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01:32 min | 2 years ago

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"Dow Jones industrial average is down seventy four points. This is NPR news. Support for NPR. Comes from the Alzheimer's Association, working toward a vision of a world without Alzheimer's, providing care, and support to all those facing the disease with a commitment to advancing critical research. More at ails E dot order from KCRW. I'm Cheri Glazer with a look at some of the stories making state and local headlines today. A police officer who shot a bystander to death during a gun battle outside of trader Joe's store and several last summer did not violate department policy. That's the finding the LA police commission, the civilian board that oversees the department police had been chasing, Jeanette kipnes, who was wanted in another shooting when he crashed his car and ran towards the trader Joe's, he fired it officers and to officers fired back. Atkins was wounded in the arm Twenty-seven-year-old store manager, Melito Corrado was shot in the chest and killed the five-member civilian police commission decided that both officers use of lethal force complied with department policy. The owner. Senator park and the California horse racing board are expected to announce today a plan to increase pre-race examinations of horses by independent veterinarians. That's according to the LA times that are already examined horses multiple times right up to race time. So it's not immediately clear what the additional checks would accomplish the move comes as Santa anita's trying to fend off intense pressure to cancel the last six days of its season. Twenty nine horses have died at the.

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01:59 min | 2 years ago

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"Two percent, the update reflects slightly lower business investment, and a smaller build-up of inventories that was partially offset by consumer spending, which was somewhat higher than initially forecast. Most forecasters say the first-quarter growth rate was propped up in part by temporary factors. Man. They expect to see slower growth in the current quarter. The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, for example, is projecting second quarter growth of just one point three percent in recent days, concerns about slowing growth and the ongoing trade war with China have been weighing on financial markets, Scott Horsely, NPR news, Washington. The national weather service says the chance for severe weather continues. Today. Okay. In the central US. The weather service has more than two dozen tornado reports from yesterday. Most of them in Iowa, the chance of catastrophic flooding remains in many low lying areas including an Oklahoma and Arkansas, NPR's Nathan Ross reports river levels, there are still at record highs in Fort Smith. Arkansas. The Arkansas river is twenty feet over flood stage. It's slopped over major roads closed bridges, and inundated a few neighborhoods on the city's outer edges water levels crested Wednesday, but are expected to reach new highs Friday. All of that water is going to continue to make its way east and south causing flood concerns all the way to the Gulf of Mexico NPR's. Nathan Ron reporting on Wall Street, the markets are up the Dow Jones industrial average is up seventy five points at twenty five thousand two hundred two the NASDAQ is up forty four points at seventy five hundred ninety one. You're listening to NPR. At seven four. I'm Cheri Glazer with KCRW news, the California assembly approved a Bill that would change the standard. For one police officers in the state can use lethal force. The proposal would require police to justify the killing of a suspect by showing the action was necessary to protect the officers life under current law..

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02:10 min | 2 years ago

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"We'll take it off your hands. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Dave Mattingly, at the top of the hour special counsel, Robert Muller will be making his first public statement about the Russia investigation. Meller is to speak at the Justice department. He's not expected to take questions. Muller's report to attorney general William bar found no one in the Trump campaign coordinated or conspired with Russia, to influence the twenty sixteen election Muller, did not reach a conclusion on whether the president obstructed Justice bar concluded. There was insufficient evidence to charge Trump, the Democratic National Committee is making it more difficult for presidential candidates to qualify for its fall debates. Here's NPR's Scott detro- about a month ahead of the first televised debates. Many candidates are scrambling to meet the fundraising and polling minimums that the NC has set for making the stage. Now, the party is doubling those standards for debates later this year instead of hitting at least one percent in qualified polls candidates will need to be at two percent in. At least four surveys, and the number of required donors, we'll go from sixty five thousand to one hundred thirty thousand spread out across at least twenty states. The changes do not affect base in July when after twenty candidates debate split into ten person stages with twenty three candidates in the race. Several presidential hopefuls will be left off the stage. Even more could be kept out when the new roles can't Scott NPR news, Washington. This is NPR news from Washington from KCRW. I'm Cheri Glazer with state and local news democratic presidential contender, Amy closure as in California campaigning this week, the US Senator from Minnesota stood in front of a packed house at the public library downtown Santa Monica yesterday to talk policy, KCRW, Kaley wells, was there and filed this report, it was standing room only inside the library auditorium presidential candidate Amy klobuchar answered questions from California Democrats, one of them was Sarah cannon. Alas..

