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"From ABC News, I'm flooded out stranded people are being rescued by California National Guard and police agencies as a river floods and kernville and another river breaks through a levee and Monterey county. Another big storm hits millions in California and Nevada. You can hear the poop of a chunk of wet snow falling from the wet buried roof in south Lake Tahoe, California, belonging to Vicky Herbert. What the? Is going on? Did you just see that? I just, like, I'm a little worried that the roof's got to go. Soup. As President Biden gets ready to head here to California to meet with the leaders of the UK and Australia and to talk about gun control, The White House says he spoke on Saturday to governor Gavin Newsom about the continued extreme weather. Heavy rains have caused flooding and mudslides, President Biden in recent days approved an emergency declaration for California, the two also talked about the failure of Silicon Valley bank Newsom says work is underway to protect jobs livelihoods and the innovation ecosystem that relied on the bank. Alex stone ABC News. Los Angeles. Startup CEO Stephane called worried it will take months to get the company's funds forcing it to either go into debt or shut down altogether. Unless someone comes in and is able to support Silicon Valley bank through an acquisition through other means, a lot of us are going to be in a very painful situation very quickly. The tipping point coming this week when Silicon Valley bank announced it was selling assets to shore up its finances. That sparked a run on the bank, leading to the FDIC, shutting a down Friday. ABCs get Jacqueline Lee. Ukrainian sniper fire from fortified buildings further west has made a thin strip of open ground in the city of bakhmut, a killing zone for Russian and private army troops that according to British military officials. Most Americans turn clocks ahead one hour overnight as daylight saving time comes back. You're listening to ABC News. From the wi OD, 24 hour traffic
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"Link trees and vehicles submerged in floodwaters, more than 14 million people were under high wind warnings on Friday. Law enforcement officials say justice has been served in the Alec Murdoch double murder case, chief of the South Carolina law enforcement division, Mark keel, says Murdoch was rightfully found guilty for the murders of his wife and youngest son. And today is not the end. It's the next step in a long road to justice. For every person who has been victimized by Alex Murdoch. He added anyone who ate at Murdoch in his crimes will also be brought to justice the once wealthy high profile attorney was sentenced to life behind bars, his lawyers plan to appeal. Three children were killed two other children injured after being stabbed in a home in the small Texas town of Italy, about 40 miles south of Dallas, Jim Forbes has more. The Ellis county sheriff's office says child protective services had gone to the home and discovered the victims. When we arrived, we found multiple victims on scene three deceased victims were found inside the home. All victims were children, two children were taken to local hospitals. Ellis county sheriff's deputy Jerry Cosby says a suspect was taken into custody, but gave no other details, KX TV reports, family members have said the suspect is the children's mother. I'm Jim Forbes. The U.S. and Germany are calling on Russia to end its war against Ukraine, President Biden met with the German Chancellor at The White House Friday to discuss ongoing support for Ukraine, speaking from the Oval Office Biden said the two leaders are continuing to put pressure on Russia to end the war now. I'm Brad Siegel. Former president Donald Trump is asking for a 6 month delay in his civil fraud case brought by the New York attorney general. Lisa Taylor has more. If granted, that would push his trial to early 2024, when the presidential primary race heats up, the former president's attorneys claimed the current dates go against his right to have a reasonable amount of time to prepare newly filed court documents also show the judge indicated the trial would start as planned in October, no matter the case. I'm Lisa Taylor. Rescue and recovery efforts are underway in the San Bernardino mountains where many communities have been buried in several feet of snow for about a week now. Daniel martindale has more from California. California National Guard troops began arriving in the region on Thursday, less than a day after governor Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency for San Bernardino and Los Angeles counties. Hundreds of residents of crestline Lake arrowhead running springs
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"A spring offensive? Has it in fact already begun? Well, certainly the Russians have and it's not going well for them. They're just stalling out. Ukrainian spring offensive. No, it is not begun. They are very carefully with good planning and very good strategic and tactical thought and plans preparing for a spring offensive. We don't know exactly where it will be on the 800 mile front line. And we don't really know. And if we didn't know, we ought not be telling anybody, but the fact is we don't know. But the equipment is flowing in. That's one of the things we saw when we were in Poland where about 80% of the equipment flows through coal and we are right at the board and a big 7 47 arrived as we did. And by the time we got to the airfield, we got off our own plane. That there's munitions. We're talking about heavy immunizations. 155 millimeter artillery and rockets of all kinds was on the tarmac and was being loaded onto various vehicles to get into Ukraine and on the front line. We looked at all the documentation. We followed it all the way from the American arsenal. Same things happening with the NATO company countries. This is great firsthand information that we wouldn't be hearing from anyone else congressman. So they're using the big cargo version of the 747 to get stuff over there. John Kirby today talked about this very effort, weapons going in, but Ukrainian forces coming out so we can train them. The spokesman, of course, for the national security apparatus at The White House. Listen. You're not wasting this time. We are taking battalions of Ukrainian soldiers out of Ukraine to a site outside the country and training them on what we call combined arms maneuver. This is really important congressman and it's a massive training program that I know The Pentagon recently expanded. Are we using our time wisely as we prepare for spring? I think we are. And that's an example of it. And it's not just the United States. The NATO countries are doing the same. And this combined arms is really not new to the Ukrainians. Obviously, they significantly expanded their army and military, but the United States has been in Ukraine since 2014 when Russia invade the first time that was in Crimea and the Donbass eastern area. We have been there in fact the California National Guard and other elements of National Guard around the nation have been in Ukraine training their soldiers on how to use combined arms. And this is air, artillery, armaments, various and as well as infantry. So all of that is underway and it is the build up together with the arrival of the equipment for a spring offensive and in Russia knows it. So they're trying to get ahead. That is Russia is trying to get ahead with its own offense. But it's not going well for Russia. It hasn't gone well for Russia from the get go here. You just came back from the region and so did President Biden, congressman. I wonder how important you think it is having made that journey already. For more American politicians, like yourself, to make the way to Kyiv to walk around with your head high, even in the presence of air raid sirens, as we saw with the president's trip this week, how important is the American presence in Ukraine's capital? It's very, very important. And many of my colleagues have gone this trip. We were looking at a special part of it that is the well of equipment. We did not go into Ukraine, but many of my colleagues have. And I think it's very, very important. I think the president's trip was absolutely astounding and outstanding. He showed extraordinary leadership standing with an extraordinary leader, zelensky, these two men have really led the way to think about this when Donald Trump left office two years and two months ago, NATO was really on its knees. It really had been torpedoed by Trump and Trump basically dismissed it over and over and over again. And united and the European Union similarly had lost faith in America and France and Germany were in the process of putting together a different defense alliance because they at that time believed that the United States would not stand with them. So Biden comes along and within one year had assembled the strongest alliance in the world, not just NATO and all of the European Union and wisely allowed the European countries to go first. And cemented in place in extraordinary alliance of a 140 countries around the world that are in that are opposed both politically and in many, many cases with money and armaments to help Ukraine fight its battle for its freedom and its democracy. Congressman, I appreciate your making the journey and sharing some of it with us. Thank you for being with us today, John garamendi. The Democrat from California on the armed services committee with a firsthand view of the billions of dollars in weaponry that we are sending to Ukraine and that critical crossing point in Poland. We want to assemble the panel. We're going to spend the rest of the hour with Rick Davis and Jeannie chansa no Bloomberg politics contributors who were with us, of course, on this day, one year ago. Your thoughts today, Rick, knowing that this was supposed to be over in 5 days. Remember, Keith was going to fall when Vladimir Putin railroaded through Kyiv. Yeah, this is one of the things I've been most impressed by president zelensky, who had earlier in the week, said every analyst that had predicted what was going to happen during the course of this last year, not just the first 5 days, has been wrong. This has been probably the most poorly forecast battle in history. And has now become the largest war ground war in Europe since World War II. So it's not like you could miss it. So I think this is probably the same elixir that we're going to have for this year, right? If you believe you know, what's going to happen as an outcome by 2023, forget it. Everybody was wrong in 22. And nobody's gotten any better at it this year than they were last year. Jeannie, let's talk