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"cato canyon" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Props for you your next check of traffic coming up in two. It's it's two forty forty-three. This. Is southern California's only twenty four hours, local news and traffic station. KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. Depend on us to forty four. I'm rob a trend coming up author Nathan Glazer considered the leading scholar of the American experience has died industries take stock of new drone rules that story. Coming up in five minutes when Bloomberg checks your money. Rams fans gathered in downtown LA for the NFC championship game. And they are on the edge of their seats on these stories coming up for the next fifteen minutes but first aids to forty five traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the fives. Here's many check. Oh, Indian springs just north of Cato canyon on little to Hunga canyon road at mile marker twelve a car went into a ravine by one hundred feet down CHP and a tow truck working to get the vehicle back onto the highway get the driver's safely on his way, if possible San Fernando one eighteen east before laurel canyon truck lost a bicycle the vehicle over to the right shoulder the bike, and it's wreck in lanes. Just a heads up as you approach west LA four or five south before the ten a two car. Fender bender both over to the right shoulder. Traffic bunches up past the accident. Your drive around the lesion park five nor just past the one ten a car Novon collided. Both along the center divider with the backup to Broadway, south LA, one ten north at gauge to car. Fender bender both over to the right shoulder. It's. Slow from century paramount. They cleared that Sigler however, ninety one west downing we have another two car. Fender bender and this one is along the right shoulder the backup to Clark city of orange twenty two east approaching the crush. We had a hit and run the victim's vehicle in lanes. Now, that's just been moved over to the right shoulder. But there still remains a backup to the city drive. Our next report is a two fifty five. I'm an evangelical was more traffic reports..
"cato canyon" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Week is going to start this evening. So maybe get into work a little early today. Go home a little bit early may be miss it. That'd be my advice. So let me just go over some of the evacuation orders. First of all you heard evacuation orders in Burbank yesterday. Those have been lifted with one exception the mandatory evacuation for a country club drive along via Montana's been downgraded to voluntary. They say officials say about five hundred households near Somare might be ordered to evacuate. The homes are close to the area that burden in late twenty seventeen some homeowners especially in the dangerous areas have been warned go ahead and leave even if it's not mandatory affected. Areas could include Cato canyon little Tonga canyon and Lopez canyon, then we have voluntary evacuation orders. Still in place for several neighborhoods near the burn zone around lake Elsinore part of to Mexico canyon road was also closed last night because of flooding and debris flow in just a moment. We'll talk with ABC's. Karen Travers, and I will try and get this frog out of my throat. Don't you love it? When you wake up and you're like I felt fine yesterday. Feel fine this morning. I just sound. I sound like the weather, right? Just kinda creepy. Everybody's got this weird. Allergy thing going on and I'm the recipient as well. So we'll talk with ABC's. Karen Travers Democrats passed up a lunch at the White House with the president. And so I'm wondering if that's an indication of where this talks stand get we're at a stalemate, I get nobody's going anywhere. And they said we're going to, you know, dig our heels in but come on guys just meet for lunch. Make it look good to the rest of us. Make us think that you're talking. That's all I'm asking for.
"cato canyon" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Heard from the Weather Channel rain all across the area and EFI says to constant problems, but so far from pizza so good for those canyons. If this changes you'll note here, I as we track. This storm live once your home tomorrow morning. Get back years, you'll know what is out there in front of you because round three is tomorrow. And we could see an inch tomorrow and another inch on Thursday. We're getting to the midpoint now of this series of storms. Meantime, LA county officials warning residents who live in the creek fire burn area in Cato canyon. Lopez canyon and little to Hunga to be ready to go at a moment's notice for that part of our in depth team coverage we go live to downtown LA and KNX ten seventy s Margaret Carrero the real concern. Here is the possibility for as much as one and a quarter inches of rain to fall per hour in the burn scar areas, especially over the next few days, and the hillsides are already saturated LA county public works director, Mark Australia says right now all the debris. Nations are ready with maximum capacity ready to capture what may come down. What's unusual about the event? That's happening. Now is we're having back to back storms on a daily basis. So debris is building up in the system. L A county fire chief deputy, David Richardson, says they're ready to they have pre deployed resources include our urban search and rescue teams as well as our swiftwater teams that have been deployed not only in the burn areas. But also throughout the county to address any issues sheriff's department, also establishing patrols to monitor evacuated areas for looters and to ensure public safety reporting live in downtown LA, Margaret