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"cal edison" Discussed on KFI AM 640
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"cal edison" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"I know what you're thinking. I just turned on my radio. It's 6 22. What do you mean? Let's begin. We spent some time visiting this morning here on the show and telling you about pasta Zahn, please donate now. Pasta thon dot com. Alright, Here we go Handle on the news, Jennifer Jones, Lee and me. Lead story s O. Cal Edison made good on their threat to turn off the power to some people on Thanksgiving in order to ameliorate fire risk Because of those Santa Ana winds that were whipping up. They did, in fact, turn off the power to a seven. 1000 people now. They had said It could be over 100,000 people. It didn't get that bad. But there were some people who I'm sure were very bummed out now, Jen, you were talking about getting notices about this. I'm not so Cal Edison, so I don't get notices. What specifically? Is it like? When you live in or near a so Cal Edison area. What happens with your phone during the day? How much warning might you get? And how much time might you have to prepare for the power to be cut? It started about 24 hours in advance that you have to sign up at a c e dot com for the notifications. But then it comes up in. It'll say something like the first one said that Your zip code is in an area where there are potential power shut offs. And then the one that I got last night actually said there are potential power shut offs within the next 1 to 4 hours. And that was that 8 45 last night. Nothing ever happened. But I would go to the website and put my address in and I would see that it was maybe three blocks the way that the zone where the power shut offs war, we're going to happen. So if you are as SoCal Edison customer, I would highly recommend you sign up for those alerts. Because at least you get Heads up that something might be coming. All right. Good advice. All right, l, a county reported over 5000 New Cove in 19 cases.
"cal edison" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Give you those in about four minutes from now. So some are saying that the Silverado fire may have been sparked by so Cal Edison equipment. And guess who's saying it? Southern California Edison is saying they made a report to the Public Utilities Commission. Apparently they there was a wire that's just used to tie a telecommunications lying to a support cable. They call it a lashing wire. They think that may have struck 12,000 Volt conducting line because the wind I guess the ideas of the wind would have whipped it. Maybe broke it free and it whipped into a conducting line. And if they're reporting this already Keep in mind s O. Cal Edison has I think hundreds of thousands of miles of power lines going across its area in order even assuming they go full blast in terms of hardening them against winds dealing with it. You know the brush clearance underneath That's years. That's years in the making. So it's ah, It's gonna be a rough time, but they've had years. I know, but they haven't done it up to now. And so now you're right. Which is why the liability is completely crazy if they had done everything That they could have over the years and so that you couldn't so they would say there was nothing more we can do. That's a different story than ignoring it for all of these years and arguing that our our shareholders, our duty is to the shareholders. You can't do that with the utility. All right. You can't customers have to be placed either near the top or over the top. Or maybe public safety is placed at the top. Everything else has to be secondary. Well, Amy County, Barrett has been sworn in as the next Supreme Court. Justice takes the judicial oath today. That'll come from Chief Justice Roberts. And then after that, she will get right to work. Yeah, that's the official oath and when to.
"cal edison" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The wind advisory grows till noon. The red flag warning goes still six tonight. And horrible news. Two firefighters critically injured. We don't know how specifically but we do know they suffered 2nd and 3rd degree burns over large portions of their body people that they're both on ventilators. Yeah, yeah, that's that is when you have enough over third degree burns over a very good portion. Your body that's basically a death knell. And it's a horrible way to go to mean There is just is just insane, Painful. They have to put him in a coma, which is the pain is so intense when you have this kind of burn, and those people who do survive are scarred seriously for the rest of their lives. This is a very tough way to get injured. That za first responders fire firefighters put themselves on the line. And that's one of the risks even though it is relatively safe because of firefighting safety techniques, which have become much more sophisticated in the last several years. Still, it's just God awful on and we have some road closures. Oh, you want to talk about those real quick? Eso Robin Banks has kind of been up on these. I don't have specifics right now, but I know that she's been watching all of the road. So I would say, just wait till 6 15. And I'll have her update that for you because these kind of change quickly. I mean, when you've got a fire growing from 3000 acres to 8000 acres, you know that stuff's happening on the flies. So let me give it ever give you those in about four minutes from now. So some are saying that the Silverado fire may have been sparked by so Cal Edison equipment. And guess who's saying it? Southern California Edison is saying they made a report to the Public Utilities Commission. Apparently.
