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A Big Courtroom Win for a Christian Baker in California
"I'd like to talk about the Christian baker, who refused to bake a cake. Because of a demand that it be okay celebrating a gay wedding. But it's not the bake or you're thinking about. You're thinking about the baker in Colorado. What was his name, honey Jack? Phillips, Jacques Phillips is his name, but I'm actually talking about a similar case in California, involving a woman, her name is Kathy Miller. And she runs a bakery called taste, pastries bakery in Bakersfield, California. Now, she had been approached to design a custom cake for a wedding ceremony, and this is actually Kathy Miller in 2017, quote here at taste trees we love everyone. My husband and I Christians, we know God created everyone. He created everyone equal, so it's not like we don't like people of certain groups. There's just certain things that violate my conscience. So by the way, her position very similar to the position of Jack Phillips in Colorado, but Kathy Miller gets sued by California's department of fair housing and employment. This was under something called the unruh Civil Rights Act of 1959, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of race ethnicity or religion. A pause for a moment because here you have a civil rights law, which is basically supposed to protect people from being discriminated against on the basis of race or ethnicity or you guessed it religion. And what's going on here, Kathy Miller is being discriminated against or being targeted or in this case being it is being demanded of her that she go against her own religious beliefs and her own conscience and say something that she really doesn't want to say.
"california department public" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"Right. Right. And even here in Pasadena. So the question really begs is what has that done to our culture? What has it done to young people? What is under addiction or is it under mental health? Was it done for cannabis as medication? And all those things are things we're interested in at the UCLA cannabis research initiative, which we started in 2017 as a direct response to try and study these things. So I boiled it down to the main themes I want people to know about cannabis. Is that number one? Cannabis is a spectacular plan. And inside this plant are well over 80 different kinds of compounds called cannabinoids. Have all sorts of interesting effects on our body and our brain and our mind. That's the real thing. It's however therapeutically potential. It's not yet fully realized as medicine. And I think that's where we miss it. And I wish I could say, with confidence, this is what I would recommend for sleep or for pain or for depression or anxiety or just a good time. But we're not there yet. So that's number one. So it's an incredibly potent and spectacularly interesting plant. But we don't yet have therapeutic medicines. I think that can be routinely accepted as medicines from Doc. We have a few, but not a lot. Number two, the risk of cannabis use disorder or cannabis addiction is very, very real. It's not zero. Now, compared to smoking, and better meaning and cocaine. Yes, the risk is lower. But still, we know that approximately 9% of people who start using cannabis will develop a cannabis use disorder. That means 9 out of a hundred people who start using are going to develop problems in their life from cannabis addiction. I think that's where we've missed the boat where people are like, well, what is cannabis addiction look like? They don't die from overdose. They don't commit crimes. We see it under a spectacular through the years. But they don't function well. They don't work. They don't finish school. They sit around, they're depressed, they don't sleep well, their health isn't good. And I think people are shocked to hear that cannabis addiction is one of the top addictions that people enter drug rehabilitations for. Their lives have really been screwed up. So we know that what percentage of California right now meet criteria for cannabis addiction. It's probably on the order of about two, 3%. What percent use cannabis somewhere on the order of 30, 40%? I want to say to the story it's the same that it is for tobacco and cocaine is out for young people. This is not a young person's product. That's where I think I'm concerned about most. We've accelerated and made it seem like this is a product for teenagers and young people, and it's okay. It is not. In fact, instead of California, you got to be 21 to buy. But when was the last time you heard any public health initiatives or promotions about keeping cannabis out of young people? Underage cannabis use. It's not even a thing. Underaged tobacco underage drinking absolutely, but under aged cannabis? Yes. That's my point. Yeah. I heard that. It's nothing burger. Right, but I think to that end though, I think the state is starting to do more. California department public health, department of Canada's control are very concerned about these issues. But we need to definitely do more in terms of really minimizing the glamorous if you will to say this is great for sleep. This is better than tobacco. This is not without harm. That's number two. So again, cannabis, as a medicine, we're not quite ready. Cannabis does have addictive potential for sure. And thirdly, I would argue that cannabis and its impact on just what are we doing as a society in terms of making our lives better? So the whole proposition was geared for social equity. It was to allow persons of color to get businesses to own cannabis dispensaries. That's number one. Number two, it was supposed to eliminate misdemeanors and felonies for cannabis possessions. How well we really done that? I think I'm an addiction psychiatrist and I'm not a sociologist or a health services researcher. But what we look at is kind of here. You think about all the dispensaries that are open out there? How many are really owned by persons of colors? People who disproportionately did not get a chance to get into the business. It's not many. And there was an article in the LA times just last Sunday. I read it. Talking about how wait a minute, what about the communities that were disproportionately damaged by addiction, racism, lack of equality? And they're not getting a chance to get cannabis license either to grow, so distribute market or sell. I think that same article was saying those who have been trying to get their permits and everything. The bar is so high that they're being undercut by the illegal business and dealing with it. And so as anything else it's a very complicated story here in California where we know that I think second quarter, the revenue was somewhere I want to say two, $3 billion brought in something like that. That's just revenue. So yes, we're getting a lot of taxes on it. But the unregulated market is still thriving. Yeah. It's going wild. You hear a lot of cannabis dispensaries and manufacturers talking about taxation really limiting their ability to do their job well..
