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"caputo pearl" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:42 min | 9 months ago

"caputo pearl" Discussed on WTOP

"These organizations so it could mean a lot of people and a lot more situations where we see more serious charges against some of these folks coming out In the days weeks and months coming National security correspondent JJ green talking with Brennan and Shawn you are listening to 103.5 FM at WTF dot com Sports at 15 and 45 Powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white Think red It's Friday January 14th welcome in three 5th time A 15 indeed sports time and it's rough Georgetown had a rough night at Capital One arena without Patrick Ewing on the bench falling to butler 72 58 to drop a game below 500 what happened out there coach Louis or they shot I think 39% from the floor They scored 72 points we missed 9 free throws two of our best scores had a off night shooting but you still have to defend We could have stayed with the zone a little longer Maybe you would have made the game a little closer but wouldn't it help us to win which they haven't done since beating Howard on December 15th the hoyas traveled to St. John's on Sunday The news was no better for navy and Annapolis as the midshipman fell to Colgate 69 50 for their first patriot league loss of a season in 5 such games Alex Ovechkin will again represent the Washington capitals in the NHL All-Star Game doing so for the franchise record 12 time as the captain of the metropolitan division no NHL player got more than his 30.4% of the fan vote for his division a disheartening trend in the NFL continues as the Houston Texans firing of coach David culley after only one season leaves the league with only three minority head coaches with Mike Tomlin the only one who is black Major League Baseball made its first labor proposal to the players since locking them out last month as it goes to the union for a vote the likelihood of spring training being postponed is being described as heightened Rob would work sports All right thank you rob as always three 17 on When winter weather happens has answers and advice every ten minutes traffic and weather on the 8th one O 3.5 FM and P dot com Here's what's happening this early morning for you on WTF CBS News briefed U.S. Supreme Court blocks the Biden administration's vaccine or test rule for large companies but keeps the vaccine mandate for most healthcare workers Press secretary Jen Psaki Our message is that we're going to continue to work with employers across the country and continue to convey very clearly what the benefit of vaccine or testing requirements would be on workplaces California nurses rally frustrated by a new state directive on COVID positive healthcare workers nurse and caputo pearl.

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"caputo pearl" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:09 min | 9 months ago

"caputo pearl" Discussed on WTOP

"Sports time indeed once again mister robot fort Georgetown saw a close game with butler devolve into his 72 58 loss on their home court neither team shot particularly well from the floor but it's pretty notable when you're leading scorer me knew Muhammad is held to just 7 points on two of 16 shooting coach Louise The one thing I can say about amino he keeps attacking You know he's aggressive now as a young player There's still things alone but you like his energy and his attack mentality You know I don't think it got He's a guy that counts his misses He just stays aggressive Only two hoyas scored in double figures led by Tyler beard's 15 points but that's now three straight losses for Georgetown to drop to 6 and 7 in conference and three Sunday afternoons game at St. John's Navy suffered their first conference loss of a season falling at home to Colgate 69 50 to snap a four game win streak The capital's loan NHL all star is Alex Ovechkin voted captain of the metropolitan division in what will be his franchise record 12th all star selection after receiving 30.4% of the fan votes among metropolitan division players the most in the league And with that game still about three weeks away ovi was sidelined by an upper body injury at Thursday practice that the team said was for precautionary reasons In the NFL the Houston Texans fired coach David culley after just one season at the helm That leaves Mike Tomlin as the lone black coach in the 32 team league and only three minority coaches overall Rob would fork to believe TOP sports Hey rob has always two 47 Friday morning January 14th on traffic and weather a minute away and update for you Meantime here's what's happening this early hour CBS News brief the U.S. Supreme Court blocks the Biden administration's vaccine or test rule for large companies but keeps the vaccine mandate for most healthcare workers Press secretary Jen Psaki Our message is that we're going to continue to work with employers across the country and continue to convey very clearly what the benefit of vaccine or testing requirements would be on workplaces California nurses rally frustrated by a new state directive on COVID positive healthcare workers nurse and caputo pearl Our.

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"caputo pearl" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

John and Ken on Demand

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"caputo pearl" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

