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Fresh update on "antelope valley" discussed on Bill Handel
"13,000 acres in his 38% contained. The fire started 17 days ago near Azusa and spread all the way to the Antelope Valley, where several homes have been destroyed. 100% containment isn't expected until the end of next month. California's letting nail salons reopen indoors. Just like other personal care businesses, State Health and Human Services Secretary Dr Mark Galley says they've changed how they classify nail salon were able to add that to the number of sectors within the purple hero. The nail salon industry has been expressing frustration for months that hair salons were allowed to reopen sooner. Can he still have the final say about Cove in 19 restrictions within the state's framework? Orange County might move to the orange tear on Tuesday, which would boost capacity for malls, theaters, restaurants and churches. The orange dear. Let's bowling alleys and pools reopened with modifications and youth sports can start practicing again of Kobe case rates stay low till next week, Wineries will be able to open a 25% bars will be ableto open outside, supervise. Is that Lisa Bartlett says it's a big deal. Orange County would be the first county that is an urban county moving from the red here to the orange tear. However, she says, people have to continue wearing masks in social distant thing. So the county doesn't slide backwards would be devastating. To open up our economy to a much greater extent, get people back to work and then have to close that down in Orange County, Corbin Carson KO Phi News..
Firefighters Battle Dozens of Blazes in California
"Get those new numbers on the fire is as light comes up, and fire crews were able to sort of assess things. So the bobcat fire in the Angeles National Forest, the San Gabriel Hills. It's now burned more than 109,000 acres. That's up, 3000 or so overnight 17% containment. That's AH, fire officials say they have confirmed 29 structures have burned with that number, possibly growing toe 85. They say most Of the homes lost or in the foothill areas of the Antelope Valley, including Juniper Hills, pear Blossom, Guillermo and other nearby communities. L. A County supervisor Catherine Bar, Gerges, people under evacuation orders to leave for your safety and there's please continue to heed the directions. Bar first responders. The Sheriff's department is headed to are evacuating neighborhoods to make sure that everyone can leave safely and we will also be sending evacuation alerts. PIA. Your phone and evacuation center is set up at Palmdale High School. Large animals should be taken to the Antelope Valley Fairgrounds and the Palmdale Animal Care Center is housing. Small animals.
Fresh update on "antelope valley" discussed on Bill Handel
"Ginsberg lying in repose, which I've always wondered about that phrase, and I'm not gonna go into What I think it should be, because I want to keep my job here. And I know Jennifer shaking her head. In any case she is in in the Supreme Court building itself in the lobby. Her family came around. There was a little service, very small service with a female rabbi. And then on the steps Now her body will be place and people can file by the casket. And then Friday, she'll be in the U. S Capitol Rotunda and she will be buried at Arlington. I've always wondered why filing by a casket Whywould you eight hours and hours to file by a casket draped in the American flag. I mean, I can't really understand. The lying in state, etcetera, But I've just never understood. He is Justin opportunity for people to feel like they have one on one opportunity to pay respects you. I have a hard time understanding. I clearly understand what you're saying. It's like going to Lenin's tomb. In Red Square in China, not out of respect. I'm going to make that really clear, but just I want to see a dead body that's been stuffed. And you wait for hours on that one That's worthwhile. Most of us just want to pay our respects. Alright, let's move on. All right, the bobcat fire. At least they probably know why it grew so quickly. It started with a lacquer resource is this's the fire that started near Azusa and is now in the Antelope Valley. And they say that when it first started,.
Los Angeles - Exploding Bobcat Fire Continues To Take Aim At Antelope Valley, Several Homes Destroyed
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Fresh "Antelope Valley" from KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore
"The fire perimeter. They made good progress overnight. They now have 38% containment. That's up from 17% so really good progress overnight. A spokesperson for the Forest Service is one of the reasons though, that the fire burned out of control for so long was the lack of resource is for firefighters that the day it broke out. Andrew Mitchell, this is the spokesman for the Fire service says that only 100 firefighters were initially put on the lines because so many local crews were up north dealing with firefighters in the Bay Area. Says the fire, then got into the old growth forest and had not seen fire in so many years. Mitchell says the fight goes on to protect Mount Wilson have engine that already. We have aircraft ready, go and infrastructure and historic amount was observatory protected. But again, as we said they made really good progress overnight. One woman in the Antelope Valley who lost her home says she was given just a real short time to evacuate. It was like I had maybe 5 to 15 minutes, t think. What do I want to do? It was just like an out of body experience. Latest acreage on the fire is 113,000.
"antelope valley" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Handle on the bobcat fire as it consumes homes in the Antelope Valley. Details at 403 after CBS News is 3 55 traffic and weather together every 10 Minutes on the fives. Brunching by Nick Alexander. Imports. Denise Fondo, We've had a big rig Sig alert for a few hours now on the four of five in Westminster. Let's get the update from Scott. He is over the state of that wreck in the Southern California Toyota dealers Sky one still working to clear this thing stop out for five right at the 22. That's where the three right lanes are blocked this big rig. Actually, the trailer flipped over. They've got everything up right now, but there's a bunch of debris looks like a little bit of a fuel spill there have to work on And still working to clear some of this wreckage here. So that's the reason for the backup. Starting about liquid Boulevard out of Long Beach getting around. It will. Okay, Teller will definitely help you out. If you do up for Valley view, heading south bound, that is getting kind of stacked up, but you can't get on the freeway there. And if you do do that. You atleast be around the wreck itself. Things will move a lot better for you at the south. Four or five heading into Westminster, Denise. In the new hall pass on the five North bound before the 14. We've got a motorcycle crash reported, and at least one lane blocked the number two lane. We also have a wreck on the fortune Sound found before Escondido Canyon two car crash there now on the shoulder of the road. Let's go to Brian 1 70 North Hollywood Jam cast about sided with the Sherman Way. Watch out for a crash. Now everything's on that right shoulder area, but partially blocking the right lane that one cars facing the wrong way, so that will definitely catch your attention. You North bound side's going to start the load up past Sherman away as you merge with the five Denise Always gotta crash in downtown alight. This is on the 1, 10 south and add Olympic. All the cars there on the right shoulder of the road at Nick Alexander Collision Center. If your BMW are many gets into a fender bender and you want to fix right, telling your insurance company that you want your vehicle sent to the on ly BMW and many collision center in all of L. A county call 808 100, Nick. And remember, Nick can't say no next report for 05, with more traffic reports more often. And Ginny's Fonda in the S T. C c u 24 Hour Traffic Center K Next 10 70 NewsRadio As we go into the next couple days, we're gonna have that cool down for the weekend, dropping tomorrow and then dropping against Sunday And actually, as we start off next week, we will.