caro- KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio mandatory evacuation orders issued for parts of Ventura County over concerns about slides and debris flow. They include bell canyon oak park. Unincorporated Thousand Oaks, south coast, Malibu Mattila, Wheeler springs, north four to cedar springs, Ventura County sheriff's sergeant Eric boost show tells KNX mudslide can still impacts people. Even if it doesn't hit their home areas or isolated. Areas. And the concern is people are. Stay there and heavy rainfall comes and there's much light on roads and things like that. Completely cut them off mandatory evacuations are also in effect for people who live in the Thomas fire, burn area of Santa Barbara county. It's our other big story today in depth team coverage of day two of the L A teacher strike. We just heard from superintendent Austin Putina KNX ten seventy s Claudia pisgah with zehr. And she has a live report. Well, they started this news conference with some parents who basically asked both sides to get a deal done. So kids can start getting real instruction again then-superintendent nurse said preliminary figures indicated attendance was up on day two of the teachers strike, but the numbers he provided show only about a third of kids went to school today, anywhere anytime. Anywhere anytime. I'll meet. Resolve this with anyone from UT leadership or anyone else in our community who can help resolve this because we'd like it. Resolve getting there has been faulted by United teachers LA leaders for skipping recent talk. So I asked him to confirm that he personally would take part in any future negotiations. If it's necessary, I will be anywhere anytime anywhere anytime that's clear, anywhere anytime. I'll meet reporters had a lot of questions, but narrow promptly left the room. One of the big questions. Parents have is whether their kids will be considered truant for missing school during the strike. A district spokesperson says no a letter going out to parents this evening. Also says absences during the strike will not keep students from graduating reporting live Claudia pets guitar KNX. Ten seventy NewsRadio. We have lots of spin outs crashes on our freeways this afternoon because of this number two out of four rainstorms that are moving in. And we've got another one. It's on the five in Burbank will get more details about that coming up and traffic less than four minutes from now it's four eleven. Hi, it's Denise. When we all have routes around town to try and the insane traffic, especially the traffic.
"cato canyon" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Steve Bertrand in the WGN radio newsroom. These are the stories that matter on seven twenty WGN. Steve bertrand. This is John Williams. It's one thirty six on WGN, by the way, Steve just a couple more text messages about that Amazon audio from A L E X. I know if we say that it sets off people's machines. So I'm not going to say it. But in fact, can you just play a clip from that for us the audio? She's busy screening of call just for a second play play the beginning of that. Hello, Chicago, sorry about the h q to rejection. But if it's any constellation you're the second city, we chose get it. It's funny. Because one of your nicknames is the second city, and that's also the name of the comedy institution in your city. Comedy speaking of the and it goes on like that. So I bet all the city's weren't said told there were a number two the second city joke. Okay. Fair enough. But all the other cities got their version of that many of them did. Yeah. What a bad idea. I don't know people like little Easter eggs like that. John. It's stupid to have H Q to in New York and Virginia would you wanna headquarters in central city of the US like Chicago? I think the reason you want to be in Virginia New York is first of all you have four senators representing your interest rather than to, and I don't know what the political makeup of those states are the power is of those committees that those Senator sit on, but I totally believe that it was part of a political play. They've got a big presence outside DC. I don't think that's a big surprise, John. We should raise Amazon's real estate taxes. And then see how funny that is. Ha ha ha, hey, John. Here's a joke for Amazon. I'm just reading texts. I just cancelled the forty dollar order that I was going to put on Amazon, and instead I'm going to bite at a retail shop. Ha ha ha. The list of texts goes on. So there was a story in the New York Times about these fires in California. Have you watched some of the videos of people driving through? Yeah. It's amazing. It looks like one of those ambi- movies. You know, where everything is just desolate and cars are burnt out. And there's no sign of life. And there's just smoldering logs and houses it looks like Walking Dead. I mean, and it's weird because I watched a video today and a guys just driving through the neighborhood for a few miles. I mean, the video went three or four minutes, and it's just absolutely other-worldly the landscape that he was showing cars that are just shells. Some of them driven off onto the side of the road. Some of them parked in driveways, just completely incinerated in houses. Then by the way, sometimes something that seems to have somehow miraculously escaped, but mostly just absolute desolation. And there's conversations out there about the forest management in California. And how how did this come to be? The New York Times quotes, a doctor Chad Hansen Hanson of the John Muir project on this topic. And we reach out to him to answer a couple of basic questions you, and I may have Dr Hanson. It's John Williams, you're on WGN in Chicago. How are you? I'm doing well. How are you? Good. So that that's my description