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"casa pacifica" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

05:36 min | 3 months ago

"casa pacifica" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Brought to you by hotseat. A new memoir from jeff. Immelt the former ceo of general electric. Emily explores his time at the helm of one of the world's largest companies from navigating a post nine eleven world to the two thousand eight financial crisis and more preorder. Your copy today. Donald trump shows nixon's pardon. Was what american needed by. Philip elliott at this point in most new administration's all eyes are on the white house. A new team is rolling into washington eager to put its mark on politics and eager to get going on campaign trail promises to undo what came before presidential appointments the first addressed to congress the big ticket projects like healthcare or education. These typically give newspaper editors their page one stories for weeks and capture the public's attention as joe biden gets ready to hit the one month mark of his presidency on saturday. His early moves are not consuming. All of the political oxygen in washington congress's attempt to ban former president. Donald trump from ever returning to power came up short of the long weekend even as it was abundantly. Clear that senate leader mitch. Mcconnell has zero interest and bringing him back to power conservative media has been overrun both by new york governor andrew cuomo's scandal and an emerging denial lysm that the insurrection of trump's. Second impeachment even happened. Yes you heard that correctly january sixth. Denial ism is becoming a thing. Laura ingram devoted a five minute segment last night on her fox news show to float the theory that january sixth tax didn't happen as we believe them to have the democrats manufactured evidence of it and that nancy pelosi needs to answer for the chaos. That really was just a hoax. She clearly doesn't want to answer. What happened and what her roles and responsibilities or her staff were that day posited representative devon nunez a california republican and a close ally of trump in an appearance on ingram show he and other conservative. Lawmakers are trying to turn the failed insurrection into pelosi's problem and not a violent assault on congress. Egged on by trump biden was never going to get a sympathetic non from the likes of nunez or ingram. But it's what this incipient fiction says about what's happening outside the beltway and television studios that matters a lot of americans are still watching trump. And they're willing to consider this. Denial ism or some version of it. Senator ron johnson of wisconsin republican. Whose seat is on the ballot and twenty twenty two told conservative radio host yesterday that he was aware of only one shot fired on january sixth and disputed the label of the mob. Being armed. this may end up. Being the new normal trump's second acquittal at the hands of the senate kept him in the headlines the emerging investigation of trump's and allies calls to georgia election officials are going to keep him there a nine eleven style commission on january sixth. The tax will sustain has relevance even the removal of traffic barricades his former penthouse at trump tower merits. Note in the national media it makes it easier to see why president gerald ford made the unpopular move to pardon richard nixon back in nineteen seventy four to get the country to move on past deposed leader. The country actually has to turn away from him. Ford got this and his fellow. Republicans paid a huge political price for it in the midterms. Losing forty three house seats and three senate positions as reform-minded candidates ran for office crusading against nixon the class of so-called watergate babies prevailed at the ballot boxes but america was able to move the debate over nixon to a back burner and off every front page. There's no real suggestion. That biden has any plans to pardon trump at this point but it sure attempting thoughts to give biden the runway for takeoff that he needs. This should be biden's moment. The country is united around the prospect of a pandemic relief package and biden's job approval ratings are roughly in line with his modern predecessors at this point in his first term except for trump of course who ran about ten points behind his peers. A popular new president should not be struggling to claim dominance of the national conversation but as long as trump is in the mix the forty fifth president will suck up the airwaves even while banned from twitter and facebook and unusually quiet trump can still dominate an agenda. Something he understood for years as he toyed with running and eventually did as a politician biden doesn't care much about press cycles or publicity he has done just one interview as president the super bowl pegged edition of cbs news. Sixty minutes he will have a second tonight on cnn. A town hall in milwaukee. But if you've got big dreams like he does and a finite amount of time to make good on campaign promises then. It's not helpful to have trump stealing the spotlight. That's why it's awfully tempting to see him make mar-a-lago the new la casa pacifica..