Fresh update on "antelope valley" discussed on KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore
"To walk around this morning attempts are going to be back into the mid eighties downtown, not anger. So actually mid eighties, maybe at the beaches later on today if we got their nineties downtown, that's possibility. Currently 64 degrees in downtown L. A. With little thought being reported this morning. 507 ad can ex proposition on the ballot coming up in California, the property tax overhaul for commercial and industrial properties. A new poll finds nearly half of the voters in California support that it's proposition. 15. What kind of undo a little bit of prop 13. This is, according to a new poll from UC Berkley showing 49% Voters are in favor of prop 15 34% against 17% undecided at this point brought 15, they say, would close the corporate loopholes separating tax rates for commercial properties. From residential ones that are limited due to Proposition 13 and all prop 50 needs to pass is a simple majority. A Forest service horseman says that the fight against the bobcat fire was hampered. During the early hours because of a lack of resources. Andrew Menschel says that only 100 firefighters were assigned to the fire when it first broke out on the six because a lot of cruise for helping talk of the forest up in northern California. So he tells connects that it's hope that they might find again. Some handle on this fire that has now burn 112,000 acres. Maybe they get some of it over the next few days early on that first week and a half we We had a fight fire on its terms, but It looks like you may be next days. We are turning tables already Fighting Archer, A number of homes destroyed by that far in the Antelope Valley. This woman says she escapes took out her family pictures. I've lost everything. Except.
"antelope valley" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"KO Phi News from the Fire in the San Gabriel has burned more than 55,000 acres in advance toward the high desert. A mandatory evacuation order is out for part of the southeastern Antelope Valley. Angeles National Forest chief Robert Garcia says firefighters are looking for ways to stop the fire from getting to the desert floor. If the weather stays where it is our some opportunities to keep that on the flanks. Keep that fire narrow. And then wait for the opportunity to pick up the head of the fire when it gets to a more advantageous location, Whether it's a ridge or just someplace we have access into it. Mount Wilson remains under threat Has flames advance from the north side of the historic observatory. The L. A County Sheriff's department has released details on the faith. Old deputy involved shooting of a man in south L. A captain Ken Wagner says Dijon kiss. He had been writing his bike on the wrong side of the street. And when deputies tried to stop Kizzie, he ran away. When deputies caught up to him, Wagner says Kiss He got into a fight with deputies and dropped a loaded nine millimeter Ruger handgun, and he picked it up and ended it deputy. Each deputy fired ATT kizzie, striking him several times in the torso, causing the gun to again fall to the ground because he fell to the ground and a combined total of 19 rounds were fired. Wagner says kiss He had recently been convicted of a felony and was not allowed to have a weapon. Wagner says the gun had been stolen in Las Vegas at Sheriff's headquarters. Steve Gregory can find news actress Lori Laughlin will be doing her prison time and Victor Ville. She got sentenced last month, two months for her role in the college admission scandal. Auckland's husband, clothing designer Massimo generally got five months He's going to do his time in long poke, both of them have to start serving their sentence. By November. 19th and nearly four dozen people in Beverly Hills have been arrested for unemployment fraud, Police say most of the 44 people are from other states. Investigators say the people use stolen identities to get DDD benefits on debit cards, which police say can be as high as 20 grand. He said they found 129 fraudulent Eddie D cards worth over 2.5 million. They also found seven handguns and $289,000 cash. Localweather from Ko Phi, still smoky but a little cooler eyes in the seventies along the coast, mid eighties toe 100 in the valleys and inland empire right now, Sherman Oaks reporting 72 degrees. It's 66, Downey, 69, Maria and 69 degrees in the city of Irvine. We lead local From K F Eyes. 24 hour news room. I'm Bill Seward. Take.
Fresh update on "antelope valley" discussed on Tim Conway Jr.
"Here's the latest on the fire is burning in California and the West. I'm Steve Gregory, keeping an eye on that fire near you. Kipper, where one firefighter has been killed. Crews have managed to surround 60% of the fire, where more than 10 homes and buildings have been destroyed. A fire that started your Azusa and spread all the way to the Antelope Valley Valley has grown to more than 112,000 Acres. Containment is up to 17% evacuation updates could be found on the Angeles National Forest. Twitter page and evacuation zones are mapped out at l a county dot Gove slash emergency. And since last month, California wildfires have killed 26 people and destroyed more than 6400 buildings. I'll check in on the 60 next. Well, let's talk about score, Master right. The average American can raise their credit score by 97 points, but they have no idea how to do it. Well, I do score, master, I'm laying it on you. So now it's your job to get over there. Score, Master. Let's say you're going to buy a car right? And your credit scores 506 100 somewhere around. They're not knocking it out. But not deadbeat, Either you're in between Well, if you didn't go to score master first You didn't raise your credit score about 61 points like the average listener, then guess what. That move could cost you six. I'm sorry. $9000.9 grand if you could buy a house Same circumstances. 500 to 600 credit score. You didn't go to score Master first you didn't get the extra 61 points that could have cost you $100,000. Now we're talking really life changing money. You've got to try to make us much money and keep his much money in your family as you can. So please go to score. Master dot com slash him. Sign up, Raise your credit score before you buy anything. Score. Master.
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 County Antelope Valley Evacuation Warnings Issued As Bobcat Fire Still Burns Out-Of-Control
"Wildfires have claimed more than two dozen lives, including 15 lives lost to the north, complex fire northeast of San Francisco. One express Our deepest condolences to the families that that have have lost lost loved loved ones. ones. On On to to heroism heroism of of our our first first responders responders that that have have been been out out there there doing doing their their best best to to support support evacuation evacuation effort. effort. California Governor Gavin Newsom the bobcat fire in Los Angeles County, prompting evacuation warnings for some residents of the Antelope Valley.