California Threatens to Hold BLM's Leaders Personally Liable Over Missing Financial Records
"Speaking of money my gosh lack lives matter money situation seems to be catching up with these folks over there. You know, the buying a lot of real estate. Have you noticed that? For people that are a bunch of socialists and communists and marxists, the kind of seem to like real estate and kind of seem to like the good life. Anyway, word today that the California Department of Justice is threatening to hold the leaders of Black Lives Matter, accountable, personally liable, by the way, for the missing $60 million. In donations, apparently there's like $60 million that hasn't been accounted for. So the DoJ, they're in California is giving them 60. I'm impressed. I gotta say, you know, California. It is what it is. And I used to live there, believe me. I know how liberal it is and how crazy it is. So you've got to give the California DoJ extra special stars, right? Gold stars for going after a group that was seemingly untouchable. Anyway, so 60 days they have to come forward with the record surrounding $16 million in donations, or they could have their tax exempt status revoked. In other words, this is really a charity. Or is this charity so that, you know, some of the owners of the quote unquote charity, the principles in this charity can benefit and line their pockets and buy fancy new houses. They could also face fines for each month or partial month for which the reports are delinquent. They said the directors, the trustees, the officers, and the return preparers could all be liable here. They could all face penalties interest and other charges incurred to restore exempt status. In other words, if you're saying your charity, you got to actually be a charity. You can't be just, you know, a charity that says they're doing all this stuff. And then takes the money and goes and buys fancy houses and I'm not saying that happened. But gosh, there's an awful lot of real estate, which has come to
California's 'Surf City USA' beach reopens after oil spill
"Surfers and swimmers have returned to the weights at southern California's Huntington beach a little more than a week after an oil pipeline leak off shore the re opening of what many call surf city USA came far sooner than many expected that's the spill became apparent a few troops Mel blanketed the coast and blobs of crude began washing ashore but officials say water quality tests now show no detectable levels of oil associated toxins and Avan ados E. with the California department of fish and game tells KABC they have not found a lot of oiled birds there's not a lot of bird population out there right now so in that respect we got lucky right it could be a different kind of hearing you might have ten thousand birds out there that's for the tar balls I dont see says they're not looking for the public's help we get it right you want the oil off just as fast if not faster than we do but oil is a hazardous substance while the environmental impact on wetland habitats has been less severe than initially feared advocates say they remain concerned about the long term impact I'm Ben Thomas
Investigators board ship that was anchored near oil pipeline
"The U. S. coast guard's boarded a massive cargo ship as part of its investigation into the cause of the undersea pipeline rupture that sent oil spewing on to southern California beaches German flagship the Rotterdam express was being examined at the port of Oakland it was assigned to an anchorage that was the closest to the gash in the pipeline miles of Huntington beach which could have been caused by an anchor GPS tracking data suggested the ship had been moving but company officials deny it moved off anchorage and site it's log book as proof meanwhile the oil continues to foul the coastline California's department of fish and wildlife is seeking more help with the cleanup we need to get train people that know how to do this type of work so
Mountain Lion Killed After Attacking Child in Southern California
"Lion That attacked a five year old boy and dragged the child across his front lawn in Southern California has been shot and killed. The £65 Mountain lion attack the boy while he was playing near his house on Thursday in Calabasas. Dragged him about 50 yards before the mother rescued the child. Captain Patrick Foye, spokesman with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, said the boy is in stable condition at Los Angeles' Hospital, a wildlife officers sent to the home shot and killed the mountain line as he was crouching in bushes. DNA tests confirming it was the animal who attacked the child 19 year old Jameel
4-Year-Old Girl Discovers Rare Stingless Bees in California
"Four year old girl with a knack for nature, found two colonies of rare stainless bees that went unnoticed for 70 years. The bugs were taken to California's Department of Food and Agriculture Plant Pest Diagnostic Branch. We're scientists say it's a rare find as the Bugs live in
The Activision Blizzard Lawsuit Could Be a Watershed Moment for the Business World
"So so he. Can you tell us a little bit more about the lawsuit that led to all these employees speaking out. Yes so. The lawsuit is the culmination of a two year investigation from authorities in the california department of fair employment in housing who said that activision blizzard's compliance with the state's workplace protections is long overdue. Now if you look at the lawsuit one interesting thing is that it really starts out with these kind of standard allegations of discrimination in how the company pays permits women and retaliation women spoke up. But that's not really what caught the public's attention california also said the activision blizzard fostered a frat boy culture where women were subjected to constant sexual harassment groping at rape jokes and that one female employees took her own life on a business trip after allegedly having nude photos of our past around with a company holiday party and these are the allegations that we really saw lighting up twitter because they were so shocking and terrifying. And it's worth pointing out that. The lawsuit specifically said that the discrimination was worse for women of color particularly black women who are micromanage and discriminated against in the office do lawsuit also mentions that supervisors were unaware of this culture and at times encouraged it and even engaged in it themselves. Can you tell us more about the role that higher ups played in creating this toxic work environment. Yeah so the lawsuit says that blizzard president j. allen brock was aware of the allegations did not do enough to stop the behavior. Alex afrasiab a former senior creative director of world of warcraft. Also engaged in blatant sexual harassment. He jokingly called his bliss con hotel room the cosby sweet after alleged rapist bill cosby. I talked to employees last week and really ask them. Was this behavior. Modeled at the top. Was it relegated to certain teams and employees are a little hesitant to say that it was one specific area of the organization. They felt like it kind of permeated the entire culture but they won't go as far as to say everything manager knew about it or every executive wasn't
Activision Blizzard Employees Push Back Against Leadership's Lawsuit Response
"At activision blizzard. Inc are calling for a walk out on wednesday to protest companies responses to a recent sexual discrimination lawsuit in demanding more equitable treatment of underrepresented staff last week. California's department of fair employment and housing sued the publisher behind games. Like call of duty world of warcraft detailing disturbing incidents of sexual harassment and assault and a culture in which women faced unequal pay in retaliation. Active call the allegations false and distorted in a statement last week in france Executive vice president of corporate affairs sent a letter to staff echoing. The claim infuriated activists. Employees have spoken out on social media in more than two thousand staff. Signed an open letter calling for the company's response calling the company's responses abhorrent insulting. Now they're planning to strike. The walkout is being organized by a group of employees at the subsidiary blizzard entertainment where the majority of the lawsuits allegations were focused in a statement to bloomberg. The worker said the goal was quote are starting to go was to quote improve conditions for employees at the company especially women and in particular women of color in transgender women non binary people in other marginalized people. The strike will take place outside of blizzards campus. In irvine california on wednesday the employees are demanding that activision ditch mandatory arbitration clauses in all employment contracts current and future new practices for recruiting interviewing hiring and promotion that facilitate better representation agreed upon by employees in a company wide diversity equity and inclusion organization the publication of data on relevant compensation promotion rates and our promotion rates answer just four employees quote of all genders and ethnicities at the company. That diversity taskforce be allowed to hire a third party to audit the company's leadership hierarchy in hr department quote is imperative to identify how current systems have failed to prevent employee harassment and to propose new solutions to address these issues.
