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Fire Starter: John Leonard Orr

True Crime Brewery

11:46 min | 1 year ago

Fire Starter: John Leonard Orr

"The shocking story of arson investigator John Leonard or began back in Nineteen eighty-four a fire in Pasadena California hardware. The store killed four people including a two year old child arson. Investigators examined the ruins and determined that the fire was caused by an electrical malfunction. All except for John or he was convinced that the cause was arson. Join US at the quiet end today. For the case of a fire captain and arson investigator John or with nearly two thousand suspicious fires over the next seven years a task force was formed to find serial arsonists. The task force called themselves. The pillow pyro task force and their methods of investigation. Were both fascinating and effective diff- so it should be a great talk today and this case was recommended to us by Cindy. Well Cindy's recommended a few cases for us. She's One of our most avid listeners. So we always like to hear from her okay so we have a California beer. I've never picked on. I'm from this brewery before I can't imagine my favorite brewers have haven't chosen anyway. This is from Sierra Nevada brewing company. It celebration fresh fresh hop. I P A Sierra Nevada brewing is in Chico California celebrations in American Ip with a six point eight percent Ab Victor. Nice beer are Jamba colour. Little Bit ahead some pretty lace kind of a spicy aroma. peppery aroma. Some sweet mall little bit of hops. And that's exactly how it tastes. He started out with the CARAMEL. Little Spicy peppery Steph and then hops at the end and it's a nice beer. It's not terribly happy. Not One of those hot bombs that are GONNA kill you. I think you to enjoy it all right. Well let's open it up okay so I was really surprised. This is your first Sierra Nevada. Ah Let's take it down to the quiet end. I don't know how I've missed Sierra Nevada. Anyway I had a ton of Beers from that company so if we have other California cases you'll probably more of them great so until the case this is a just a fascinating case to me. It really yes yes. Yeah so by John. Moore's own description. His childhood growing up in the nineteen fifties was a happy one. He lived in a two bedroom middle-class home home behind his grandparents house. He had two older brothers who moved away when John was a teenager. Went to join the navy and the other start his own family Alan China's sixteen his mother left him and his father alone with no explanation. She just took off one day. She called after few days but John didn't see her again for three years and she had moved back to her hometown of Missouri and she never did reconcile John's father. That's kind of a strange thing to happen when you're a teen share I'm sure it was pretty weird and a little disheartening for him. Definitely one Sunday. She's there the next day she's not and no real explanation. Though in nineteen sixty seven John. Join the airforce. After he completed basic training training he was in jet mechanics training then he transferred to firefighting school. He had wanted to be a firefighter for some time. So he's happy to learn. Learn how to operate the equipment as he put out training fires yet. He married his high school girlfriend. Jodi in nineteen sixty eight and they were shipped off to an air air force base in Spain which was near Commercial Airport and they were there for two years but John was kind of bored. He only got to respond to to air-crashes during that time and he really wanted to be more in on the action. When John was transferred to great falls Montana he fought only one fire then when he he was twenty two he was honorably discharged at this time? Jodi was pregnant with their first child. John was insecure and he came across as a bit of a Bragar in order to compensate for this he really wanted to become a policeman or a firefighter. The Los Angeles Police Department invited him to test for position mission and he passed the written tests the medical exam and the fitness test but he failed the psychological test. He was sent a letter telling him that he he was unsuitable. So this was a big thing for him. He had wanted to be a policeman very badly. Your that was his main goal to be a cop. Yeah so this'll be pointed back to. As a really huge disappointment mitch merely might have had an effect on who he became as a man or your. I think you could look at it. That we could also look at it as there is something in his psychological makeup that made him on high rable. Oh sure yeah I think it went both ways after getting past feeling hurt. He was very angry. The rejection letter suggested that he consult another psychologist so so he hired one that he found in the yellow pages. This psychologist didn't evaluation and found him suitable but remember. This is the person he was paying but now he had a second opinion so he took that back to the LAPD psychologist for an appeal of that decision. You know the LAPD psychologist couldn't couldn't tell John Anything specific about why he had been rejected other than the say that he might have been too passive. Police officers needed to be assertive but then the psychologist left John Alone in his office with the file. He said I'm going to go out and get a cup of coffee. I think he kind of intentionally left the father so John read the file and so that one of his co workers had been interviewed and told the psychologist that John was laid to work lazy and resentful eventful of another man being promoted over him so I can't see any other way that this happened. Then the psychologist was really giving him an opportunity to look at his file. Were were absolutely the final evaluation stated that John Needed a few years to mature. And then maybe he could reapply to the force now. John Though would never admit to seeing his diagnosis in that file but he had actually been diagnosed with a personality trait disturbance and emotionally unstable personality. His former supervisors had described him as both irresponsible and immature as well. So this time John was working for Sparkletts marklets bottled water company. He quit that job and entered the management program at a fast food restaurant. It was nineteen seventy three and John was going going from one fast food job to another before he quit and he applied next to the Los Angeles Fire Department. He was couldn't be a policeman. He can be a fireman. Yeah I think it was as backup plan. And he was really thrilled when he was accepted to the academy for training but it turns out he was out of shape and he wasn't up to the rigors of the academy physically. He was told that he'd also done poorly on the written test so he was just given the option to resign or he. It's going to be fired so he was very angry and upset when this happened. Yeah and part of his problem was probably his attitude his after all had been a firefighter for four years in air force so he felt like he didn't need to study your practice now his time in the air force vote. He's half a couple fires Chris couple crashes and he. It didn't have much training. But he thought he did. So he didn't participate in study sessions with other recruits and he hadn't practice handling the heavy ladders and equipment and they were heavy. These big wooden ladders. He apparently in the service they had the light aluminum ladders. So this was a whole all different ballgame per handed so after that failure John was absolutely despondent and by this time he had two young daughters and his marriage was on the rocks. That's when he applied to the Glendale Fire Department and they accepted him in their fire academy in the spring of seventy four. He completed eight weeks of training and he graduated with twelve other guys. He was starting his career as a firefighter and he was super happy about it. Even though the Pay Glendale was a lot at less than it would have been at the L. A. P. D. or the L. A. F. D. wasn't it Glendale lowest paying in the state or something like that at the the time it was. Yeah maybe that's why I got hired. Nobody wanted to work for them. I'm sure that was part of it. Because he really wasn't. The top of the picks no her psychological report from earlier says a lot doesn't it it really does and also at home things weren't improving. He was really bored on his days off so he ended up taking a part time job at a seven eleven as a clerk then he bought himself pickup truck and went on camping and in hunting trips on his own without his family he ended up befriending a woman at the seven eleven and other employees who is also unhappy in her marriage and the two of them decided to be roommates leave their spouses and apparently this was Not a sexual thing at all it was just a friendship allegedly anyway yes so. John left his wife Jodi leaving her just note as an explanation for what is doing a lot like what his mother did. He pay child support and he also began taking classes in fire science in police science. John believed that. The police didn't show enough respect for firefighters fighters and he examined the conflicts between the two groups and a writing assignment is still working at the seven eleven and he used what he was learning to help him spot shoplifters in the store yeah he got really into that his boss at the seven eleven was impressed at how good he got at catching shoplifters John would would watch kids who came into the store after school and he catch them making them empty their pockets and return things so this was a big thing for John. I mean to the point of weirdness really yeah very weird when example in nineteen seventy six. While he was out shopping he saw men running toward a car with his arms full of suits from Montgomery wards store so John or chased. The man knocked him down and helped the store security guard hold the man until the police arrived yet. He and he was clearly thrilled with this moment. He talked to the security guards and he actually asked them if he could get a part time job working in mall security but the mall said they only hired off-duty policeman and not firefighters. So there's another bruise to his ego. That's right he's already been told his second class this anyway. Because he's a Fire Department Dinata Police Department guy. Yeah and I don't know if that's really a thing but he definitely saw that way. He saw a lot of things in a slightly slightly off center. Way That's true he did. He wasn't quite right. We know that so. John was disappointed that he couldn't get a mall. Security John but that didn't deter them from doing other good deeds the same day. He saw an older man. Shoplifting hand tools. He told the cashier got the man arrested. So he asked at the sears store about getting a part time job with security