Locals Trying To Escape Extreme Heat, Prep For More Rolling Power Outages in Los Angeles
"Else, it's the weather Southern California weather in a word is hot, Strong Ridge of high pressure is going to result in some more hot weather and also an elevated fire risk heading towards the start of next week. There's a heat advisory up until nine PM Sunday for the Los Angeles County Coast. With highest highest between between between 90 90 90 and and and 100 100 100 for for for the the the Los Los Los Angeles Angeles Angeles County County County valleys valleys valleys and and and also also also for for for the the the San San San Fernando Fernando Fernando in in in Santa Santa Santa Clarita Clarita Clarita and and and San San San Gabriel Gabriel Gabriel valleys valleys valleys and and and excessive excessive excessive he he he warning warning warning until 9 p.m. Wednesday with highs between 101 110 the next several days and for the Antelope Valley. There's an excessive heat warning until 9 p.m. On Thursday. High temperatures across the Antelope Valley make it as high as 111 degrees. I'm meteorologist Jeff Marquet. Next in 70 news ready and we may hit 111 in the San Fernando or San Gabriel Valley is well, let's see. Right now. We have 111 degrees in San Bernardino in Chatsworth. It is 107 degrees and let's see her Pasadena. 106 degrees. Not exactly walking. Whether is it 4 31 No Flex alert has been called for today, but it's still a possibility. It's one step before a power emergency. That's what we we saw saw Friday Friday with with rolling rolling blackouts. blackouts. The The power power grid grid just just couldn't couldn't take take it. it. California's California's independent independent systems systems operator operator will will make make the the call. call. If If we we have have another another alert alert or or emergency. emergency. Today, Today, they'll go ahead and take a look at supply and demand. You know that that is always a possibility. In terms of you know, they see an issue with the overall grid. Southern California Edison spokesman Robert Vega's is urging people Shut off extra lights and not use heavy appliances during the hottest part of the day, and that can help ease the potential for any sort of equipment issued due to the heat into the tremendous demand that's on the system, so conservation on the part of customers is something that can help us prevent some outages at the local level, he says. People won't automatically be notified if their area is going to be in a rolling blackout, But people can't sign up for notifications. Emily Valdas can extend
Deadly Rabbit Virus Spreads to Los Angeles County
"Another virus is taking its toll. A deadly virus targeting domestic and wild rabbits has been detected in Little Rock in the Antelope Valley and Juniper Hills in the San Gabriel Mountains. The county Department of Public Health says Rabbit hemorrhagic disease is not related to the Novell Corona virus and does not affect humans or domestic animals other than rabbits. Disease was detected in Palm Springs in May later spreading to San Bernadino Orange in San Diego County's a vaccine has been developed. Domestic rabbit owners are encouraged to contact the veterinarian. For more
"antelope valley" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Brushfire in the northwest Antelope Valley. The ridge fire has burned about 300 acres. But the Lake County Department of Fire says crews have stopped its forward. Spread one home south of Highway 1 38 has been evacuated. There's no word yet on what sparked the fire. 9 35 Coming up in four minutes here on K Attacks. Congress has a final farewell. The John Lewis right now is your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the fives, and here's Tim Greenwood. On the 10 eastbound at the 1 10 north transition. That road is still blocked with a stalled car and that entire curb transition road is backed up around the curve. Almost all the way to Hoover five South founded also Parkway car blocking the off ramp, and the five South bound is backed up to La Paz Road, a little more slowing as you approach. The 70 for that crash has cleared and that backup will dissipate here pretty quick for a five south, and it's Lawson stalled small SUV on that off ramp. Injury crash on the five South Founded Disneyland Drive off ramp. CHP is on the way five North found a Crown Valley Parkway. Two car crash, They'll be running a traffic break it Crown Valley there in Mission. The five South founded Ortega Highway. Two cars with flat tires there at San Juan Capistrano. Sig Alert. Highway 1 38 A Quail lake. The 1 38 is closed from Gorman. Post Road 2 300 Street. As they work to clear that fire. They've been added about six hours. Westbound is jammed back to 202 180th Street. They're approaching the fire. There's no way through. You just have to turn around and go back. Montecito Heights two of three lanes blocked from Avenue 43 to the York Pasadena. Exit for road work there till morning. Next traffic report 9 45 I'm Tim Green Wood with more traffic reports more often can extend 70 NewsRadio afternoon temperatures warming gradually through the next several days, and by the end of the week money, Bailey Locations will be back into the triple digits overnight morning. Low clouds and fog remaining closer to the coast each.
Judge Expected To Dismiss Charges Against Los angeles County Social Workers In Death Of Gabriel Fernandez
"In L. A judge expected to to spend some charges today against four social workers charged in connection with the death of an eight year old Antelope Valley boy. That was Gabriel Fernando's tortured to death by his mother and her boyfriend. And the prosecutors felt that the social workers should have Dunmore to protect the child. Let's find out more as we go downtown l A. And here is our John Baird. The two former L A County social workers and their supervisors had been accused of child abuse and falsifying records stemming from the Gabriel Fernandez case and autopsy found the young boy had a fractured skull. Several broken ribs and burns over a bunch of his body and the boy's teacher testified the Gabriel had told her that his mom punched him and shot him in the face with a BB gun. The social workers were charged because the D A's office felt they failed to intervene and protect him. But a state appeals court panel ruled that the judge should have granted a defense motion to dismiss the case against the four and prosecutors decided not to take the case to the California Supreme Court. That's why the charges are expected to be dismissed today. The boy's mother is serving life without parole. Her boyfriend was sentenced to
Los Angeles - Man, woman turn themselves in after 80-year-old assaulted, robbed at California grocery store
"And a man and a woman accused of robbing and brutally beating an elderly Antelope Valley men are now Find bars. The Los Angeles County sheriff's Department says 22 year old Damaris Wade and 33 year old to make a white turned themselves in at the Lancaster Sheriff Station last night.
Hanging death of Black man in California ruled a suicide by police after investigation
"Has confirmed suicide was the cause of death of a black man found hanging from a tree in Palmdale last month. The body of 24 year old Robert Ford was found early on June 10th in a park near City Hall in in the city Deputies say they found no evidence of a crime in autopsy conducted the next day produced an initial finding. They say off suicide that outrage Fuller's family who said he wouldn't have taken his own life, The department also referenced prior mental health treatment as evidence Fuller thought about taking his own life. I said Fuller bought rope a month before his death, and that that was similar to rope found at the scene. Officials said they did not pursue any investigation into well documented white supremacist activities in the Antelope Valley. Sure if Alex Beeen a waiver said those ideas were being pushed by people with an agenda. The California Department of Justice has released a
Death of Black man found hanging from tree ruled a suicide
"Black man found hanging from a tree in Palmdale has officially been ruled a suicide by the L. A County Sheriff Department commander Chris Marks said There were no signs of a struggle and the Fuller could've easily climbed the tree himself. Department also referenced prior mental health treatment as evidence that Fuller thought about taking his own life. Mark said Fuller bought robe a month before he died, and that it was similar to rope found at the scene. Officials say they did not pursue any investigation into well documented white supremacist activities in the Antelope Valley. Sheriff Alex Villanueva said those ideas were being pushed by people with an agenda is a very small
"antelope valley" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"A pickup truck and a trailer it was pulling all flipped over in the left most lane right now the extravagant port at three fifteen I'm Tim green wood with more traffic reports more often can extend seventy newsradio it is a sunny and warm southern California Saturday but things going to cool off starting as early as tomorrow and then they will stay cool for a while eighties inland upper eighties in the valleys nineties in the I eat today with gusty winds in the antelope valley that means a a wind advisory is in effect there too tomorrow through tomorrow morning it is seventy five seventy degrees in downtown LA also seventy five degrees and sunny in Santa Ana at this hour and in that buys it's eighty six degrees at three oh seven Disneyland employees stage a driving protest around the park dozens of Disney cast members and union reps drove laps around the Magic Kingdom in Anaheim in a slow moving caravan parade they don't think the happiest place on earth is the safest place to work when it re opens for one reason they have not said anything about implementing testing and this is why we're we're protesting today we wanted to be a state that's possible folks want testing routine testing to ensure that they're not contracting the virus in bringing home to their kids Disney had planned to reopen on July seventeenth but that's been postponed indefinitely over covert nineteen safety concerns thirty one thousand people work at Disneyland in Anaheim Emily Valdez can extend seventy newsradio Michael Lyster is the chief spokesman for the city of Anaheim and he says there is a way Disneyland can safely were you open and still protect its workers we think.