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01:55 min | 2 years ago

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"Programs for the poor a strong defense and Hindu nationalism his party and it's. Allies will now control almost two-thirds of the lower house of India's parliament, NPR's, Laura, and freyre, severe storms could hit the country's midsection again today. The national weather service says the central US could get severe thunderstorms infl- and flash flooding in a region. That's already seen several days of terrible storms, including dozens of tornadoes. Wall Street is trading higher. The Dow is up forty five points. The NASDAQ is up twelve the S and P five hundred is up one. You're listening to NPR news from Washington from KCRW. I'm Cheri Glazer with this local news update. A different kind of lunch rush at some McDonald's restaurants. Instead of customers ordering burgers and fries angry workers turned out yesterday to protest low wages and the company's handling of sexual harassment. Complaints KCRW Jenny Hamill filed this report from one McDonald's in south LA hundreds of workers union organizers and their supporters held banners and chanted as they marched into McDonald's on Crenshaw boulevard. They crowded the counter chanting at the nervous looking cashiers. Mcdonald's employees, nationwide filed some two dozen sexual harassment complaints recently saying the company failed to protect them. That includes manual Florez McDonald's cashier in L A, who says he complained after a manager proposition for sex, and was retaliated against while recently after I reported the sexual harassment and my hours were cut. I was working thirty eight hours a week. And after I reported this, I was cut to twenty five. Do you think that's because you filed you complain I believe, so because now nobody wants to talk to me. I work, and everybody looks at me different flora says they want to save work environment higher pay and the right to unionize as for.

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02:03 min | 2 years ago

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"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Louise Schiavone a Chinese delegation resumes trade talks today with the US in Washington days after President Trump threatened to raise tariffs on Chinese imports and PR's rob Schmitz reports. The delegation will try to repair the damage from a turn of events in the past week that prompted President Trump vowed a raise tariffs on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods beginning midnight, Friday, President Trump said Wednesday that China broke the deal. It had reached and trae talks with the US and out not to back down on imposing new tariffs at the center of the trade disagreement US charges that China steals technology and pressures American companies into handing over trade secrets on Wall Street. The Dow was down three hundred eighty the UN says four hundred fifty people have been killed since a rebel offensive against the Libyan government. Linda Fizeau reports the UN's World Health Organization says that in addition to the four hundred. Fifty civilian deaths. Twenty one hundred people have been winded in the fighting in Tripoli and sixty thousand displaced, meanwhile, u n deputy spokesperson Farhan hawk said that the UN is very concerned about reports that airstrikes hit a migrant detention center in eastern Tripoli, killing two civilians secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, cut short, an international trip and his back in Washington for meetings about Iran nuclear compliances, well as the latest missile launches by North Korea. This is NPR news in Washington. From KCRW, I'm Cheri Glazer with state and local headlines, Joe Biden is making his first trip to Los Angeles as a presidential candidate for the twenty twenty election like other contenders coming to LA, the former vice president is here to raise support and money and to show his opposition to Donald Trump in deep blue city, KCRW salt Gonzales caught up with Biden net one of his stops. Yesterday about a half hour before Joe Biden's arrival at king taco restaurant LA's PICO union neighborhood. A campaign aide talked to gathered reporters and camera crews a parking lot across the street,.