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"casa pacifica" Discussed on UN News

UN News

04:43 min | 3 months ago

"casa pacifica" Discussed on UN News

"Is not only concerned with designing new buildings to the highest environmental standards. She's also helping to transform those extremely leaky buildings. She mentioned. we are in grove street in brooklyn and these are four buildings that are part of a nine ding project called casa pacifica and the project is to take existing buildings and bring them to the passive house standard. The passive house is based mostly on creating an airtight enclosure. That is insulated with continuous installation. Ventilation that is done with heat recovery. So that when we're taking heated air or air condition air out of an apartment. Were taking energy that we put into that conditioning and putting it back into the incoming airstream you've really put a new brand new skin on outer layer on the existing building. A how complicated is that to do. Well you know it kind of looks simple when you look at it now but it was It was a puzzle to figure it out. Most projects such as cassava are encouraging examples of innovation. Climate action. agenda. It's clear that they contact place in isolation as giant. Joseph explains joined up thinking is needed if the city and state to achieve their goals. We need high-efficiency electricity to heat and cool our buildings so that means moving off of the fossil fuel based sources of heating that. We have today for buildings. We need to make our buildings. Energy-efficient contain the costs associated with expanding the electric grid because we are going to need to build out the electric grid if we are to electrify the four million buildings and in new york state. And then the third thing we need to do is Incorporate more load flexibility into buildings so that buildings can communicate with the electric grid and buildings can ramp down and ramp up their loads to balance the overall systems and whilst established cities such as new york are grappling with the legacy of their past other parts of the world or urbanizing at breakneck speed. Potentially storing up problems for the future. Christofle is the head of the housing unit at un habitat the un agency that promotes safe and sustainable urban environments a supporter of retrofitting products like cazar perceive which improve existing housing stock. He's confident that the developing economies of the global south can benefit from the kind of innovation seen in new york from the best figure. I'll work on housing with his very large share of the emissions to come about of like the new housing stock that is required to be built in your future. So when we work as you touching on the future of cities your forensic for it's really key consideration to make sure that decision and this new housing stock can mitigate the impact undo on the climate but also contract to reduce greenhouse gas emission. some companies are pretty printing houses in africa sub saharan africa. And some years ago this would have not been really maybe like the most attractive approach to reducing greenhouse gas emission. And especially from the lakers. Joel point of view. But it's a very. It's a very interesting solution to be able to produce housing at scale at cost but also By streamlining the way that you are building house in the also like sourcing sourcing materials. You can really have a positive impact on the environment by reducing emissions christofle alone head of housing at un habitat back in new york. No one is underestimating. The scale of task ahead but there is a sense that the political technical and logistical stars are running and that we have a fighting chance of achieving the goal of bringing down global temperatures one building at a time. It's not rocket science. The challenges that we need to achieve. There's just a a lot of issues. We need to work out on the ground. We gotta get the costs down. Are we going to get care. I've traveled to some european countries where they set these goals. And they say they're gonna try and that's what we're gonna do. We're going try. I'm katelyn and you've been listening to the latest on the flagship podcast from news for daily texts audio and video stories. Go to a website. News dot u. n. dot org..

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"casa pacifica" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:29 min | 6 months ago

"casa pacifica" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"casa pacifica" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

02:22 min | 11 months ago

"casa pacifica" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"No, it's not. Well according to the adopted mom don, King Larry had been diagnosed with reactive attachment disorder as well. And this is the condition like the Russian children that were adopted over your hat, a lot of where the kid can't develop a close bond with his caregivers Yano this just Russian kids, but they're certainly as. A large number of Russian dot. Is it had this problem, right? I think that's I'm just saying them because that's when it came to light a lot in the media. But as he got older, he developed his own interests. He was fascinated by insects, enjoyed doing crafts spending time with the family dog, and then he loved to up and wear jewelry, which made him different than the other boys. And everyone would agree that Larry was effeminate. He was held back in school, repeating the first grade, and by the time he was in the third grade. The kings noticed that he was really being bullied by the other students. But in November of two thousand seven, when Larry was fourteen, he was removed from his adoptive home and placed in a group home and treatment centre named Casa. PACIFICA, so this was a local shelter for abused and neglected kids, and this happened after allegations were made that his adoptive father was physically abusing him. And actually there had been twenty two complaints of abuse. The Father Greg would deny this abuse but Larry. WHO FROM HERE ON OUT? We're going to call it. Teacher told his assistant principal Joy Epstein that Greg would mean when he drank. And there's a lot of evidence and testimonials to. Go, along with fact that Brag really didn't like that. Larry was effeminate and really took it out on him his anger. So, maybe some homophobia. Transphobia going on in the DOPP. Div- home surly. Sounds lacquer appears that he was in pretty mean drunk. Well, yes, so Latisha was finally removed from that home. And that happened after the kings filed charges against Latisha for theft and vandalism and actually had her arrested. and. It's believed that the theft here was just latisha taking food from the refrigerator in her own home..