about this peace plan offered by China. What is Beijing trying to do here is this kind of a favor. It did Vladimir Putin ask them to do this. So he could regroup for an offensive or actually does he want them to bring this to some sort of an end that saves the Donbass and Crimea for Russia? No, you know, I think China is doing what it's doing in its own best interest and, of course, Vladimir Putin is trying to wait this out. He is looking quite frankly at the split screens, for instance, we see in the U.S. and not just the U.S. between east Palestine and Ukraine, but across Europe, and he is saying to himself, if I can hold out as long as it takes is what the president said, but that's also what president Putin said, as long as it takes the longer he thinks he can hold out the better chance he thinks he has of watching this allied force collapse under domestic pressure and he then will have his win, so I don't think China is doing this for Russia. I think China is doing what it feels it's in its best interest, which is some kind of negotiated peace that favors Russia. And of course, that's not something that NATO or the United States is going to accept or certainly Ukraine. Listen to Anthony blinken today again before the UN Security Council describing the toll this has taken on Russia. Russia has lost by public accounts either killed or wounded 200,000 people. A million Russians have fled the country since last February, including the most educated, the best and the brightest. I know one guy who is right about the Russian military a year ago and it was Rick Davis. When he said, don't believe what you're hearing from Moscow. This is a group known for drunkenness and sloth that's a direct quote, Rick. What's left in the Russian military? Well, I mean, conscripts, prisoners. We hear every day of Russian prisoners being either captured or fled the Russian ranks and who are talking out loud about the dismal conditions that exist within the Russian military. And
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"Bidens will attend today's memorial service for Reed who died last month after a long battle with cancer The Supreme Court is considering the Biden administration's vaccination mandate on large employers during oral arguments justice Elena Kagan said mandates are absolutely necessary during a deadly public health crisis There's nothing else that will perform that function better than incentivizing people strongly to vaccinate themselves Attorney Scott Keller argued the government mandate is too broad and that scores of workers would choose to quit The California National Guard is being deployed to ramp up statewide COVID-19 testing The governor's office says the acron variant is spreading rapidly and makes up at least 80% of COVID-19 cases in the state Governor Gavin Newsom announced 200 members will help with staffing and assisting with Watkins That's the latest I'm Julie Ryan And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom The hospitalization rate of COVID patients is on the rise again and the facilities are reporting more children are among those admitted with illness The CDC is reporting that children under 5 who are too young to get the vaccine are being hospitalized at double the rate than a month ago In New York hospital admissions for that age group rose 8 fold in the last three weeks and many of the children in the hospital are also older eligible for the vaccine but still haven't gotten it yet Governor Kathy hoko announced changes to the rules for visitors at nursing homes The new rules were unveiled as part of the governor's COVID-19 briefing yesterday beginning Wednesday visitors will need to show proof of a negative COVID test within 24 hours of their visit and wear a surgical mask as opposed to a cloth one We're starting to see an increase in cases in our nursing homes as much as we've done to protect them As part of the requirement governor hoku said nursing homes will be providing enough test kits although it is preferred visitors take the test at home prior to visiting No jab no job Citigroup was the first major Wall Street bank to impose a strict COVID-19 vaccine mandate get a shot by January 14th or face getting fired That according to a message to staff seen by Bloomberg mobile sports betting has arrived in New York Bloomberg's Michael Barr reports New York's gaming commission says that four of the 9 mobile sports wagering operators selected in November have been approved to accept beds starting today The announcement effects Caesar's sports book DraftKings FanDuel and rush street interactive The gaming commission says the other 5 are in the process of meeting regulatory requirements State elected officials approved mobile sports betting in April and have estimated it could bring in up to $500 million in tax revenue annually In New York Michael Barr Bloomberg radio Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm susannah Palmer This.
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"The Bloomberg business act This is Bloomberg radio Now a global news update President Biden is among the top Democrats converging on Nevada to pay tribute to the late Senate majority leader Harry Reid Biden in the First Lady arrived in Las Vegas last night after surveying the damage caused by a massive wildfire near Denver The bidens will attend today's memorial service for Reed who died last month after a long battle against cancer The Nevada Democrat will lie in state in the U.S. capitol on Wednesday The Supreme Court is considering the Biden administration's vaccination mandate on large employers during oral arguments justice Elena Kagan said mandates are absolutely necessary during a deadly public health crisis that's unprecedented in modern times There's nothing else that will perform that function better than incentivizing people strongly to vaccinate themselves Attorney Scott Keller argued the government mandate is too broad and that scores of workers would choose to quit The California National Guard is being deployed to ramp up statewide COVID-19 testing Scott Carr has more Gavin Newsom's office announced 200 members will help with a staff backfill boost capacity and help with walk ins Members will be in some Los Angeles County testing sites including van nuys and Pasadena The office says the Akron variant is spreading rapidly and makes up at least 80% of COVID cases in the state now Over 14 tons of ground beef are being recalled because of E. coli Authorities say meat from interstate meat distributors packaged on December 20th may be contaminated with the dangerous bacteria Officials say they're concerned some contaminated beef may already be in consumers refrigerators or freezers The meat was sold in Arizona California Nevada Utah Washington Wyoming and Oregon Actor Nicolas Cage and his wife are expecting a baby His publicist has confirmed that 58 year old cage and his 27 year old wife RICO shibata are parents to be cage has two other children from previous relationships No word yet on a due date or the sex of the baby I'm Julie Ryan Vice president Kamala Harris communications director is apologizing for a 2010 tweet asking for the deportation of undocumented immigrants Brian schuck reports Jamal Simmons tweeted in 2010 about two immigrants who were being shown on MSNBC asking why ice didn't deport the pair He tweeted an apology on Friday for the old tweet which resurfaced just a day after he was announced as Harris new communications director Simmons said for the record I've never advocated for nor believe that dreamers should be targeted by ice agents I'm Bryan shook Citigroup employees have until January 14th to prove their fully vaccinated or face termination Matt mattson has more The bank will be the first major Wall Street group to enforce a vaccine mandate employees who don't submit proof of vaccination will be placed on unpaid leave and their last day of employment will be January 31st Citigroup first notified its employees of the policy in October CEO Jane foster says the decision was made to comply with President Biden's vaccine executive order since the bank is a federal contractor I met mattson The Republican National Committee is narrowing the search for his 2024 presidential convention The short list includes Pittsburgh Milwaukee Nashville and Salt Lake City a decision by Republican leaders is expected in the spring Democrats were supposed to go to Milwaukee in 2020 but opted for a virtual convention due to the COVID pandemic Scotland could be pardoning nearly 4000 accused witches executed from the 16th to 18th century a 2021 petition with over 3400 signatures called for the Scottish government to pardon and memorialize those found guilty primarily unmarried women over the age of 40 First minister Nicola Sturgeon leader of the Scottish national party has since expressed support of the petition signaling a formal apology may soon be coming from the Scottish government after 500 years I'm Julie Ryan And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg news room Healthcare workers in New York are now being required to get the COVID-19 booster Under the new order healthcare workers are now required to get their shot within two weeks of becoming eligible for a booster There's no religious exemption but a medical exemption is allowed and there is no testing option The port of New York and New Jersey is working to clear a small but rare bottleneck of container ships anchored off the coast of Long Island This has COVID-19 cases among dock workers collide with a pandemic fueled surge in cargo volumes More from Bloomberg's Denise fellow graining The average weighted anchor for container carriers at the port was 4.75 days of the final week of 2021 compared with an average of 1.6 days for all of last year Jim McNamara is a spokesperson for the international longshoreman's association He says the number of its members unavailable to work because of COVID is running at about 350 a day Still he calls the impact slight because some crews are returning from quarantine or illnesses and others are available from cruise ship terminals to these Pellegrini Bloomberg radio Well the first signs of trouble may be in the making for inflated markets To Bank of America strategists including Michael hartnett a bubble is popping in assets including cryptocurrencies palladium long duration technology stocks and other historically risky areas of the market The winding down and speculative areas comes as investors brace for the Federal Reserve to pick up the pace of policy tightening may be even at the march meeting Julia coronado is president and founder of macro policy perspectives The fed does have scope to be sort of methodical but the stronger the data are the more.