Investigation continues into hanging death of Robert Fuller in Palmdale, Los Angeles County
"Sheriff's sheriff's officials officials reveal reveal new new details details about about their their investigation investigation into into the the hanging hanging death death of of a a young young black black man man in in Palmdale Palmdale information information came came out out during during a a share share of of the the virtual virtual town town hall hall meeting meeting for for residents residents of of the the antelope antelope valley valley people people call call them them with with question question after after question about why deputies quickly ruled the death of Robert fuller an apparent suicide he was found hanging from a tree near Palmdale city hall last Wednesday we never indicated that we thought that there was a chair or anything in which the victim stood upon prior to the hanging we have we believe that quite frankly that the it was accessed from the branch above which is quite sturdy if you if you're looking at the the proper tree it's quite sturdy service captain Ken Wagner although there are no videos in the park itself we are looking at the exterior sides of the park to see if we can find the victim traversing the area either by himself or with someone else the Attorney General says his office will also be investigating fuller's death
"antelope valley" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Virtual town hall for the antelope valley where the sheriff and other high ranking officials answer questions from the public but most of the two hour session was about the death of Robert fuller this government building there's no cameras and that right there I had to be a blind spot he knew about many question the lack of video in a park next to city hall where fuller was found hanging from the tree here's captain Kent Wagner I can't answer as to why there aren't videos in the park I can just tell you there are two videos in the park and they don't cover any part of that park why the city doesn't have video I don't know my job is to establish whether or not there is video and whether we can use it in our investigation and I'm just telling you there is no video the California department of justice announced today they are sending investigators to Palmdale to examine fuller's death Emily Valdez can extend seventy newsradio donation controversy bring up the question what really is black lives matter ever since the death of George Floyd millions of dollars have reportedly been donated to the black lives matter foundation but when I build a co founder of black lives matter Los Angeles tells can exit that organization has nothing to do with hers quite the contrary the foundation says it wants to bring the community and police together which runs counter to what her movement has been seeking I think most people know that the Clarion call of this era is defined the police and reimagine public safety and so look for those things under the Santa Clarita based organization in question are ray Barnes counters that Adele this organization should not have a monopoly over the black lives matter name if you go out in March now you think that everybody on the court has raised a black lives matter signs has anything to do with black lives matter it was a movement that was born out of the community naturally then people formed an organization Barnes tells us his organization was founded years before the current unrest and that he's only pocketed about a thousand Bucks and returns any donation that is not specifically addressed to his outfit brain paying K. and extend seventy newsradio Torrance police are following up tips to try to find a woman whose verbal racist attacks on Asian people in a park have gone viral attempts to find her though have been concentrated in the South Bay efforts to try to find a home for Lina Hernandez of reach dead ends in the South Bay and Long Beach sergeant Alex Martinez reports police says as reports of sightings coming on social media officers are giving extra attention to some areas we're having extra patrols are some of the parks all of our officers have been notified hello Ross stores are aware so they have been monitoring the parks they are looking for her vehicle and we are still just following up on a lot of the tips where she might hang out Fernandez's found torn city prosecutors still have to make a decision a potentially filing three charges against her one for battery in relations to a incident of the billable mall or to others for making criminal threats against people in area parks over the last several weeks P. Dimitry okay and extend seventy newsradio looking at the trouble spots at six fifteen including that sig alert on the ninety one in Sir Rideau's that's causing.
Los Angeles County Locals Make Up Bulk of Looting Arrests
"It is Hey so what what's going on over there what's the word on the street I know that you've been extremely busy and and by the way the work you're doing like collecting the information and not necessarily concentrating on on exactly what's going on the street but why it's going on you've been terrific on this body unbelievable thanks so much yet one of the things that we've been trying to figure out over the last few days is where is all the trouble coming from because clearly the bulk of the people who have been hitting the streets with the signs with the demonstrations with the protest had nothing to do with the mess that we've seen over a few nights over the weekend I mean the worst of it seem to be Saturday night in the LA's Fairfax district and then there was something of a repeat performance in Santa Monica and we saw some of it to go down to Long Beach and certainly some in the San Fernando Valley although it seems like and check me on this if I'm wrong but it seems like over the last couple of days the volume has been turned down on the unrest and and the looting and the arson right it seems much smaller and not quite as many people involved so we've been trying to find out who are the people that are responsible for the trouble and in some other cities not here in southern California but in the Midwest in back east there was word spreading that there were groups of outside agitators I think is the right buzz word who are coming into town and causing all the trouble we want to find out if that was happening here so we got hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of booking records from arrests that were made beginning last Thursday all the way through yesterday at midnight and lo and behold the people who've been locked up on the most serious charges not the people who get arrested for sitting in the street and volunteering to be arrested as an act of civil disobedience rather the people who are out to do harm allegedly and have been nabbed by police in the active perhaps looting or vandalism or arson who are they they're all from southern California for the most part they all have LA county addresses there are a few flyers from Fontana and maybe some from the antelope valley but for the most part from the corner of southern California we found I think five or six people who were from out of state I want one from Michigan and one from New York one from Chicago but it you know LA is a town that's full of people from out of town so it's hard to tell if those are folks who came in to LA to cause trouble or they just happen to be wrapped up in this so as a non it's not mostly outside agitators then you're saying it's mostly southern Californians granted we don't know who everybody is this out on the street but all of this small slice of the people who were arrested on the most serious charges felonies here not good no not little stuff they're predominantly from southern California and for one reason or another most of them are already out of jail in fact most of them were out of jail within twelve hours of being arrested we've been looking into that as well hi you have the number of people being rearrested none that's that's one of the other interesting things that as we look through the records beginning Thursday night again through midnight last night we got all the names we put the names in a huge spreadsheet and alphabetize them looking for repeat offenders and at least as far as the felony cases go we didn't see any wow granted that's a again a small fraction of the people that were involved because not everybody that was out looting in doing terrible things got arrested it's only a fraction of them they did on top of that it's a a fraction of all of the people who got locked up the numbers were hearing pretty staggering between Thursday and today it is well over two thousand people that have been through the booking process most of them again on those low level charges for violating the curfew order or failing to disperse when police declare a particular demonstration and unlawful gathering that's going to be the hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of those hundreds there's you know maybe a few hundred that were booked on suspicion of felonies so that's the group that we're looking at and then trying to extract out some information that tells us more about what the heck's
"antelope valley" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"The antelope valley's Coachella area off to the east everybody else we'll see around seventy to seventy three at the beaches downtown mid to upper eighties and then inland areas close to one hundred for the warm spots was southern California's most accurate and dependable forecast I'm CBS twos Garth cap can extend seventy news radio nearly a dozen more riverside county residents have died from covert nineteen county officials announced today the death toll has surpassed the three hundred mark this as more businesses in that county are set to re open you'll join other counties that have gotten the green light from the state to reopen barber shops and hair salons and the like but riverside university health system's Jose our bio said not all services will be available someone is allowing our haircuts coloring weaves not allowed is you got high brow waxing facials and threading one whatever that is that something I guess you do with your eyebrows but and that is not allowed I guess basically anything where you have to remove the mask or touch the customer space as well also today mall giant Simon property Israel but nine of its southern California retail centers including desert hills premium outlets in Cabazon San Diego county is moving to a lot of places of worship to open back up with restrictions the new rules say that houses of worship must limited tendency to twenty five percent of the building's capacity supervisor Greg **** is also asking religious organizations to limit the number of people singing in one space we know that practicing and sharing your faith is important but we want to make sure we keep everyone safe throughout the nation there have been reports of services were held without precautions and without following safety guidelines in those services led to the spread of the virus we don't want that to happen here in San Diego the guidelines also recommend to avoiding things like passing around offering plates ensuring religious items like holy books rugs and cushions the new guidelines are going to affect at midnight after twenty one days the county government will reassess many people may feel it's inconvenient that I like at a beach parking lots are close but some beach city residents hope that we'll keep bigger crowds away temperatures might be nearing triple digits and limbs but at Manhattan Beach today it's all may gray this is a protected marine layer that only little coastal cities have you go three miles inland it's painful Jeremy Horton knows all about that he works in Northridge so we'll have to deal with the heat later on it's a blessing to be able to come down to the beach and ex skipper for a while but other people coming here to escape.