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T.S.A. Agents Refuse to Work During Shutdown, Raising Fears of Airport Turmoil

KDWN Programming

01:05 min | 2 years ago

T.S.A. Agents Refuse to Work During Shutdown, Raising Fears of Airport Turmoil

"Whose pay stub showed zeros. He's a spokesperson for the national air traffic controllers association. How do they take care of the child care how they take care of their bills? The mortgage the car we have single parents with children taking care of medical issues. We've got younger controllers trying to pay off student debt, and they're having to make a decision on how to do that. They shouldn't be worrying about those things where they're trying to keep the skies safe. Miami International Airport is running out of TSA agents. The airport has closed a terminal more TSA officers. Call in sick and eighteen year old Saudi runaway who said she'd be killed if she was sent back home has been given asylum in Canada. Correspondent Paula Newton reports RAF all nude has arrived in Canada, but still fears for her safety this young woman already reports having received death threats via social media Canada's foreign minister calls her a very brave new Canadian more than a dozen people have been affected by a massive federal hill overdose in Chico California police chief Mike O'Brien says one person is dead. Twelve remain hospitalized in critical

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"chico california" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"chico california" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Joining me, I this hour is paradise mayor Jodi Jones, she lost her home in the fire. She joins us from a trailer in near but nearby Chico California, which is about eleven miles west. Paradise mayor Jones, welcome to one point great to have you. Hi, jane. Thank you for having me. Well, it's it's great that you'll take the time. I know you've been through so much there in paradise. Give us a sense of how the community is doing today. Mayor. I think that there's a lot of hope we had it community meeting Tuesday night. And all of the reports were very encouraging from. The progress that genie is making have thirty three hundred people up in paradise getting rid of dangerous trees and restoring electric and gas. They told us that they'll have a trysofi to all of the remaining structures by the end of December and gas to all of them by the end of January. I mean that is just amazing the same sorts of progress are being made on our water system, and by AT and T and Comcast the debris removal has started with EPA. They had twenty teams this week up there. And I think they'll have thirty by next week doing the phase one debris removal, they're taking rights of entry from people for phase, two debris removal already Souissa staggered approach. I understand there's still work to do. I mean, you list off these very hopeful signs about gay. ESPN restored in the water systems up and running soon in a couple of months at least phone systems going. Let me read this this clip here. This is Donna you'd see she told north state public radio that residents in her town of Michaela, California are still having trouble, and they're unable to get through paradise is blocked streets to even restock food in the larger town of Chico. People started talking to each other about a week and a half ago when we started hearing our neighbors saying I'm running out of food, and I can't get over and these are people who've never been to a food Bank in their lives, and we can't get over Butte meadows. We did it last night to bring some more food in because we're just desperate for food mayor Jodi Jones. So a lot of work is being done. What about this aspect of it? I mean, people going to food banks can't even feed their families at this point mayor. Well, that's no longer. True. The road hence road through paradise was opened yesterday morning at ten o'clock and. And will remain open. Those folks who went back to Galea did. So against the advice of the sheriff who said if you cannot do arduous trip to Butte meadows, pres do not move home yet. But the road is now open. Oh that is no longer a problem..