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"Not agree to the extension. Tropical depression on re is lingering over parts of the Northeast after making landfall along the coast of Rhode Island on Sunday, National Hurricane Center meteorologist Daniel Brown, the main press is going to be heavy rainfall. We still expect total rainfall of about 36 inches over portions of Long Island and New England, southeastern New York, New Jersey Through today. Forecasters say the remnants of an re are expected to move to the east and eventually head out to the Atlantic. You're listening to NPR news. In Washington. At 6 31. This is KCRW news. I'm Matt Gillam. Orange County Health officials say they're seeing signs that the latest Delta field surge of the coronavirus pandemic may be reaching a peak. Over the past two months, OC has seen numbers that would have put the put the county in the purple or most restrictive tier of the state's former covid blueprint. OC Healthcare Agency doctor Clayton Chow says that could be changing. But for the last few days that number has dropped to the red here. Hopefully, we will continue, if not continue to keep at that level or drop. Officials say they're bracing for numbers to rise as students return to the classroom. Chow says he's hopeful that kids are adhering to mask wearing requirements on campus. That is, despite some parents in Orange County, loudly opposing mask mandates. The report is that there has been very few Incident and in fact in most school, public school and private school kids with having no big deal and weighing math at all. More than 570. People are currently hospitalized with the virus in OC officials say about 21% of ICU beds are available in the county and nearly 70% of ventilators. High number of students at Cal State universities are struggling to pass required courses so much so that CSU is looking into system wide reform to help students graduate KCRW's Xena Tahar explains. Some classes offered at Cal State universities are notoriously challenging. For example, at Sacramento State, more than a third of students in physics, economics, computer science in anthropology classes end up failing or withdrawing. So CSU officials are working on giving struggling students more support and boosting graduation rates by targeting classes that have high DFW rates. DFW is in grades D and F or withdraw. The school system is looking to overhaul those classes where more than 20% of students get the failing grades through restructuring courses, improving teaching methods and giving students more resources outside of class through tutoring services and collaborative study. Xena Tahar. The CSU board of trustees is set to consider recommendations to give more support to Latino, black and low income students next month. And finally, a nearly 100 acre solar farm could be coming to L. A county. The California National Guard says it is planning to set up the array on 99 acres at the joint Forces Training base, Los Alamitos. Not completely set in stone, yet they are currently studying the environmental impacts. Support for NPR comes from C three. A. I C three AI software enables.
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"You know the news this morning, Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg urging people to be vigilant and of tomorrow's presidential inauguration cave because Nick um a goddess with more Steinberg has worked to coordinate local state and federal response to the California Capitol threats in the aftermath of the U. S. Capitol attack on January 6 last week, Governor Gavin Newsom activated the California National Guard to protect government buildings in the capital city.
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"We look at recent events way know that the fight that Dr King was engaged in is still fighting America flight includes health care. So the nation's top infectious disease doctor, Anthony Fauci, We all know that in so many aspects of life The bland and black people get the short end of the stick and things when it comes to help. He was accepting an award from the National Action Network. The coronavirus pandemics. Death tolls approaching, 400,000. Governors say there needs to be more vaccines distributed Doctor she shot dean of Brown University School of Public Health was asked when the general population could expect to get a shot. If everything goes well, I can imagine the average person without those risk factors. Starting to build to get access to vaccines in April or May. Obviously, if things don't get go well, it'll start it'll slip into June. Financial markets are closed today in observance of the Martin Luther King Jr holiday. You're listening. To ABC News from California's Capital City. This is Sacramento's news 93.1. Hey, FBK. Good afternoon 12 to 1 data has with your top local stories. Well, Vice President elect Kabila, Harris is no longer a U. S. Senator and Wilmington, Delaware, NBC News Alley. Batali's, says Harris will be using her new role as president of the Senate to help the Biden administration's agenda. Kamila Harris is going to be key there. She's also going to be someone who plays the role of tiebreaker there. Harris formally resigned in a letter to Governor Newsome today's already announced her successor in the Senate, California Secretary of State Alex Padilla will fill out the remainder of Harris Senate term. California National Guard will be a common site for people are going around downtown for the next several days. Tanks and troops are scattered all around the area to protect government buildings ahead of any potential unrest. Saturday was first day 1000 Guardsmen deployed around the capital city, Sacramento police the CHP also working together to secure government building and keeps building to keep everyone safe end of this week's presidential inauguration. The.
"california national guard" Discussed on KCRW
"51. This is the California report. Good morning. I'm Saul Gonzalez in Los Angeles In two days and a few hours, Joe Biden will be sworn in as president of the United States because of the threat of possible violence by far right and white nationalist groups. Security is high, both in Washington, D C and Sacramento Although it was calm over the weekend, hundreds of armed California National Guard soldiers have been deployed around the state Capitol building. And nearby federal and state courthouses and temporary barriers and fencing have also been put up. Governor Gavin Newsom says the measures are necessary in light of the attack on the U. S. Capitol building the week before last California will take every necessary measure. Protect public safety and our democratic principles and to ensure that those disgraceful actions are not repeated here. Meanwhile, California cities are making their own preparations for possible inauguration related unrest in Los Angeles. The LAPD is stepping up patrols around government buildings and landmarks and city Hall staffers who are still coming into their offices during the pandemic. Are being urged to work from home in San Francisco. The police Department says additional officers will be on duty on Inauguration Day, Kamila Harris will officially resign her California U S Senate seat later today as she prepares to be sworn in as vice president. On Wednesday. Harris is appointed successor, California Secretary of State Alex Padilla. Is also waiting to be sworn in. But he's already calling for the legalization of undocumented immigrants working an essential services. KQED s immigration editor Tiki Hendricks has more Early this month, Padilla reached out to California immigrant rights leaders to talk about how to reverse President Trump's punitive immigration policies, he says this year is a chance to.