"antelope valley" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Online at major surplus dot com major surplus dot com your export coming up at nine fifty five I'm too big with more traffic reports were often Kate extensively E. news radio sunshine warm temperatures coming away particularly a live by the beach is little bit overcast that sticks tied on the coast of the beaches will only be around seventy degrees downtown mid to upper eighties inland will call a mid to upper nineties excessive heat warnings in effect for the antelope valley the desert's very hot a hundred ten palm springs one of three to one oh four up in the high desert's was southern California's most accurate and dependable forecast I'm CBS twos Garth camp can extend seventy newsradio Long Beach right now sixty eight degrees Leo Correa checking in at sixty degrees and in Burbank at seventy eight a new potentially controversial deadline faces Los Angeles city and county leaders it's about how to remove numerous tent cities tents housing the homeless in and around Los Angeles freeways under freeway bridges must be removed by September first that is the new deadline from a federal judge to both Los Angeles city and county people and can't meant camping under over three ways and on that brand they need to be cleared out one appropriate helping it bailable attorney Elizabeth Mitchell tells connects the both sides city county have had trouble figuring out exactly who will pay for what and where exactly people will go he will come back especially with the plan of how they're going to do that both sides can comply with the judge's order and there's always the option one or both sides could appeal Craig figure can extend seventy newsradio a California community is on edge after racist letters targeting Asian Americans were found in a residential neighborhood police say offensive.
High Temperatures Prompt Heat Warnings Through Los Angeles' Antelope Valley Starting Tuesday
"Sunshine warm temperatures coming away particularly a live by the beach is little bit overcast that sticks tied on the coast of the beaches will only be around seventy degrees downtown mid to upper eighties inland will call a mid to upper nineties excessive heat warnings in effect for the antelope valley the desert's very hot a hundred ten palm springs one of three to one oh four up in the
California holds special election during pandemic to fill Katie Hill's seat
"Pose a bit open for about an hour and a half and that to a special election for the congressional seat vacated by a Democrat Katie hill she resigned most of the voting has been by mail and in Santa Clarita Simi Valley in the antelope valley but nine in person voting centers are open today will be until eight o'clock tonight political analyst check pending at Claremont McKenna college telling can access Republicans hope to win back that say they lost a couple of years ago during the blue wave three has psychological import if not numerical import it's not really going to change the outcome of votes in the house of representatives but it will get bragging rights to the side that prevails if Democrats win they'll say it's a portent of victory in November if Republicans win they'll say this is a sign that trump and the Republicans are much stronger than the polls are giving him credit for the Republican candidate this former navy fighter pilot Mike Garcia the Democrat state lawmaker Christy Smith could take a while to find out who won because of all those mail in ballots in the time it would take to
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti implements new policies in response to coronavirus concerns
"Changes are being made in the city and county of LA in response to the corona virus we have an in depth team coverage let's go live now to downtown LA and can extend seventies Margaret Carrero Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti has directed a number of limitations to city activity including postponing or canceling all nonessential public events on city property with fifty or more people and putting a stop to all nonessential travel by city employees domestic and foreign he said there also closing down city hall to all non city employees will make sure that there are plans for folks to be able to testify at any commissions that we have in the city council of course we'll take that for these are common sense measures to make sure that this critical period we do everything that we can LA county supervisor Kathryn Barger says they're canceling next week's board of supervisors meeting and looking to reschedule county events such as the LA county air show in the antelope valley I want to reiterate that these are actions are not intended to create panic or fear rather this is about mitigation and containment Garcetti said they're also insuring that hand washing and sanitizing stations are available in public properties
"antelope valley" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Talk radio seven ninety KABC one of the people who lost on super Tuesday was Jake younger who is from the young Turks who ran for Congress in the old Katy hill's seat out the antelope valley he was trying to throw up all what well he was trying to run for the frontal C. O. yes yes yes yes yes he's not doing a troubling young Turks no we want to clear that up that's the last rumor we need to start but Jack ran for Congress dot because so many people watch him on YouTube that he had a shot and I think he got five percent of the vote and he didn't take it very well areas on election night a week ago I would have told you I did tell you super Tuesday I think we got this remember John about was firming cream I think it might be over on super Tuesday so I'm not saying this for on behalf of TI what you're anything like that we thought it was almost over Bernie was going to win now it's not over now we're in a time and now we got absolute drinkin warfare against establishment but we didn't start the war they lied about it again we didn't start the war they started the war I think a lot about Bertie says for god sake on Castro I can give you a thousand examples Bernie Sanders said the same exact thing is Obama everyone on TV as well I like all my god what outrageous thing Bernie Sanders said Obama's of the saving don't get shut up don't cover don't don't cover the same thing Fidel Castro same exact thing I would tell the truth tell the truth if you're not gonna do we're gonna do it okay and so you want to go to war we'll go to war and that is what this is people pay money to watch that if you're gonna get carpal tunnel belief in him and believe in John McAfee away I don't even not one I don't know where you found that we'll get to that later I was up looking at Twitter pretty late at night let's go ahead and listen and yank younger on Joe Biden we cannot let buying when guys not chill some progress is first established in this is so important I need you to understand this hi this is not gonna be trump Wyden is either near senile or actually see not watch any of the tapes he's right on that one he's going to get caught he's okay the media is covering for him but they're not gonna be able to cover what the Republicans go for it one comes for him he's not gonna be trump this weekend it is less likely to be trouble anyway we just had twenty sixteen you would get me closer to like trump and now here we go is that we should give me that is for worse with mental but his mental faculties under question his record worse than Hillary Clinton's he lives a thousand times more than Hillary Clinton did right and you're going to run that guy because trump and rules of Tropicana maybe lose our democracy hell no hell no nope Bernie Sanders is going to win this race and I'm tell you right now it is not just hate we let's go fight it's also prediction by you is not capable of winning this and I'm we're not doing a brokered convention where they give it to someone who didn't get less votes not going to happen Bernie Sanders is going to be the nominee I'm telling you right now he may be pretty angry but he's not a hundred percent wrong Bernie Sanders at this point is no longer the front runner for the democratic nomination vines leading in the popular vote and leading handily and the delegates that's right and and it's funny at this point in the race Bernie actually has less delegates than he did when he was just running against Hillary in twenty sixteen that being said Joe Biden does have a million and one problems instability is one of them your line doctors forty so if let's take a look at all the latest headlines.