"cal edison" Discussed on Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women
"That people know how to use them and that it's a seamless easy experience and not something that they have. To think about every single time there charging their car. Oh, that's interesting on us to collaborate with a early stage software company that was developing an APP that would tell people wear on the route they were traveling. They could charge whether the those which stations have the chargers that they need. Because, as you know obviously better than anyone else all charters are not created equal and how much it would cost and whether they would be open when they got there. which is kind of addressing, which sounds like is addressing what you're talking about yes, and I've seen. Similar style APPs there's one that moves away from showing the exact type of connector and the technical term, and they've changed it into a color coded scheme so that you can put in your car vehicle model and then it'll say, okay on this map, there's red green and blue chargers you can use green and blue charters and it makes it just a lot easier. So I think the more that these types of You know software solutions are available to. It helps to reduce that experiencing. To get away from the nomenclature of. Or somebody like that. Right you have said the goal of southern California Edison's is to put seven million vs on the road by twenty thirty. That's only ten years away. How do you get from one point three million to seven million or even from five hundred, thousand in California to a million in California how does that? How do you do that? It really takes all of the industry players being focused and aligned and making sure that we're moving quickly towards this goal, we know that the state of California will not meet its greenhouse gas reduction targets unless we significantly decarbonised transportation sector and moving towards electric vehicles is the only way to do that. So rather than continuing to pilot new programs we. Need to go to scale as soon as possible every day that someone is purchasing an internal combustion. Engine vehicle is another ten to twelve years of that vehicle being on the road So we need to look at this through the lens of it's not just one thing, but it's multiple things.
Tens of Thousands in SoCal Still Without Power After Punishing Weekend Heat
"A real toll on the power power grid grid with with almost almost 70,000 70,000 Southern Southern California California Edison Edison and and L. L. A A Department Department of of water water and and power power customers customers without without electricity electricity this this morning morning for for some some of of those those people, people, the the light light and and air air conditioning conditioning are are not expected to be restored until tomorrow. The bulk of the outages are in L. A. D. W P territory, including silver like Lemur Park and recede a around 20,000. So Cal Edison customers are in the dark in places like San Gabriel Southgate, Whittier and Newport Beach. A statewide flex alert, calling for energy conservation will be in effect again today from 3 to 9 this evening. It's not No
Evacuation in place as Southern California blaze continues to burn
"In southern California thousands of Ventura county residents are under mandatory evacuation orders as hundreds of firefighters battled the Maria fire utility company so cal Edison said it re energize a sixteen thousand volt power line minutes before the Maria fire started however the cause of this blaze is under investigation this fire threatened about twenty five hundred structures burned at least ninety four hundred acres and prompted the evacuation of nearly eight thousand people
More than half a million Californian customers may face power outages
"The million Californians without power this morning for the second time in two weeks care because Nick among all his tells us of a gas and electric cut power yesterday to about a half million people in the Sierra foothills and portions of the bay area the utility says the outages that could last forty eight hours seek to keep us from pummeling power lines and sparking devastating wildfires winds are expected to ease later today but will pick up in southern California or so cal Edison and San Diego gas and electric plant to shut off power to some other customers P. Jeannie blacked out about two million people just two weeks ago drawing criticism the utility says outages were more targeted this time but more widespread blackouts are possible this weekend with gusts picking up on Saturday
"cal edison" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"There is direct evidence that. What one would anticipate could happen because of that wind happened and the evidence was not only that they got the the red flag through their system. But there was literally a helicopter that saw the fire start where it would start relative to that red flag. So it's sort of dichotomy analysis. So. Says nineteen Ninety-three Southern Cal Edison has been fine and punished lily seven or eight times for failure to take reasonable care to do everything they could to prevent this type of event. Couple of different things. They did a now they didn't they could have done. We think they did an analysis that decided twenty years ago or so they should have buried the lines too expensive. They decided not to. Another part of the problem is the debris and build up in and around the common. Areas of this part of California created a tender box really of potential damage all of these things power company, new and under California law. There is strict liability other words, there's not there's no question that if a fire starts. And public utility facility day, the public utility responsible for the property damage of the homeowner business owner that is damage to whatever extent that property damage exists, strict liability, the next level, and this is what you're talking about. And I don't want to be presumptious. We we believe in good faith there additional things that they knew and and could have done and should have done, but that's part of our obligation to prove. But then that goes to the level of negligence or maybe worse sprite. And so that's what the litigation is about. Because if you get the negligence or worse, you get to damages over and above property damage. Painted suffering mental anguish the post traumatic stress disorder that is so palpable. So real in the eyes of these people who have fifteen year old seventeen year old kids who will never again, go to their school. Never again being that idyllic home that they had that lifestyle with their friends. They have to displace. Those are real damages that if there is another level of misconduct or failure to act as they should have these people would be entitled to. One of the things I know from upstate New York. There's been a lot of consolidation really across the northeast in terms of the electric and gas companies, and what everybody says up there is it used to be that Niagara mohawk, which was the company that ended up getting swallowed into national grid. Niagara mohawk would come by. And they would regularly cut the trees around the power lines, and they would do all sorts of precautionary measures. And once national grid came in. You would never see anybody doing that. Unless there was some type of special call or there was some type of other thing..