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"Trending on this Monday morning this morning, members of the California National Guard were stationed at the Capitol, and you could expect this to be a common sight in downtown Sacramento for the next several days. Here's kfbk Sneaker McGahee, tanks and troops are scattered all around the area to protect government buildings ahead of any potential and rust. Saturday was the first day 1000 Guardsmen deployed around the capital city. Sacramento Police and the CHP are also working together to secure government buildings and keep everyone safe ahead of this week's presidential inauguration. Nikola Gaul. His news 93.1 can PK Elsewhere in the news this morning, Airbnb will cancel all reservations made in Sacramento linked to hate groups ahead of this week's presidential inauguration. Officials with Airbnb say that any bookings made by guess associated with a violent hate group will be canceled. They will also be banned from Airbnb. The California Highway Patrol is also on high alert leading up to Wednesday's inauguration of President elected Joe Biden. Here's kfbk is Dina Kodiak. The alert allows the CHP to increase the number of officers available to help protect the state's roadways, Buildings and the state Capitol in Sacramento. Will patrol Commissioner Amanda Ray said in a statement. The CHP has worked closely with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies to ensure the outcome of the election will be respected and that any protests which may occur are free from violence. The CHP previously ordered state wide tactical alerts on Election Day and during demonstrations following the police killings of George Floyd and Briana Taylor. Dina Kodiak News 93.1 KFBK. Also in the news this morning, a new variant of the coronavirus phone in the Bay Area has been linked to an outbreak at Kaiser permanently and San Jose KFBK. He's Marshall Benson has more state health officials are reporting that the nuke over 19 variant is not the same one that was first detected in the UK. However, this version was located in multiple areas across California, Santa Clara County health officials say it was found in several large outbreaks in the county, including at Kaiser Permanente San Jose Medical Center, where a Christmas Day outbreak infected at least 90 emergency room staff members and several page Shin's Marshall Benson News 93.1 KFBK Governor Gavin Newsom's brother in law, Joshua Irwin. Schiller has been arrested for alleged domestic violence. Police responded to a disturbance at a residence and found that Schiller had reportedly committed an act of domestic violence. The victim, who is the sister of Governor Newsome's wife suffered minor injuries. Schiller was booked in at Marin County Jail. Time now is coming up on the 505. It is time for our featured audio clip this hour. This is something that we do it five minutes past every hour on our program. Every single morning we bring you an audio clip that you may not have heard or may be seen on a local newscast and network newscast, giving you a little bit different perspective on the day's events. Right now we're gonna talk a little bit about the impeachment. There were 10 Republicans who voted to impeach President Trump in the House of Representatives. At least one Republican congressman who voted to impeach President Trump. Maybe having a bit of buyer's remorse this morning. Congressman Peter Mayer. He's a freshman Republican from Michigan, admitted on ABC is this week that he may have ended his political career with that vote. It is our featured audio clip in our Monday morning wrap of the Sunday morning talk shows. Are you concerned? You ended your career with that vote? I may very well have, but I think it's also important that we have elected leaders who are not thinking solely bullets in their individual. Self interest, not what is going to be politically expedient, but what we actually need for the country. It's not lost on me that I hold the seat that Gerald Ford held from 1948 to 1973. He committed a courageous act when he parted Richard Nixon, but it ended his political career going forward. You know, I think that is the obviously don't want to follow in the footsteps in terms of the next election. Interesting that the new congressman Peter Mayer, from Michigan invokes the name of Gerald Ford, who, very famously or infamously pardoned Richard Nixon. And says this might be the end of my career. You just wonder if some of them got caught up in the heat of the moment last week cast their ballot. They saw no evidence. There was no testimony. There were no hearings. And this was rammed through and now they're going back to their district and talking to their base, And those constituents, in some cases are not happy with them, right Voting against the president. So he's not the only one. I saw a couple of others who are having some second thoughts about casting that vote Enter on the Republican side, I might add. Yes. Oh now Kristina and moves forward to the Senate and the debates going to be and we'll play more clips during our future. Our clips throughout the morning. Because this was a hot topic on the Monday morning talk shows. What happens in the United States Senate? Is it constitutional to even have a new Senate vote on an out of a president who's already out of office? In terms of impeachment number one right And should they be doing this? Well, I mean there. There's some motivation here to try to keep President Trump from running ever again on. That would be some of the motivation that Democrats have behind pursuing impeachment. As a zwei move forward with the Joe Biden administration. Others would just like to leave it and move on and forget that chapter and move on with your Biden. So this goes, this goes right to the heart of exactly what you're talking about, because there are those who were saying Democrats gonna go forward with this just so that Trump can't run again. 2024 Willie Brown comes out this morning. In the San Francisco colonel. Interesting read has written opinion piece saying this is the LAPD impeachment of Donald Trump a hearing in the Senate. The last thing that Joe Biden administration needs well, it definitely will be a distraction in the early days is as he tries to implement and he's got an ambitious Schedule of things he wants to do in the 1st 100 days, not to mention that he's got a cabin he wants to get approved by Congress. I mean, he wants to get his people in place. Well, that would be interesting to see if it's seen as a distraction or seen as something the country has to do, Right. All right, let's get you caught up in your national story from ABC News I'm daring are holding her getting 100 Million Americans vaccinated against Covert 19 would be an ambitious goal with any.
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"The 5 80 interchange. Dublin Interchange. A report of a Christmas tree in the right lane. Joe McConnell for KQED. Tis the season. Thank you, Joe. Traffic support comes from good eggs coming up on here. And now this morning at the end of another president a week in Washington, Donald Trump is or I should say unprecedented. Donald Trump is the first president to be impeached twice. A Senate trial won't be held until after Joe Biden takes office, and Biden is focused on his agenda to slow the pandemic here now covers it all coming up today at noon. Right now. The time is 5 30. Live from KQED News. I'm Brian what Governor Gavin Newsom says he is increasing security ahead of next week's presidential inauguration following last week's attack on the U. S. Capitol. Newsome says he has deployed 1000, California National Guard troops to work with the California Highway Patrol to protect infrastructure in and near the state capital. CHP has refused to issue permits for rallies that had been planned there, and state officials have erected to temporary chain link fence around the area, bolstering other temporary and permanent barriers. This week, Federal authorities warn that extremist groups were potentially targeting all 50 state capitals. Aboard that governs the Oakland Coliseum complex is expected to vote today on whether to volunteer its use as a covert 19 vaccination site. KQED is Nina Thorsen reports. Coliseum. Spacious parking lots are better known for her epic tailgates than medical procedures, but they were used for drive up flu shots and covert 19 testing in November, when the complex also served as an early voting center. The Coliseum is jointly owned by the city of Oakland and the Oakland A's who recently bought Alameda County Sheriff. The site is president Dave Cavil tweeted on Thursday that the team is working with several providers to make the vaccinations happen. Similar plans are in the works for Levi Stadium and other Bay Area sports venues. The timing, of course, depends on an ample supply of vaccines and people to administer the shots becoming available. I'm needed. Thorsen KQED news. Berkeley Unified Parents are re energizing their push to get kids back into classrooms. Ah group gathered this week with their kids for a city in in Berkeley's 1000 Oaks Elementary School. Quds, Vanessa Ron Kanye reports six year old Felix Whittaker was crouched on the pavement outside the school entrance, writing a letter that red I know my yen and my teacher. Who's it addressed to the.
"california national guard" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Called for armed protests, potential threats that grow out of the January 6th streets of the capital later Pence, mate. Trip to meet with some National Guard troops guarding the capital. He had words of encouragement to deliver to the American people. A safe inauguration, but authorities acknowledge the next week could be difficult. Steve Futterman CBS NEWS California governor, Gavin Newsom has signed an order authorizing the use of 1000, California National Guard personnel in this very seriously and the point significant resource is to protect public safety. Critical infrastructure and First Amendment rights. But let me be clear there will be no tolerance for violence with vaccine distribution slower than expected. Kobe cases have also been surging, especially in states like California and Arizona. CBS is Chris Martinez. The urgency to vaccinate comes as coping 19 deaths are up by 10% or more in 25 states. Compared to last week. Arizona now has the worst covert infection rate in the country. At Valley Medical Center in Phoenix. Covert patients now fill all but one floor. It's all called it all the time. The great majority of patients that come in now are sicker. The U. S government has executed a drug trafficker for his involvement in a syriza of murders in Virginia's capital city in 1992, the death of 52 year old Kory Johnson. Comes despite claims by his lawyers that the lethal injection would cause excruciating pain due to lung damage from his recent covert 19 infection. It's the second federal execution this week. This is CBS News, Traffic and Weather Together, the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Add one of three we begin downtown where we have work crews both ways in the O'Neill Tunnel. No major delay, but the North bound side as a double right lane closure. The South bound side. The right lane has taken an exit. 24 to government center in the Callahan tunnel is closed. On the airport tunnels. No delays. But the left lane is closed east and West found in the Ted Williams Tunnel Lever connector, South Brampton, 93. South is down for the night. River Roads are in good shape south of the city. No trouble on the expressway, 10 minutes between the tunnel and the split and Randolph 93 south exit for the route. 24 is closed 95 South and dead and watch for a lane closure from route 1092 Route one. No trouble on 24 South Bond, but a right lane taken in Raynham it route 44 west of the city. On the mass pike, the westbound side. You gonna reduce speed for roadwork in north Grafton, Right by route 1 22 to 90 Westbound watch for work crews and wister before 1 90 route to East has roadwork slowing things down and Harvard by route 1 11 all is well up north 1 28 93 Route one.
"california national guard" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Their calls for armed protests potential threats that Grow out of the January 6th breach of the capital Liger. Pence made a quick trip to meet with some National Guard troops guarding the capital. He had words of encouragement to deliver to the American people. A safe inauguration, but authorities acknowledge the next week could be difficult. Steve Futterman CBS NEWS California governor, Gavin Newsom has signed an order authorizing the use of 1000, California National Guard personnel in this very seriously and the point significant resource is to protect public safety, critical infrastructure and First Amendment rights. But let me be clear. There will be no tolerance for violence with vaccine distribution slower than expected. Kobe cases have also been surging, especially in states like California and Arizona. CBS is Chris Martinez. The urgency to vaccinate comes as Coben 19 deaths are up by 10%, or more in 25 states compared to last week. Arizona now has the worst covert infection rate in the country. At Valley Medical Center in Phoenix. Covert patients now fill all but one floor. It's all called it all the time. The great majority of patients that come in now are sicker. The U. S government has executed a drug trafficker for his involvement in a syriza of murders in Virginia's capital city in 1992, the death of 52 year old Kory Johnson. Comes despite claims by his lawyers that the lethal injection would cause excruciating pain due to lung damage from his recent covert 19 infection. It's the second.