"antelope valley" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"The mountain passes foothills antelope valley anywhere you want to go you're going to see the rain gonna see the win and then in Anaheim on the five south of the magnolia Avenue offramp look out for a pick up truck that's countdown in on the right shoulder near the offramp and saw something that though well I sure hope it's doesn't gets any worse than it already is this is in the Inland Empire Ann Coulter the Rancho Avenue offramp at the ten there are some trees and shrubs shrubs on fire in that area and boy we know how that can be in that area so let's hope that things aren't too bad now let's go to a collision this is still working in mission hills on the one eighteen west of the four or five a car slammed into some metal debris and of the cars over the right shoulder now which is good news at the end of Norwalk surrealist one oh five east to the six oh five north connector is a car out of gas in the this is on the transition road and in modesty to heights on the one ten between the five an Avenue twenty six there's a fire that's already been stomped out by LA county fire Ellie fire so that's good news Sigler still working in port Aransas been extended until for the two right lanes are blocked on the eastbound are checked out west bound side of the one eighteen after receipt of Boulevard this is for tree down in the slow lane that supports coming up at three OO five I'm least hours for traffic reports were often can extend seventy newsradio ten during these overnight hours northwest winds twenty to thirty miles an hour gusts up to forty five wins strongest below passes and Candice to Malibu to the Hollywood Hills fifty two right.
1 dead after 'home-built' aircraft crashes near freeway in California
"Thirty of the pilot was killed when a small home built plane crashed in Santa Clarita this morning LA county sheriff's deputy James the guy tells can exclude it happened just after ten o'clock near the north bound antelope valley freeway at new all avenues sheriff's deputies alongside firefighters from the Los Angeles county fire department located the smaller craft engulfed in flames and extinguish the fire the talk and all the aircraft was pronounced dead at the scene no one else was on board the FAA says the aircraft was a home built T. one funder Mustang the plane departed from them nice airport no destination has been
Pilot killed when small, homebuilt plane crashes off the 14 Freeway in Santa Clarita
"Airplane airplane crashed crashed today today near near the the north north bound bound antelope antelope valley valley freeway freeway at at new new hall hall Avenue Avenue in in Santa Santa Clarita Clarita pilot pilot was was killed killed in in that that crash crash he he was was the the only only person person aboard aboard LA LA county county fire fire department department spokesman spokesman John John Ferguson Ferguson says says the the nine nine one one call about the crash came in just after ten o'clock in the morning we ate units on scene several minutes later reporting a small commuter plane crash well involved with fire you know unfortunately someone lost their lives in this incident so that's always a sad sad deal the plane crashed about five miles north of van Nuys airport it was described as a home built TM one funder Mustang it was completely destroyed witnesses reported seeing plumes of smoke in the
"antelope valley" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"To get around this just know you're gonna have to go to the west not to the east normally we would recommend the fourteen to fifty eight but it's extremely dangerous driving through the antelope valley right now with all the snow on the ice on the road with lots of crashes and then you get to the fifty eight of the fifty eight is closed as we've been telling about people been stuck on that roadway for more than twelve hours at some point you're gonna have to use the central coast and the one on one and already starting to see some delays develop yesterday was the epic delay of more than five or six hours worth of lace trying to get the central coast it's already started a jam from a locking shoot up there Carpinteria so best to hit the road now than you could take that up to highway one sixty six of the forty six to double back towards the five rob back to you the strong winter storm that pummeled us over the last two days doesn't happen every year no it's not entirely unheard of so much of the white stuff fell three feet in twenty four hours a mountain high ski area in right would closed it will re open today or multiple inches of snow in the desert Flores meteorologist Andrew work at the National Weather Service knock star tells get X. this was a different system getting snow in the foothills of antelope valley one two year vet getting so on the valley floor getting lots of long the best once every ten years maybe a little longer than that is it's it's it's a very noticeable event races now of Palmdale that that's they are best doesn't happen every year in fact is probably once a decade events so just getting that decades works out here before heading to the new one is still too early to tell of all of the early season rain is an omen of a wet winter to come he says weather patterns could still turn dry hi in the new year an intense fire early this morning at apartment complex in Hemet has left father and two of his kids dad an eight year old boy was rescued from that apartment was airlifted to UC Irvine Medical Center Hammond city fire chief Scott brown tells get if they don't have a cause right now what we're doing is working in support of the corner too I remove the finality one from the dwelling that's the priority right now as soon as that situation was handled then we'll be moving into the more detailed investigation but at this time to preliminary reports say the father died trying to get his children out of the burning unit Gibran's has at least twenty people were forced out of their apartments from the fire and spent the early morning hours outside in thirty degree temperatures firefighters say they don't believe the building is a complete loss but it did suffer significant damages it's going to be up to the LA county coroner's office to try to figure out exactly why a young girl suffered a heart attack on.