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Aaron Rodgers' estranged brother rips QB after wildfire donation

Red Eye Radio

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Aaron Rodgers' estranged brother rips QB after wildfire donation

"Creamy Packer store Aaron Rodgers is being ripped by his brother after the quarterback made a huge wildfire donation winning quarterback who grew up in Chico California near the area impacted by the recent wildfires and announced a major donation to the devastated community dot personally, resets in my friends, and the mayor of Chico to find out how to be of the most help this is why I'm partnering with north valley community foundation and donated one million dollars to help with recovery and eventual rebuild of these communities for Rogers who has been estranged from his family for years, the good deed, also dug up Shimon family drama. He's younger brother Jordan responding on Twitter. When your own mom is home alone during the fires car packed ready to evacuate, and you missed the fundamental first step of compassion. Calling your parents to make sure they are safe everything else. Just feels like an

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"chico california" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"chico california" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"I'm jeremy. And good morning. I'm Jeremy foster in for Jim Sharpe. It's five o'clock right now on Arizona's morning news. And we've got two major stories for you at this hour. Tijuana residents are protesting thousands of migrants that are part of the caravan that made it to the border, but I more devastation from the northern California wildfires no house, and there's been no accounting for where some of these people have gone and now new concerns for mother nature. Hampering? The firefighting firefighting efforts with our top story in for Jamie west, here's Kevin Christopher the desperate. Search is still underway in paradise hell for the missing a week and a half after the campfire essentially destroyed the city and now a new threat is on the horizon KTAR is Jim cross joins us live in the news center. Kevin seventy seven dead right now almost a thousand still missing in northern California. Incoming rain should help the firefighters with this weather could also slow down the search for people that are missing and create mudslide concerns and flooding volunteers like Sharon to Phillips are rushing to find indoor shelters for hundreds of. Evacuate living in a tent city outside of Chico, California. Walmart's always flooded always always has been as long as I can remember it just floods, and we can have the people here now in southern California. Three people died in the Wolsey fire near Malibu, the national weather service in Los Angeles says there's now potential for rockslides and mudslides in the fire area on Wednesday on Wednesday Night Live in the news center. Jim cross KTAR news. Five..

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"chico california" Discussed on Start Here

Start Here

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"chico california" Discussed on Start Here

"The damage was already indescribable by deaths by buildings lost the campfire in northern California was already the most destructive in state history. But as we talked to officials several of them said just wait this is not over the casualties. You're hearing about now those are just the ones who could be easily found and over the last few days as search teams got access to the decimated town of paradise and places nearby that death toll began to climb even higher. Twenty-five? People are now confirmed dead now forty four people are confirmed dead the number of dead making another jump their concerns here. Now, there could be over a hundred dead. They just don't know. Meanwhile, remember this entire town is still without their homes and not all of them are lucky enough to have a relative to crash with and as they figure out their next steps. Another number has grown distressingly large the number of people were just unaccounted for. Let's go to northern California where that fire is still burning ABC's, Marcus more is on the ground. And Marcus where are you right now? Hey, Brad, I am at a WalMart in Chico California, which is about an hour and a half or so north of Sacramento while you there what's going on there. Well, this is where a tent city popped up in the days following the campfire that they're ravaged of this part of the state dozens of people who many of them who lost their homes, and they didn't want to go to shelters in the area. They decided to get tents and have a set up in a in a field along the of the parking lot of of the WalMart here, a number of families and people have actually left to find more permanent housing. But there are still a number of people who are who are here. And there's also the concern about unsanitary conditions. We'll and yet Marcus early are heard you coughing quite a bit yet. What is it like for people that have been there on the ground for you? You just got in there awhile ago, and there have been people that have been dealing with that for for well over all week. Now, Brad it is it is almost. Unbearable? I it brings me back to when we cover the Thomas fire last year, those the the fire burning in the hills. But then you also have this cloud of smoke that is is really just choking the air, and as we flew into Sacramento, you could barely see the ground below. So that gives you an idea of how thick the smoke is. And we heard some information that there is so much smoke in the air. It's it's almost like smoking eleven cigarettes a day. Wow. So that gives you some perspective of how thick it is. So when we talk about the number of people missing, I know it was thirteen hundred last night. How many of them are just not returning phone calls, and how many of them do officials fear actually got caught in the flames? Well, we don't know Brad the exact number, but there are different scenarios. And I and I should point out that in speaking with authorities. They don't believe that the that the people who are considered unaccounted for right now that they're in endanger. But they just don't know. So there's situations where loved ones have have actually reported their relatives missing. Because they haven't heard from them. And so that person is considered missing police looking for them, and they can't find them or you have a another situation where someone has not been reported missing. But instead a level wants a welfare check. Well, there's no house, and there's been no accounting for where some of these people have gone, so they're just literally they're unaccounted for. But. You were talking about a staggering number and the search for people has happened at shelters, and so a thirties have been going to shelters and also to the tent city where I am and checking names and to see if that matches or they can match that against any of the names of people who who are missing, but it is a monumental effort..