"John and ken show john kobylt and ken. Chiampou kfi am six. Forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. We previewed it enough. We have to talk about this story in l. a. magazine now. The interview with the united teachers los angeles president cecil. My art crews apparently was in. May they've just come around to actually publishing the story. I guess it took a while to put it together. It's not altogether. it's not. What did we call a job. The john the slobbering desk. It's not exactly but especially my coups. Of course we threw in the dumpster. The united teachers los angeles president has basically held. The students have united of the l. A. hostage by refusing to let them return to the classroom and the first thing she tells us. Interviewer is that there is no such thing as learning loss and further. She says our kids didn't lose anything. It's okay that are babies may not have learned all their times tables. They learned resilience. They learn survival. They learn critical thinking skills. They know the difference between a riot and a protest. They know the words insurrection. And coup learning loss is a fake crisis marketed by shadowy purveyors of clinical and classroom assessments. How's that for a take. That's she's unhinged. If she doesn't think the kid suffered at sixteen months common sense tells you that she's up because it goes onto explain that what she wants is far flung progressive issues. Racial justice medicare for all a millionaire tax financial support for undocumented families rental eviction relief and i should throw in homes. Roll the homeless and learn this before. This is what she's after. This is lunacy so she hits just need to learn oh and of course. Don't forget there on the side of the palestinians sticking their nose. Well and boy. They boycotted israel something they they don't have any effect on any of these policies. They i i don't i don't understand any of this. Because her set of opinions of the union set of opinions really don't mean anything except her union has blocked. The return to the classroom won't make things much. He's called for that already. Disadvantaged students that's she has the power over that she can influence she could destroy sixteen months of children's nation. Either learning loss right because that's the way he should be removed but of course that won't happen but that's that's what this culture is about everybody in the public. I just goes to the microphone. Lies you say something outrageous something completely false and then let everybody get all start fuming and angry shaking their fist. It's like. I just like performance theater here. Of course the kids were backed it. It's it's not debatable. It's not worth the time to debate. Why is she in power and shame if they have any shame in them on every single ellie. Usd teacher for allowing her to have this power. You people you. Teachers are dreadful. dreadful human beings damage. You've done you'll never know what backed all the years we've done this show. We have occasionally come up this. Ut la member. Alex caputo pearl and there was another guy beforehand. that was distress at. This woman is the worst. You don't want holy mackerel. This this has caused damage to hundreds of thousands of minority kids. Not the rich white kids because those schools were open. Not gavin newsom kids. His kids went to school almost for a year now without a break..

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"caputo pearl" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"caputo pearl" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Consumer access dot org number thirty thirty even as the White House send some states begin to plan for re opening a growing number of school districts are planning for the possibility of schools staying closed after weeks of disagreement the Los Angeles teachers union says there are guidelines for teachers trying to help students do distance learning for the rest of the academic year about two hundred and forty minutes of a workday including direct instruction including planning including follow up including grading flexibly scheduled but yet to get it's also very clear that it is not mandated to use lot United teachers LA president Alex Caputo pearl says they know there is talk of classes not resuming in the fall in some districts and he says they're aware of that at the same time he promises to fight any efforts by the trump administration to push for life to return to normal in may Jessica Rosenthal fox news the CDC just out with a reminder to keep your distance even outside and not to visit crowded parks but also to follow local rules if parks or beaches are closed anyone who went to church on Easter Sunday in Kentucky is now supposed to be under quarantine for two weeks Kentucky parishioners were reportedly met with piles of males blockaded church entrance and state police recording license plates outside a church in Maryville that helped me in person Easter service Sunday not clear who left the nails the scene after Kentucky governor Democrat Andy Beshear threatened a fourteen day quarantine for church attendees the most important role you should be at home a federal judge Saturday also stomped on an order in Louisville calling a ban on driving church services on constitutional police in Greenville Mississippi also find a church goers last week five hundred dollars apiece for attending similar church services Jeff Miller also fox news an hour to close on Wall Street the Dow has been down over four hundred point the Brady and finished hello friends this is Tyrone and I want to tell you about.

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"caputo pearl" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"caputo pearl" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Dot com slash easy yep health IQ dot com slash easy even as the White House send some states begin to plan for re opening a growing number of school districts are planning for the possibility of schools staying closed after weeks of disagreement the Los Angeles teachers union says there are guidelines for teachers trying to help students do distance learning for the rest of the academic year about two hundred and forty minutes of a workday including direct instruction including planning including follow up including grading selectively schedule but yet to get it's also very clear that it is not mandated to use live United teachers LA president Alex Caputo pearl says they know there is talk of classes not resuming in the fall in some districts and he says they're aware of that at the same time he promises to fight any efforts by the trump administration to push for life to return to normal in may Jessica Rosenthal fox news the CDC just out with a reminder to keep your distance even outside and not to visit crowded parks but also to follow local rules if parks or beaches are closed anyone who went to church on Easter Sunday in Kentucky is now supposed to be under quarantine for two weeks Kentucky parishioners were reportedly met with piles of males blockaded church entrance and state police recording license plates outside a church in Maryville that helped me in person Easter service Sunday not clear who left the nails the scene after Kentucky governor Democrat Andy Beshear threatened a fourteen day quarantine for church attendees the most important role you should be at home a federal judge Saturday also stomped on order in Louisville calling a ban on driving church services on constitutional police in Greenville Mississippi also find a church goers last week five hundred dollars apiece for attending similar church services Jeff man also.