"cal edison" Discussed on KGO 810
"We have a new company that's going to take over in partnership with citizen Southern Cal Edison to provide electrical. Okay. Now, they. Sides of the story. One says rates are gonna go up. If we go with their CPA and the other one I read the brochure. They sent it says they won't go up. So it seems like we're being charged for two different transmissions. We're gonna keep the Edison live, but. Is going to try to those lines to give us their clean power. And I I just don't understand this. Well. He should clarify. Yeah. Okay. Now, I don't know specifically about your area. But here this is a very common thing that's happening now. And and so you Tilleke companies are getting these other companies to kind of bundled together to provide the service, and they're taking away layers that go with providing your electrical service. And so your main utility who did you say you had initially Kelly. So Cal Addison is going to still provide the actual juice. But now, this third party is going to be who you're gonna pay your Bill to and initially for many people that price will be lower, historically, though, what you have to be careful about is that the prices tend to go up, and so you really have to do kind of put pencil to paper to see exactly what it is. They're saying you will no longer pay your bills to the same company anymore. They're just going to be in charge of the nuts and bolts, right? They're going to be putting the wire here. And I'm putting providing the juice to your house anything else the tech support. If there's a problem, whatever you're going to deal with this third party. And it's a it's a it's a way to. Well, it's a way to sort of spread out the how how things get paid for and alternately the goal is to save money to consumers. So it could possibly in the beginning. The Bill for the CPA would be lower, correct. As time goes on if they're not getting enough wind and solar. Typically. Yeah, you're not in the one thing. I will tell you Mary is make sure you're not signing any long term contract. Okay. Typically, not okay. Typically, it's just here you go on the service, and you can change back at any time. So that's okay. Well, I mean, that's what you're looking for. Okay. Because what I don't want you to be locked in where it's like. Well, wait a minute. I signed this deals for five years, and they jacked up my rates and now I can't get out. So make sure when you're reading the fine print you have the ability to switch back at any time. Okay. That's good to know. All right. Has it worked out? I mean, are we actually making the planet greener by doing this or well, that's that's the goal. I mean, it's all baby steps, right? I mean, we were talking earlier with a gentleman that had a solar Ray. And he's he's already providing most of the power for his own home. I mean, the payback is its long-term. Right. But if you have the ability to to do it, and we can get off the grid, more and more. I mean, the reality of it is is the power companies uses down nationally, the kind of growth that energy use has had in the past is not at the same level that it's that it's been impasse year. So. Yes. We are. We are making. We are making headway it just takes a lot of time. Mary I appreciate the phone call..