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03:20 min | 2 years ago

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"Redondo beach boulevard. Three cars collided. Up ahead. You're gonna find a busy ride on the north one ten basically from Manchester as you head up into downtown. Going to be on the cloud side today. Highs in the sixties if you're along the coast looking for up to low seventies in the valleys, maybe slightly cooler tomorrow a slight chance of showers tomorrow night and those showers could stick around on and off through the weekend. I'm Cheri Glazer nounce Jason Bentley and morning becomes a collective good morning. Jason monetary. So with tickets to give away for van Morrison at the Hollywood bowl, you may want to phone or friend or two just to give them a heads up definitely start packing that picnic dinner. I think that sounds like a great idea. Maybe they'll invite you. You work here. Skipping But jump. you can tell people about it. That's right. So that's coming up then Morrison tickets. We'll have those very soon here on morning becomes a collective. Thanks, jerry. Slim. Stream. We used to say. Coast. Stay. Do you have? Scattered. Greats Irish troubadour van Morrison will be live at the Hollywood bowl coming up on Sunday October six and we have five pairs of tickets to give away right now..

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15:08 min | 2 years ago

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"Is shut down because of an injury crash there. Meanwhile, on the city of commerce north five before Washington, a wreck in the left lane has you backed up coming away from about let's call it. Karma Nita going to be mostly cloudy today and look into chance of showers on and off highs mostly in the sixties showers should be tapering off. Tonight, partly cloudy tomorrow with sunshine making come back on Wednesday. I'm Cheri Glazer. Now, Jason Bentley and morning becomes eclectic morning. Jason goodwin. Cherry so undrivable one. Yes, we're often running raising money to support public radio KCRW, so upgrade your membership or become a monthly member. It's easy. Feels good. So join us at KCRW dot com slash Jomon. Get your week start off, right? Let's do it. Thanks, jerry. Will. This. This. Who? Fun. Is. Blah. No. And. Last month. Mom thinking. New. Shatter goals thing. Two two. Turn. Yeah. Strong. Two. Stay. Okay. Heavy honest. Face. Skin..

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02:22 min | 3 years ago

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"You're listening to KCRW, I'm Cheri Glazer five months after the Wolsey fire ripped through parts of LA and Ventura County as the recovery continues in that recovery includes big stretches of wilderness that were black and by the flames the wet winter is helping the coup system bounceback, including its wildflowers this week KCRW saw Gonzales headed into the Santa Monica mountains with National Park Service. Biologist Mark Mendelson who talked about what he sees happening there. We are about four. And a half months almost five months post Wolsey fire now, and we have had a tremendous recovery of the vegetation. We got the rains that we needed, you know, well-timed and in above average amounts, and so the plants responding the shrubs all the ones that should respect out following a fire are responding for the most part, we're seeing a bunch of shrub seedlings, which is a great sign. And then most of what you're seeing. Of course is this carpet of our basis plants that in some areas is is completely covering all the all the the charred soil and herbaceous of fancy word for flowers. It's a fancy word for non Woody plants. So we're talking about grasses, and then all those other soft plants that don't produce would and turn into shrubs or trees, and for all the people who come to these mountains for recreation, and enjoyment, and peace of mind. What is your recommendation to them when when they come here? They want to be respectful the landscape. They don't want to get in the way of re growth. What do you say? Yeah. It's a great question on the main tip is pleased to stay on the trails. So we have a lot of these species. They're very sensitive to disturbance, and they can be crushed by just simple. Simply people walking. So there are plenty of wildflowers to see right from the trail right from the trailside, and we have dozens and dozens of trails. So if you don't find what you're looking for on one, just try another is go explore have some fun. And that includes not walking over a landscape, that's still chart. That's absolutely. A good point. Exactly because they're still the seed Bank in there. Some of our steeper hillsides are still sprouting. So you do even if you don't see the plants coming up yet. It's it's best to stay on the trail where it's nice and compacted. It's it's so easy to to damage the the the charred landscape,.