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"caputo pearl" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"caputo pearl" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"KFI twenty four hour news room LA mayor Garcetti says even though there's been a slowing of case numbers in LA county it's not time to celebrate in the meantime it shows that what we're doing is working it's not time to let up it's not time to declare victory it's not time to come out it's time to double down it's time to stay home guys that he says he fears the worst still isn't over he also says it's a way to honor first responders and medical professionals he's ordered the exterior of city hall to shine blue lights every night at eight he says businesses and homeowners are encouraged to do the same close to eight thousand people in LA county have tested positive for corona virus and the death toll from the virus is it two hundred twenty three bringing the mortality rate to two point eight percent county health director Dr Barbara Ferrer says since the outbreak one thousand eight hundred ninety four patients have been treated in a hospital or roughly twenty four percent of all positive cases and it also sucks sharp reminder that many of the people who are in the hospitals are in fact very ill from covert nineteen Ferrer says of the seven thousand nine hundred fifty five positive cases most are from forty one to sixty five years old she says fifty one people who have died lived in a nursing home or nursing facility Steve Gregory KFI news traffic get LA exes come to a virtual standstill during the corona virus pandemic the average number of people checking ended apart from alley acts is dropped to six thousand people daily we had you know a hundred a hundred and fifty thousand and you know just a year ago LA world airports CEO Justin or bond she says the lack of passengers this trickle down the concessions proximity sixty eight percent of our concessions are close right now watching says some concessions are being kept open in each terminal to provide food and beverage service but many are on restricted hours Chris and Carla okay fine you LA school district has reached an agreement with the teachers union to keep students learning to there during the corona virus pandemic you TLA president Alex Caputo pearl and announced a deal yesterday which includes a mandate of two hundred forty minutes of instruction and daily the student support and that's not just screen time with students it's inclusive of planning it's inclusive upgrading is inclusive of the other stuff the deal also requires that teachers that regular schedules and share with parents and administrators teachers are also no longer required to teach using live videos well Hollywood so pulled the corona virus won't crush the business too badly more than fifty one hundred movie theaters in the US are closed box office analysts say the best case scenario is that they will stay close for just three months if that's the case the industry will be lucky to make seven billion dollars in domestic ticket sales this year the lowest amount in more than two decades and nearly forty percent behind last year experts warn that even if the others open up after three months a speedy return to business as usual is not likely Deborah mark KFI news Newport beach is closing the wedge to stop surfers and gawkers from crowding the shoreline this week's storm is kicked up prime waves for surfing lots of people push the limits of social distancing to go watch now the wedges close daily from ten AM to five PM Saturday Night Live is returning to NBC this weekend following a nearly monthlong hiatus caused by coronavirus the comedy series will air socially distant remotely produce content tomorrow night including a.

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"caputo pearl" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"caputo pearl" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Forty live everywhere on the I heart radio app it is Good Friday the markets are closed today so we won't have any big Dow volatility to be reporting I'm grateful for that today is it says that on your wake up call Ellie mayor Garcetti says despite a slowing of case numbers in LA county it is not time to celebrate the number of passengers flying through LA's drop by more than ninety percent compared to the same time last year and Hollywood is hopeful the corona virus won't crush the business too badly Bible Bible talk with ABC's political director Rick Klein they're calling it pandemic politics is a lot of it this week whether it be with the president talking about the small business loans talking about the number of people who have filed unemployment claims this week's Bernie Sanders dropping out of the presidential race but is Joe Biden still like kind of a disadvantage no matter what because you can't hit the political trail any other way but online so we'll talk about that with Rick coming up but right now let's start with some of the stories coming out of the KFI twenty four hour news ram our study says despite a slowing of case numbers in LA county don't celebrate just yet in the meantime it shows that what we're doing is working it's not time to let up it's not time to declare victory it's not time to come out it's time to double down it's time to stay home Garcetti says he fears the worst is still isn't over he also says as a way to honor first responders and medical professionals he's ordered the exterior of city hall to sign blue lights every night at eight o'clock he says businesses and homeowners are encouraged to do the same close to eight thousand people in LA county have tested positive for corona virus and the death toll from the virus has hit two hundred twenty three bringing the mortality rate to two point eight percent county health director Dr Barbara Ferrer says since the outbreak one thousand eight hundred ninety four patients have been treated in a hospital or roughly twenty four percent of all positive cases and it also sucks sharp reminder that many of the people who are in the hospitals are in fact very ill from covert nineteen Ferrer says of the seven thousand nine hundred fifty five positive cases most are from forty one to sixty five years old she says fifty one people who have died lived in a nursing home or nursing facility Steve Gregory K. a financier traffic get LA exes come to a virtual standstill during the corona virus pandemic the average number of people checking ended apart from alley acts is dropped to six thousand people daily we had you know a hundred a hundred and fifty thousand and you know just a year ago LA world airports CEO Justin or bond she says the lack of passengers this trickle down the concessions proximity sixty eight percent of our concessions are close right now watches as some concessions are being kept opening each terminal to provide food and beverage service but many are on restricted hours Chris and Carla okay fine news LA school district has reached an agreement with the teachers union to keep students learning during the current virus pandemic you delay president Alex Caputo pearl announced the deal yesterday which includes a mandate of two hundred forty minutes of instruction and daily students of port and that's not just screen time with students it's inclusive of planning it's inclusive of grading is inclusive of the other stuff now the deal also requires teachers set regular schedules and share with parents and administrators teachers are also no longer required to teach using live video senior second home in see because of the pandemic don't have to go hungry vineyard church in Anaheim has been working with the city to provide free groceries for elderly people who can't leave their home we'll set up a driver in will be at your doorstep with a whole bunch of groceries faster Lambert lo says people have been getting a week's worth of meals really high quality food you know from dairy eggs milk he says drivers have been met with tears of joy someone in their eighties say thank you for not forgetting me I have no one in this moment the church also has a drive through food pantry every Wednesday and Thursday in Anaheim robin KFI news when we come back we'll talk with ABC's political director Rick Klein pandemic politics were on display this week with the president's looking for the approval of money for additional SBA loans for the small business folks millions of people more of them filing for unemployment Bernie Sanders dropping out of the presidential race I mean you throw a dart we had a lot to talk about this week right now she's got a lot to talk about with your drive.