"california national guard" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"On the guy from Glendora has been arrested and charged with participating in the writing of the capital. Last week, the 20 year old was busted by Glendora PD turned over to the feds. Cops say the guy broke windows at the Capitol during the attack. His charges include destroying government property, violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds. Governor Newsome is called in the National Guard to help secure the state Capitol. Newsome says the help will be needed as president Trump Leaves office next week There will be no tolerance. Or violence. That's why today along with the CHP and Office of Emergency Services, I've activated the California National Guard, he says. California's taking important steps to protect public safety at the state Capitol, Newsome signed an order authorizing the deployment of 1000, California National Guard troops across the state. The governor and his team are also Coordinating closely with local, state and federal law enforcement in assessing threats and sharing intelligence and a professor in Riverside attracts the hate groups. Tracks. Hate groups says Extremist social Media buzz has not died down since the capital was stormed in D C A flyer calling for an armed march on all state capitals this Sunday is still getting spread around. Despite some online sites getting shut down last year, University professor Lowell Smith says one side goes down. Another site pops up. These guys will just throw the rhetoric out there. But you have accorded these guys who killed there. The new modern day Patriots as What was seen back in 17 76 and with the foundation of this country, and it says those types don't mind going to jail or dying for the cause, he says. With law enforcement beefing up the group's may just moved their protest areas with less security. Corbin Carson Ko Phi knees Be.
"california national guard" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"70. Mackie brothers Drew Shannon News 93.1 KFBK, and we've got 54 in Granite Bay, 52 in GALT and 54 in Roseville. Now 602 a k PK Your top national story. President Trump's historic second impeachment could go to trial as soon as Inauguration day with US senators serving not only is jurors but as personal witnesses and victims of the deadly siege of the capital by a mob of supporters as CBS News chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes reports It would take at least 17. Republican. Yes votes to reach the two thirds majority needed to convict Mr Trump. North Dakota Senator Kevin Cramer probably won't be one of them. I thought it was inappropriate. I thought it was insightful, but I don't think that it rises to. Ah, unteachable a fence by any stretch of Florida Republican Rick Scott probably won't be either. Did he tell people to go into the capital? Absolutely not. In what may have been a bid to sway the jury. President Trump disavowed the rioters again in a video released by the White House last night. Also your top local story Governor Gavin Newsom, says the state is preparing for possible unrest surrounding the inauguration of President elect Biden. There will be no tolerance for violence. That's why today along with the CHP and Office of Emergency Services, I've activated the California National Guard, he says. What we witnessed last weekend Washington D. C was an undemocratic assault on our Republican the freedoms on which our nation was founded. 40 will take every necessary measure. Protect public safety and our democratic principles and to ensure that those disgraceful actions are not repeated here. Newsome says California's taking important steps to protect public safety at the state Capitol. The governor and his team are also coordinating closely with local, state and federal law enforcement in assessing threats and sharing intelligence warnings. Now with Kate because Joe Michael's city, some lawmakers are asking the army to do more to help National Guardsmen Station to the capital more from CBS News correspondent Steve Dorsey in washing 10 after photos inside the Capitol building showed members of the National Guard's sleeping on the floor House Appropriations Committee chair Rosa Dolor Oh, and Minnesota Democrat Betty McCollum want the army to respond. We're asking the secretary of the Army to give them cuts to sleep on, saying they were disappointed to see them sleeping on the floor. The CHP is revoking apartment for the scheduled stop The steel pro Trump protest plan to take place on Sunday. Sacramento Mayor Gerald Steinberg is praising the CHP for revoking that permit, saying the premise of the demonstration is without merit giggle. I think he's called out as such, Steinberg being briefed by the city's police, chief, state and federal law enforcement authorities ahead of President elect Joe Biden's inauguration something he says they're prepared for tonight's premiere for this. Remember, this is a new 10 weeks there has been violence. It hasn't been As bad obviously, is what happened in Washington D. C, but it was serious enough. And I think the CHP made the right call Sacramento City officials currently working with state and federal law enforcement authorities, along with city police and the county Sheriff's Department to coordinate efforts to ensure the state capital is protected at all costs. NBC News parent company, NBC. Universal is launching a journalist development program KFBK Sarah Bartlett tells us it's in partnership with universities and colleges serving people of Color. Nbcu Academy is a multi year partnership with 17 different schools that will work with professionals to develop courses and provide equipment. The academy is a $6.5 million investment, including $3.5 million in scholarships over the next two years. The universities and colleges are across New York, California, Georgia. Texas, Florida, Virginia, New Mexico, Louisiana and the Carolinas. Sarah Bartlett News 93.1 KFBK..
"california national guard" Discussed on KCRW
"Secret Service. Thank you can expect to see somewhere upwards beyond 20,000 members of the National Guard that will be here in the footprint of the District of Columbia. Washington D. C police chief Robert Conte yesterday describing the military presence in the nation's capital next week when Joe Biden will take the oath of office and become the 46, president of the United States. For some context that is four times the number of troops currently in Iraq and Afghanistan combined. On Inauguration day, the National Mall will be closed. The Secret Service is taking all kinds of precautions to prevent another violent assault. It's not just in D. C either state capitals across the country are bracing for demonstrations or Armed insurrection here in California, the highway Patrol and the Sacramento Police are ramping up security around the capital. A 6 FT perimeter fence went up this morning, and CHP even denied a conservative group of permit to rally at the capital over the weekend. California Governor Gavin Newsom said Monday he is prepared to activate the California National Guard. If need be. Everybody is on, I think high alert in terms of just making sure that everybody is safe protected. People's free speech could be advanced, but there's no violence. We're gonna talk about all this now with Garrett Graff. He's a journalist historian, and he works on cybersecurity issues at the Aspen Institute. Welcome back to press play, Garrett. Thanks so much for having me No. You wrote just today that as the country prepares for more violence, there is a dangerous leadership vacuum at the top of the pyramid at the agencies that are supposed to keep us safe. At the federal level. What's happening? S O. Historically presidential transitions. Presidential inaugurations air, always one of the most fraught and security.
"california national guard" Discussed on KGO 810
"Many of them are from the California National Guard in the California Medical Assistance Team, or Cal, Matt Red bird card. Kgo Way 10. Meanwhile, California health authorities are reporting a record two day total of 1042 coronavirus deaths as many hospital strain with unprecedented caseloads. State Department of Public Health. As the latest to day tally. That's 1042. That's 29 more than the previous two day high at the end of December last year, California's death toll since the start of the pandemic now stands at 28,045. School superintendents and several of California's biggest cities, including San Francisco and Oakland, are questioning Governor Newsome's plans to reopen schools Letter argues The $2 billion reopening plan is too vague in determining what constitutes as safe school environment. And the group wars. They don't believe the money will be allocated equitably. Newsome announced the plan last week for students in transitional kindergarten through the second grade to return to in person classes statewide next month, with higher grades returning in the spring. Insurrection. 25th amendment chaos. Why hasn't the upheaval in Washington brought down the stock market? It's a well known fact that the market doesn't like uncertainty. So why our stock prices soaring when our democracy is being challenged? Analyst Peter Cheer of Academy Securities says investors think the drama yesterday was a one off situation as opposed to a movement and they're looking forward to a Biden administration and more stimulus. Jack Miller of Baird says. Ultimately, the election is carrying the day and Diane Swann of Grant Thornton believes the market much prefers fiscal stimulus for an economic recovery. As you may see in a Biden administration as opposed to the Fed, propping things up..