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04:05 min | 3 years ago

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"UCLA dot EDU. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. President Trump meets today with China's vice premier at the White House says the latest round of U S China trade talks nears its conclusion NPR's Scott Horsely says the two sides are trying to reach a deal before a March. Tariff deadline negotiators from the US and China have held several rounds of high level trade talks alternating between Beijing and Washington. The latest round is wrapping up today next door to the White House. There is some pressure to make a deal before March first deadline or else we could see another escalation in tit for tat tariffs. However, President Trump has hinted if the talks are going well that deadline could be pushed back the Trump administration is ending negotiations with California over federal plans to rollback vehicle emission standards. Here's NPR's Nathan rot. The argument started when the Trump administration announced that it would rollback fuel efficiency standards for the nation's cars put in. Under President Obama, California. And a block of other states said they'd like to leave those standards in place. The federal government in California has been working to find a compromise. But the administration now says it's moving forward on its own to finalize a new rule later this year Ford says it's investigating whether some of its vehicles have incorrect gas mileage ratings. This follows complaints from group of employees questioning Ford's calculations an outside firm will be brought in this is NPR news from Washington and from KCRW, I'm Cheri Glazer. Hollywood's diversity problem is back in the spotlight ahead of the Oscars this weekend, women and people of color are making incremental gains. But they're still underrepresented in many jobs. That's according to the sixth annual Hollywood diversity report from UCLA KCRW. Daryl salesman has the details. Minorities landed fewer than twenty percent of lead roles in Hollywood films in two thousand seventeen despite making up more than forty percent of the US. Poppulation? According to the study from UCLA's college division of social science women were cast as leads in about one third of Hollywood films. Both groups fared, a little better and TV, but overall women and minorities remain underrepresented in all twelve categories, which includes directors actors and show, creators, the good news. According to the author says that minorities gained ground in a majority of the categories, and here's one major gain, the number of female directors among the years two hundred top grossing films, nearly doubled from two thousand sixteen to two thousand seventeen but there were still only twenty one women on the list while the most important findings in the study has to do with audience. The UCLA report found that films and TV shows with more diverse casts tend to attract bigger audiences. Members of California's Republican party are gathering this weekend in Sacramento for their annual convention. They'll elect a new chair and discussed the year ahead as they struggled to keep a hold of the few seats. They have left in the state legislature as case here. Jennifer wolf reports the party faithful are trying to avoid becoming an endangered species in the Golden State, California. Republicans lost seven seats in the house last election and saw Democrats win super majorities in both legislative chambers in Sacramento, President Trump lost California by thirty percent of the votes in two thousand sixteen that's the hand delta the next head of the state party for six years. Jim Brady has led the GOP this weekend. Almost fourteen hundred delegates will have to decide whether his replacement should be a moderate candidate or conservative firebrand. Jessica Patterson is a front runner. She's a moderate Latina from southern California and the CEO of a candidate recruitment program. Travis Allen, a former state assemblyman who ran. For governor is a more loyal Trump supporter. So is Stephen Frank the publisher of the California political review newsletter? Who maintains the party was crushed by distancing itself from the president whether delegates agree with that assessment could.