Activision Blizzard Staff Sign Petition Supporting Discrimination Lawsuit
"Continues from the Activision, Blizzard lawsuit brought forth by the state of California. Now, news comes out of nearly 1,000 current and former employees. With the company, have all signed a joint letter saying openly that the words and actions of their leadership do not accurately reflect their values as employees. The letter is directly, addressed the high-level management and Executives and is a strong sign of the growing Rift between the higher-ups. The company hands off employees California's Department of Fair Employment, and housing is seeking compensatory and punitive damages with attorneys fees and whatever General Relief, the courts happen to decide on so far. Activision Blizzard has not. Responded will keep you updated on this story as it develops,
California Bar Owner Charged With Selling Fake COVID-19 Vaccination Cards
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting a California man is accused of selling fake vaccination cards a northern California bar owner is facing charges in connection with allegedly selling fake cove in nineteen vaccination cards Todd Anderson owner of the old corner saloon and Clements California has been charged with three felonies identity theft forging government documents and caring and unregistered firearm Luke blame of the California department of alcoholic beverage control tells KXTV acting on a tip undercover agents with our special operations unit were able to purchase multiple cards in April Anderson has also been charged with falsifying medical records which is a misdemeanor hi Mike Rossio
Report: California wildfire sparked when tree hit power line
"Officials say a pine tree contacting electrical distribution lines led to a deadly fire last autumn that killed four people including an eight year old girl investigators with the California department of forestry and fire protection seized equipment belonging to PG&E in the weeks after the sock fire tore through rural communities in the Shasta area last September and October officials now say the northern California wildfires that killed four people and destroyed more than two hundred buildings was sparked when tree branches came into contact with Pacific gas and electric power lines cal fire says their investigative report has been forwarded to the Shasta county district attorney's office PG&E is the nation's largest utility it's been a merging from bankruptcy after lawsuits from several devastating wildfires that killed more than a hundred people in twenty seventeen to twenty eighteen I'm Jennifer king
High School Cheerleaders Ready To Fight, Fight, Fight To Get Back On Los Angeles Area Football Fields
"And marching bands still can't be there. This week, the California Department of Public Health revised high school sports guidelines to no longer allow those groups to attend games, which is upset some people, including this cheerleader from Riverside, and I just think it's not fair because we can totally all be able To be on the sidelines. There's plenty of room See now classifies cheerleaders, bands and drum lines as supporting groups, even though former governor Jerry Brown signed a law officially recognizing cheerleading is a sport in 2016. The Petco Park vaccination superstation will shut down after
A Bear Spotted in Eagle Rock For the Second Time This Week
"Seen wandering through a neighborhood in Eagle Rock. Twice in four days, People have seen the black bear near a patch of land along the 1 34 freeway about eight miles away from the Angeles National Forest in California Department of Fish and Wildlife says it's unusual for bears to be in that area president but we wouldn't be talking about it otherwise, President
"california department public" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Suddenly wanted suddenly wanted my Email address before permission to look at the vaccine totals. Oh, Jesus. That was popular, so they want to get something out of it. I'm sure they're going to sell it. I'm going to get 30 pieces of junk mail for the end of the show. All right. So here we go. Oh, Star daily tracker. You can't let it go. Yeah, make the sacrifice. But it raises email. That was a good idea. All right, one holding company man, I got to do the do Sometimes I do that to five poopy pants said, Uh, Let your online name alright. California has dropped to 41st place We're getting for their big diaper. We've looked down the 41st, right? Oh, no, that's slippage. Yeah, we were up, asshole. I is 29th. A few days ago. Yes, have the numbers for getting worse 4,200,000 vaccinations, but it's 62%. So that would mean you know, there's a well over six million vaccines. Well over two million are still sitting on the shelf. We can't see. We can't seem to catch up. It's just they're They're They're sending us more vaccines and are Distribution rate is actually falling. Look, No. This your vaccine number. Four million. 199,626 to be exact. Okay. Must be. I'm looking at the Sacramento Bee. But I think their trackers a day behind and they only have 3.1 million vaccinated California. Yeah, Every newspaper's got a different track. But I did hear that Give the exciting news vaccinations have now exceeded the number of confirmed covert cases in California. How's that? Yeah, well, if only 0.3 million is that number only the people who got the virus had gotten the vaccine first, uh, two different groups so they have vaccinated 8% of the population. Only 1.7% have gotten two doses. Out of everybody who lives in the state, and they are up to 160,000 shots a day now. But it's still really slow. As you know, this is just such Yeah, Here's the updated story in the second. You're right. The 4,199,626 vaccinations when they get caught up. They all have the same numbers because they're all using the CDC numbers right? There's no there's no special. So this comes from the California Department. Public health, But that's probably who gives the CDC the number? Yes. Yeah. So Friday became the first day to clear 200,000 shots and into the tally. Mm. Well. California still struggles with data reporting wait, just struggling with everything right that schools are closed when they're open, and a lot of other places. Theme parks are closed. When they're opening a lot of other places. The cases are down 60%. That doesn't seem to matter. We got over two million vaccines sitting in warehouses. That never reached anybody's arm. It's just every day is the same story and people go are I don't know what what? Why would you recall the governor? I don't know. Why would you Now. Here's the fascinating story from India. What hasn't he screwed up India just a few months ago, like California in L. A county was inundated with the coronavirus. Uh, it says here, according to this story, who ran this was this The Washington Post? That Back in November. Large public hospital, where one of the people they interviewed works was full of covert 19 patients. Three months later, the situation's unrecognizable the number of coronavirus patients of the hospital can be counted on one hand. Out of 200 ventilators on the tour in use. Hospitals treating covert 19 patients around the country report similar experiences. The retreat of the coronavirus in India, the world's second most populous nation is a mystery. Just months ago, India was adding 100,000 cases a day more than any other country. But on Tuesday just 8635 cases in the whole country. That's about the number recorded the same day by New York State with a population is only 2% is less than 2% of India's. That's weird. It just said well disappeared. The theory. Is that the virus is finding it harder to spread because a significant proportion of the population least in the city's has already been infected. Now India has a much younger population than we do so it's possible that people got the virus in India and didn't even know it. But that gave him a level of immunity with the virus could not infiltrate a duel. They do have masks and some indoor settings and in the large cities but in many parts of the country. There's nobody masked on the streets. No restaurants, balls and markets are bustling, right? The results of a nationwide antibody survey of 28,000 people indicated that more than one in five people in India about 270 million people had been exposed to the virus as of early January. And in major cities, the infection