of it. How do you describe the fire and what you've seen so far? Well, I think your description is is right on the money. With regard to the. Incredibly severe impact on the town of paradise. The majority of the homes in that town were were burned down. And so the level of devastation is is really hard for people to comprehend obviously dozens of lives lost. And for me. This just underscores what myself and a lot of other. Scientists have been saying about this issue, which is that we need to fundamentally shift our thinking from this outdated twentieth century notion that we should be suppressing fires in remote dot country areas and doing these lodging projects in deep in the forest far from home, so that somehow that's gonna protect communities because what the science is telling us, and what this horrific example of what happened in in a campfire paradise is telling us is that we have to focus our attention and our resources on protecting homes from wildland fire. And we know we can do that. Well, with the research is telling us is that if we apply fire safe principles two houses and help people do that and help people do what we call defensible space with one hundred feet of homes, just basically pruning, small trees and lower limbs mature trees, removing most of the shrubs and grasses if we do that then over ninety percent of homes will survive while Dan. Fire's even big intense ones. And in many cases, where this is really been done effectively over ninety nine percents of homes are survived. These fires. We just saw that for example in the the tuna fire last year in Los Angeles County, and so we know we can do this effectively, but when the president of the United States, so this is a forest management issue. And what we need to do supposedly rollback environmental laws and basically radar national forests and other set of forest lands opened up even more intensive largely from the logging industry that is going to make things a lot worse because it's not only gonna damage habitat, but it's gonna destroy a lot of communities because it diverts attention and resources away from could be focused. Well, we're just protecting the president wasn't specific when he lobbed those two tweets out there saying shame on then we should withhold funds. They're not doing a good job with forestry management. And I wondered if in fact, he wasn't suggesting what you I said that. We need to prune trees and shrubs away from homes one hundred feet if maybe that's not forestry management. But, but if we did that you think that this sort of desolation that we're seeing wouldn't be happening, right? That's right. We're not going to get to one hundred percent home protection. I'm not sure it's possible. But we are seeing examples big intense. Fires. We're seeing over ninety nine percent of the home survived. Fires real gentiles in recent fires in California and elsewhere. So we can do this. The reason I say that the president was talking about doing intensive logging out in the forest and not you. Pruning, lower limbs and small trees next to houses is because this is the second time that he's made a comment like this. And also his interior secretary house Zinke, mid comments along these lines as well, basically pushiness this mid twentieth. Century notion about logging deep in the forest, and somehow that's gonna stop fire. Here's the great irony at this. Bitter irony actually, use it. Yeah. We did my colleagues, and I did the most comprehensive analysis ever conducted on this issue, and what we sound is forest with the fewest environmental protections and the most logging actually burned the most intensely. So everything the president is proposing is actually going to damage for us and increase our intensity. But it's going to basically put homes and lives at more risk than what we saw in the town of paradise in the camp. Lurch? That's our blues area that have been intensively large public and private lands for years before this fire occurred, and it went through that area. So. Fast. People didn't have time to evacuate are these kinds of fires inevitable because of climate change. Or I don't know are are these are these topics related. They are related climate change is certainly a factor. Rising temperatures and climate change drought cycles, we've always had droughts, but they can make it worse by climate change, certainly by June temperatures have a role to play and all those things can can increase fire. What's important to understand is that we need to have a totally separate conversations about the impacts of weather and onto nudity, which is always a catastrophe. Whenever life a life is lost. Our home is burned services. What fire is doing out in wildland and forests and oak woodlands, and there it's a completely different outcome. Because the reality is is it study after study on my own research, and many of my colleagues what we're finding is that we actually have less fire now in our forests than we did historically. There's really no debate about that scientifically. So it's not a disaster. When fired occurs in the forest, but it's always a disastrous fire sex town and DNS LIZA loss. I get your point on that. I was in Colorado visiting my brother and family the other day just a few weeks ago. In fact, we went for a hike through the woods and the Rockies there. They have a cabin up north west of Denver anyway, as I was walking through this force for the first time I've been in that kind of environment. Maybe it was somewhat similar to what they haven't. Cal. I was amazed at how much dead wood. There is everywhere old trees some of them dry some of them not. So but just amazed at how much brush and trees there were in the forest. I always thought a forest is a bunch of trees living in