"cal edison" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Tomorrow Ken between two thirty and four thirty the busiest time to travel in the worst freeway five will be in here. Yeah. We don't have to worry. He's gonna pop in with traveled nuggets all afternoon. Yeah. No, it don't miss happy. Don't be the most irritating version of yourself. Okay. Sorry. So last week we brought you the breaking news that there was already a lawsuit against Pacific Gas and electric of what they call the campfire that devastated a town of paradise up north of Sacramento today, the soup we're gonna talk about is the first that we know of to be filed over the Wolseley fire. That's the one that devastated Malibu and many other parts of that region there in the west San Fernando Valley in Calabasas and places like that. So we're going to talk to an attorney who's got the client is expecting more. His name is Sylvia attorney's name is Alex Robertson. Bring him on the show and talk about this, Alex. Thanks for coming on. And Alex has been disconnected was that did I do that? Don't know, by the way, this is over the the Wolsey fire against so Cal Edison. His client is Michael him. Thorn says here lost two properties in Malibu, and Debbie guess what else? Wet vehicles in pets too. Don't know what they were. But that's pretty sad. It's tough to evacuate animals moving fire. The lawsuit says that the fire started underneath Edison owned power lines on the Rocketdyne facility near seamy valley. We knew it started near the Rocketdyne facility in seamy valley because we were watching that fire with a day at broke out. Well, they had helicopters flying all over for traffic purposes. And also it was right next to Thousand Oaks where the shooting happened. So there was plenty of news coverage immediately and the flames were first reported at two twenty four pm Edison had reported an outage two minutes before at two twenty two at its big rock circuit out of the Chatsworth substation, and that's located on the Rocketdyne facility, primarily that sounds pretty much like you can put those dots together. Yeah. I don't think you're going to suit also alleges the fire started under the same conditions as at Thomas fire about a year ago. And of course, Edison has already admitted to quits associated with one of those fires start points. I think we have Alex, Alex. Are you there? I am. Thanks for having me on John and Ken just setting up the basics of the lawsuit that the the power lines shorted out. And two minutes later. Flames were reported. Can you explain exactly what happens what what's the process? It goes from a some kind of short circuit to to to a fire down below. So I mean, there's Edison reported that there was a quote disruption on the sixteen k overhead electrical line, and that can be caused by a number of things, including the the power line actually falling to the ground and coming in contact with the vegetation. Some other objects coming in contact or just simply to of the power, lines slapping together and harking causing sparks to fall, all of those are potential causes for that. Circuit to have tripped during the high winds, but you take that information as you were just summarizing for your listeners together with Edison's filing with the public utility commission admitting that that really happened on this particular circuit at Rocketdyne, which is at the top of the mountain above seamy valley. And then we had coincidentally several news helicopters that were flying over that area. Heading to the hill fire which was burning at that time and Newbury park in Ventura County, and they were able to take photographs and video tape of the Wolsey fire just starting and if you look at those photographs they show too small spot fires directly beneath Edison's power lines. So as you say, it's not tough to connect the dots on this one. And you quoted what quoted, but it says here that you interviewed some firefighters who were first on the scene, and they say the fire did start directly below these lines. Right. That's correct. And I've got photographs that one of them talk of the initial. Attack of the fire. The fires directly below the power lines. So they allowed to do that. All right thought. Because usually there's an investigation done. The firefighters can give you information like that freely. Well, you know, the fire departments have their own arson investigators as does Cal fire, and they performed the the official investigation. But obviously the guys the boots on the ground. You know, they they see what they see. And sometimes they record what they see on their own cell phones. Let's talk about your client. Michael hint. Thorn? So he had a twenty acre property up yearbook Boina canyon, which is the county line. Some people may have visited Neptune's net on Pacific Coast Highway that Kenya's basically right behind and above tunes that at the county line, many, many properties got burned out there. He lost two houses on the property a barn. Unfortunately, all of his pets literally escaped with the clothes on his back. And right now, we filed the first case for him since then we have since last Thursday, followed the lawsuit. We've now got over three dozen clients in Malibu agree hills and the oak park area. What are you going to claim that Edison should have done to prevent us from happening? So I happen to live in the fire area. The fire burned actually directly across the street from my office here. Westlake village and my home in seamy valley and all of us who live in this area that burned received notice for medicine on November six two days before the fire started telling us that Edison was closely monitoring the weather conditions. They'd activated their emergency operation center. Whatever that is and said that they were planning on shutting off the power to prevent a wildfire. And they never did. In fact, I didn't even shut the power off after the Wolsey fire started. So certainly if they've done that at the peak of the Santa Ana wind conditions that would have prevented their electrical, sparking the fire. They just went through a similar situation with the Ventura County fire last year, but Thomas fire, and they in PG had been responsible for an untold number of fires. Over the last twenty years, and it keeps getting worse and worse. Each buyer seems to be worse than the last one. Why don't they shut off the power for starters? Why why won't somebody say flip the switch? Let's on the safe side here, we'd been burned so many times literally. That's a great question to ask southern California. Edison company particular when they send out these notices, and they said, okay, we'll give you forty hours forty eight hours notice, and it's coming, and they send out multiple notices, and you know, they never did. And so that's the question. We're going to be asking in the discovery phase of his case. But from a bigger picture. There's no reason why Edison and PG Anita and the other electric utilities can't put their overhead electrical lines underground in these high fire risk areas. The mountainous the remote, they don't have to go through pave streets and homes, and it would be a more economical solution than