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04:04 min | 3 years ago

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"Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi sang congress and the White House have one week left to reach a deal on border security or risk another partial government shutdown NPR's Windsor. Johnston reports there's bipartisan support for many of the proposals on the table including additional funding for drug screening technology and additional patrols along the southern border. But the sticking point is Trump's long promised border wall. Speaking at the White House on Thursday, Trump doubled down on that demand. Moving along. We'll see what happens we need border security. We have to have it. It's not an option. Let's see what happens. The White House says Trump will not sign a deal without funding for a border wall. Democrats still refused to fund it. The failure to reach a compromise could result in another partial government shutdown Windsor Johnston. NPR news, Washington. The supreme court allowed Alabama to execute a Muslim prisoner last night without his mom by his side. And peers Matthew Schwartz has more on this. Dominique Ray was scheduled to be executed for murdering a fifteen year old girl when the prison warden wouldn't let raise imam stand with him at the moment of death. Ray asked the courts to intervene. The supreme court's four liberal justices warned that raise religious rights might be violated at the moment. The state puts them to death. But the five conservative justices said Ray had waited too long to object. That's Matthew shorts reporting. This is NPR news and from KCRW, I'm Cheri Glazer. This winter has seen measles outbreaks in several states that allow parents to opt out of vaccinating their children due to personal or philosophical reasons. California had similar policies until measles outbreak several years ago. Then state lawmakers changed the law to allow only doctor approved medical exemptions KCRW's Daryl salesman looks at the impact that's had on the state's vaccination rates since California's new vaccine law was passed three years ago. Unionisation rates have risen two percent. According to the state health department the rate is now just over ninety five percent that's important because researchers say the state needs to maintain at least a ninety four percent rate to be protected against outbreaks of infectious diseases like measles and whooping cough. But the numbers also show what health officials call a troubling trend in the past three years, the number of California parents obtaining, medical exemptions has tripled according to the nonprofit newsgroup cow matters. Critics say some doctors are loosely issuing exemptions to help families get around the law, and there were reports of some doctors charging fees in exchange for writing exemptions. Because of that state lawmakers and health experts are considering several possible remedies they include creating a review process for medical exemptions. That would be overseen by local health officials and collecting data on physicians who grant exemptions for KCRW. I'm Darrel sats. Men. You often hear about efforts to smuggle drugs across the US Mexico border. But now American and Australian authorities have revealed some details of a law enforcement operation targeting suspected, smugglers shipping narcotics across the Pacific. KCRW? Saul Gonzalez has that story. Australia's federal police arrested six people this week after US customs, investigators sees nearly two tons of methamphetamine and other illicit narcotics bound from the ports of Los Angeles, and Long Beach to Australia law enforcement says the thirty eight hundred pounds of meth intercepted in the operation is the largest seizure of that drug in US history with an estimated street value of nine hundred billion dollars. The drugs were hidden inside metal containers designed to look like loudspeakers the people arrested for Australians, two Americans were apprehended in Australian states of Victoria and New South Wales. But authorities say the trans-pacific smuggling operation was based out of California KCRW, I'm Saul Gonzales. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. And from indeed used by over three million businesses for.

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01:57 min | 3 years ago

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"He was eighty two. This is NPR news from Washington and from KCRW, I'm Cheri Glazer way, state and local headlines Democrats in congress have introduced a resolution aimed at cutting greenhouse gas emissions. It's called a green new deal, and it sets a gold me. One hundred percent of the power demand in the United States through clean renewable and zero emission energy. Sources the plan includes a number of clean energy initiatives that have already been implemented here in California anything we can do with the national. Level to bring the rest of the country along and bring the federal government along is a good thing. Katherine Phillips is president of the Sierra Club, California. She says the green new deal is a positive step given the Congress's taken little action on climate change so far, but Philip says for now at least the green new deal is non-binding. Meaning it would not have the force of law is passed and contains broad set of principles and goals in that respect. I mean, it's different from what we're doing in California where we are, you know, passing legislation. The plan set goals for drastic measures to reduce carbon emissions across the economy from electric generation to transportation to agriculture. Funeral services are pending for baseball hall of Famer who went on to become the first African American manager in the major leagues. Frank Robertson passed away at his home in Bel Air this week. He was eighty three KCRW Steve Chia takes has. This remembrance Robinson was a gifted player and outfielder and right handed batter. He was also the only player to earn the MVP award in both leagues. He was also a triple crown winner. Here. He was years ago getting inducted into the baseball hall of fame. I came from a family of ten and they said how did he get such quick hands? You know, when you sit down to the table lead with ten kids. You better be quick. Robinson.