"caputo pearl" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"caputo pearl" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"People white toilet paper K. and K. O. S. T. HT to Los Angeles Orange County live everywhere on the radio out cracking down I'm Gina grad life in the K. by twenty four hour news room there Garcetti says more than fifteen hundred nonessential businesses have been contacted about operating illegally during his safer at home order he says his crisis response team and business ambassador volunteer program have been out in full force and a very small percentage of ninety two percent of them comply the eighty percent that then we need a little bit more of touch with almost all of them compliant he says a few dozen were then contacted by the LAPD in about eight were turned over for prosecution he also says every night at eight city hall in large buildings in Los Angeles will shine blue lights to honor those in the medical field and first responders Steve correctly to find use LA school district has reached an agreement with teachers over distance learning a joint statement released by U. T. L. A. in the district says the agreement will provide the flexibility and support educators need to do their best work in these extraordinary circumstances we need to focus on humanity utilities president Alex Caputo pearl says the deal works out some sticking points teachers have had with the ministry there's still a lot of videos and courage but not mandatory and faculty meetings will be limited to an hour a week teachers did concede on the matter of scheduling we know that we've got to offer a predictable schedule and provide an average of two hundred forty minutes of instruction and student support daily Chris and Carla okay fine news president trump is back on Twitter promoting the high TV ratings of his Daily News conference about the corona virus pandemic trump complained the Wall Street journal in his words always forgets to mention that the ratings for the White House press briefings are through the roof he always he also compared ratings of the updates to Monday Night Football and the bachelor finale Hollywood is hopeful the corona virus won't crush the business too badly more than fifty one hundred movie theaters in the US are closed box office analysts say the best case scenario is that they will stay close for just three months if that's the case the industry will be.

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"caputo pearl" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"caputo pearl" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Meals Sam is eerie and founder and CEO of the hospitality company SBE tells KTLA meal delivery is a big business last year in the U. S. people delivered on the apps about twenty seven twenty eight billion dollars worth of food this year it's going to be forty seven billion without factoring the cold effect he says SP is hiring in all areas of its company from chefs to marketing LA school district has reached an agreement with teachers over distance learning a joint statement released by U. T. L. A. in the district says the agreement will provide the flexibility and support educators need to do their best work in these extraordinary circumstances when you folks is on humanity utilities president Alex Caputo pearl says the deal works out I'm sticking points teachers have had with the ministry so live video is encouraged but not mandatory and faculty meetings will be limited to an hour a week teachers did concede on the matter of scheduling we know that we've got to offer a predictable schedule and provide an average of two hundred forty minutes of instruction and student support daily Chris and Carla okay a minute president trump has more than two million tests for the corona virus have now been done in the US nobody's done they were close but White House coronavirus response coordinator Dr Deborah Berke says men are not getting tested as much as women fifty six percent of the people who are tested are female sixteen percent positive forty four percent male twenty three percent positive she says that means men usually don't get tested until they are showing more symptoms if you want to figure out how much money you are saving while quarantine you can check out our website KFI am six forty dot com the key word is savings from the southern California Toyota dealers traffic center we make it easy we have a crush on the five in Santa Ana some good news here southbound at seventeenth street they've cleared this record of planes and traffic's looking a lot better off of the twenty two but on the northbound side at Chapman Avenue heading into the orange area heads up for a crash these guys are blocking the carpool lane and that's slowing things down coming up with a fifty seven twenty two split that's enough to Santa Clarita with will Kohlschreiber Kay and find the sky sponsored by injury attorney super woman super lawyer dot com northbound side of fourteen past blasphemy to canyon we've got it looks like a solo spin out another source that we see those a lot when it gets wet out here and that is the problem there about a half a mile back up to pre potential back up with that one and overall of five north bound right near Valencia Boulevard looks like well you guessed it at least a couple of cars there in the left lane started biased almost been out that causing some slowing as you head through the Valencia area there north bound on the five injured in an accident but it's super woman super lawyer dot com will calls driver K. F. I. in this guy and in the end leaving west Covina ten eastbound coming up on V. a Verde watch for that left lane it's under water and it's slowing down the drive getting away from as you said K. F. I. in the sky helps get you there faster I mean John Martinez right dreamtime sorry day your extreme types drivers are good are there goes so fast it is scary out there and it's raining if they they're giving cross the top of the water you get into an accident yeah.