burning down entire communities and killing people and having to pay the settlements judgments result, and they would be a much better corporate neighbor to these communities. Well, here's here's the problem. We've been asking this question over and over again for two weeks now. Everyone knows it's going to cost money to put them underground. But the lawsuits after these huge fires are bankrupting them. I mean, something about PG that they might be on the hook for twenty to thirty billion dollars in the company is only worth twelve billion. So this method isn't working at all. And that's why I understand the reluctance to do something minimal like flipping switch and shutting down power. I can't imagine. What the block is. Now, we can't imagine it either. And particularly since it was ruined their ability to do it. They told us they were going to do it. And then they failed to do it. It's just unexplainable. Yeah. It really is. An you've never heard any explanation off the record on the side in all your negotiations with with with these companies. It's it's it's never leaked out. Well, hey, here's the real reason. We can't talk about it. But here's what's going on. No, I I know that this is just my speculation. But I'm sure that somebody middle management who was empowered to as you say flip the switch got nervous to do it. Because of the feared backlash that people be complaining that they were out of power. But when you weigh in hindsight what happened between not flipping the switch and literally burning over a thousand homes and killing three people and injuring three firefighters. It's a no-brainer just flip the switch. I know you're still accumulating plaintiffs, but you're gonna wait until there's an official cause of the Wolseley fire. Or is this still go forward this suits, the older go forward representing four hundred fifty plaintiffs in the Thomas fire case against Edison? They came out recently as you probably saw on admitted that their equipment was responsible for one of the two stars of that fire. We still don't have an official of reports from Cal fire on that Thomas fire. We're coming up on a one year anniversary. So these reports take a long time to come out, unfortunately. And in the meantime, homeowner's insurance provides alternate living expenses for up to twelve months typically and for the Thomas fire victims, we're coming up on twelve months. I'm not a single one of them's rebuilt yet. And they're gonna run out of insurance benefits the rent an alternate house. So these people can't wait around for social report. You know, we we do our investigation. We think we've got strong evidence. That's here. And we've got to get the court process started because it could take several years as well. And they all have to keep paying their mortgages on their burned out property, right? They do if they have insurance then typically the insurance will pay the amount of the mortgage, but some of these people had no insurance that lived up in the very mountainous areas. Most people are underinsured we found at least thirty percent. And there's a certain things that insurance is not gonna cover like a Rosen control for the upcoming rainstorms that are predicted. You know, that's a measure that people need to pay money out of pocket to further protect any damage from their properties. But it's not going to be covered by their homeowners policy. Alex Robertson, thanks for talking to us. You bet thanks for having me on attorney with the well plaintiffs that he's signing up for growing by the numbers. And this is over the more recent Wolsey fire, the one that devastated Malibu areas around that they're already suing so callous, John and Ken. KFI? Debra Mark has news. The.
"cal edison" Discussed on KGO 810
"And but what what next there's a new. There's a new statement this morning about the PGA again that a second line. Made it Ben part of the problem here. I adjust brand new and so the stock is dropping again today based on that report. It's I mean, what do we do forever? California drought cycle mudslides. Fires earthquakes me, right. That's we just but they're getting worse. And they're getting worse. The fires are worse. We know that. Because all of the big fires are in the last few years. Most houses most structures burned most acres burned most lives lost other than the one at Griffith park back in the thirties. So it's getting worse. And it's getting worse. And it's getting worse. And I just keep thinking back on my Yash if it really is PG in all of this. Because there it is PGA stock falls after reporting second power line failure in fire. That's being reported in Asif gate this morning. It was published early this morning. PGE's disclosure that a second power line. Fine failed on the morning that California's deadliest fire began pushed utility shares down in pre-market trading. I haven't checked what it is now that we're in the trading day. But if it's PG, and again, something has to change and just doing the same old same old what we're doing now. And even saying, hey, better forest management. That's not gonna solve this that that's just not going to solve it. We're going to have more of these devastating. Fires. I don't know about you. But. This is not an idea of living when you can't breathe because of the smoke your kids can't go out adults. If you have asthma. I mean, anything you can't spend time out that people are dying all over the place. People are losing their homes. Now, we're adding to the homeless problem in the lack of housing in this state, N P Jeanie and for that matter. I think it's so Cal Edison for the Wolsey fire is I think, you know, so we have a couple of these large state mandated monopolies, maybe it's time that we revisit our our failed experiment with Enron because of Enron that is working in states like Texas where you break it up, and you allow competition because what's happening right now when you have shareholders who seemed to be the priority over customers, and employees. This is not working. It doesn't seem to be working to me. And I just I don't know what comes next, but I suggest we revisit news as of looking at how we distribute energy in this state. And I don't know that PG and he is the right answer that large. I I know a lot of PG any workers. And it doesn't mean that you'd all be out of jobs, you might be working for different companies in Texas who controls. The transmission lines is a a state run agency essentially called urquhot, and then you have retailers, and you have energy suppliers and everybody competes in urquhot runs the exchange not Enron. And so you don't have the fraud that goes on in the manipulation that happened with Enron, which is why we pulled away from that went back to these giant monopolies that are still traded on Wall Street, and that's part of the problem. I think I just do we have to get to a better. Solution that we've got clues building codes includes better forest management from the feds who cut the money for the forest service. It's all the above. I want to hear your thoughts on that as well. Four one five eighty eight ten. Ethan Bearman on K G O eight ten ten thirteen in cagey, and we have a new wreck.