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"chico california" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"chico california" Discussed on WTVN

"From ABC news. Todd at one more set of human remains found Sunday bringing the total number of killed in the devastating will California wildfire to seventy seven officials also say the number of counted for drop below a thousand difficulty remains in finding affected residents. There's situations where loved ones have actually reported their relatives missing. Because they haven't heard from them. So that person is considered missing police are looking for them. And they can't find them or you have another situation where someone has not been reported missing. But instead a love wants a welfare check. Well, there's no house, and there's been no accounting for where some of these people have gone ABC's, Marcus more in Chico, California. The campfires sixty five percent contained officials say they expect full containment by November thirtieth and Florida to Democrats Senator Bill Nelson and gubernatorial candidate Andrew gillum have now conceded their races following lawsuits and recounts. There's an increasing number of Democrats who think it really may not be in play in two thousand twenty that could just be sliding. The Republican side. Although Democrats do feel like they learned a lot of lessons about Florida. They think might be applicable for the presidential ABC's political director recline for the first time. President Trump is saying that the US has a secret recording of the murder of Washington Post writer, Jamal kashogi who was killed last month. But Trump says he refuses to listen to it. Telling the Washington Post, the CIA has concluded. It was the crown prince who ordered the assassination but Trump cooling NASA. Premature the Saudis have vehemently denied the murder was ordered by bin Salman instead cooling, it a Ruge operation the Saudi ambassador to the US who's the crown prince's brother in a statement cooling the claims in the pulled CIA assessments false ABC's in panel at the foreign desk in London a forty five day strike by married hotel workers in Boston is over after workers ratified a new contract agreement. You're listening to ABC news. Hey guys can hear from the hip hot cast today's growth who would win a three mile bicycle race in eleven year old girl or last year's winner of the tour de France. It all depends on the bicycle it depends on their vehicle bulletin, a ten speed in the pro racers going to win every time but put the race around a tricycle in the eleven year old winds every time you see it's not the driver. It's the vehicle when it comes to generating revenue. It's exactly the same. If you have a job or a small business. You are writing a traceable you.

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"chico california" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"chico california" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"It from ABC news. I'm Todd at one more set of human remains found Sunday bringing the total number of killed in the devastating California wildfires. Seventy-seven officials also say the number of unaccounted for drop below a thousand difficulty remains in finding affected. Residents says situations where loved ones have actually reported their relatives missing because they haven't heard from them. So that person is considered missing police are looking for them. And they can't find them or you have another situation where someone has not been reported missing. But instead a love with wants a welfare check. Well, there's no house, and there's been no accounting for where some of these people have gone ABC's markets more in Chico, California. The campfires sixty five percent contained officials say they expect full containment by November thirtieth and Florida to Democrats Senator Bill Nelson and gubernatorial candidate Andrew Golota have now conceded their races following lawsuits and recounts. There's an increasing number of Democrats. I think it really may not be in play in two thousand twenty that could just be sliding. The Republican side. Although Democrats do feel like they learned a lot of lessons about Florida. They think might be applicable for the presidential ABC's political director recline for the first time. President Trump is saying that the US has a secret recording of the murder of Washington Post writer Djamil kashogi was killed last month. But Trump says he refuses to listen to it. He's telling the Washington Post the CIA has concluded. It was the crown prince who ordered the assassination, but Trump cooling. That's premature this Saudis have vehemently denied the murder was ordered by bin Salman instead cooling, it a Ruge operation the Saudi ambassador to the US who's the crown prince's brother in a statement cooling, the claims in the CIA assessments full ABC's, Ian panel at the foreign desk in London a forty five day strike by married hotel workers in Boston is over after workers ratified a new contract agreement. You're listening to ABC news. Hey guys can hear from the hip pad cast today's growth who would win a three mile bicycle race in eleven year old girl or last year's winner of the tour de France. It all depends on the bicycle it depends on their vehicle both Senate ten speed in the pro racers gonna win every time. But put the race around a trae cicle in the eleven year old wins every time you see. It's not the driver. It's the vehicle when it comes to generating revenue. It's exactly the same. If you have a job or a.

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"chico california" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"chico california" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Chico, California. The death toll is seventy seven nearly one thousand people remain unaccounted for a much anticipated document appears headed for the desk of special counsel, Robert Muller sometime this week CBS news correspondent Errol Barnett. President's legal team will submit his written answers to special counsel Robert mothers questions on the topic of Russian collusion. The president voiced hesitation when asked if he would agree to sit for an interview with Mullah. I think we've wasted enough time on this witch hunt and the answer's probably finished Trump's eagerness to end the eighteen month investigation comes as his acting attorney general Matt Whitaker. This facing warnings from Democrats Adam Schiff likely the next house intelligence committee, chairman says he will challenge with appointment. He was chosen for the purpose of interfering with the Muller investigation reports that Brenda Snipes has resigned. The embattled Broward County supervisor of elections in Florida's submitted her letter just hours after her office completed its recount of the midterm elections. W F O R TV's Jim defeat has been covering the issues that she had included things like losing misplacing ballots during the machine recount Chee. Co mingled invalid ballots with with good utimately ballots and was and there was no way to sort of separate them. After a while, you know, her office was routinely facing criticism for always being the last to report results on election night, not just this year. But almost in every election. It's up to the Florida governor to name a replacement the big winner at the weekend box office. Professor.