"california national guard" Discussed on KCRW
"News. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Louise Schiavone with a critical runoff vote just five days away. Senator David Perdue of Georgia is now in quarantine after coming into contact with a covert infected person. Georgia Public broadcasting. Stephen Fowler has more producer and fellow Republican Kelly Leffler have been crisscrossing the state to turn out voters in a January 5th run up that will decide control of the U. S. Senate. But now he is quarantining after coming into close contact with the campaign staff for that tested positive produced has regularly been tested on the trail and a test Thursday came back negative. It's not clear how this impacts of planned Monday night rally in northwest Georgia, headlined by President Trump that part of the state, a GOP stronghold, is lagging behind other regions and early vote turnout. For NPR News. I'm Stephen Fowler in Atlanta. In Wisconsin, a suburban Milwaukee hospital pharmacist has been accused of deliberately ruining hundreds of doses of Corona virus vaccines by leaving them out overnight, rendering them ineffective for the health care workers who got them. Now that pharmacist has been fired and arrested all the graft and police authorities said they aren't naming him because he hasn't been charged yet. Chuck Corn Bach of member station W. U. W M has more Aurora Healthcare says a pharmacist at its medical center, and Grafton intentionally removed the vials of the modern, a vaccine from refrigeration two times late last week. The company says it learned of the first removal after 57 people were given shots of the vaccine. Arora President Jeff Barr says his firm has reviewed its safety protocols. It's become clear that this was a situation involving a bad actor. As opposed to a bad process. Bar says the pharmacist has been fired and law enforcement is investigating a possible motive. He says the workers air received shots are not in any danger for NPR news. I'm Chuck Kalmbach in Milwaukee. The Census Bureau will miss today's deadline for reporting the first set of results from the 2020 census. The national population count determines the apportionment of congressional seats, and now it looks like the apportionment numbers won't be ready before Joe Biden is president. MPR's Hanzee Lo Wang reports. The delay stands in the way of President Trump's efforts to alter the count before leaving office movie 19 and last minute schedule. Changes by the Trump administration are forcing the Census Bureau to miss Thursday's deadline. There's no penalty, but this delay could mean that will be president elect Joe Biden and not Trump. Who receives the numbers that Trump is trying to exclude unauthorized immigrants from despite the Constitution's requirement to include the quote, whole number of persons in each state, NPR's Hansi Lo Wang reporting Wall Street came roaring back on the final day of 2020. The S and P 500 ended the Europe 16%. The Dow closed up 196. This is NPR. Of the David Bohnett Foundation newsroom at KCRW. I'm Matt Gillam L A county officials say hospitals are so overwhelmed. Ambulances are waiting up to eight hours to offload patients causing extremely long 911 response times. County says a record 7546 People are hospitalized with covert today with one in five of those people in intensive care. The county also announced more than 15,000 new covert cases. It's why officials like L. A county health director L. A county health services director, Kristina Galley is begging residents to stay home. As the year comes to an end, though, we know that everyone wants to celebrate the end of this year in the beginning of the next But please do not go outside of your household to celebrate New Year's Eve. Stay home, Stay with those in your household and save the out of House celebrations for next year. California became just the third state to pass 25,000 Cove in 19 deaths today, joining New York and Texas. Any hospitals around the state are struggling to deal with the wave after wave of coronavirus patients coming in so much so that they have been getting some much needed reinforcements from the California National Guard as Casey Toby's Cherry, Glaser explains, the guard have been helping with patient care, but will now also help with overflowing morgues. The National Guard has sent medical teams to more than a dozen facilities in California, including hospitals in L. A riverside in San Diego County's, The teams are made up of 6 to 10 members and led by a doctor or nurse. Providing all kinds of support from off loading patients from ambulances to helping in the ER. Our troops have been sent to hospitals around the state on and off throughout the pandemic, But the demand now is it specially great. The governor's Office of Emergency Services tells the L A times the deployments are an important first step in getting more resource is where they're needed. And starting next week, the National Guard is expected to help L. A county's medical examiner as it deals with an overflow of bodies that's brought on by the skyrocketing death toll in L, a county and the fact that hospitals and private mortuaries air running low on staff and storage case or abuse. Cherry Glaser National Guard troops are pitching in to help hospitals and other parts of the country, including Wisconsin, North Dakota and the Navajo.
Helicopter Rescue from California Fires
"Talk about the creek fire. How was it that you? I found out about that fire. You know it's kind of ironic because it was actually social media that attracted me to it I to live in that area and was aware of the creek fire. And it was actually scrolling through social media. and. Posts that said Hey role these hikers AMA- pools. Campers pools, and I immediately picked up the phone in a caller joint operation center, and they had just officially gotten that same word and we're in the process of activating a Chinook. Doctrine to assist with families that were stranded at pools. I immediately called KIPP guiding who is one of the other pilots that perform the rescue. My name is five guiding I am a Black Hawk pilot with California. National Guard we fly age sixty Mike's and it is we're in Fresno. and. That's where I live. So tell us about the capabilities of the Sikorsky Blackhawk helicopter. Fantastic, versatile capable machine, and happy to fly. It's got. Lots of things that I hadn't even mastered yet. We came from the older. Lima. Aircraft and just recently upgraded the Mike Model and just learning new things about it pretty much. Every time you fly somebody's got a new way to do something because of course, most things there's there's five ways you can do it and you know the one that you do, but but the guys that use other ways to get to the same result in it's Kinda nice to know those as well. kind of a technology to have on board that helped make the flight possible for example, to you using radar alternators or hover holds or what what kinds of things are you doing? Yeah. We both of those. So we had radar timid. Hover hold we have the terrain integrated into the screen. So we see all the train that is at above my altitude. We have you know airspeed hold out to holds fully coupled flight director to help get the war cloth you if you need to concentrate on something else and I'm guessing you had night vision goggles that tell us about how well they work. We did. So we initially went out there we were under day conditions in it was extremely difficult to get around the fire in certainly, it was impossible for us to penetrate the smoke wall to get to the mammoth lakes. Reservoir. But then as it as we're out there waiting for some tankers to drop their loads, it got dark enough that we did try to gobbles in once once this goggle able, we were to see through the smoke give us another half mile ability to be able to go some valleys and some places that we were not able to do earlier in the day when we tried and had to turn back that's kind of interesting. So what you're saying is that you given the same smoke conditions, you're actually to fly better in them at night with goggles on the daytime without them. Absolutely because The smoke, you just couldn't see, but with the goggles illuminating the fire and the burning embers that gave you a little bit more depth than it. Also, you could see where the high terrain was because it was burning on both sides. So you could see the elevation was you could see where the valley was we could stay in the center of the valley and like another half mile visibility to continue. Are there any kind of engine performance considerations when you're flying in heavy smoke? Sure how you can have compressor stalls in the heated airs less performance than the Cooler? Denser air. So that's part of it not the rotors less lift when when the air is hot and thinner. So that's. Something we always thinking about and we always have performance planning that we do before we leave and then on board the aircraft performance planning. If you get some more need, you thought it was GONNA be. At this altitude of temperature, you can easily get into the onboard computer and put in the correct numbers. The experiencing gets more definite ch situational performance that's happening right here. Right now, this what you can expect the current conditions in it tells you. In meanwhile, all reas on day three of his hike in the back country when he and his friends noticed that something was wrong. As we are. One of the passes over into readies whole. We look. Looked back toward the West and we saw a huge black column of smoke and topped off with a look like senator. Cloud. And boy we studied that for a while and realized that that's a problem that looks like it's from the general area where we grow in. And we carry a GPS just in case we we never use it really, but we have just in case ran a forested area where we can't see any natural features. We WanNA make sure we're on the same route. And we pulled out the GPS and and pinpointed where it was coming from it and sure enough it was coming from. Shaver Lake. Town. We drove through on highway one, sixty eight. So. We tried not to let that get as down too much. But we knew it was fire was probably about fifteen twenty miles from where we were as the crow flies. And then that night as the sun was setting to the West, it was completely obscured in orange by the smoke and we knew that this was going to ask somehow impact our trip. By the time we got down to Heather Lake smoke started to come in the winds shifted and you know it's really just a matter of shifting winds. And the winds shifted and in came into our little bowls a lake you set in a little granite, bowl. And those things tend to truly trap smoke in Chernoff. By the afternoon we were smoked out we could we could hardly across the lake. And started to fall. We had our a Powell a discussion realize. Okay. We need to get out of here tomorrow. Will Get up five in the morning in an Alpine start head on down the mountain and get back to our cars as soon as possible and so that was. Very. Somber. Champ that night. And you could smell smoke. It was very strong and everything was covered with ash and so that night was pretty bad and woke up first thing in the morning it was the same smokey it was dark. Broke camps quickly as possible has breakfast and then headed on down mount. And of course, Johanna was back home wondering about all re what did you do after he left a Kinda, keep track of things. Well, there's a cal fire map that updates. Map the fire status in California. And because we have friends and family who have been evacuated. In the NAPA area and up in Yukio We're very familiar with this map. We we look at it. We see where we're fires growing. And there were a couple of fires prior to his departure. They weren't near where he was going. So there was no concern about that. I didn't even look at the map actually for awhile and then I looked at it. I think it was Saturday morning. and Bam. There was at big fire of Shaver Lake which was not where he was backpacking. I knew he was far enough away for it not to be like an immediate danger to him. But I could see that it was covering the road. He had to go through that very narrow road that we discussed. That, he had to go through in order to access the point where he started backpacking. And I can see that there was no way out and I could see that the fire was growing. To word his location. So that was a little bit concerning. At the same time, helicopter pilot KIP got was preparing for what was to become the first of three nights of helicopter rescues
Dozens trapped in California wildfire, National Guard attempting rescues
"Two of the dozens of wildfires racing across California prompt multiple evacuations. The creek Fire scorched tens of thousands of acres since Friday and trap holiday weekend campers. The California National Guard stepped in to help airlift 207 people to safety Saturday night and into Sunday morning, at least 20 people were hospitalized. A few were critically injured. Some had burns. Others broken
Los Angeles County sets record high temperature as heat wave continues
"A A weather station in Los Angeles County, California has registered a temperature of 49.4 degrees Celsius. It's a record high for the region and unprecedented heat wave in the state has fuel to nearly 1000 wildfires since mid August. California's governor, Gavin Newsom, has declared a new state of emergency in five counties. Colonel Jessie Miller of the California National Guard told the BBC why the files this year were historic. The difference this season is it's come earlier August August is is somewhat somewhat early early in in the the typical typical California California fire fire season season to to experience experience Thiss Thiss dynamic dynamic fire fire behavior. behavior. But But if if this this year year number number of of fires fires burning throughout Northern California concurrently and of course we're doing it in the midst of a pandemic.