standing over, you know, years and years and years, I guess some of them fall. And I thought about the and and as you go through these cabins in these neighborhoods, you'll see piles and piles are stacks of logs and sticks in woods that people have collected. But it just seems to be like fighting the tide. I wondered how can you ever if a fire came through here? These people are toast. You know what I mean? It's really interesting. I mean, this is one of the things I love about my sealed it's kind of like opposite world. So many of the things we're learning are counter intuitive. At least they seem so at I one of those things is that first of all when when you'd have patches of trees that are killed either by drought and these native beetles species called bark beetles or by patches, a firework burns more intensely, those areas of dead trees are actually incredibly important habitat. Type recall snag forest habitats. And it turns out that many different wildlife species have evolved to depend on dead. Trees many different insect species. We've all depend on dead trees and a lot of the wildlife species. Eat those insects woodpeckers could nest cavities in trees because they're softer live trees and dozens of species of birds and small mammals depend on those dead trees in a way, it's kind of the cornerstone of the whole forest ecosystem. So what we're learning is that a forest is not just like trees, of course, ecosystem to be healthy ecologically has to have a lot of trees down logs when the other things that we're learning. And there's a bunch of research on this is is that areas with a lot of dead trees and the forest do not burn more intensely than force with few or no dead trees. You would think that that doesn't make any sense at all because it seems like well, it's dead. Dry. Would it's going to burn more tensely. But the way I experienced slant to people as like a campfire. So you've never built a campfire. You know, you don't put a big log on the fire and stick a match to it and expected to burn. It's not gonna happen. You put kindling dry lease a needles little twigs. And eventually it gets going. You put something bigger on dead. Tree in the forest is just the same. You know, pretty quickly after that treat dies those Daniels fall on the ground, and they decay into soil and the small twigs fallen decay. And it's kind of like a big law. Just standing in the forest. There's actually not that much to carry the flames. So the advice, I'll let you go on this, very helpful Dr. But it would be stop worrying about the forest if you will that is those logging solutions and just more focused the attention on where the homes themselves are. And if you cleared away, the kindling if you will by even one hundred feet, you think much of this disaster would not take place. That's absolutely, right. And that's what the evidence shows in study after study and the other thing that's important about this. And the reason why we have to focus on homes is that the majority of the fires where homes are being lost and lives are being lost. Or not even in force there in grasslands and chaparrals shrub habitat Oakland. Listen to this two six nine just texted in and they said, but how will pruning trees and shrubs help when seventy mile an hour. Winds are blowing these burning embers onto your house roof. So I I believe that speaks to just exactly what you were getting at the winds are going to carry the flame anyway. Right. Yeah. Exactly. Here's a here's an example last fall. House my wife, and I own in a place called Cato canyon Jason to the Angeles national forest in southern California thirteen fire. Yeah. It was driven by sixty five mile an hour winds, very very low humidity. High temperatures, you know, the most extreme fire, weather, you can imagine that's fire in that community. Everyone takes defensible space. Really seriously..
"cato canyon" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Kabc news live and local at two thirty i'm jeff whittle the clock's ticking for hundreds of la county residents who will have to evacuate their homes before the worst of the storm system hits later today torrential rain and mudslides are expected in areas of cato canyon lopez canyon little to hunga and portions of laguna canyon road la county sheriff jim mcdonald says those living there will have to leave by six o'clock tonight so pack up now you are in harm's way potentially we would not ask you to leave your residents that we didn't feel very serious and so we need to work together to be able to ensure that everybody stays safe voluntary evacuation orders have been issued for certain areas of burbank because of the tuna fire that takes effect at eight o'clock james rowe haas kabc news and the family of serial bomber mark condit is speaking out after learning their son was responsible for all of the package bombings in austin texas which killed two people and injured four others hunted family issued a statement saying they're devastated and broken the family says they had no idea the darkness that mark must have been in and there are normal family in every way the statement says the family is praying for anyone impacted by the bombings and for mark soul according to police conduct bloom self up after being approached by police i'm clayton neville talkradio seven ninety kabc sports the clippers are hoping to snap a four game losing streak when they battled the box this afternoon in milwaukee and the lakers they're looking to halt at three game skid when they visit the pelicans tomorrow the ducks go for their fourth straight victory tonight when they visit the calgary flames la kings take on the colorado avalanche tomorrow starting at four thirty pm right here on kabc and that sports in the home of.