"cal edison" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"So. That's it. That's it. That's all. There is to the story was the cost of route. Absolutely. Was the president rude. Absolutely. That's how Donald Trump is does that validate his rudeness. No. But I'll try again. In a reporters capacity when you're not allowed. You are not allowed by the definition of a journalist job to bring your opinion into it. As this man did. It was already derelict in duty and the president had every right to say, correct him. Well, how was he derelict in duty, right? The president said it was invasion. It's not up to this man to correct him. So he gave his opinion that it wasn't an invasion opinion given. Derelict in duty. It is. Now back to the state of California. This is a biggie with me. The state Senator Jerry hill telling them media that he's looking into an investigation that would break up the state's investor owned utilities to make them public following the reports that P genie. And so Cal Edison's equipment may have been connected to the camp and the Wolseley fires burning at either end of the state now we have to be fair here. We don't know this yet. We don't know this. And I want to be very careful with my language. Senator hill said I'm very concerned about what we've learned so far regarding the.
"cal edison" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"To last into Tuesday right now sixty five and brea, sixty two at lake four sixty six I'm marina, del Rey and sixty five in Burbank. We lead local live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. I'm michael. Okay. I'm president. And you're not. Super hyper local Sunday with Brian suits. We start with breaking news from Hollywood people stabbed it looks like coming to a stop out your door is open. This guy is getting out of the vehicle that he's got. He's got a gun. Yeah. Yeah. This is not gonna add very well. That's why I'm voting for super hyper local Sunday with Brian suits on KFI. KFI? Am six forty. More stimulating talk. It is our number two. Uber rival local Sunday and we'd have to step back a little bit and talk about Trump on sixty minutes. We'll get to that here in just a second six year old girl wounded in a drive-by in south LA at a gas station some details on that coming. But as you said as a public service will repeat the so Cal Edison has sent out robo calls, though, if your cell phone is not the phone of record. You may not have gotten it. But if you haven't heard. So Cal Edison. And I I don't know about Burma Burbank has its own water and power, and they don't they don't Brown out. They don't do. They don't do nothing. Like that power stays on in this town, and is excellent. But socal Edison has issued a robo-call warning that they have determined that the wind from arriving at midnight for there's a red flag warning because the Santa Ana winds coming at midnight lasting through Tuesday. And and they reserve the right to pick. And choose what what. And when and where power they.
New Jersey Woman on Oxygen Dies After Electric Company Shuts Off Her Power
"He's just hours away abc's kate shaw says it will be difficult for the democrats the minority party to totally derail the nomination but i think they could slow it down i mean there this long tradition of senatorial courtesy so if the democrats explain that there are particular documents that they need to review or you know interviews they need to conduct trump's announcement will be made starting at six our time in kfi will be carrying it live thousands of dwp customers still don't have power and so cal edison says about fourteen hundred customers in l a county are without power along with about four hundred more in orange county officials say the outages were largely the result of overloaded power stations and aging equipment that could not keep up with demand during the heat wave the scent temps soaring into those triple digits a prosecutor in san bernardino county has been put on leave over some controversial comments on social media district attorney mike rama says his office learned of the post by deputy district attorney michael selyem just about a week and a half ago i was offended by the comments not just as the district attorney but as a prosecutor one of the comments he used expletives to describe congresswoman maxine waters sings she should have been shot by now for her loud mouth san bernardino county district attorney's office does not condone hate discrimination or incitement of violence rama says celje will be on leave while his office investigates and selling them could be fired at the end of the investigation chris ancarlo kfi news eight boys have been brought to safety from the cave they have been stuck in thailand abc's dr jennifer ashton says being trapped for more than two weeks will have mental consequences for the boys there's going to be short term acute effects longterm effects that will be continuing long after the cameras go away and that's just as important as what's going on physically for more boys and their soccer coach still waiting in the cave to be rescued two divers have been escorting each boy out of that cave through two and a half mile escape route most of the boys don't know how to swim a woman in new jersey has died because the power company cut off her electricity even though she adjusts made a payment two days beforehand the woman had congestive heart failure in needed an electric power to oxygen tank to breathe the woman's daughter says the told the company of moms medical issues the power company says they were not aware of them police newark are investigating senate majority leader mitch mcconnell has been followed by protesters outside a restaurant in louisville.