Helicopters rescue 200 trapped by fast-moving Creek Fire in Sierra National Forest
"Heat with wildfires burning relief after a rescue in California of trapped campers at Reservoir in the Sierra National Forest, ABC is with Johnson an intense rescue mission to save more than 150 people. Trapped by a raging inferno at a campground near Fresno, California National Guard helicopter crews racing to airlift campers to safety ambulances waiting nearby first responders ready to triage and rushed them to local hospitals. Others driving through the flames desperate to escape, some of those campers are being treated for severe burns, all expected to survive. Looking for
National Guard helicopters airlift trapped campers near wildfire
"One of them trapping over 100 campers in the Sierra National Forest. ABC is with Johnson has the later an intense rescue mission to save more than 150. People trapped by a raging inferno at a campground near Fresno, California National Guard helicopter crews racing to airlift campers to safety ambulances waiting nearby first responders ready to triage and rush them to look Hospitals, others driving through the flames desperate to escape That's ABC is with
Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Beverly Hills To Impose Curfews Again Monday
"Cities around the country have put curfews in place trying to stem the violent riots that have been taken place over the past several nights in Los Angeles officials extended the eight PM curfew to tonight some protests have been peaceful but is in Paris to awfully sick how tall reports the city of Santa Monica is calling for an earlier curfew because of fresh reports of looting today hours after the city and private businesses started cleaning up there are now reports of stealing at Santa Monica's well known third street promenade lined with people wearing facial masks running out with merchandise and products this well a large number of protesters are gathered peacefully with police observing nearby smaller protests were seen in LA and nearby Orange County this well California National Guard troops are now patrolling the
Los Angeles - President Trump Approves California’s ‘Major Disaster’ Declaration
"State the trump administration signed off on a major disaster declaration for the state of California due to the corona virus pandemic over the weekend the official recognition of the situation will make new resources available in dealing with the health crisis KCRW's mad Gillam reports in his letter to president trump governor Gavin Newsom noted the ten executive orders he issued in the last week aimed at combating covert ninety ain Newsome said the state of forty million has been disproportionately hit by the virus and was an early partner with federal authorities and repatriation efforts for some of the first cases in the U. S. while Newsom is been a consistent critic of the trump administration he closed his letter to the president by thanking trump for his leadership throughout the crisis and for his realization that California is in need of more resources in the fight against the illness with the green light given to the disaster declaration California is poised to receive mobile hospital units equivalent to two thousand beds in the next forty eight hours the LA times reports the navy hospital ship mercy will be moved from San Diego to LA to help ease the strain on the healthcare system and the federal government will cover the cost of deploying the California National Guard which is normal protocol in a disaster for KCRW I met
Gov. Gavin Newsom deploys California National Guard to assist food banks during coronavirus outbreak
"Governor Gavin Newsom announcing the deployment of the California National Guard to provide short term food security to isolated and vulnerable Californians and in California's Silicon Valley businesses donating more than five hundred thousand dollars worth of hospital equipment and protective gear for hospital workers to hospitals in the bay area equipment donations include surgical masks and hazmat suits for doctors and nurses treating covert nineteen patients Michael Elliott CEO of the valley Medical Center foundation will disburse internet donations to local hospitals we've been overwhelmed by the response from the community they started this week thanks to the leaders behind me putting the call out to the community we'll get a briefing in half an hour from the White House coronavirus task force this says negotiations for a bipartisan one trillion dollar coronavirus economic relief package of resumed on Capitol Hill White House legislative affairs director Eric you Lynn says one topic of intense discussion is unemployment insurance we have a lot of deep conversations with Senate Democrats yesterday no mystery to you that question of unemployment shot up in multiple task forces and discussions throughout the day and into
Governor Gavin Newsom, California And Trump discussed on Glenn Beck
"To be done. California's governor is removing California national guard troops from the border with Mexico. Governor Gavin Newsom said President Trump has manufactured a crisis on the southern border. He said having troops on the border is nothing more than political theater Newsom explained that most of the national guard troops are being
California And Barth discussed on Leland Conway
"Top story. Dozens of California national guard troops will dig through the ashes of the town of paradise California today searching for victims of the wildfires, gene and Barth lives there. She says the scene was surreal. It was like explosions going on everywhere all the in the sky. It was rare orange when we I woke up, and then it turned black as midnight. The camp fire. The most destructive and deadliest in state history has killed at least forty eight people. Hundreds more are Sar unaccounted for the gorge, sending a hundred military police officers trained to identify human remains. They'll be joining local teams working with cadaver
Initial Deployment of California National Guard Troops Arrives at U.S.-Mexico Border
"And lectures program tonight from eight till nine o'clock with a repeat airing tomorrow morning at two here on k q e d a revised weather forecast shows mostly cloudy start to the day with patchy fog this morning it'll become partly cloudy inland later we'll have highs from the low sixties to the mid seventy s along with westerly winds from ten to twenty miles per hour san francisco will see a high of sixty one degrees oakland we'll get up to sixty three san jose will have a high of seventy and sacramento a high of seventy five the time is five fifty one from collects echo this is the california report good morning to you jon sepulveda's well after a very public political back and forth between governor jerry brown and president trump california guard personnel were deployed to the border yesterday here in imperial county some fifty three guard members showed up at an event in l center where they were paraded in front of cameras during a press conference now i'll high on optics this pr rollout was low.