"antelope valley" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"To the five from the antelope valley next report coming up at three forty five I'm Jeff things with more traffic reports more often can extend seventy newsradio so we're looking at about a week of a temperatures being slightly above average thankfully the winds have died down so we you know much less concerned for firefighters to distill trying to control those fires at a all over southern California patchy low clouds and some fog along the beaches this morning already heard Jeff talking about the fog that's out there highs from the low to mid seventies to the beaches around eighty degrees in on Sunday night will be mostly clear but we will get fog after midnight Chile they'll look for lows in the upper forties to the mid fifties for Monday morning clouds and then sunshine high should be from again the upper sixties to the mid seventies of the water upper seventies inland Monday night lows in the low to mid fifties and Tuesday it looks exactly like today right now we've got fifty six degrees of the alley Civic Center of fifty degrees in Chatsworth at three thirty seven light rail service between downtown Los Angeles and downtown Long Beach re opened today with a new name the former blue line now called the airline LA metro hosted three celebrations to mark the completion of a renovation project that it interrupted service for eight months passengers can write the a line for free for the next three days it's three thirty seven bond dole put them together and safe when you bundle United healthcare's medical plan with plans like dental and vision you may save on health costs that's the power of the bundle learn more at U. H. C. dot com slash save a bundle.
"antelope valley" Discussed on KCRW
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"antelope valley" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"The roads in the antelope valley tonight firefighters are sniffing for trouble. Because there's a problem with the nine one one system, and they don't think they're getting all the calls that people are making county. Fires Tony and Brenda tells KNX they notice the problem around three o'clock. My understanding is a there is a partial capability at this time. There's technicians working to restore the system. They're expecting that to happen within the next couple of hours. Probably by around eleven o'clock. The county sheriff's department tells KNX it's not having a problem getting it's nine one one calls people that Orange County can now reach out to police and fire agencies for help by texting nine one one on their mobile phones. This could potentially affect hundreds of thousands of people the technology Mary texting from cell so nine one one dispatchers came about through a state grant and Orange County. Sheriff Don barn says it provides another way for those with hearing your speech impairment or even ordinary people to get emergency helper. Always hoping that those who need help rely on the voice system I and as necessary default to text time what nine one one, and obviously those who are hearing impaired or speech impaired will be able to use this technology in ways, they would never have made available to them prior Barnes and police and fire chiefs thirty four cities in Orange County expected exponential rise in the use of texts nine. One one is trans of shown texting is becoming a dominant part of communication with cellphones. By all users in Santa Ana Pete Demetrio, KNX ten seventy NewsRadio concerns about flea-born typhus have one LA leader asking how much it would cost to rip out all the carpeting at city hall. That's the president her blessing. How the carpeting and his office remove weeks ago. He says he was worried the vermin problem might go beyond his office. But did not get word until about a week ago that someone in the city attorney's office had contracted typhus after possibly being bitten by a flea while at work western has just introduced a motion asking for a report on the extent of the vermin and pest control issues and the Civic Center area, and he wants an estimate on the cost of replacing all the carpet, sin city hall and city hall, east with alternative flooring. We have responsibility to protect all of the staff and all of the visitors. It's been months since a flea-born typhus outbreak was declared in LA county. Several people have been hospitalized. More than one hundred cases have been reported to county public health officials, including nearly twenty in downtown LA, prompting the city. To boost cleanup efforts trashes the big concern since.
"antelope valley" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Agency. I in antelope valley has committed to going all zero emission about two years ago. They will have a complete zero emission fleet. Probably by the middle of next year that agency antelope valley transit in addition it edition to being cleaner, the electric buses also will be quieter. Six twenty. We check your money. Here's Lisa parental PG. He wants California to approve a customer rate hike to pay for improving the powered read the state's largest utility warned that it's weakened credit makes it hard to raise money as it proposes to stay regulators nine point six billion dollars in grid. Investments in twenty twenty PG said more than half of its proposed increase would go toward wildfire prevention and other safety enhancements David Letterman fans will get to keep watching new shows on Netflix reports say Netflix has picked up my next guest needs no introduction for a second season. Six more episodes are coming next year. Analysts say it's old news and the company says it's one one-sided false and inflammatory. But a Reuters report that Johnson and Johnson new for years that some of its baby powder had his specis in it hit J and J stock hard in the stock tumbled. Ten percent. Lots of red ink on Wall Street. The Dow lost four hundred ninety seven points. Nasdaq down one hundred sixty losses of two percent or more across the board. Check your money at twenty and fifty after each hour. I'm Bloomberg's Alisa Parenti KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio Snoopy moving his doghouse to apple that story in ninety seconds. It's six twenty one. We're not.
"antelope valley" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Tomorrow morning. We'd see the winds spike, and they should continue pre strong into Tuesday after that it looks as though they will still be an offshore that that is to say the flow pattern is going to continue offshore. But the winds won't get the upper level support that they'll have Sunday through Tuesday. So the winds won't be as strong Tuesday into Thursday. Even though the wind flow pattern if you will the. Airflow pattern will continue offshore. So the Santa Ana winds will be tomorrow morning through Tuesday. And then while the flow pattern continues offshore. It's another way you're not gonna get a seabreeze or something and you won't have the strong, violent winds. Speeding these fires after Tuesday. We also talked yesterday about the temperature. I mean, I know that it's not as much a factor as the wind necessarily, but it is at least some relief that overnight the temperatures are going to get down into the fifties. And a lot of these places and you're right. You know this summer when we dealt with fires. It was a huge element that these firefighters who are loaded down in every way had to deal with triple digit temperatures. And of course, that's just not the case here. The temperatures are are moderate and and cold is very cold overnight in the wind protected areas, the antelope valley, and they've had that freeze freezing temperatures in those regions that just gives you a sense of all the cold air that will continue to pour into the state. This is not a one of those. Santa Ana vents where he really pumps up the temperature in a big way. And as you say the temperatures are fairly moderate through this whole thing. I think a bigger factor. Probably is that you I mean, you just show dry. And as you've mentioned the fuel is so dry, and there's so much of it. So when you when you look at the wind patterns, and you look at the availability.