"cal edison" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Go ahead and take the federal money and he's going to he's going to specifically not fulfilled that mission and he can he can do that legally correct well he can't until the pentagon federal is is so strips you know he can think he can he he's you know for the pentagon and for presidential authority when they talked to a governor they basically say look we can do it easy or we can do it really easy and easy is just fulfilled the mission that we're asking real easy is the pentagon cents a far different kind of letter to sacramento saying you're going to want to read the fine print those are now federal troops and they can do that this guy tweet trump's knows when trump finally realizes that when someone explains to him what's happened he's not going to be real happy all right one real quick before we bail out of here and that is this is the cyber war between russia and effectively the western world and we keep hearing from the experts we have to be careful the next war is going to be cyber war we have to be prepared for the next cyber war are we there right now there's low level conflict happening between russia and ukraine russia turns off trainee and infrastructure and electrical grid and utilities all the time they're practicing for so cal edison practicing for new york so that's what they mean by war we're talking about shutting down infrastructure but the stuff that they're doing now get stealing emails getting involved with companies etc that's the as far as the pentagon and authorities concerned that's not really war those skirmishes let's that's spying espionage industrial espionage we spy on airbus and russia's spies on laki that's what that is but that's a precursor that's laying the groundwork for a future conflict so you're not unprepared but we'll be forever at war with russia and china we won't know it for a week but we will notice that the powers dimming down or the dams are working or the the the.
"cal edison" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Flu but i'm dot back com welcome slash back i i'm heart sorry that's for missing ziprecruiter dot com slash iheart style then dot the guy that wrote the to be time theme song price is a great job might stabbing very nice guy i here by was near because the flu as everybody knows now of years long tradition friday as always is a funky foreigner friday flashback so will love we will feature bumpers only from female through france of the '60s please with him you'll for everybody dancing pleasure who can forget katty line we'll get back to that a little later on because there's more pressing business class action suit finally knows the thomas fires winding down and we knew this was coming so cal edison named as the defend aunt in a class action suit by residents affected by the thomas fire and how does that affect uri well of you're so cal edison rape pay her then guess what there will be a magical rate increase some time several several weeks after they lose his lawsuit which is probably still years away but desert you'll understand her publicprivate entities work and that's how they work uh so any who also for some reason they drug up john dens more of the doors because today did anyone get a heads up on this none of us live in sinoe right none of us are high end enough i think it's doesn't bender live near encino no no no no did everybody know today was dale the doors and encino hurled why no i mean that would've been kinda cool yeah and i'm i'm wild stab i'm to say besides johnson dinsmore the drummer of the doers isn't robbie krieger the guitarist i think he still alive i think is to fifty percent the doors to live but we can fact check that they way they they because he dedicated dinsmore boulevard and morrison avenue in encino today so we'll but it was funny because it the we there.
"cal edison" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Down a dime to 1320 announce oil down sixty eight cents to sixty one fifty nine a barrel so cat weather from kfi mostly cloudy with some dense fog overnight end of the morning especially along the coast mid60s to low 70s an la and oecd morrogh around seventy five in the i eat a degree or two warmer and breezy sunday with rain expected to arrive monday in stick around into wednesday right now in at least will be a host sixty three degrees same for that va ho in mission it's 65 and commerce 63 in cerebos we lead local from kfi's 24hour newsroom i'm aaron bender one hamzik forty more stimulating targeting pound way junior you hear him recovering from the flu but i'm back welcome back i'm sorry for missing style then the guy that wrote the to be time theme song price is a great job might stabbing very nice guy i here by was near because the flu as everybody knows now of years long tradition friday as always is a funky foreigner friday flashback so will love we will feature bumpers only from female through france of the '60s please with him you'll for everybody dancing pleasure who can forget katty line we'll get back to that a little later on because there's more pressing business class action suit finally knows the thomas fires winding down and we knew this was coming so cal edison named as the defend aunt in a class action suit by residents affected by the thomas fire and how does that affect uri well of you're so cal edison rape pay her then guess what there will be a magical rate increase some time several several weeks after they lose his lawsuit which is probably still years away but desert you'll understand her publicprivate entities work and that's how they work uh so any who also for some reason they drug up john dens more of the doors because today did anyone get a heads up on this none of us live in sinoe right none of us are high end enough i think it's doesn't bender live near encino no no no no did everybody know today.