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"chico california" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"chico california" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Court today accused of breaking into a Sharon home. Terrorizing a woman and her three children police say this happened overnight. Ricardo Francis crashed his car then broke into the nearby house. The woman was assaulted those injuries not serious police. Do not believe there's a connection between the suspect and the victims the kids not hurt the number of people unaccounted for in the camp fire zone in northern California has more than doubled to six hundred thirty one overnight. Overrun, in some cases, people getting sick, their lab confirmed cases of the norovirus that is circulating around here. And remember these people left in several cases with just the shirts on their back. They're living in tents outside in the cold. That's maybe about forty five degrees in the dark of night. This is sort of a bizarre of sorts of grassroots pop-up donation center with clothing and food and items for children. There's a food truck that feeds people twenty four hours a day. This thing is not run by the Salvation Army or the Red Cross or any agency. This is simply out of the goodness of people's hearts. That's NBC Steve Patterson in Chico, California, a hand recount on ongoing in the Florida Senate race democratic Senator Bill Nelson and outgoing Republican governor Rick Scott into an extremely tight Senate race the hand recount mandated after the machinery count found the race at or below eight point two five percent difference. Federal judges ordered the White House to restore CNN reported Jim Acosta's media credential for now in a limited ruling. The judge said the broader issue involving first amendment rights may be deliberated at a later date, the White House accused of cost of inappropriate behavior and pulled his credential last week just in time for thanksgiving. Tens of thousands of pounds of ground Turkey products being recalled Jennie O Turkey says four of its rock ground Turkey products were produced in early September may be associated with a salmonella outbreak USDA currently investing over one hundred sixty cases in thirty five states. Well, let's take a quick look at your right now.

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With nowhere to go, wildfire evacuees set up camp in Walmart parking lot

PBS NewsHour

03:05 min | 2 years ago

With nowhere to go, wildfire evacuees set up camp in Walmart parking lot

"He's really having a tough time of it now with with the smoky air for the most part this camp has been run by volunteers. It is a bustling place at this point. But we're told by one of those volunteers who has frankly been here for almost a week that they're a bit frustrated that there hasn't been more of a government presence here. We learned a short while ago that they're actually going to be closing down this camp on Sunday. And part of the reason for that is they're very concerned about whether. That's expected next week. It's expected to rain and these tents behind me are actually in an area. I'm told that floods after rain of that. So they're going to be trying to shift people into Red Cross shelters around the area. Is it surprising that there isn't government help that this is all volunteer at this point. Because I would think these people are in need of so many things. That's right, Judy. I mean, that's the case that this particular location. We just spoke a short while ago with a view county spokeswoman who told us that there has been plenty of donations in facts, they're overwhelmed in many locations with donations. But at this point, they really need financial contributions. And they steered us to three organizations that are on the county website, the north valley community foundation, the schools fire relief fund the United way of northern California campfire fund, but of course, Judy what's really needed now is shelter for these folks. And. Before the wildfires. There was a less than two percent vacancy rate and Butte county. So where all of these folks will be headed in the days and weeks ahead. That's very much up in the air at this point. Well, we can certainly hope at the very least when people hear of these organizations they'll some some or many will reach out and make a make a contribution cat wise reporting for us from Chico California near where those terrible fires were. Thank you. Thank you. In the day's other news a pre winter storm spread across the eastern US leaving six people dead and causing mass power outages. Saint Louis got as much as eight inches of snow with two to six inches falling from Washington DC all the way north into New England. The storm had already triggered car wrecks across the deep south on Wednesday. Especially in Mississippi and Arkansas. All but one of Florida's sixty seven counties finish machine vote recounts today for the Senate and governor races Palm Beach county. Missed the deadline citing equipment problems in the Senate. Contest Republican Rick Scott had a razor thin lead. Over democratic incumbent Bill Nelson ensuring a further recount by hand. Meanwhile, Democrats picked up a US house seat in the state of Maine. They now have gained thirty six seats with a handful of races. Still outstanding meantime, the current house minority leader Nancy Pelosi insisted today that she has the votes to become speaker of the house, come January. She dismissed claims that

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"chico california" Discussed on Up First

Up First

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"chico california" Discussed on Up First

"I'm talking to you this morning from Chico California, this is not far from paradise. That is the town that was all but incinerated by this northern California wildfire that is still burning. The death toll went up to fifty six yesterday. More than a hundred people are still missing in many of them are from this town of paradise search and rescue teams there have been sifting through the rubble looking for human remains. And this is one volunteer who was doing that. I met her in paradise yesterday. Her name's Beverley Lagos people who are worried. Where's their grandmother their sister there? I don't think I'm going to be very traumatized. If we find remains the main thing is that I'm going to have a little piece of mind knowing that I've given peace of mind to the family members. So Steve that is what seems to be keeping these teams going as they do something very grim. David what did you see them doing minute by minute hour by hour as you walked with them through paradise yesterday? Well, we were out there. And I mean, these neighborhoods. It's just it's astonishing. You know, imagine taking these beautiful neighborhoods and using some cruel black and white filter to turn the place into black and white ash. And so we're out there. The smoky haze is hanging over everything. And these teams are just go onto the foundation of a home, and they'll start poking with almost what looks like hiking poles and they're doing two things one is to look for like gun safes or anything that might be dangerous for other teams to to encounter. And the other is to look for any obvious signs of human remains one of the the search and rescue people. This is Mark Aldridge. He's the deputy sheriff from sonoma's County, California. If we know we're going into a house that it was an elderly person who is bedridden we're going to go straight to where we think the bedroom is and find a bed frame and look there right now, we're just looking for obvious stuff. As gets more refined. We go on with sifter boxes and look for bone fragments. And so this process is just gonna keep going on for days, maybe weeks, which means that some people who are worried about loved ones who are missing may not have news for days a week. Yeah. I mean that is the reality facing so many families. They don't know whether loved ones are. I mean, the the number of missing is is I mean, it's just so disturbing and they're holding out hope maybe they're going to get news. You know, the they found a handful of body of remains yesterday. But you know, they're going desperately to these shelters. We were have Red Cross shelter here and cheek oh yesterday. And there are these bulletin boards. And they're they're just I mean, they're awful to to look at people walking up to them. They're, you know, yellow notebook paper people just putting lists of family members. They're looking for and they're identified as their moms their fathers their sons their daughters, their neighbors that they're just so desperate for some sort of information. Because they don't know where these people are David. There's something random. And hard to explain about fires the way that they jump around in an area, and you may initially think an entire areas destroyed and then discover the fire actually skipped around in their houses that survive buildings that survive forest survived. But is that the case in in in paradise or do you find an entire town where tens of thousands of people lived in everything seems gone. It. Absolutely. Is the case? It's so strange Steve you'll see five six seven houses in a row, totally gone. And then one still standing we saw I saw on a yard. That was completely scorched a flagpole that was the only thing intact. It was a Boston Red Sox flag and an American flag there, and I I think it's not just objects. It's people I met one couple. They were fine. They were so happy that they were together and had made it, but they were feeling just terrible for neighbors who didn't make it. And you know, their house was totally destroyed. All they have is each other. And they're not show where to go from here. But they're feeling very very grateful. David, thanks for your reporting, really appreciated. Yeah. Sure..