rates are running even higher. In in Delhi. Study of 28,000 people found 56% had Corona virus antibodies. Wow. You wouldn't think happened in Mumbai in another country of the city. There the city's air very crowded in congested. That's exactly true. I mean, that place was ever destined to have coronavirus run right through it. They're wondering if it's the younger population and the fact that they may have some sort of different immune system. Boy. How do I put this politely? You know if you go to India supposed to get shots But it could be the people there have um or immune to dance. It's built up. They have a lot of Strange diseases really in all of Asia and Africa that Americans never run into. I mean, I remember going to Africa to take six shots. Six. My family? Yeah. When I went to Thailand, I only took like, three. Yeah, so they have their They have their own set of illnesses that we have no experience with. So maybe they've got an immune system that resulted in a population with the more stealthy immune system or healthy and more Yeah, because they think there is some immunological factor. They still haven't been able to narrow down. But well, they they think that there's there's the people get asymptomatic. Reactions to the virus must have something in their immune system that makes them more resilient to it like we're just we're not all created equal with immune systems, either the different Countries were just different people within the same country. Which is why there's such a wide variety of reactions, right say the worst thing to have is an overactive immune system, which, after it gets finished fighting the virus, then starts fighting the rest of your body, and that's what kills a lot of these people. Called the site of King Storm and started keen's doing right starts trashing all your lung tissues, and those of the people end up on ventilators and then dying. It's not like directly from the virus. It's Zsa byproduct of the attack its soldiers shooting their own side. Yes, I remember that story. That's true. Yeah. Now India's only vaccinated four million people would you know they have a huge population. You would think the east side of that way would be would be approaching. This situation soon, right? Some sort of herd immunity level because there's so many people infected. Yes, because they think three times as many people In L, A county and in the in the U. S have actually gotten the virus. Three times, then have been reported with most people, either getting it mild symptoms. They never bothered to go get an official test because that was a pain in the ass much of the time, or they didn't notice that had it. She going to East away? We're obviously the rates of spread is very high. Now multiply that by three. At some point how many people are left? So maybe maybe maybe This is the most optimistic look, you know the numbers will just suddenly plummet. On their plummeting pretty fast in California were down 61%.
"california department public" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"What's what? What precipitated the change. You know, I'm not quite sure that you know, a trends have been going better for you know, for California I guess as far as the number of cases goes, unfortunately, it seems, you know, the lockdown have not worked. Haven't saw yesterday's UT editorial. It said. You know, we're in last place about all the 50 states are rolling out the vaccine. We're in last place as far as the number of deaths per capita and we've been the most restrictive state. So you know, I've always been an advocate it we can do both. We can get keep our businesses open and we can do it safely and most of the other states have been able to do and unfortunately, you know, I'm not really sure is that the science doesn't really follow the decisions that come out of Sacramento, but I'm happy to hear it, but I don't know that it's been made official yet. I think the governor is going doing a press conference today. So I haven't heard anything that it is going to happen for sure, until until the governor actually says it Well, we have. Ah, We have a news release that just came out that said officials with the California Department Public California Department of Public Health today ended the regional stay at home order lifting the order for all region statewide, including the three regions. That had still been under the order, San Joaquin Valley Bay Area and Southern California. Oh, well, Hello. Lucia hadn't had seen that yet. So that's great to hear. I'm glad that they put that out it one thing I do. I'm gonna mention on the vaccine. Um, we've got a new system now for people to make that scene reservations. It got over. The previous one wasn't working very well got overloaded. We had a lot of people that were frustrated in getting the vaccines and just kind of a brief synopsis of how to do this is Schedule the vaccine three days up. Today. Monday around noon midday. They're going to release that. The appointment potential appointments for Thursday so you go to my turn. Got CIA that goes and you could also get there from the counties website. The vaccination superstation f d dot com website. But my turn that CIA dot go Mid day every day. They released it for three days later. That's when people need to call in and try to log on and try to get those appointments. Tomorrow. They're going to be the appointment for Friday. And so there that's how the system is working. So if you're checking, you know 89 o'clock 10 o'clock in the morning, and you're not getting your any appointments or saying none available. Because they really haven't come out yet. They're coming around Noontime ish on. So then, if you're checking in three or four o'clock in the afternoon, trying to get an appointment there probably gone, so the best thing for people to do is go to that. My turn that CIA that goes mid day to get those appointments three days out Supervisor. Why has this rollout gone so poorly in that? You know we have these super stations, But it seems like it would make more sense logistically to go for smaller areas in neighborhoods So you can just kind of get people vaccinated in the neighborhood and said these giant vaccine centers were it apparently is taking hours to get in. Well, and you're right in the county County staff doing Beyonce with a wonderful job as best they can possibly do, And so they are putting in are trying to do that. The count fire and the different fire stations and paramedics. They're all able to the soon to give out the vaccination. So we're trying to spread this quickly as we can, You know, Unfortunately, the governor came out about a week and a half ago, and he said, Okay, now, everybody 65 older can get it. We didn't have the infrastructure. We didn't have the We didn't have a vaccine. We, You know we weren't ready for that. You just made that pronouncement. And so it's kind of put it, you know, behind the curve a little bit, but county staff I visited the Oceanside center yesterday. They're doing it you know is best they can with under the circumstances and with the amount of actions that we actually have, So we get it. We're trying to spread it thinner than that superstation was really trying to get all those health professionals on and we're gonna continue with that super station. Maybe have a couple more, but Um firefighters and other people. And we've got a lot of people that have volunteered through a medical corps. Um, I'm not sure exactly exactly call, but a lot of people have volunteered that are You know, Retired professionals are things like that They can give the vaccines as well. And we're working with those people to try to get back to him. That was quickly as possible. All right, county Supervisor Jim Desmond. Thank you for joining us this morning. We really appreciate it. Hey, thanks. What? Take care, all right, and want to remind people that coming up tomorrow We have county Supervisor Nathan Fletcher at 7 11, and we're also waiting for the governor in his official statement on why they've changed the coronavirus trick. Shins were going back to the purple tear here in San Diego as soon as he makes that announcement, although it's officially been released by the governor's office. We will fill you in storm watch weather and traffic Next Coco News time 18 I started using when I was 13 Taylor is in recovery from an addiction to prescription opioids. It was.