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03:12 min | 3 years ago

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"Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. The Senate Judiciary committee is meeting. Members are expected to move the nomination of William bar as the next US. Attorney general to the full Senate Republicans are in the majority and are expected to confirm him Democrats have questioned how transparent bar will be with information from the special counsels Russia investigation, Democrats are introducing proposals in congress. They're calling a green new deal. The sweeping proposals. Aim to get rid of all carbon emissions in the US by twenty thirty and move the country to the use of renewable clean energy, New York. Democratic Representative Alexandria Cossio Cortez told NPR's morning edition that she's a sponsor. We're talking about mobilizing Konami, which means creating jobs, which means we're gonna have a lot of wind energy. We're going to have a lot of solar panels. And I think the goal is to really mobilize as much around renew. Ables as possible the proposals, also call for high quality healthcare and a guaranteed job with a living wage for all Americans. The nation's top financial watchdog is announcing plans to roll back most payday lending provisions NPR's Windsor, Johnston reports the Obama era rule is aimed at protecting consumers from high interest short term loans. The rule was of host a cake in last January, but never actually took effect. And now the consumer finance protection bureau wants to take it off the table the provision prevents lenders from granting loans to consumers who can't afford to repay them. It. Also protects customers from racking up overdraft fees by making it illegal for lenders to continue to authorize automatic withdrawals after two failed consecutive attempts. In a statement, the bureau says pulling back the role would encourage competition in the payday lending industry and help improve credit options for borrowers in need. The rollback is set to take. Fact in November of two thousand twenty Windsor Johnston NPR news Washington for the first time since November United Nations convoys with relief aid have reached more than forty thousand Syrians near the border with Jordan NPR's Lama. Al Arian reports the convoy arrived at the remote makeshift camp near Syria's border. With Jordan says Yod Malik a Representative with the UN's refugee agency said at least eight young children have died there in recent weeks almost all of the population in the camp are women and children. The UN said aid was a critical but only temporary measure people at the camp needed dignified solution. Malik said something that will allow them to decide voluntarily and safely how to return to a normal life in a place of their choosing Jordan has been criticized by the international community for blocking a deliveries in the past lemon NPR news on Wall Street, the Dow was down nearly one percent. This is NPR and from KCRW, I'm Cheri Glazer way, state and local headlines, California's largest utility is promising to overhaul its wildfire prevention measures is KCRW. Take us reports. A regulatory.

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01:30 min | 3 years ago

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"This is NPR and from KCRW, I'm Cheri Glazer with state and local headlines the first of three consecutive storms is rolling into southern California. And that's raising concerns about potential flooding. Mandatory evacuation orders have been issued for some neighborhoods in around the holy fire. Burn area, including Glen, Eden, Alber hill and parts of Glen Ivy and a flash flood watches in effect for all the recent burn areas till three this afternoon. National weather service meteorologist, Kylie dilemma. Says today storm could pack a significant punch. There's definitely come back to say could bring heavy downpours that could potentially trigger some mudslides or rock sites. We should get a break from the rain during the day tomorrow. Another storm is expected rolling tomorrow night and hang around through Saturday. And yet a third is on tap for Sunday and Monday delerme as says, the three weather systems will give the area good soaking add to five inches for total through Monday, especially over the mountain areas. The storm that's coming. Tomorrow is expected to be the strongest of the three it'll be accompanied by windy conditions, including gusts of more than sixty five miles an hour in the mountains as well as snow in higher elevations. Speaking of California water officials are heading into the mountains today to measure, California snowpack winter snow provides drinking water for much the status and melts in the spring and summer and flows into reservoirs. The.

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03:12 min | 3 years ago

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"America. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Congressional Democrats are rejecting President Trump's latest proposal designed to end a partial shutdown of the federal government. It includes a three year extension for Dhaka recipients, if congress approves the money Trump wants for a border wall. NPR's Matthew Schwartz reports Trump says his proposal is an attempt to build trust and goodwill, but Democrats say it's a non starter, and they won't consider any immigration packages until both sides agree to end the shutdown. Even some conservatives have criticized Trump's proposal as amnesty Trump says, it's not, but he's open to amnesty as part of a larger reform package, presumably one that includes a border wall. This is day. Thirty one of the partial government shutdown about eight hundred thousand federal employees are furloughed or working without pay. California's Senator Kamala Harris says she's running for president the first term democratic Senator and former state attorney general chose. The holiday honoring Dr Martin Luther King junior to announce her campaign and the thing about Dr king that also inspires me. Is he was aspirin. He was asked racial like our is aspirational. We know that we've not yet reached those ideals, but our strength is that we fight to reach those ideals. That's Harris on ABC's. Good Morning, America. Earlier today. There's no trading today on Wall Street because of the king holiday, this is NPR news. And from KCRW, I'm Cheri Glazer was state and local headlines from San Diego to the Sierras California's still drying out after being hit with round after round of rain and snow last week. But was the wet stuff enough to help fill reservoirs and what role de climate change play in the storms. KCRW Benjamin Gottlieb explains just about three and a half inches fell in downtown Los Angeles from last Monday to Thursday, and that brings the total for the month to about five inches, which is well above average. So the question becomes what's the cause of all of this? It's hard to pin down any single event to climate change itself. Cat boreman. Earth science and hydrology over at the Jet, Propulsion Laboratory or JPL research does suggest that we're going to have more precipitation in the and potentially have a volatile situation in terms of weather under climate change. And so, you know, these these people have been expecting a little bit more, extreme weather. The storm. Did you wonders for these Sierra snowpacks number show, snow water content to dates to be around one hundred percent of normal up and down the mountain range for this time of year in the mammoth mountain area. Resort officials say the mountain saw five feet at the summit just last week. And it's a good thing to things are likely to remain dry, at least until the end of this month for KCRW. I'm Benjamin Gottlieb. The Rams are heading to the Super Bowl, and they're going to start getting ready just as soon as they recover from their party in New Orleans. Check. On the Super Bowl fifty three. They go. Greg.