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"chico california" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"chico california" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Westervelt NPR news, Chico, California. The US Senate race in Arizona has been called for democrat Kirstin cinema who beat Republican Martha mcsally NPR's. Jessica Taylor reports. Cinemas election makes history on several fronts but cinemas victory. She becomes the first democrat Arizona has elected to the Senate since one thousand nine hundred eighty eight she will not only be the state's first female Senator also you'd be the first openly bisexual Senator in US history in her victory speech cinema sent her wind showed the state wanted an independent minded Senator. Arizona's had a choice between two very different ways. Fear. Cinema's victory means that Republican gains in the Senate have now narrowed to just one seat to outstanding contests remain the race in Florida is in a recount while the Mississippi seat will be decided in a runoff. Jessica taylor. NPR news, Washington. Opening statements are set for today in New York for the federal drug trial against Mexican citizen. Joaquin Guzman is accused of being a drug kingpin ordering numerous murders and laundering billions of dollars in drug money. Nicole Hong of the Wall Street journalists covering the trial. She told NPR's morning edition. The man also known as El Chapo had twice escaped prison in Mexico. After the second time just the public perception of Mexico's ability to handle this had really dropped. So after the US promised not to seek the death penalty against him Mexico agreed to extradite him. And here we are today. Another reason why there were some delays is because he obviously fought his extradition for a long time. They finally got him. To the US last year. January security is extremely tight when Cushman is taken to the courtroom online retailer Amazon is going to pick two cities where its new headquarters a source tells NPR, they'll be in New York, and in Washington DC suburb, Amazon is among NPR's financial supporters. The official announcement is expected soon. This is NPR. The conference of Catholic bishops is continuing its meeting in Baltimore members were expected to take up issues around clergy abuse, including a code of conduct for themselves and creating a commission to review complaints against bishops. But the Vatican asked them to stand down until the church holds global meeting on the issue next February the Canadian government says it's open to expanding trade with China. Dan, carpenter has more auto is looking at expanding trade with Beijing through sector-by-sector deals. Canada's international trade Minister Jim cars in Beijing for bilateral economic meetings. Car says the Chinese are interested in a range of Canadian products across several sectors areas. Ottawa's looking to move forward on our food and agriculture. Some experts have warned that sector-by-sector deals instead of a full trade agreement would be less likely to provoke Washington. President Donald Trump has been raising trade barriers against China and a clause in the new North American Free trade deal allows a country to pull out if a partner reaches a similar. Deal with a non market economy language, often used to describe China for NPR news. I'm Dan carpenter in Toronto the National Hockey League has reached a tentative multi-million dollar settlement with a group of more than one hundred retired players. They'd sued over concussions and other head injuries. The settlement reportedly includes cash payments neurological testing and some coverage of medical treatment, the NHL does not acknowledge liability the deal can also be abandoned if all players or their estates. Don't agree to participate. The league says it's in the best interests of all to avoid litigation. You're listening to NPR. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include ancestry, supporting the great thanksgiving. Listen, and story course mission to encourage people to explore share and preserve their family stories together this holiday season. Learn more at ancestry dot com slash.

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"chico california" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"chico california" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Degrees at eleven o'clock. Good evening. I'm sue Guzman. The campfire in California continues to claim lives at a news conference tonight officials announced at six additional bodies were found today in paradise California. And that brings the death toll to twenty nine over two hundred people are still unaccounted for fire officials say the blaze has burned one hundred eleven thousand acres in his twenty-five percent contained. They've got about four thousand firefighters battling the fire near Chico California about fifty two thousand people are evacuated. Sixty seven hundred structures have been destroyed. Three people are hospitalized after high levels of carbon monoxide were found in their Asturia. Queens home this morning firefighters were called at the two story house at twenty three fifty nine thirty fifth street. About five AM. They took three people out of the home one is in critical condition. The other two said to be in serious condition. President Trump is celebrating armistice remembrance day known as the one hundred thousand versus the end of World War One in a speech in France. Trump spoke about the end of the World War saying thank God. It was a brutal war. He said he and Milania were deeply honored to be guests of honor at this commemoration of Armistice Day. He talked about Veterans Day in the US. And thanks six veterans of World War Two who were in -tendance. Data owners across the city say they need help protecting their businesses from gang activity over the summer. A teenager was stabbed to death outside of Bodega in the Bronx by gang members. The owners say that that murder and other violent incidents have made them realize they need training for emergency situations.