Black teens wrongly detained at Target in California
"Profiling complaints are being launched after three black teenagers were detained by L. A county sheriff's deputies inside a target in Westlink Village, California The team say they were wrongfully accused of shoplifting A B C's Annabelle Moon rose reports footage of the incident has now gone viral. Sparking outrage online. The family's plan to file a civil lawsuit against Target and the Sheriff's department. The Sheriff's Department did not comment. In this case. They were not arrested, According to a 2019, California Department of Justice study. Black Children made up 21% of juvenile arrests but just 5% of the population. The teens say another group of teenagers shoplifted during the incident last weekend, but they were told they couldn't leave the store. While other customers did.
"california department public" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"They coming up after four o'clock. You gotta hear this story doesn't matter who's President. They're still on the attack in Portland. They carried a banner. Showing a Kalishnikov gun and the writing. We don't want fighting. We want revenge, and they attacked the Democratic Party headquarters. Can't blame Trump for this continued violence in Portland and other places. Talk about it after the news said four o'clock all right, So here is my question for you on the vaccines. Yes, every day, sometimes three or four times a show. You're reading this number about vaccines injected into the arms of Californians. But you're getting from Bloomberg News, right? Correct And they get their numbers from the CDC by what is your number today? As of now, Injection Total 8 1,633,075 So back on like January 7th Newsome announced they were going to administer a million doses of the vaccine in 10 days. He also going down times, two with small credit. Then demanded after the 10 days was up. Well. What gives? Did we get a million injections in 10 days? What the response was, we're not sure we have the data. Uh, there are coding errors and data legs that have hampered our efforts to accurately count and publicly report the number of doses administered every day. Yet every day you're reading this number and I don't understand. This is the California Department. Public help you said this. They're saying that it's likely We did get the million mark over 12 days, not 10 days, but we're not entirely sure because we can't trust the data yet. What the hell? It says it's a it's data. From the Centers for Disease Control. I still have to get it from the state in the county and all the local right. Right. So this is the numbers that the states are giving the CDC Uh um it said, then they haven't no at the bottom. Data gathered from government websites. Official statements and Bloomberg interviews. Local governments and the CDC sometimes report different totals for the same jurisdiction. In these cases, Bloomberg uses the higher number because it could take several days for accounts to be reported to databases. Some of this sounds like They don't want to take a chance that we didn't meet Newsome's goal of the million vaccinations because they're they're They're from firing here with with well, they're going into the side of it. There's probably under reporting there. Look, there's delays and getting the data from providers. This is like looking around for extra votes and the election. You're looking around now for extra doses that they could add to the total and try to dodge that over the million Mark Sacramento Bee yesterday. Said their calculations. He had 800,000. He was 200,000 short of his goal. That's what the Sacramento Bee said That was their tabulation. Yeah. Now 800,000 in the 10 days. The thing is, this is like Biden's phony baloney, 100 million vaccines and 100 days. That's all really low bar. Because we have to inject about 32 million adults in this state. So if you get a million done in 10 days That means it would take you 320 days. Or about 11 months almost To get 2 32 million, So it's a terribly slow pace. And it's the worst pace in the nation. What is the point of a million vaccines in 10 days? Even if he got that which he didn't Now they're faking it by saying, right? You nod by the way, That's not a great excuse. Oh, you know what? We we were when data's all screwed up here. Well, we'll let that one second. That's just even worse. Yeah. And if you do the nationwide math, and you think about that 100 million vaccines in 100 days Well, there's over 330 million people in the century so vain thing that's going to take nine months. It's gonna take three times 100 million. Yeah, right. Right. Nine months? Yeah, actually, of course, Biden said today he thinks by July, a lot of people would have been vaccinated. You're going to need 260 million adults vaccinated twice. Unless you know the Johnson and Johnson AstraZeneca. Doses come through because those air one dose treatments so you're gonna eat twice. So you're going to need 5 to 600 million doses to inoculate the entire adult population 18 and over because they're not doing they're not doing under 18. Right now. There were there was no testing for that. Right, some some companies working on a child vaccine, but that's not ready yet. So, Yeah, Biden. That's why that AP reported the question Biden was right to saying Well, wait a second, a million doses a day. 100 days. That stinks because we're at 900,000 already. And you would think three months from now. We'd be doing much better than a million today, right? For 90% to the goal. Now, don't you think and 3.5 months we should be Well past that The same thing here. Who cares about is they wanted the hell are these big round numbers to snow people with and the