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12:04 min | 3 years ago

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"Looking at showers this morning with rain expected this afternoon and going to intensify with highs today from the mid fifty s to low sixties rain expected to continue tonight tapering off to showers at some point tomorrow could see some sunshine. Come Friday, I'm Cheri Glazer nounce, Jason Bentley and morning becomes eclectic. Good morning, Jason auditory. So sometimes I'd rather be blindfolded. When you're driving. I know some of the things people are doing you just don't wanna know more. You see is red lights water traffic out there. All right. You better morning becomes eclectic of next to God new music from Hosur to share with you also lotto knickers, latest, Karen, L, endanger mouse. Sharon Bennett, and who will be live with us tomorrow here on M B. All that and more coming up. It's morning becomes eclectic. You're on member supported eighty nine point nine KCRW. Santa Monica, Los Angeles. Things. Taste. Awesome. Pleasure. Style was not the drums. The same kind of music. Do you? Tell me. Due giving doi- opioids kids. Often. Commits newspaper doll blow Sweden. Got some. You. Wouldn't..

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01:59 min | 3 years ago

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"Morning edition from NPR news. I'm David green. And I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Cheri Glazer. And you are listening to KCRW. KCRW sponsors include I eat grass, featuring their MAC and cheese like cheese with a why the plant based MAC and cheese created by chef in available at whole foods on the hot bar. More info at IEP grasp dot com. The third annual women's March is scheduled for this Saturday. The first March was a moment of unity when many women disillusioned to the twenty sixteen presidential election came together. But how is that United front holing up that story coming up? Later today on all things considered all the major sticking points in the current Elliott. Teachers strike is the push for smaller class sizes. But how much of a difference does that really make when it comes to the quality of instruction? That debate on the next all things considered with St. Chia tickets starting at four thirty today right here on KCRW. There's an intersection between the quiet tender moments of the night and the act of writing and reading poetry breeding something someone else's written potentially in the middle of the night. And then you read it. And then I kind of quad transmission from one person to another. Fine. Dr or listen to podcasts. You're.

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"cheri glazer" Discussed on KCRW

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02:19 min | 3 years ago

"cheri glazer" Discussed on KCRW

"Going to be mostly cloudy today with rain on and off highs in the mid fifty s to about sixty seventy percent chance of rain tomorrow and tomorrow night, and the rain could be sticking around Wednesday. Maybe even into Thursday, I'm Cheri Glazer nounce Jason Bentley and morning becomes a so did you write in on a surf or at? Bring your snorkel what he saw. Totally wet drying off over here. So I guess we get used to this though. Yeah. I you gotta say it's very welcome. Heaven knows we need the rain in at least. It's coming in small doses is not all coming at once. And that's a good thing breaks. Jerry morning becomes eclectic of next to music from Toro who have a new album out this week latest from Beirut's big wild the band unloved of tickets to catch the indie bands sunflower bean playing at the bootleg theatre. Morning becomes eclectic. You're on eighty nine point nine KCRW, Santa Monica and Los Angeles. It did..