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"chico california" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"chico california" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We also learn about the latest scientific breakthroughs physics particle that drives backward down mine shaft. Looking for a place to park. That actually is the plot of back to the future three. And the says you panelists explore the classics. Man. So join us for the words and lyrics and says you we'll be right back after this. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Janine Herbst in northern California. The death toll in the campfire now stands at twenty three. It's burned through one hundred seventy square miles. But firefighters are reporting some progress, so and your hotel of member station K Q E D reports the blaze is now. Twenty five percent contained firefighters have been able to hold containment lines. Well, but they did have a minor spillover of around one hundred fifty acres overnight. Cal fire spokesman Robert foxworthy's says some firefighters are working in really steep and rocky terrain. It enhances some of the safety issues and makes traveling more difficult very limited amount of roads. So that does play a little bit of a part in our ability to fight the fire. A red flag warning for critical fire weather conditions in effect through Monday for NPR news. I'm Sonia Hudson in Chico, California in southern California. Fire officials say the Santa Anna Windsor kick. Coming up again. And that makes that's making the Wolsey fire near Los Angeles. Even more dangerous, we need to make.

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Camp Fire devastates Paradise near Chico

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Camp Fire devastates Paradise near Chico

"Has forced thousands of people from their homes just east of Chico California, governor elect given Newsom has declared a state of emergency lintel Tomac is from Cal fire. There were some people that abandon their cars on the roadway. Because of the fact that they were trapped and could not get past the stop traffic and fire was coaching videos on the internet show first responders rescuing people from a hospital in paradise. You're

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Head of California Dems calls for In-N-Out boycott over GOP contribution

The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Head of California Dems calls for In-N-Out boycott over GOP contribution

"The head of, the California Democratic party this week called for a boycott of the popular fast food chain, in and out after, a public filing revealed that the company had donated twenty five thousand dollars to the California Republican party party chairman Eric Baumann into tweet. On Wednesday linked to a? Story about. The contribution in Rhode eat to. In and out with the hashtag boycott in. And out in and out executive vice president Arne Weisinger said, in a statement, Thursday that? The company made equal contributions to both democratic and Republican political action committees and California in. Two thousand eighteen for years, in and out burger supported lawmakers. Who regardless of. Political affiliation promote policies. That strengthen California and allows us to. Continue. Operating with. The values of providing strong pay and great benefits for our

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"chico california" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"chico california" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Dropping by the lobby of ramsey solutions rick is wait with us from chico california girls and a boy the boys the two year old and my question is simply i was raised getting allowance but i've i've read some your stuff and i've heard many talk about talk about this we are kind of trying to get started with a chores idea and what i'm trying to figure out is number one how to really kick into it but to decipher between what's the commission based chore and what's a mandatory chore and so we want to go with a commission base we love that but we understand you have to brush your teeth you have to make your bed you have to clean your room but now that we have a dog too it's like okay you gotta take the dog out to go do your business but i just wanted to have a conversation and understand where you're coming from how do we parse out the commission based and if we say to my oldest hey go clean the baseboards or go vacuum and you're going to get a couple of dollars for schick okay good the second part then is high i wanted them to make the emotional in visual connection between working money so you can just say do everything because i said so there's nothing wrong with that but you lose the teachable moment of work is where money comes from and you want to meet fifty eight year olds that haven't learned that in eightyearolds the half it's true i work is where money comes from and you work you get paid you don't work you don't get paid i want them seeing that visually and want them experiencing that i want them being able to give with money that they quote unquote earned i want them to buy something for themselves with money they quote unquote earn i want them to be doing some saving with money that they quote unquote aren't i say quote unquote.

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White House delays decision on tariffs

The Dave Ramsey Show

00:58 sec | 3 years ago

White House delays decision on tariffs

"I'm richard cantu pence went to collect chico california to get a firsthand look at border wall construction he spoke of central american migrants attempting to seek asylum at the san diego border crossing one hundred thirty miles to the west grateful for the efforts particularly over this weekend at our border patrols and making sure that those some one hundred fifty bitches were still part of the caravan are are dealt with consistent with the wall the justice department announced the first criminal charges against eleven people in the socalled caravan alleged to have entered the us illegally over the weekend adult entertainers stormy daniels opening a new legal front with president trump she is suing the president for defamation for his tweet calling a con job daniels is claimed she was threatened to keep quiet separately federal election commission records show the trump campaign is paid more than two hundred thousand dollars in legal expenses for michael cohen the president's personal attorney payments were made to the law firm representing cohen between october two thousand.

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"chico california" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"chico california" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The unions are gearing up to put up this is solution and go around the teachers in higher other people thank you and i was my next stock um i've i've spent a lot of time looking at security y'all some of them we see a banks some of them we see on one of the first things i went four when i retire from the military's i thought i would get a job insecurity but the pay is miserable next to nothing i thought for sure armored car drivers must make good money and they said no oh minimum wage so um there's a lot of talk that we hear from everyone about retired police off soon retired military but um sure went getting retirement checks but we gave up twenty six years of our life where we don't even care with fact is you are qualified we can use you what do i can't see of another check well that's that's true but the paid no one's offering the pay and they're getting while nobody's hiring enough you guys to in the first place so first the debate isn't the pay the debate is can we do it sure i've i'd be to tell them my wife if they come up with a program i'm going to look into what again because right now i wanna see from teaching school to driving truckers driving truck pays more money but that's not where i wanna be i'm this is my students i miss being in contact i have a lot to offer um i i'm i'm trained i could offer a lot but the i've i've got him i've got to get paid i gave my whole career get paid as much as a teacher trailer that are i kurt you take care of yourself thank you herron chico california on the mark levin app how are you mark thanks for taking my call you that basically i wanted.