media prints the big round numbers? It's like, so what? But that's not an accomplishment to do a million in 10 days, and he didn't even reach that. And now they're trying to pretend it's like, Wow. You know, our systems are so terrible where we don't really know. Okay? Well, that's a confidence builder, isn't it? Good lord. Well, we're 50th. Okay? We're 50th. Well, yeah, because if you started at a million, let's just say nobody was vaccinated and we got a million vaccines in 10 days in California, but we got 40 million people. So multiply 40 times 10 400 days to finish the state. And also it's a million six in 38 days. So no matter how you try to spend this thing it is it is a steamer. It is a loser. We are terrible at this and other states. Other big states are much, much better New York and they've had a lot of problems. But there is 56%. Onboard. Where's Texas? Here in New York is saying that they're just about out of vaccine doses? Yeah, I got to get a refill. Yeah, uh and Texas is the 56. So New York in Texas or in 56? There's still you know what? There is no connection between big states of small states. Some small states are doing great. Some small states are doing poorly. Some Democratic states. We're doing great some Republican states of doing poorly. It's not that at all, it's competence. This is a competence question. This Gavin Newsom know what he's doing. No, and everyone has said that out loud Republicans Democrats, medical officials now are saying that Hiss system was too confusing, too complicated, too rigid with too many penalties and it paralyzed everybody. Well, just like they talked about months ago. The Trump should use the Defense Production act to speed up production of like the protective equipment, the masks and everything else is so Biden has invoked it. It allows the film of governed to force companies to increase production of critical supplies during national emergencies. He's invoked it for the vaccine production. Whether or not that makes a difference. I don't know it. Trump should have invoked it. S so it's good that Biden is, but yeah, whether practically that makes any difference. We're going to see so far So far, nothing has made any difference. All their promises turned out to be wise or incompetence. From top to bottom..
California becomes first state to top 3 million virus cases
"Million cases. I'm Lee Scylla. Sarah Fox News, California with the highest number of infections of covert 19 in the country, just under a year since the first case was diagnosed, unless than a month after the state reached two million infections. This as a problem has been detected in a batch of covert vaccine in the state of California epidemiologist is recommending a pause and distributing a specific lot of Madonna vaccine. After a possible allergic reaction and a handful of recipients, Dr Erica Pan says she called for the paws out of an extreme abundance of caution. More than 330,000 doses from the lot have already been distributed in the state. California's Department of Public Health says fewer than 10 people seem to be experiencing a possible allergic reaction during the 24 hour observation period. But during a the CDC and the FDA, they're all looking into it. John
"california department public" Discussed on 790 KABC
"And it's about shut up. That's the next battle that Zen battle all along here, by the way, that is the next battle Thistles, the bench bureau show home of Ben Shapiro. Okay, ABC, Los Angeles Orange County Cumulus Station. Right. Can't ABC News at four o'clock? I'm Kevin Trap. The Los Angeles County Fire Department is experiencing a drastic decline and the test positivity rate and the number of individuals out sick with covert. 19 chief Darryl Osby credits the vaccine shot, which he says is being accepted inside his department at a rate nearing 75%. Parents across California are pressuring state officials to get sports programs back up and running. Aubrey Aquino reports They held hundreds of rallies across California this weekend. Frustrated parents want a seat at the table. They want the governor and state officials to hear their call for their Children to get a chance to play again. Tina Watts is a mom of two student athletes at Rockland High. She rallied for local high school communities to come together and be heard. We have a massive issue, and if we just if he could trust Take action. Now, if our governor and California department public health could just look at the evidence that we have, and we could maybe salvage some of these kids and get them back to the fields where they belong, ultimately want says they just want the opportunity to try and show they can do this safely. Federal authorities are on the lookout for a stolen military vehicle. The FBI is looking for a military Humvee stolen Friday from the National Guard Armory in Belle. $120,000 Camera Flies combat vehicle is upgraded up armored and carrying Ah potential 10 year prison sentence for the thief, the bureau's offering a $10,000 reward for info leading to the recovery of the Humvee. Gymr. Okay. ABC NEWS The New York Times says Rudy Giuliani will not represent President Donald Trump at a second impeachment trial, James flipping reports. It's so not really clear what happens with second impeachment of President Trump, as some reports indicate the articles wouldn't be delivered to the Senate until the 1st 100 days of Biden's presidency. And some argue impeachment is designed to remove a sitting official and as such can apply to a former president either way That Times article argues Trump's advisers hold both impeachment proceedings against Giuliani. It also says there's frustration over his decision to discuss Trump's possible Senate trial. During a TV.