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"One hundred percent hands down when the landslide. So she's helping as a big turnout, so far what are you seeing in terms of voter enthusiasm? They're very, you know, when you go to your campaign office, it is very very high. There are a lot of people who drive in from outside of that particular area. They're coming in from kind of more urban, Los Angeles to volunteer and the enthusiasm is off the charts. The thing is though will the enthusiasm of the volunteers translate into enthusiasm among among the voters again, particularly among these voters that that she's trying to target hill. These are African Americans and Latinos, particularly Latinos, which is a growing part of the electorate there, we're we're shifting out from from the antelope valley part of the LA county area back down to the OC in Costa Mesa. This is where Dana Rohrabacher is trying to hold onto his seat against democrat Harley Rueda Rohrabacher. There was a pretty contentious interview that you had last week that we aired on KCRW, which by the way, you can find on KCRW dot com slash elections. Rohrabacher actually called you. An enemy of the people. He did right to my face about three inches. One face to another enemy of the people and said, basically, he doesn't tr- trust. You know, it entire media organizations to cover his race fairly now part of that might be genuine belief. He truly thinks that part of it might be thinking. Well, this will this is the kind of message that will appeal to my base. I must also met. This is another person who's been fairly safe election after election, and that's just not the case anymore and a lot of very rich. Progressives are coming into that district and spending a lot of money to make sure Rohrabacher doesn't return to congress. And I think, you know, Rohrabacher takes great umbrage at that. And he is right. That there's a lot of outside money being poured into this race on the democratic side. Michael Bloomberg Jenny poured in one four million dollars or so. Yeah, that's right. And and a lot of that money came in the form of attack ads. There was one that was running that attacked Rohrabacher for essentially being a climate change denier. Saying while everyone understands kind of the the real implications of global warming. He remains a climate change deniers, especially as a Representative of a coastal district. And and you know, there's concerns about the environment and ocean levels rising and offshore drilling. And all of that. So a lot of that money is taking the in the form of TV ads. But whether that's working this again is a race where you know, these candidates are in a pretty close heat. Some polls show brubacker leading the Republicans have a ten point voter registration edge in that district. But Harley Rueda has again, a huge volunteer campaign apparatus, lots of young people and not just millennials. We're talking about like off to college. And they're like, I'm gonna take a year and volunteer for Harley Rueda, and again, it's all about this feeling that right now DC is creating this divisive toxic climate, and we're in an exit stencil fight to save democracy. So now, well, what is Michael Bloomberg doing with this particular race? Why is he so interested in? And Harley route versus anyone else who's in a close race because Rohrabacher vulnerable. I mean know, he reads the polls, and he I'm sure he studies up or his people study up on on how much that areas change hasn't changed. I mean, this is the same message had ten years ago twenty years ago, he's pretty hard line conservative figure, but what has changed in rural bonkers universes his district. It is not it's certainly not flaming blue. But it is a far far more purple place than it was even a few years back and wore Bacher will adapt to that reward. Adapt to that. We'll see you tomorrow another changeable district in southern California. This is San Diego County the fiftieth district. That's Republican Duncan Hunter versus a markup. Czar hunter recently released an attack ad calling jar a security risk. Hunter is also of course, under indictment for using some money two hundred fifty thousand dollars of his campaign funds for personal expenses is he still likely to win because I know Saul at the beginning of the season Democrats weren't actually targeting the fiftieth. But now they seem to be targeting the fiftieth. Oh, yeah. This was this was hunters. This is still a very very red corner of blue southern California. And it was thought it was hunters is going to be a cakewalk forum. I'll Mark competent jars you know, his bid was kind of seen this quixotic. He didn't get a lot of help from his party. But then what happens hunter gets charged with, you know, just charge after charge of of of corruption and and.
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"Far what are you seeing in terms of voter enthusiasm? They're very, you know, when you go to her campaign office, it is very very high. There are a lot of people who drive in from outside of that particular area. They're coming in from kind of more urban, Los Angeles to volunteer and the third is off the charts. The thing is though will the enthusiasm of the volunteers translate into enthusiasm among among the voters again, particularly among these voters that that she's trying to target hill. These are African Americans and Latinos, particularly Latinos, which is a growing part of the electorate there were were shifting out from from the antelope valley that part of the LA county area back down to the OC in Costa Mesa. This is where Dana Rohrabacher is trying to hold onto his seat against democrat Harley Rueda Rohrabacher, you there was a pretty contentious interview that you had last week that we aired on KCRW, which by the way, you can find KCRW dot com slash elections. Rohrabacher actually called you. An enemy of the people. He did right to my face about three inches. One face to another enemy of the people and said, basically, he doesn't tr- trust, you know, an entire media organizations to cover his race fairly now part of that might be genuine belief. He truly thinks that part of it might be thinking. Well, this will this is a kind of message that will appeal to my base. I must also met. This is another person who's been fairly safe election after election, and that's just not the case anymore and a lot of very rich. Progressives are coming into that district and spending a lot of money to make sure Rohrabacher doesn't return to congress. And I think, you know, Rohrabacher takes great umbrage at that. And he is right. That there's a lot of outside money being poured into this race on the democratic side. Michael Bloomberg Jenny poured in what four million dollars or so. Yeah, that's right. And and and a lot of that money came in the form of attack ads. There was one that was running that attacked Rohrabacher for essentially being a climate change denier. Insane. While everyone understands kind of the the real implications of global warming. He remains a climate change deniers, especially as a Representative of a coastal district. And you know, there's concerns about the environment and ocean levels rising and off-shore drilling. And all of that. So a lot of that money is taking the in the form of TV ads. But whether that's working this again is a race where you know, these candidates are in a pretty close heat. Some polls show brubacker leading the the Republicans have a ten point voter registration edge in that district. But Harley Rueda has again, a huge volunteer campaign apparatus, lots of young people and not just millennials. We're talking about ears off to college. And they're like I'm gonna take a year and volunteer for Harley Rueda, and again, it's all about this feeling that right now DC is creating this divisive toxic climate. And and and we're in an accident. Oh, fight to save democracy. So well, what is Michael Bloomberg doing with this particular race? Why is he so interested in Harley route versus anyone else who's in a close race because Rohrabacher's vulnerable? I mean, he know he reads the polls, and he I'm sure he studies up or his people study up on on how much that areas. Change Rohrbach has changed. I mean, this is the same message had ten years ago twenty years ago, he's pretty hard line conservative figure, but what has changed in world walkers universes his district. It is not certainly not flaming blue. But it is far far more purple place than it was even a few years back and wore Bacher will adapt to that reward. Adapt to that. We'll see tomorrow another changeable district in southern California. This is San Diego County the fiftieth district. That's Republican Duncan Hunter versus a Mark company. Czar hunter recently released an attack ad calling the jar a security risk. Hunter is also of course, under indictment for using some money two hundred fifty thousand dollars of his campaign funds for personal expenses. Is is he still likely to win because I know Saul at the beginning of the season Democrats weren't actually targeting the fiftieth. But now they seem to be targeting fiftieth. Oh, yeah. This was this was hunters. This is still a very very red corner of blue southern California. And it was thought it was hunters is going to be a cakewalk forum. All Mark competent jars you know, his bid was kind of seen this quixotic. He didn't get a lot of help from his party. But then what happens hunter gets charged with, you know, just charge after charge of of of corruption and and campaign finance violations, you know, using campaign contributions to pay for a family vacation to Italy or physicians fees for for himself and his wife and his children. So, but but even with all of that, I mean he could still win reelection. Given the fact that Duncan Hunter is under this legal cloud. Amar campaign ajar is a political neophyte. Is it surprising that this race is so close or is it? Along the lines of what you would expect in this pretty red district. News totally up in up ended. Again, I think people fully expected hunter to win this thing and the wind it quite easily if he's under federal indictment just to finish. No. And then that came along, and then the indictments came along those indictments I really threw everything into the air and up a really upended hunters plans for reelection. It's going to be those charges against the congressman which are really going to be the central issue here. It's going to be you know, is hunter ethically qualified to be in office as.