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"casa pacifica" Discussed on Celeb News Ride Home

Celeb News Ride Home

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"casa pacifica" Discussed on Celeb News Ride Home

"Dare you on Yeah welcome to the PODCAST. Where I sum up the celebrity news for Ya Yeah it's a you know. It's another day another day and the celebrity news cycle. It's it's going. It's not stopping anytime soon. If there's one thing constant in this life it's that celebrities will continue to give us little tidbits of their lives so that we can report on them and and that's just one of the universal truths that's that's a constant in this world I hope you're all doing well. Hope you're staying sane and healthy. I don't know if you're experiencing this but every single person I know who is courting right now has like Phantom symptoms of cove it like every day and then they like go away like we're all just like convinced we're going to get it and we keep thinking every time like we swallow really was the how to swallow that hurt or is that a normal swallow or like now that we know that if you lose your sense of smell taste. That's one of the symptoms of Kobe. Nineteen so like every single day. I'm lighting my scented candles. Like trying to smell them and be like who? Okay I can smell. I can smell. It can smell my volume. Spa Casa PACIFICA candle. So I definitely don't have Kovic today. Oh my God but also a big big big shout out of love to anyone who does have it and going through it right now. We're all rooting for you. You.

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"casa pacifica" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

14:52 min | 1 year ago

"casa pacifica" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Some cases it's better than than others but I think that there I don't think it's any secret that Mrs Jackson was frustrated at times and maybe of of whether her position would be heated or not but it didn't stop her from doing what came natural to her and what she felt she can do to make a contribution so I will I would say my experience with this two in Mrs bush was the same way when I remember when I interviewed with her to be your chief of staff and the first thing she said to me as I'm not here for myself I'm here for George and because of George and with that that message that helped me as a chief of staff get access to the assets and the things that I needed to help her help him and people knew that and for that reason too we had a successful Ron I think for her at some point at you and maybe Susan rose to the others became actually got took the title assistant to the president with the highest ranking Russian within the White House right top staff level so there was some recognition of the east wing had a voice and had a has a role to play that's invaluable and the president too well lately depends on during their sleep early Nixon days Kate Andersen Brower who wrote the book called first women are three years ago our rights that no First Lady had a more fraught relationship with the west wing then Pat basically because Bob Haldeman wanted to run everything and I think a lot of people you came to the White House after of of Mister Haldeman Mr with one of gone I think I miss them yeah but then there were those in the administration who clearly saw how important she was Chuck Colson who had an interesting career path of his own actually worked to the president at some point saying that Pat Nixon on a foreign trip had broken through where we failed to project a more human side of the administration ought of parade magazine wrote five you're just five years ago that saying that despite his reputation for being a neglectful husband Dick was a sentimental partner and they write in March nineteen sixty nine he summoned social secretary Lucy Winchester to a private meeting at the White House to help plan a surprise party for his wife he was so excited during the meeting he's saying the entirety of Happy Birthday to you cried his details for the event in minute detail Pat once told reporter friend let one of the Associated Press with her number four and time Pat told reporter friend on court he's very dear personally I don't think I would have stayed with him otherwise and there were others are other interesting forces that come up about that that needs to have a First Lady seen as a partner and you recognize the name Roger ailes who was a Nixon media adviser who says in a memo to Mr hold one on may fourth nineteen seventy Pat Nixon the the the he he wrote to the to Haldeman saying please tell the president to talk to her and smile at her and Haldeman wrote back and you tell it a panel discussion on American history on Pat Nixon's White House experiences we're hearing from Patricia Mattson former speechwriter for Pat Nixon also in need of a bride who's chief of staff to lower portion Betty Monkman retired chief curator at the White House moderator for this panel discussion journalist incomes she definitely had mac phone and just to back up for a minute there had to be a genesis for the working man's planing and I think I think it may have originated in the west wing I'm not sure Vance planning okay get it okay no she she just continued on with what was on her agenda she didn't let Bob Haldeman her her or even slow her down which you should mention former speechwriter for Pat Nixon she was gracious as always and then when I had did what she thought she should go but I think in the early seventies it's hard to imagine now but there was a White House east wing press corps of women that you have heard the First Lady it was a very different time and they looked at it more much more in the traditional manner that and then since I think so it was a I mean press secretary first press secretary used to do briefings you know for the press for a few years so you can speak to that apps that stopped I think a lot later a gradual yeah most if you couldn't even give it a day but in the beginning yes it was just a little a core of maybe four or five women that also you know followed around to various things and then she started doing international trips well remember in the vice presidential days she had already done fifty three foreign trips I mean that's unbelievable hi she may have been the most prepared woman could be First Lady that there's ever been and history she had so much experience and so much experience at a young age he was very very confident of the things of the things that she needed to do and could enhance the position and also enhance the the staff at the wall I was going to say it the acceptance of of her constituents in the presidency and in any resonance yeah knew Pat Nixon