"california department public" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Thank you so much for joining us on this Martin Luther King Day. We'll do it again. Tomorrow. Same time. Same place, same bat channel. Sounds great, John. See you tomorrow. One more hour. Coming up. I'm John Phillip Show live and local. Right here on talk Radio. 7, 90 K. ABC. USC Trojans fight on Here. Let's introduce our boy's guilty. Look. Cumulus station get kitted. Right. Okay. ABC news at two o'clock. I'm Kevin Trap Martin Luther King Jr Day is being observed today I made the threats of powerful winds and brush fires. The National Weather Service is warning of strong damaging winds into Wednesday across L, a inventor, a counties In the mountains. Gus could reach 75 miles an hour and up to 60 miles an hour in the valleys and in Orange County. The winds could prompt Edison to make precautionary power shut offs. Don Jeffries K ABC News There is word of a brush fire on the cone Passmore in traffic in two minutes. Parents across California are pressuring state officials to get sports programs up and running again. Aubrey Aquino reports They held hundreds of rallies across California this weekend. Frustrated parents want a seat at the table. They want the governor and state officials to hear their call for their Children to get a chance to play again. Tina Watts is a mom of two student athletes at Rockland High, She rallied for local high school communities to come together. There and be heard. We have a massive issue, And if we just if they they could dress take action. Now, if our governor and California department public health could just look at the evidence that we have And we could maybe salvage some of these kids and get them back to the fields were going along, ultimately want says they just want the opportunity to try and show they can do this safely. Federal authorities are on the lookout for a stolen military vehicle. The FBI is looking for a military Humvee stolen Friday from the National Guard Armory in Belle. $120,000 Camouflage combat vehicle is upgraded up armored and carrying AH potential 10 year prison sentence for the thief, the bureau's offering a $10,000 reward for info leading to the recovery of the Humvee. Jim wrote. KBC NEWS The New York Times says former Mayor Rudy Giuliani will not represent President Donald Trump in a second impeachment trial, James flipping reports. It's so not really clear what happens with second impeachment of President Trump, as some reports indicate the articles wouldn't be delivered to the Senate until the 1st 100 days of Biden's presidency. And some argue impeachment is designed to remove a sitting official and as such can apply to a former president. Either way, The Times article argues Trump's advisers hold both impeachment proceedings against Giuliani. It also says there's frustration over his decision to discuss Trump's possible Senate trial during a TV interview. Okay, ABC News is sponsored by in and out Burger. There's some things we just know offhand. Like how.
"california department public" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"They recently held hundreds of rallies across California Gay piggies Aubrey Aquino spoke with Rockland mom who spearheaded all local rally. Frustrated parents want a seat at the table. They want the governor and state officials to hear their call for their Children to get a chance to play again. Tina Watts is a mom of two student athletes at Rockland High. She rallied for local high school communities to come together and be heard. We I have a massive issue, and if we just if they could just take action. Now, if our governor and California department public health could just look at the evidence that we have And we could maybe salvage some of these kids and get them back to the fields. Weirding along, ultimately want says they just want the opportunity to try and show they can do this safely. Aubrey Aquino News 23.1 kfbk sports Back up and running in a whole host of of of states all across the country and always going to join us in 15 minutes with more on this Hillgrove is getting his first hospital. Okay, because Jodi Guerrero has the story grows. First Hospital is planning to start operations in 2022, California North State University plans to build a 250 bed facility next to their campus by Interstate five. CNS You is meeting with the Outgrowth Planning Commission next month to finalize the plans, Dean Joseph Silva says students will actually be trained at the facility. Jody Guerrero News 93.1 kfbk in Sacramento this morning. It's quiet, but his NBC News Jacob Ward reports they are preparing for the possibility of violent protests. We have 1000 National Guard personnel and California Highway Patrol on tactical Alert mean they're working extended hours, four blocks is blocked off. We have National guard personnel out in front of basically every Major government office in the area. The FBI has warned of possible armed protests at all. 50 state capitals running through President elect Joe Biden Inauguration which takes place on Wednesday. There are fears of an insider attack on President elect Joe Biden's inauguration Wednesday. Here's KFBK correspondent Michael Kastner. Because of that worry the FBI is vetting old 25,000 National Guard troops in Washington, D. C. The Army said in a statement issued late Sunday that it's working with the Secret Service to learn whether any service members in D C need additional background screening. Security precautions are tighter than usual for Biden's inauguration after a pro trump mob stormed the capital on January 6 an attempt to stop Congress certifying Biden's victory. Michael Kastner at 7 35 on this Monday morning. Here are your top national stories Washington.
"california department public" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"They recently held hundreds of rallies across California and can't be. Kay's Aubrey Aquino spoke with a Rockland mom who spearheaded a local rally. Frustrated parents want a seat at the table. They want the governor and state officials to hear their call for their Children to get a chance to play again. Tina Watts is a mom of two student athletes at Rockland High. She rallied for local high school communities to come together and be heard. We have a massive issue, and if we just if they they could dress take action now, if our governor and California Department. Public health could just look at the evidence that we have And we could maybe salvage some of these kids and get them back to the fields were going along, ultimately want says they just want the opportunity to try and show they can do this safely. Aubrey Aquino News 23.1 KFBK I'll Grove is getting its first hospital. Here's kfbk is Jody Guerrero. Gross First Hospital is planning to start operations in 2022, California, North State University plans to build a 250 bed facility next to their campus by Interstate five C. An S U. Is meeting with the Outgrowth Planning Commission next month to finalize the plans, Dean Joseph Silva says students will actually be trained at the facility. Jody Guerrero News 93.1 KFBK in Sacramento this morning. It's quiet. But as NBC News Jacob Ward says they are preparing for the possibility of violent protests. We have 1000 National Guard personnel. And California Highway Patrol on Tactical Alert Me They're working extended hours, four blocks is blocked off. We have National guard personnel out in front of basically every major government office in the area. The FBI has warned of possible armed protests at 50 state capitals running through President elect Joe Biden's inauguration, which of course is on Wednesday. There are fears of an insider attack on President elected Joe Biden's inauguration Wednesday. Here's KFBK correspondent Michael Kastner. Because of that worry the FBI is vetting old 25,000 National Guard troops in Washington, D. C. The Army said in a statement issued late Sunday that it's working with the Secret Service to learn whether any service members in D C need additional background screening. Security precautions are tighter than usual for Biden's inauguration after a pro trump mob stormed the capital on January 6 an attempt to stop Congress certifying Biden's victory. Michael Kastner, 5 35 the time on this Monday morning. Here are your top national stories.