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"caputo pearl" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"caputo pearl" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"About eleven hundred in the I see you a one day drop of one point nine percent to one data point is not a trend one data point is not a headline so I caution anybody to read too much in to that one point of data Newsome has announced a new program to provide hotel rooms for care givers healthcare workers and other people he calls the frontline heroes the only school district has reached agreement with teachers over distance learning no details about the deal have been released but a joint statement issued by U. T. L. A. in the district says the agreement will provide the flexibility and support educators need to do their best work in these extraordinary circumstances utilities president Alex Caputo pearl announced last week that the union was bargaining with the district about issues such as micro management of teachers by some local administrators live video instruction requirements and increase faculty meetings Chris and Carla okay fine news the public health officer in Orange County has issued a recommendation that all employees at a central businesses where a face covering while at work Dr Nicole click says all residents engage in essential activities outside the home should do the same the recommendation is in line with the guidance issued last week by the state's department of public health help is just a drive away for hungry families in OC vineyard church in Anaheim is transformed its food bank into a drive thru pantry every Wednesday and Thursday you'll be met with kind eyes and a lot of groceries from behind a mask and wearing gloves pastor Lambert Los as drivers wait in line around the building a shopping cart will be brought out to your car in the pantry shelves are full you're going to get milk dairy X. meat chicken fish fresh produce fresh fruit you can leave with a week's worth of groceries easily the church has also been delivering groceries to the elderly for free in Anaheim rob didn't KFI news has a permanent task temporarily closed dozens of medical offices around southern California to limit exposure to cold at nineteen the closures include eighteen facilities in Orange County and all target clinics Kaiser announced last week that it was closing offices in San Bernadine okay on eight news brought to you by sweet James Berger New York state has reported close to eight hundred more deaths from the corona virus more than seven thousand people in the state have died from the virus that's almost half of the U. S. death toll of around fifteen thousand New York governor Andrew Cuomo says it's shocking and painful but that increase in the state's case this is the lowest in three weeks we should all be concerned especially new Yorkers well with lightening the curve that's good news it is good news well now I can relax no you can't relax the hardest hit demographic in New York City as Latinos they represent thirty four percent of cold did nineteen deaths the city of Wuhan China were the corona virus pandemic began has ended its lockdown and reopened A. B. C.'s input else as the city's barriers were removed yesterday after seventy six days railways reopening flights resuming and residents of finally free to do that most simple if things work the streets once more we'll hunt also did a light show projecting the faces of the city's health care workers in the sky you can get the most up to the minute information on the crown of iris on our website that's KFI AM six forty dot com just type in the keyword virus or something to make you smile the woman in Georgia has been reunited with her wedding ring she accidentally threw it out Sunday while cleaning up she and her husband of thirty four years when they went to their local landfill the next day they found the garbage bag intact with the ring still wrapped up in a paper towel from the southern California Toyota dealers traffic center we make it easy if there's a crash on the one on one agora hills seven said before Chesbro worker flipped over in the middle lanes traffic is heavy coming away from canton road up ahead right before Winnetka get a crash in the two right lanes traffic there slow from desoto and then yet again ahead in Sherman oaks stuff one of one before the four oh five get a crash in the right lane traffic they're slowing down about both as a heading through industry spent seven the sixty freeway right around seven get a wreck in the two right lanes traffic is backing up towards crossroads and if you're heading on the two fifteen in grand terrace north ten to fifteen approaching Barton road there's a wreck in the carpool and it looks like the two right lanes are taken away so things are backing up the river for center K. by this guy helps get you there faster and J. with more rain on the way next we also know that during times.

"caputo pearl" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"caputo pearl" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Into effect and we're acting to make our roads even safer by setting traffic lights to a late night schedule with more frequent red lights to slow drivers down our city has also implemented a new program to install special food pick up parking zones in front of a restaurant to help the speed and safety of Kerry out he says restaurants can apply for the free street signs through the LA department of transportation the union for Ellie school district teachers has told administrators to back off our members need to be left alone to do their work you TLA president Alex Caputo pearl says teachers have complained of micromanaging an onerous directives you are taking up with the humanity of our jobs you put a pearl says teachers should be forced to teach using live video platforms and if they do administrators shouldn't sit in on classes he also says it's unrealistic to force teachers to file detailed lesson plans if this doesn't stop we will be forced to resist what administrators are putting forward to put a pearl says the union's bargaining with the district over distance learning guidance Chris and Carla okay fine news president trump says he and his task force are working with scientists doctors and researchers to defeat covet nineteen relate very critical phase of our war against the coronavirus it's vital that every American follows our guidelines on the thirty days to slow the spread the president says protective gear and medical equipment is going out to states and new guidelines have been issued to protect the elderly you can get up to the minute information on the corona virus on our website at KFI am six forty dot com keyword virus so cal whether from KFI low.

"caputo pearl" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"caputo pearl" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The death of one of our own deputies deputy trail young riverside county sheriff's deputy robin Flores says young served for fifteen years he was one of the first department members that tested positive for the virus and he's the first to pass away young worked at several stations court and correctional facilities and most recently the course Byrd detention center deputy young survived by his wife and his four children Flores says this serves as a somber reminder for people to follow all stay at home health orders and practice social distancing Corbin Carson KFI news the LA county health department says sixty five people have died of cold at nineteen and nine of the most recent deaths were people over sixty five years old seven of them had underlying health conditions and the other two were eighteen to forty years old county health director Dr Barbara Ferrer says over the course of the outbreak seven hundred thirty three people have been hospitalized three hundred forty one patients are still being treated seventy six percent of the people are hospitalized have no documented underlying health conditions there says new information shows even people who feel fine and show no symptoms are capable of spreading the virus reinforcing the point she says that people need to social distance and stay home Steve Gregory KFI news the union representing teachers in the LA school district is calling interference during the pandemic UT Ellie president Alex Caputo pearl says there are many principals and local administrators who have been helpful there are also some principles of localism personnel we're giving owners directives wasting our time and micromanaging and taking us away from what educators need to be focused on to put a pearl says teachers should not be forced to hold classes using live video platforms if they do administrator should not sit in to put a pro also says faculty meetings should be limited and teacher should not have to file detailed lesson plans well city leaders from LA to New York have called for a mortgage and rent freeze during the cross the virus pandemic LA city councilman Mike Bonin says the worst of the financial crisis is yet to come so we need a full and complete moratorium on mortgages and a full and complete cancellation of rents residential and commercial and we needed at the state or even better at the federal level he says eviction moratoriums aren't enough because indebted tenants will be evicted in mass after the pandemic riverside county is closing all four of its animal shelters to the public indefinitely because of the.