or it met mac Nixon worked for Pat or or president Nixon either Bobby so so many of you who are women involved with the the regular found it well but the foundation we're going to open this up to questions in just a moment and I want to ask all three of you on the Pat Nixon come back to the White House of it should come to visit or did she once once they left and went back to casa pacifica did she kind of leave that behind I don't recall that he ever came back to the White House no no the first lady did and I would give a lot of credence to a Mrs Nixon for her graciousness toward the cannon Mrs Kennedy this is on now talk with tell us about the wonderful seven I think it was seventy one the early seventies when the two portraits of president Kennedy were completed and Mrs Nixon wrote to Mrs Onassis asking what she would like to do about a ceremony at present the man is announces wrote back and said she really wasn't up to a ceremony so Mrs Nixon them invited Mrs Kennedy and her children to come back for a private viewing and I remember they locked down the house was locked down that day when this is candy with Mrs Onassis was coming back nobody could enter through the east or west wing into the residence area and they invited Mrs Kennedy and the children to look at the poor trips that we had hung them on the on the locations they're going to be and then invited them up to the private quarters and Julie and Tricia showed the children the rooms that they had been and when the can the children right young and then the present the sticks and invited them for a a lovely private dinner and I thought that was just one of the most gracious things that they could have done at that time to preserve Mrs Onassis privacy and give her the time her one time that she ever came back to the White House Betty Monkman retired chief curator at the White House and Mrs Onassis wrote the heroes hi Ching and beautiful letter you can imagine saying that the Nixons had made the day she most dreaded a wonderful experience for her and her kids and it just may would bring a tear to your eye Susie this letter she was also very complimentary to Mrs Nixon about how the White House had been improved Eiji said every there were no dark corners anymore in the White House in the G. is done a beautiful job and she also complimented their ability raising the the two lovely daughters that you have and that she was so she said to raise young women like that who are in the public eyes their entire lives is a very difficult thing to do when you did a beautiful job and she's happy that her children got to meet the nexus children there's a portrait of Betty of of of Pat Nixon tell us about that well it's a it's a very poignant extremely beautiful portrait I think painted by unrealized heard and it was paid out in San Clemente in nineteen seventy eight and I'm real quiet when out there to paint her in the house of the Nixons home there and it came up to the White House but I have a quote that promote a new note that I'm re out why a third of sent to Julie about her impression of her mother while he was painting his portrait and I'd like to read a little bit of it because it's so I think so beautifully vocative who Mrs Nixon was so this is already out wide heard she said about the bridge of the nose that it's almost Greek your mother has eyes that are like no one else's the eyes revealed an unusual spirit they are the eyes of a sixteen year old girl an expression of great sweetness and in that expression occasionally the doors closed and the lights go out for there is the wistfulness in your mothers beauty which is what one finds that all great beauties always the feeling of something beyond the desire for the unattainable she has maintained a kind of fragile beauty about her life when she looked out the window at the hummingbirds and never hummingbird there is a hummingbird in the paint hummingbird out in the pages I like the expression then in her eyes best she still believes to spike in justice I just thought that was a beautiful tribute ladies and gentleman let's hear from you we have a microphone Julianne over here and I think another microphone over here could we bring a microphone down to Bobbi Kilburn I'm going to try this that stand but I broke my hip so it's a little difficult but you talked about Mrs Nixon support of of women's rights and this is one story that all the sun flooded back to me and I was in nineteen seventy two at the Republican National Convention they had a platform committee obviously to decide public policy for the first time it had to be fifty percent men of fifty percent women and the majority of women on the platform committee wanted to do something about childcare and supporting it financially the majority of men I'm sorry you did not want to and it was got very very feisty and fairly tense and then all of the sun all the tension went away and they supported funding for for federal childcare and I asked why and people just looked at me and said the east wing just said it was time this is a lively crowd we've over here in the third row please thank you thank you all this month and your stories about the collections amazing here tonight is there another when you care to share with us please the cooling fan acquisition perhaps Mrs Nixon's favorite or even your favorite I don't know there is a favorite I think this is Nixon was very interested in portraits of first ladies particularly in presence I mentioned the Dolly Madison portrait but she also hosted a very large reception at the time that the Addams family gave the portraits of Louisa Catherine Adams and John Quincy Adams that had been in the family for over a hundred and fifty years since they were first painted in the nineteenth century and she gave a wonderful a reception and invited many many atoms descendants to that reception at the time so I think of and I remember to this is Johnson had worked on trying to acquire a portion of James Madison but it didn't come into the White House until the Nixon administration and she invited Mrs Johnson back for the ceremony when that was unveiled in nineteen sixty nine nineteen seventy I think it was I do remember when the blue room was unveiled in nineteen seventy two and that was a major major project and this is Nixon had gone with the message conger and Edward Mason Jones to an historic house here in Georgetown to a place to look at plasterwork which was then copied and ripped replicated for the blue room and so they were having this enormous reception that was going to be held and it happened to be the evening the George Wallace was shot and Maryland here on in the Maryland suburbs yeah but they went on with the reception and a member of president and.