Phil Spector, music producer and murderer, dies at 81
"Convicted murderer with a long history of physically and mentally abusing his partners and colleagues, a man who transformed the sound of popular music rarely if ever, in the contrast between the person and the artist had been more pronounced than in the case of Phil Specter, the American producer who's died at the age of 81. His death was confirmed not by family friends or a publicist, but by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. That's because the man who invented the wall of sound died inside the walls of a prison where he was serving his sentence for shooting dead the actress Lana Clarkson shortly after meeting her in
"california department public" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Moments ago, saying impeachment will make it easier to purge Trump from the Republican Party. The New York Times, citing people familiar with the matter when it reported that the Kentucky Republican is pleased and approves with the Democrats, latest impeachment efforts. They also claim McConnell has told his associates that he believes President Trump has committed impeachable offenses for his role in last week's violence at the Capitol. And again the California Department public Health confirming today that the Greater Sacramento region will be exiting the stay at home order can't come soon enough for supervisor Suck no supervisors who Frost, who was one of the organizers of an open Cal now conference just this past weekend. One thing we learned is that there is some devastating mental, spiritually physical and economic impact from the lockdown. I like to tell people there's more than one way to die than co bit Cove. It's not the only way to die, and so we have to think about the overall health of our communities. We also learned a lot about The economic impact and why the state may not be worried about the economics. Because really, when the economist came on, and we're gonna be posting these panel discussions online, we're breaking down those lectures. And we're gonna have those at reopened Cal now dot com as soon as we can get him on their butt. Economists and the experts and business Dr Justin Adams from Davis and John Cabot check from National Federation of Independent Businesses. What we learned from them is that the economy is coming along and things were going great. The only problem is it's It's the large businesses and online businesses that are doing great. It's the small little guy that's being left behind. A little mom and pop restaurants and small businesses that are deemed non essential that are being shut down that are being left behind. Frost acknowledged keeping people safe is a priority. But she says she's very focused on keeping the free economy afloat as well. There's something really important, kitty that and that probably the biggest reason I got involved in this aside from saving life with American independence. Without capitalism. We can't be free. And so if we kill capitalism, what what will happen? So I think it's really important for us to Think about if you're killing business on one side and drawing down trillions of dollars from the federal government to give to people who can't get hoping their business At some point, someone's gonna have to pay that money back if you cut off revenues, who's going to do that? The money won't keep flowing so I think it's important for us to find treatments on and save lives and also To consider all the impacts of the lockdown and not to mention our Children. There are statistics around the impact on this generation of Children. This isolation is you're gonna have an impact on that generation and being out of school for a year. And again that is Sacramento District four supervisor Sue Frost. And their whole conversation is that kpk dot com The afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil and just to reiterate the greater Second region is exiting the stay at home order. So what? That doesn't put us back into the purple tear, obviously still some restrictions, but not his owner, says the state home order. So you can check online for more that, innit? It should post momentarily. All right. 5 51 trap from weather together right now, let's hear from Dana..
Next in line for California’s COVID-19 vaccine? Teachers and first responders
"The corona virus pandemic continues to rage across California, but there is some hope on the horizon. Vaccines are going into the arms of medical professionals across southern California, and more doses are on the way. His KCRW's Matt Dillon Reports. Governor Gavin Newsom announced yesterday that educators could be among those who are next in line to get the shots as frontline. Health care workers continue getting their first round of the vaccine efforts to inoculate those living and working in long term care facilities like nursing homes kicked off this week. Next up. Newsome says teachers could join other frontline workers like those in food distribution, childcare and agriculture along with people over age 75 as part of the second wave of vaccinations, he's hopeful that phase could begin by as soon as January. Grand Schuster, the president of the Anaheim Secondary Teachers Association, tells the Orange County Register he appreciates the focus on educators. However, he says the lingering question is whether or not school districts will require teachers to get the shot. Expects that conversation will be had in many districts across the state. California Department of Education says it has yet to receive distribution plans. Officials estimate more than 260,000 doses of the vaccine have already been doled out by the end of the week. California should have received nearly two million doses from Fizer and Moderna. KCRW. I'm Matt
SolarWinds hackers breached US Treasury officials’ email accounts
"Attackers stage. A dry run get solar winds in october. Two thousand nineteen. Yahoo news is sources. Say the operators of the attack conducted a test of the campaign five months before the supply chain attack began in earnest. This test sent files without back. Doors through signed updates to orion seemingly detest they would actually be delivered and detected and updated. Faq by solar winds indicates that this was the first modification to its updates. It was aware of in related. News and analysis by the wall street journal farsight security and risk iq identified twenty four organizations that installed solar ones orion platform with militias backdoors installed including cisco intel invidia. Vm-ware belkin kent state university the california department of state hospitals and deloitte nso group spyware reportedly used against journalists a new report from security researchers at citizen lab at the university of toronto details. How government operatives used the pegasus spyware from nso group to attack the phones of thirty-six journalists producers and executives at al jazeera as well as journalist at el arab tv in london the attack was carried out using the click kismet exploit chain and i message that worked against phones running. Iowa's thirteen dot five dot one or earlier. Apple said at pets vulnerabilities seemingly with iowa's fourteen. Cia agents exposed with stolen data. A new report in foreign policy looks at the impact of data stolen by state-backed groups and other ap tease round twenty thirteen. The cia began to notice that undercover operatives in africa and europe began to be rapidly identified by chinese operatives. This marked a period where the us intelligence community noted a general professionalization of china's intelligence operations building infrastructure to process that data. They were already collecting both officially and illicitly as well as general rooting out of corruption that previously led to deep penetration into the chinese government. In the early two thousands china began tracking flights and passenger lists it also when after biometric data at airports like at bangkok this information was correlated with data gathered on an attack at the office of personnel management in two thousand twelve which leaked personal data from twenty one point five million people that data could be analyzed to figure out who was a us agent pair that information with travel data and you could figure out who from china those agents met with and with the background data indicating who might be approached at becoming sa asset europol. The european commission launch a new decryption platform. This platform was lodged in collaboration with the european commission's joint research center designed to aid authorities in decrypt information that is obtained lawfully in criminal investigations and managed by your oppose european cybercrime centre functionally. This platform will use in-house expertise with both software and hardware tools to provide effective assistance to national member. state investigations. National police forces from member states can now send lawfully obtained evidence to europol for decryption.