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"caputo pearl" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"caputo pearl" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Rate for the next ten years or a man H. fifty non tobacco can obtain five hundred thousand dollars of coverage for a monthly premium of only one hundred ten dollars per month guaranteed not to change for the next twenty years that's right level rate guaranteed not to change for the next twenty years if you're a smoker we have great rates available for you as well at term busters we specialize in policies of five hundred thousand dollars and above if you're looking for new or replacement term life insurance call today for quote at one eight hundred five six nine fifty four forty that's one eight hundred five six nine fifty four forty you're probably paying more than you should call term busters one eight hundred five six nine fifty four forty or visit our website at term busters dot net remember one eight hundred five six nine fifty four forty rates and availability may vary by state sample rate quotes based on preferred non tobacco underwriting exam required to qualify teachers in the Los Angeles unified school district displaced by coronavirus closures say there are no mechanisms in place to ensure parents and workers won't suffer needlessly Alex Caputo pearl president of the teachers union says all employees of all industries will suffer because the virus is impacting their employers and he says there is no safety net in place for this the union has a list of what he calls common good community support set of demands the state and federal government can do he says to ease the burden of hotel workers who are facing being fired because of lack of business at hotels the federal government the state government has a role to play in pressuring employers to make sure that doesn't happen all the demands are a weekly disaster statement so parents can stay home with their kids debt forgiveness suspension of mortgage and rent payments meal plans and more gym group Los Angeles well as other company or other countries tighten up China is relaxing its drastic.

"caputo pearl" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"caputo pearl" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Rate for the next ten years or a man H. fifty non tobacco can obtain five hundred thousand dollars of coverage for a monthly premium of only one hundred ten dollars per month guaranteed not to change for the next twenty years that's right level rate guaranteed not to change for the next twenty years if you're a smoker we have great rates available for you as well at term busters we specialize in policies of five hundred thousand dollars and above if you're looking for new or replacement term life insurance call today for a quote at one eight hundred five six nine fifty four forty that's one eight hundred five six nine fifty four forty you're probably paying more than you should call term busters one eight hundred five six nine fifty four forty or visit our website at term busters dot net remember one eight hundred five six nine fifty four forty rates and availability may vary by state sample rate quotes based on preferred non tobacco underwriting exam required to qualify teachers in the Los Angeles unified school district displaced by coronavirus closures say there are no mechanisms in place to ensure parents and workers won't suffer needlessly Alex Caputo pearl president of the teachers union says all employees of all industries will suffer because the virus is impacting their employers and he says there is no safety net in place for this the union has a list of what he calls common good community support set of demands the state and federal government can do he says to ease the burden of hotel workers who are facing being fired because of lack of business at hotels the federal government the state government has a role to play in pressuring employers to make sure that doesn't happen all the demands are a weekly disaster stipend so parents can stay home with their kids debt forgiveness suspension of mortgage and rent payments meal plans and more gym group Los Angeles well as other company or other countries tighten up China is relaxing its drastic restrictions on the.

"caputo pearl" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"caputo pearl" Discussed on KCRW

"That the gun fired happen immediately as soon as they walked in the door the officer who was killed was a twenty three year police veteran he spent fifteen of those years working in special weapons and tactics police shot two civilians in the skirmish were taken to area hospitals the murder suspect was not wounded and taken into custody with two others for NPR news I'm Tom McDonald in Philadelphia Wall Street is sharply higher this morning following yesterday's steep losses the Dow is up seven hundred seventy one points this is NPR news from Washington from KCRW on cherry Glazer a debate is raging in Los Angeles over whether to keep public schools open during the corona virus outbreak district superintendent Austin puter has insisted it's safe to do that but now the teachers union United teachers Los Angeles is pushing back here's you TLA president Alex Caputo pearl speaking to KCBS last night we just reached a point where we felt like for public health reasons for the health of our students we need is a call for the closure of L. U. S. the the only school board is holding an emergency board meeting this morning to revisit the issue meanwhile KCRW's Kaylee wells reports the school district does have a plan for remote teaching if campuses are shut down LAUSD superintendent Austin Buehler says eighty percent of LAUSD families live in poverty and a quarter of them don't have access to the internet at home the schools also serve more than a million needed meals every day Peter says that's why it's important that the schools stay open for now but if they do close L. U. S. D. will still reach a tiny population by partnering with PBS to continue educating students the plan that we in PBS have developed to provide on three channels programming rich instructional content that teaches to standards that allows our students to have cognitive learning at every level recognizing we serve a high needs population all California students will also have access to free online educational resources through PBS learning media are also says that all teachers will continue getting paid regardless of whether they're able to keep instructing students produce your W. I'm Kaylee wells advocates for public beach access got shot down by the California Supreme Court this week the justices rejected a lawsuit calling for beach south of San Francisco to be made public KCRW's Catherine Barnes has the latest on the future of Martin's beach another stretches of coastline like it the lawsuit was brought by a group called friends of Martins beach it contends the family that owned the beach near half moon bay for more than seventy years had opened it to the public in nineteen thirty and allowed visitors to picnic fashion surf but is San Matteo county judge and a state appeals court said the feed the owners charged to visitors showed that it was not in fact public property and the state's High Court unanimously denied a review this is one of many legal disputes between coastal rights advocates and the current owner venture capitalist Vinod Khosla who says he has the right to close the gate to the beach KCRW's.