"cal edison" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"From london though the seoul uh now southern california edison is being sued by people who were victims of the thomas fire saying that the company failed to monitor equipment in santa paula and it was that equipment that caused the thomas fire and therefore there is negligence sand so cal edison in fact is responsible incidently if so cal edison is found responsible so cal edison disappears as so cal edison you think the hit would be that big hailed operate how could it not two hundred eighty two thousand acres with there were there were a utility that's right art went harvey immune and i don't know the answer well they could certainly get a judgment against them but what they can't go out of business szegin gonna inro's no big right they could go bankrupt it's not like they have to turn off the electricity nobody'll the court may very well put some a receiver in place because that we are in washington a whoops people which was the utility that ran net one of the nuclear reactors for energy they had to go bankrupt this utility went bankrupt you can look that up loops w h o p s and it was up yet went bankrupt that'll happen here now as if it determined that as own california edison is now responsible i don't think so so are vague going in i guess they're going to make that claim they're going to bring in all the experts are there oh it's that's going to be as you of a trial that's going to be hard to prove right if you don't have a fire officials saying i am a 100percent confident it was yes power lines caused that violates all 100 percent or at least forty nine percent a coveted or fifty one percent because i think we have a oh yes what that's what happens what we do is have we could have a comparative negligence state so let's say you've been damaged one hundred thousand dollars and uh so cal edison is found fifty one percent at fault.
"cal edison" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"A bunch of ill of founded by homeless stuff gandhi said each has a race stepped added a hell and then he had his one that caused arc wasn't caused any way forward the wildfires possibly could be so cal edison that is a problem and i'll tell you uh on a sort of a big picture i can say they're they're we're talking about trees all he has power lines and they want to stop that but what do you do about people who plant trees in their yards that are in the power lines going from the poll to their house do you tell them you have to remove the trees whose fault is that anxious supposed to keep them know from hanging down on that isn't there would have been a good storm yeah win off it goes i don't know if that was the issue babies one of those big ones but i'm guessing it's something along these lines so i don't know how you fix that problem i think there's also been no some scrutiny about how well the power lines were maintained as in howell how they were structured what would they were unable to stand up to like what force of wind were they able right enters the aglet euro but again if it's a tree and a member of the power lines touch you've got a short entered archs and boom and if there is a tree that's dry a well you've got a fire don't you and speaking of dry here we go the lung an series not only has it been dry but this red flag warning that i keep telling you about that i keep saying okay it can end night at eight o'clock or it's going to end tomorrow whatever no it looks like now it's going to end throughout the rest of the week and this is the longest stretch and so that we've had these red flag warning while there to be forever red flag will be this is going to be the norm what's going to happen is the news every night will the news will be tonight is not a.
"cal edison" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"And i don't know about you i don't think i've seen a bad disney picks movie i've seen some that weren't great but just about every disney picks movie that i've ever seen has been pretty damn good my favorite i don't know if you have a favor but in fact hit me on twitter right now with your favorite disney pixar movie so far my favorite is up if you know anything about the story this about an elderly man who loses his wife at the beginning of the movie and he goes on this journey as he boos closer to the end of his own mortality to find life and love of a different kind meeting in his life that for me is the best disney picks are movie ever you can hit me at mr mokhele m r m o k e l l y and tell me your favorite disney picks are movie if it's not up you will be wrong but i will hear you out and i will read your response on the air so hit me at mr bowe kelley m r m o k e l l y your favorite disney pixar movie and maybe will even give away a few bore tickets before the night is through maybe maybe not sure this is the most kelly show kfi am 640 more stimulating talk now michael shapiro has the news officials say they have identified the shooter the killed twenty six people at a baptist church and taxes as as devon kelley guys 26 the opened fire on a church during a morning service today and sutherland springs near san antonio kelly was found at a short time later so cal edison says worlds are to blame for a small power outage and hocine could eyes a powercut at about one fifty this afternoon.