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British Airways to resume Pakistan flights after a decade

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00:20 sec | 3 years ago

British Airways to resume Pakistan flights after a decade

"Years old. British Airways says it plans to resume flights to Pakistan next June. They were suspended a decade ago. After a deadly truck bombing at the Marriott hotel in Islam Abbad, it left more than fifty people dead and injured dozens British Airways says it'll have three flights a week to Pakistan. Pakistani officials are welcoming the news. I'm Dave Mattingly. NPR news in Washington, and I'm Cheri Glazer. And you are listening to KCRW starting to see few busy spots out on the freeways this morning. But nothing major if you're making your way through Carson headed up into the south bay northbound four zero five at Wellington getting reports of a spin out. There sounds like that's been taken care of pretty quickly. Now too far away though, southbound one ten at spallina boulevard a two car collision in the right lane. And it sounds like that's going to take a little while to straighten things out Glendora earlier crash clearing westbound to ten baseline all the activities been over to the right shoulder. Westbound. Ten starting to get busy as you make your way out of west Covina from grand over to bow pointing while you probably heard about the big waves

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Jury selection begins for man charged with murder at Charlottesville rally

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00:43 sec | 3 years ago

Jury selection begins for man charged with murder at Charlottesville rally

"Hungary's decision to reject a US extradition requests. She says we'll make the world less safe. She also says it raises questions about Hungary's commitment to law enforcement cooperation and undercuts the work that U S in Hungarian agencies have done together. Michelle Kellerman, NPR news. The State Department Mississippi is holding a runoff election today for a US Senate seat Republican incumbent Cindy Hyde. Smith is facing democrat Mike Espy, President Trump held two rallies in Mississippi for Hyde. Smith yesterday democrat SB is a former congressman and US agriculture secretary on Wall Street Dow Jones industrial average is down twelve points at twenty four thousand six hundred twenty seven the NASDAQ is up more than seventeen at seven thousand ninety nine the S and P five hundred is up four. You're listening to. NPR and from KCRW, I'm Cheri Glazer was state and local headlines. The death toll from the camp wildfire. Northern California continues to climb it. Now stands at eighty eight. After investigators determined that three separate sets of human remains contained remains for more than one person and more than two hundred people are still unaccounted for meanwhile, groups of doctors, nurses, and medical students from around the state are rolling their time to help people affected by the campfire. They're treating evacuees for everything from wounds and asthma to the norovirus, which broke out at some shelters. One of those volunteers is Shannon Watson, she's a registered nurse and a first year physician assistant student from UC Davis health and Sacramento Watson says even though the fire is now fully contained evacuees still need medical care. They aren't going to have primary care docs to go back to they're not going to have the hospital to go back to if they go to dialysis every week and a dialysis center burned. How are they going to meet that need in the next six months? So we have to start mobilizing volunteers here to help meet that need up there. Medical experts say the focus on primary care will need to be expanded to mental health care in the weeks to come as evacuees deal with issues like depression and post traumatic stress disorder. The LAPD says it's got a man in custody who's accused of trying to run over two men outside a synagogue in Hancock park. LA police chief Michael Moore says authorities are investigating the incident as a possible hate crime just

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Migrant caravan still aiming for US, Guatemala steps up security

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00:46 sec | 3 years ago

Migrant caravan still aiming for US, Guatemala steps up security

"Kim NPR news Moscow on Wall Street, the Dow was down one hundred eighty three points. The NASDAQ is down ninety five this is NPR. Dr. And from KCRW, I'm Cheri Glazer. We state and local headlines contract talks between the LA unified school district and the teacher's union have stalled and now the district has started sending out notices to parents about a potential teacher walkout. It's KCRW's. Jenny Hamill reports it's another sign that the fight between the teachers union and the nation's second largest school district could be about to escalate. The pamphlet is a guide for what to do in the event of a full-scale walk out this fall or winter. It's signed by district superintendent Austin, and describes what a strike of thirty thousand teachers would entail. Why the contract negotiations got to this point and how parents can talk to their children about it? It says that if a strike occurs. Schools will remain open and all students are expected to attend every

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