"caputo pearl" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"caputo pearl" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"With the White House on a sweeping aid package for those affected by the corona virus and P. R.'s winter Johnston reports the legislation put forth by house Democrats would include free corona virus testing food security assistance and unemployment benefits for workers affected by the pandemic congressional Republicans have sharply criticized the plan calling it completely partisan and unworkable even if a compromise deal is reached it's unclear how quickly Congress would be able to pass a bill through both chambers economic worries about the virus sparked wall street's steepest single day losses in more than thirty years and P. R.'s you kena Gucci says the Dow lost ten percent yesterday as the S. and P. five hundred fell nine and a half percent the last comparable market crash occurred in October nineteen eighty seven that officially lands all three major stock indices into bear market territory they have each lost more than a quarter of their value since their peaks and all within a month this comes as a public health crisis continues to send huge shock waves into the world's economies in the U. S. the administrations travel ban with a huge swath of Europe sent markets plunging again deepening concern about the long term economic effects this is NPR news from Washington at least six states are closing schools temporarily because of the corona virus they include Ohio Michigan and Maryland the Seattle and San Francisco areas are doing the same NPR's Wally site count house says school officials in Los Angeles are meeting today to decide whether to close for now the superintendent says there are no coronavirus cases associated with schools in the county and that public health officials say it is appropriate for schools to remain open meanwhile there is increasing pressure to close schools from parents teachers and utilize the union that represents more than thirty thousand educators locally the head of the union Alex Caputo pearl said Thursday that he expects the district to close schools within LA rapidly and in human way over the next few days do I believe so I can't tell NPR news Los Angeles the Pentagon says US airstrikes in Iraq targeted five weapons storage facilities belonging to members of an Iranian backed Shiite militia and militia is to blame for this week's rocket attack at the base north of Baghdad that killed two U. S. service members and one from Britain's military the Pentagon says the sites hit by U. S. fighter jets yesterday house weapons used to target American and coalition forces in Iraq Dow futures are up more than eight hundred points this morning I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington I'm Richard hake on WNYC in New York New York City is declaring a state of emergency because of covert nineteen mayor Blasio cited an intense increase of cases throughout all five boroughs for now all public gatherings of more than five hundred people are being canceled and smaller venues like restaurants and bars are required to reduce capacity by fifty percent and it's really going to be kind of a hole in our lives and it's painful it's not something we would ever want to do but it's something we have to do the mayor says he intends public schools to remain open and mass transit to continue operating organizations that provide social services throughout the area are considering how to help Nora Moran is the policy director at United neighborhood houses a nonprofit that serves people through our network of settlement houses she says many people count on getting a hot meal at these places yeah we all might be one of the main hot yeah each per day and they're looking into options or take home meals for shelf stable meals not only can bring home and that will last a couple days the city is looking into ways to continue providing meals for children in low income families if schools have to close NJ transit buses and rails are seeing a twenty percent decrease from last week due to concerns over the virus but W. MIC's Karrani reports it's still too early to tell the impact on the agency's bottom line the fear of covert nineteen is making people think twice about taking the train to work but fewer writers can become a real problem in the long term for New Jersey transit ticket sales make up almost forty percent of the budget Len resto has a transit advocacy group and says emergencies like these underscore how important it is for the state to create a dedicated revenue fund for the agency there needs to be a stable source of funding and hopefully you know all this is a good thing that comes out of you know this virus on this economic uncertainty New Jersey transit officials say they're closely watching ticket sales and ridership numbers airport workers in in New York New Jersey are concerned about job security rob hills the vice president of service workers union thirty two BJ he says employers a local airports are beginning to lay off staff as a cost cutting measure he says even if they're re hired it takes time to get security clearances Allen laid off or two longer time you know business I mean they can go back to that job the union is in talks with airport employers to get workers reassigned to other positions if their schedules are caught we do expect rain we could even see a thunderstorm especially before eleven this morning this is WNYC support for NPR comes from W..