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"chico california" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"chico california" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Unions saying no you cannot order are union members to um standing a hallway or come in early to watch their students arrive so i you know i don't know if there is a solution for that or i'm sure this there the unions are gearing up to put up candidates is solution go around the teachers and hire other people thank you and i was my next stock um i've i've spent a lot of time looking at security uh some of them we see a banks some of them we see are one of the first things i went four when i retired from the military's i thought i would get a job insecurity but the pay is miserable mix to nothing i thought for sure armored car drivers must make good money and they said no oh minimum wage so um there's a lot of talk that we hear from everyone about retired police officers retired military but um sure we're getting retirement checks but we gave up twenty six years of our life where we don't even care the fact is you are qualified we can use you what do i can't see of another czech what goes that's true but the paid no one's offering the pay and they're getting while nobody's hiring enough you guys in the first place so first the debate isn't the pay the debate is can we do it your i've i'd be happy dollars just tell my wife if they come up with a program i'm going to look into it again because right now i want from from kuching scolded driving truck could driving turk pays more money but that's not where i wanna be i miss my students i miss being in contact i have a lot to offer um i i'm on trained i could offer a lot but i've i've got him i've got to get paid i gave my whole career get paid as much as a teacher trauma that are i kurt you take care of yourself thank you herron chico california on the mark levin app how are you mark thanks for taking my call you bet basically i wanted.

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"chico california" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"chico california" Discussed on WGTK

"But use that promo code med for the special discount meanwhile talking about the president listening today and responding in indicating that he is eager to do something about enhancing background checks which is something that most americans truly truly appreciate and what let's go to your calls to tom in chico california you're on the medved show probably who do well okay um earlier and vitamin smog would you mentioned that does cruise should have been able to fire by a firearm is a minor um but even my name is james eighteen was nineteen and committed the crime uh and i think one of the problems with our society today is that we are going backwards and we're treating children like children a longer and longer and longer instead of treating them like an an adult at 18 i joined the military um but it can buy a 22 rifle at walmart or twenty two pistols sorry um and it it doesn't make sense to me that we continue to treat kids as kids wanting to adulthood keeping them under their parents' win until twenty five th some things i think you're entirely correct do you think it makes sense that a rental car companies won't rent of people under twenty five that i do understand very joined their ability to drive okay so so you'll understand that they won't let you rent a car but they should allow your byron ar fifteen burning the different there is a private companies making policies were their own business and that's a good found business decision gathered if this is a.

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"chico california" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"chico california" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"The special discount meanwhile talking about the president listening today and responding in indicating that he is eager to do something about enhancing background checks which is something that most americans truly truly appreciate and what let's go to your calls to tom in chico california you're on the medved show well no good um earlier and the might have been smoked would you mentioned that does crews should have been able to fire by a firearm is a minor um but he was my is eighteen was nineteen when he committed the crime uh and i think one of the problems with our society today is that we are going backwards in we're treating children like children no longer and longer and longer instead of treating them like going to an adult at eighteen i joined the military um but it can buy a twenty two rifle at walmart or twenty pistol sorry um it is it doesn't make sense to me that we continue to treat kids as kids wall into adulthood keeping them under their parents' win until 25 some things i think you're entirely correct do you think it makes sense lived a rental car companies won't rent to people under twenty five that i do understand based on their ability to drive okay so so you'll understand that they won't let you ran a car but they should allow your byron ar fifteen burning the different there is a private companies making paul fees we were their own business booth and that's a good found business decision yeah this is this is a this is a this is.

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"chico california" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"chico california" Discussed on WDRC

"Jason in chico california listening on cape pay how you doing jason what's on your mind tonight good lord el or air yeah we got a lot of wired up here it it it it it at about up a super overtake her yeah that is a it'll oeberg lucky to live here or that it the early uh how did it how did but up gino they're saying it in men men dessino county alone there are fourteen major fires burning and this is it's it's been a very deadly fire a dead deadly fire so far with the break of the outbreak last night in the last hour we give it another fire burning it creaking era with area door that bad that area for acquired it happen oh very difficult to judge who but that's why you have to come added from the air and i think that tool you know they said that that that plane even those basing out of sacramento sacramento's two hundred miles from uh the wine country where a lot of those fires are two hundred miles at six hundred miles an hour is nothing and they're turnaround time on the ground is just thirty minutes so that's why we're going to talk to jim wheeler later on this hour that wing i watched the take off from the airport it added that is incredible it will be good firefighting but you heard this story that i mentioned about the firefighter the brand new probationary firefighter who'd arrived to that firehouse in detroit and they said usually you're bring some kind of gift for your fellow firefighters and he brought to watermelon and they said over at the end mmediately red that is races because a lot of the firefighters a fire station are black americans should they of red of that way eu also wrap it with a big blow it it also breast cancer alert at what so all what what can they read in that there are put the ocean poo barring looking or anything and everything to eight over that it'll doubt you know we got together with some friends this weekend over the weekend and they brought chocolate chip cookies i'm a diabetic now do you think i read that that.

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