"cato canyon" Discussed on 790 KABC
"What's going on well brought when they're bringing this guy from cambridge analytica calling about on the carpet and asking him questions guy was like they don't even know what to us because they don't know what they're talking about a talking mellon lenham millennial about it see that didn't quite so much because i'm a little more private secretary i'm pissed at the facebooks taking care of this problem eternally midday live lawrence von dr drew its talk radio seven hundred kabc time for some news which jeff dr drouin kabc news is live and local at twelve thirty the clock's ticking for hundreds of la county residents who will have to evacuate their homes before the worst of the storm system hits her annual rain and mudslides are expected in areas of cato canyon lopez canyon little tahonga and portions of la tuna canyon road la county sheriff jim mcdonald says those living there will have to leave by six o'clock tonight so pack up now you are in harm's way potentially we would not ask you to leave your residence that we didn't feel very serious and so we need to work together to be able to ensure that everybody stays safe voluntary evacuation orders have been issued for certain areas of burbank because of the la tuna fire that takes effect at eight o'clock james rowe haas kabc news flood advisory is in effect for most of la county in southwest ventura county for another hour from now rainfall rates of a quarter inch to half inch per hour could cause debris flows and roadway flood adding and those areas austin police say the suspect in five package bombings which killed two people injured four others this month is dead after blowing himself up as swat team closed in on his car early this morning after he pulled over onto the shoulder of interstate thirty five in round rock texas the bomber identified as twenty four year old mark conduct talk radio seven ninety kabc sports flippers hope to snap a four game losing streak when they battled the boxes afternoon in milwaukee lakers hope to halt a three game skid when they visit the pelicans tomorrow the ducks go for their fourth straight victory tonight when they visit the calgary flames.
"cato canyon" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Noor tained alexa enable the kbc a and skill okay fears even see los angeles orange county a cumulus station berg zoellick sir kabc news is live and local at 2 o'clock i'm geoff whittle the la county sheriff's department has announced mandatory evacuation is this afternoon for the cato canyon little to hunger canyon and lopez canyon the areas due to their susceptibility to mudslides following the recent wildfires now is the first winter storm moves through so kowloon there's fears of those mudslides could hit communities were folks are living now sheriff's detective is recovering after being stabbed outside of a jackinthe box and canyon country the attack was unprovoked in happened to right after that attactive left the fast food restaurants was headed back to his car he was confronted by mail a spanich la county sheriff's captain darren harris says 21yearold donald chinchilla asked if he was a deputy when he risks did yes he stabbed the deputy uh one time in the chest area and then immediately fled into the adjacent neighborhood here the man was found and bid by a canine shortly after the detective is in good condition and will survive the attack no word on a motive in santa clarita james throw haas kabc news more than two hundred thousand l salvadorans may have to return to their native country within two years now that the parliament of homeland security's ending their special protections they were offered temporary protected status after an earthquake 17 years ago salvadorans who came to the united states then now face the prospect of being deported under a trump administration policy that also affected what were once refugees from other nations a white house aide says the decision is based on current country conditions and the ability of the country in this case el salvador to observe or tens of thousands of repatriated persons immigrant advocates maintain the country is wracked by violence and poverty plus they say more than fifteen percent of that nation's economy is reliant on money being sent by family members living.
"cato canyon" Discussed on KPCC
"Cato canyon straight sounding alarm dan went outside and saw flames racing toward them from multiple directions we were in effect shackled the couple grabbed their to dogs close some medication they were in such a rush that don didn't have time to put on his prosthetic legs so he threw it in the back of the car they have been through this before in two thousand eight when the merrick fire scorched nearly five thousand acres and you see it on tv and you don't ever think it's going to happen to you but we've known ever since two thousand eight especially that it could happen at any time the winds here wild it gets hot you know authorities warned angelinos to stay away from the smoking area but you could see locals walking horses through the thick and bitter air to get them to stables away from the fire this blaze has struck the heart of la's equestrian community due to summers of sunland volunteer to watch a dozen horses at a place where she stables her own animal cheapen standing outside for two hours and counting making sure the horses state call we've had a lot of kicking and bucking in screaming and panic came they're terrified she said she wasn't worried about herself because she had a respirator on sadly i think we are all used to fires in this community it's a difficult thing to be by the hills but it's also a blessing in many ways the area is known for its trail systems and this does but the hills or lose using their charm for vicky in don eker back at the ranch side cafe dawn says he loves their home of 24 years but the regular threat of fire it's getting too stressful all thinking about putting our police chef rachelle and moving ronald stirred if he says the houses still standing i'm josie wong everyone pretty much agrees that honesty and openness are good qualities right but is there ever such a thing as too much transparency is so i believe the inside of a company everybody should know what everybody gets paid which is queasy use that it not me what happens when you take transparency all the way to its limit that's next time the ted radio hour from.