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"caputo pearl" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"caputo pearl" Discussed on KCRW

"You're listening to morning edition on eighty nine point nine K. C. R. W. NPR news for southern California including greater palm springs at eighty nine point three live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dave Mattingly house speaker Nancy Pelosi says Congress is close to a deal with the White House on a sweeping aid package for those affected by the corona virus and P. R.'s winter Johnston reports the legislation put forth by house Democrats would include free corona virus testing food security assistance and unemployment benefits for workers affected by the pandemic congressional Republicans have sharply criticized the plan calling it completely partisan and unworkable even if a compromise deal is reached it's unclear how quickly Congress would be able to pass a bill through both chambers economic worries about the virus sparked wall street's steepest single day losses in more than thirty years and P. R.'s you kena Gucci says the Dow lost ten percent yesterday as the S. and P. five hundred fell nine and a half percent the last comparable market crash occurred in October nineteen eighty seven that officially lands all three major stock indices into bear market territory they've each lost more than a quarter of their value since their peaks and all within a month this comes as a public health crisis continues to send huge shock waves into the world's economies in the U. S. the administrations travel ban with a huge swath of Europe sent markets plunging again deepening concern about the long term economic effects this is NPR news from Washington at least six states are closing schools temporarily because of the corona virus they include Ohio Michigan and Maryland the Seattle and San Francisco areas are doing the same NPR's tamale site count house says school officials in Los Angeles are meeting today to decide whether to close for now the superintendent says there are no coronavirus cases associated with schools in the county and that public health officials say it is appropriate for schools to remain open meanwhile there is increasing pressure to close schools from parents teachers and utilize the union that represents more than thirty thousand educators locally the head of the union Alex Caputo pearl said Thursday that he expects the district to close schools within LA rapidly and in human way over the next few days do a lease account tell NPR news Los Angeles the Pentagon says US airstrikes in Iraq targeted five weapons storage facilities belonging to members of an Iranian backed Shiite militia and militia is blamed for this week's rocket attack at the base north of Baghdad that killed two U. S. service members and one from Britain's military the Pentagon says the sites hit by U. S. fighter jets yesterday house weapons used to target American and coalition forces in Iraq Dow futures are up more than eight hundred points this morning I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington you're listening to morning edition on KCRW hi I'm speech it take us the most unnerving part of code nineteen is its uncertainty that's why we hear a KCRW were set to give you the most up to the minute information and.

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Los Angeles Teachers Strike Enters FIFTH DAY Amid Talks

Investor's Edge

00:24 sec | 4 years ago

Los Angeles Teachers Strike Enters FIFTH DAY Amid Talks

"A strike continues. But so do the negotiations between the LA unified school district and the union representing its thirty thousand teachers in fact, the union president Alex Caputo Pearl says the bargaining which resumed yesterday is probably going to continue through the weekend. An agreement is not going to take shape overnight. It's not gonna be a quick and easy

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Hint of new negotiations as L.A. teachers strike for third day

Sean Hannity

00:36 sec | 4 years ago

Hint of new negotiations as L.A. teachers strike for third day

"Syria. United teachers Los Angeles are on strike for the third day in a row union. President Alex Caputo Pearl says they'll be regional rallies today, so striking teachers don't need to come to downtown. To get their message out. Nearly thirty thousand educators have been asking for higher pay smaller class sizes increased staffing of nurses counselors librarians. Teachers and teachers rather are planning to demonstrate outside their schools. L A USD is hoping teachers will return to work helped them lobby for more funding from the state, Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti is reportedly working to restart and reinstate

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Union, Alex Caputo Pearl And Superintendent Austin discussed on Tim Conway Jr.

Tim Conway Jr.

00:41 sec | 4 years ago

Union, Alex Caputo Pearl And Superintendent Austin discussed on Tim Conway Jr.

"For Pancho strike in thirty years started out soggy union, president Alex Caputo Pearl says the demands are clear we are on strike about class size nurses, child slurs. This English teacher says he has at least fifty students in one class it should be divided into two classes of twenty five much more. And I wouldn't have to spend eighteen hours. Grading papers. Every weekend school district says it doesn't have the money to meet the Union's demands in silver lake, Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news. Superintendent Austin says the district remains committed to finding a deal that ends the strike. He says union officials walked away from bargaining after rejecting the district's last after last offer

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LA teachers' strike all but certain as talks stall

Joel Riley

00:32 sec | 4 years ago

LA teachers' strike all but certain as talks stall

"In February teachers in Los Angeles set to start a strike today negotiations between the teachers union and the LA unified school district stalled and teachers are scheduled to hit the picket line this morning United teachers of LA president Alex Caputo Pearl spoke at a press conference on Sunday. Let's be clear teachers do not want to strike teachers strike when they have no other recourse when there is no other alternative teachers are asking for a six and a half percent raising 'em reduce class sizes among other issues. Schools will still be open for the six hundred forty thousand students in America's second

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Federal Reserve hikes interest rates for 4th time this year

The Takeaway

01:17 min | 4 years ago

Federal Reserve hikes interest rates for 4th time this year

"NPR news, Washington. Well, the housing sector may have witnessed more home sold in the month of November. However, the national association of realtors says that for the year sales of existing homes were down seven percent fewer people can afford to buy in part because it is getting more expensive to take out a mortgage because rates are climbing in a rare display of bipartisanship, the White House, and congress are overwhelmingly supportive of a Bill that overhauls the criminal Justice system the Senate passed legislature. Nation yesterday. The house is expected to follow suit this week under the overhaul the Bill would give judges more discretion in sentencing drug offenders and at addresses concerns. The too many people in prison for non violent crimes have not prepared. Well enough to reenter society US stocks are lower. The Dow is down three hundred seventy points one and a half percent at twenty three thousand two hundred eighty five s and p's down one and three quarters percent. Nasdaq is down two point three percent. This is NPR. Good afternoon. It's twelve oh four. I'm doin' psych. Tau with California headlines, Los Angeles teachers could strike as early as mid-january. That's according to Alex Caputo, Pearl president of

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