Report: Stevante Clark, brother of Stephon Clark, arrested on threat charges
"Trend apprentice who helped the singer obtained pay medication says he's relieved with the outcome officials say they've determined prince died after taking a counterfeit pain medication that was laced with a powerful pain drug fenton all something he may not have been aware of francis cousin charles smith says he's disappointed with the investigation is still has lots of questions got to be some reason why someone should be held accountable for the fence on their prince apparently became addicted to painkillers as a result of a long standing hip injury lance armstrong the one time cycling superstars reached a five million dollars settlement with the federal government overcharges armstrong to friday the us postal service which sponsored his cycle team armstrong admitted to doping on wall street the dow dropped eighty three points this is npr news i'm tara siler the brother of an unarmed black man who has shot and killed by sacramento police last month has been arrested on felony charges and is being held without bail capital public radio's bob moffitt reports the arrest comes as protests over stefan clark's death continue devante clark was booked into the sacramento county jail on felony charges of making criminal threats assault and vandalism pd sergeant vance chandler says clark has made numerous nine one one calls in recent days he has been calling our dispatch center and while in bed estimating that all that how we discovered that these crimes were committed the arrest came at about the same time a group of eighty people delivered one hundred thousand signatures collected online to the local district attorney's office they demand she charged the officers who killed stefan clark sacramento district attorney says it could be a year before the investigation is complete for news i'm bob moffitt in sacramento state officials are that the trump administration will pay for california national guard troops to be ployed to the southern border and elsewhere late yesterday governor jerry brown agreed to deploy four hundred guard members to the border and other parts of the state to combat drugs gangs and gun running but not immigration enforcement trump tweeted this morning that brown's deployment will and his words do nothing and the federal government will not pay but this afternoon the california national guard said it received written confirmation from the pentagon that it will fund the deployment and that nothing has.
Ex-Playboy model settles lawsuit with tabloid over alleged Trump affair
"California's governor jerry brown says he's reached agreement with the trump administration to deploy as much as four hundred california national guard troops to the border and in other areas those troops expected to start deploying by the end of the month brown says they will focus on drug and gun crime but not immigration a nanny hired to care for three new york city children's been convicted of brutally killing two of them almost three six years ago arranging childcare is among the most difficult decisions apparent makes marina and kevin krim trusted yussel in ortega with their three kids before she stabbed two of them sixyearold lulu and two year old leo since october of two thousand twelve marina and kevin krim have lived through the worst nightmare any parent could adore manhattan district attorney cy vance said prosecutors would ask for the maximum life in prison when ortega is sentence next month the defense said she was mentally ill when she stabbed the children to death but the jury found her guilty as charged aaron katersky abc news new york former playboy model carrying mcdougall who said she had an affair with president trump has now settled her lawsuit with the national enquirers parent company over an agreement that prohibited her from discussing the relationship mcdougal alleges she had a ten month affair with trump that she says began not long after melania trump gave birth to their son barron the president has denied that affair this is abc news komo aaa traffic every ten minutes on the fours no blocking accidents no stalls to report we do have construction though affecting lanes northbound i five at south one eighty eight two right lanes are closed for construction till about five o'clock in the morning and on the east side the northbound state route one six seven ramp to northbound four is closed until about four thirty this morning there's a sign detour in place for that particular ongoing project and this report is.
Gov. Jerry Brown says National Guard is
"To end their decadeslong war less than two months before soccer's world cup begins in russia the sports governing body is charging the host country's fans with racism officials with fica say racist chants were aimed at black french players during francis friendly win over russia last month it's the third racism case this season at a stadium that set to host a world cup semifinal match california's chipping in at the mexican border governor jerry brown agrees to send hundreds of national guard troops following a request from president trump could be two four hundred that's being worked out this very very good communication between the california's national guard in the national guard headquarters there are other players like department of defense and homeland security so we got plenty to do with respect to our borders offered are brown democrat said he will not allow the state's national guard troops to be used for immigration enforcement activities wbz news time four twenty one supreme court justice sonia sotomayor is recovering after breaking her left shoulder in a fall at her washington home a sixty three year olds sotomayor will wear a sling for several weeks she'll undergo physical therapy to she is not a however expected to miss any time on the bench the justices are hearing arguments this week and next week a controversial statue of the father of modern gynecology taken down in new york city lookers here it this can't you of marion sims was removed from this pedestal seems is known as the father of gynecology but he also experimented on slaves taylor chapman things removal is appropriate if he was treating women differently by virtue of their race that i think is inexcusable city commission reviewed a host of controversial statues but this was the only one removed peterhansel for cbs news new york and in a medical i french surgeon claims to have performed a second face transplant on the very same patient a parisbased surgeon i transplanted a new face on does your own hormone in two thousand ten complications led to the removal of the first face in january a second transplant was conducted hormone now said to be recovering iran from start to finish.
California limits National Guard’s border mission, risking clash with Trump
"Wbz news time to twenty north and south korea reportedly considering ending the longstanding state of war between those two countries as health korean newspaper reports that announcement could comment next week's summit between president moon jaein and north korean leader kim jong un and the two sides are also considering connecting a phone line between those two leaders asia expert isaac stone fish thinks this would be a significant development it'd be great for the two sides to have this opportunity to chat on the highest level this is a really good risk management strategy countries have technically been at war since nineteen fifty three and less than two months before the world cup begins in russia the sports governing body is now charging the host country's fans with racism officials with fiba say racist chants were aimed at black french players during france's friendly win over russia last month it's the third racism case this season at a stadium that set to host a world cup semifinal match russia's deputy prime minister says officials are starting to crack down on racist fans wbz news time to twenty twentyone appearing at the national press club in washington california governor jerry brown agreed to send hundreds of national guard troops to the mexican border following a request from president trump could be two or four hundred that's being worked out very good communication between the california's national guard initial headquarters there there are other players like department defense and homeland security so we got plenty to do with respect to our borders governor brown is a democrat and he has said he will not allow those national guard troops to be used for immigration enforcement activities and a controversial statue of the father of modern gynecology has been taken down in new york city wcbs peter haskell has more on that onlookers cheered is marion sims was removed from his pedestal seems is known as the father of college but he also experimented on slaves taylor champion things to removal is appropriate if he was treating women differently by virtue of their race that i think is inexcusable city commission reviewed a host of controversial statues but this was the only one removed peterhansel for cbs news new york here so fast iran from start to finish one place was there marathon wash the newswatch never stops wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time to twenty three time for traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic.
Controversial Dr. J. Marion Sims statue removed from Central Park
"In our prayed for a few years a commission studying controversial statues pointed by mayor de blasio recommended the statue be removed from central park here i'm scott pringle for seven ten double the or california the trump administration clashing when it comes to putting national guard troops on the border us customs and border protection officials say california governor jerry brown has rejected the terms of the trump administration's initial request to deploy troops california national guard spokesman says state officials have not rejected anything since brown agreed to deploy four hundred troops as long as there's no involvement with immigration police in westchester searching for a babysitter ever mount vernon toddler was found dead in his family's apartment was the little boy's mom who made the shocking discovery when she got home from work monday evening her two year old unconscious and unresponsive he was pronounced dead at a hospital news four new york says the man who was babysitting told the mom to tell police someone else was watching him then slipped out of the hospital no word yet on how the boy died in autopsies being done i'm sara lee kessler for seven ten w o r and today jury deliberations are beginning in the trial of an upper west side nanny charged with killing two children who were in her care jury deliberations began today in the trial of yolanda ortega slash carbonates allies during closing arguments assistant da stewart's silbert argued ortega plan the murders of leo and lulu krim in twenty twelve while her attorney said she heard voices telling her to kill the children as a result of psychosis and depression anger was also a motive according to prosecutors who claim moore tak was upset with the children's mother for overworking her at least acted morosini seven ten wwl warr pretty chilly just forty six degrees the forecast coming up philsopher here the lynch has left me with tons of inventory that's gonna go it's time for.
Gov. Brown agrees to Trump order for National Guards on Mexico Border
"The yeah hey dr drew halio over the past several days all eyes have been on governor brown who's been you know very quiet ever since president trump requested that states including texas new mexico arizona and of course california sandia national guard troops to the border well today he announced that the california national guard will be accepting federal funding to add a bell four hundred personnel to this statewide program that focuses on transnational crime currently there are about fifty five california guard members on the border but that can jump to several hundred we haven't gotten clear breakdown of how they will be deployed but we're not expecting all four hundred to be heading to the border can can troops from other states come onto our border and help out you know what that we don't see it that often each state and actually california has the largest and most deploy national guard force in the country with over twenty three thousand troops and so there is no short supply at least here in california of the amount of troops but the governor he has reiterated the point that california will not be helping the federal government enforce federal immigration laws and he included that and these sort of stipulation fed he included in the letter sent to the secretary of homeland security what does that mean what does that look like i understand.