"casa pacifica" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"casa pacifica" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"News Radio. I'm Brian peers. Authorities in northern California are recruiting zone DNA specialist to help identify human remains in the ruins of the campfire Butte county sheriff Corey Honi says more and more resources are being used and the rescue effort each day. I will tell you that we're bringing more and more every day to get a better handle. And a better understanding of of what the list is. And what the people put people are unaccounted for the massive wildfire. Incinerated the town of paradise about eighty miles north of Sacramento and has killed dozens of people seven more bodies were found Thursday raising the death toll to sixty three Broward County fourth election office is trying to explain how they finished machine recount of ballots in time. But miss a deadline to file them by two minutes. The state on Thursday went with the earlier reported totals because of the missed deadline there will now be a hand recount of to Florida races for US Senate and agricultural commission. Those results are expected Sunday as other in California nonprofit is helping to feed. Families the firefighters affected by the massive ballsy fire chefs in volunteers for world central kitchen had been preparing salads and sandwiches at the CASA Pacifica center for vacuous from Ventura in LA county's. We are feeding first responders were feeding, you know, some Edison Cal trans CHP sheriff's, you know, people that are evacuated all the Red Cross shelters where taking care of all the meals for them. They have turned out thousands of meals and starting last week Wiki leaks, founder Julian Assange is facing charges in the US. But the details are under wraps. The Washington Post is reporting that a prosecutor, let's slip unintentionally that Assange was charged under seal. Federal prosecutors happened investigating Assange over the leak of diplomatic cables and military documents in two thousand ten he is also a subject of investigation in the special counsel's investigation into Russian meddling in the two thousand sixteen presidential election. The news at Assange had been charged came in an unrelated case, you're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio. This is the Joe pags show to talk to gel. Call eight eight eight nine four wine pags and now joepags. Radio stations across the land joepags dot com. Facebook Twitter, Instagram, Email, all of that and more right there. It is the Joe pags show. Coming your way on a Thursday. I'm feeling alright. That is Carrie lucky Kerry went up. Hey, how's it going? Yeah. Pre show that goes on. How are you doing? We'll make it all good. There's a lot going on Florida's stuff and get to that later on. We'll start with a story. It's gonna make you scratch your head. The second. I we sing. Wow. That's rough. Good. Yesterday. Yeah. And then some. Welcome to the program. So we're keeping an eye on Florida carries a lot going on in Florida. We'll we'll highlight that later maybe our number two. We've also got Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North on. Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North is is the president of the NRA. Do that. Right. We reported benefit I believe so. Got that for you. Which is always nice..

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"casa pacifica" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"casa pacifica" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Pep rally and vote here are the top ten schools in the running for this CASA Pacifica, non public school committee, yo Franklin high school in Los Angeles. Heritage tie Menefee James a Garfield high school, east LA Montebello high school in Montebello, orange vista high school in Paris, Paris, high school in Paris a little competition right there to them Rancho Verde high school Moreno valley to Mesko cannon highschool leak Elsinore village, academy high school in Pomona. So those are the top ten where's Los Alamitos? Listen, you gotta get your people in life. The loyalty. Click click, boo. Boo Hoo Hoo. Hey, hey, where are you? Whoever gets the most votes gets a kiss FM huge crew pep rally given the com keyword pep rally. So Tanya, you're asking me, did I do I get my nails done by someone. Yes. So I met somebody that used to do your nails. Why hold on? I do my nails. I have had over the years a manicure pedicure when they look grubby I try and clean them up a little bit. Who is this person you speak up? And so this woman seemed it seemed to me that she used to do them regularly sitting there getting my nails done. And I met a new place that never been there before. Right. And you know, she was asking me like what do I do? And I said, oh, I work in a small talk. Yeah. You're so close to each other and that will table some always like, oh, I work in radio and it release anything and she says, oh, I used to do someone's nails that works in radio. And I was like a thinking, it's just there's so many people how many radio people getting emails, then let's be honest. And I said, oh who and she said Ryan Seacrest. And I said, oh, you don't say I was like I actually work with him now. And she said, yeah. Used to do his nails when right when he started at one or two point seven kiss FM. What was her name? Her name was candy candy. I called candies nails. Years ago. So like fifteen years ago. Yes. And the very first thing she asked me, she says, he's gay right? Everybody. Not everybody else that and that wasn't even a question. She actually made a statement. I said, no, no, she's used to do his nails. Tell him a high in. Congrats like we'll do. Wow. Yeah. That is fascinating. She was really excited. How many times did you get your nails done this month or exactly she said shiny buff? Yeah. Any wouldn't do color? No, no color, shiny buff. Come out of your mouth tiny. But please can we do in twelve minutes. See she doesn't know me that. Well. It's been fifteen years. I still with the same answer..

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"casa pacifica" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"casa pacifica" Discussed on KOMO

"Prime minister of japan that's abc jonathan karl reporting other things worth noting this morning the department of health and human services is now saying that the government did not in fact lose nearly fifteen hundred migrant children who entered this country the department's deputy secretary says now now what happened is that the children's sponsors have not responded to calls from the agency to check on the children the officials said many times sponsors who often are the children's parents or other relatives don't answer the phone because they're in the country illegally well now to hawaii where more eruptions property damage and evacuations are being reported amid that long eruption of killilea on the big island explosive geyser sending mounds of molten destruction surging down neighborhoods streets sparking new evacuations lavas movie lot quicker than it was earlier today and so it's a dangerous situation so you're saying we've got to get out of here definitely got to get out of here please we all want to be in the first responders first responders going door to door ordering residents to leave ten more homes destroyed overnight in all now more than fifty have been consumed by lava and those red hot rivers spilling onto this geothermal plant overtaking to wells but officials say it hasn't triggered toxic gas emissions as some feared weeks of options now hitting the states bottom line towards bookings down as much as fifty percent according to estimates even though the lava flow impacts only one percent of hawaii's big island and with no fisher still opening an old ones quieting down only to erupt again geologists say this volcanic emergency here shows no signs of stop abc's marcy gonzalez in hawaii this morning alberto has been downgraded to a sub tropical depression that's the storm that's been weakening significantly it made landfall yesterday afternoon on the florida panhandle the ocean front california estate that richard nixon used as his western white house is up for sale if you can afford it former allergen pharmaceuticals chief gavin herbert is putting the five and a half acre property in san clemente on the market he's asking sixty three and a half million dollars but that's a significant drop from the seventy five million he was asking for three years ago and there were no nibbles the nineteen ninetysix complex named la casa pacifica by nixon features fifteen thousand square feet of living space komo news time four fifty it's time now for our propel insurance money update three mario batali restaurants in las vegas are shutting down.

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