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"Might want to avoid that slow lane until Caltrans gets there to get that fixed. Next reported, 9 15 I'm tiny compass with more traffic reports more often can extend 70 news radio. So for tomorrow it's going to get warmer out there high as upper seventies at the coast, Mideighties toe low nineties for the basin and valleys up to 101 degrees. And then we soar on the thermometer Friday and Saturday accessory. He warnings and coastal heat advisories with coastal valleys, making it up to 108 degrees. And, of course, even hotter out on our deserts. The Coachella Valley could get closer to 120 degrees once again. Right now. It is 65 degrees in El Segundo and his 79 in Serie Toes and River Science got 85 degrees at 907 It's a big one, and it's running hard. The lake Fire started about 3 30 this afternoon and has exploded to at least 10,000 acres of this point. With no containment. The fire's been sending up thick smoke. They can be seen across just about all of southern California.
West Nile virus discovered in more mosquitoes in Coachella Valley
"More mosquitoes infected with the West Nile virus have been valid in the Coachella Valley toward yet when officials will resume a spraying operation in the area that was recently suspended because several employees of the agency that does the spring came down with a Corona virus. Latest infected bugs were caught in traps in Indian wells. So far this year, 21 infected mosquitoes have been found in the Coachella Valley. But during that period, there have been no cases of the disease being transmitted to
Coachella, Stagecoach Music Festivals Rescheduled for April 2021
"Yeah after Lollapalooza and many of the major Chicago festivals were canceled the other day yesterday they pulled the plug on Coachella which takes place just outside of the palm springs area in the Coachella Valley and also the stagecoach country music festival both of them were or are postponed until October but now that the producers of these festivals are afraid that the other could be a second wave of a corona virus later in the year in September October so they just decided to pull the plug on the whole thing
"coachella valley" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Is the two ten west at Grand Avenue CHP there looks like it may be blocking a lane I am starting to see a little bit of back up next forty nine fifteen I'm Tanya compas with more traffic reports more often can extend seventy newsradio we're getting progressively warmer through the holiday weekend peaking in the middle of next week or will hit triple digits in the valleys maybe even a hundred and ten or greater in the Coachella Valley off the rest of us in that coastal areas may stay in the seventies throughout the time period because of the marine layer up to see if that materializes that's usually what we see here on your Memorial Day usually the coast I can stay fairly gray and cool about in that area is going to be in the eighties and nineties right now Fulton sixty six Northridge has sixty five Palmdale sixty seven at nine oh seven end up being covered to the pandemic they'll soon be a reason to go to Dodger Stadium but it has nothing to do with baseball a new cover nineteen testing site will be opening at the stadium this site is a special just because of where it is and all those amazing memories we have of going to Chavez ravine to see the boys in blue play it's remarkable because we'll be able to test up to six thousand people a day that's three times larger than any testing site that we have LA mayor Eric Garcetti and we designed the site to move as many people as quickly through that site as possible the levy adding long wait times and long lines the testing site is set to open Tuesday and Garcetti says wait times on results at all the cities testing site should be coming down soon we've heard from people who've had to wait even more than a week to get the results we expect to get back this coming week to test on this coming week to a thirty hour turn around time we had a lot of talks with our lab they had a big push it was taking those cases as much as like you said over a week but it's taking five to six days that's too long Garcetti says the lab has made some changes and hired up click you pesky talk KNX ten seventy newsradio per site carries the latest that's been approved to accelerate re opening its economy following Ventura and San Diego counties supervisor Karen Spiegel says they've issued detailed guidelines that have been working with local businesses to help prepare them you may have to consider some utilization of glass barriers are protected to protect your workers or customers definitely.
"coachella valley" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Of Congress who is also a doctor he represents the Coachella Valley that's right Dr rivalries as one of just seventeen physicians in Congress I look that up Scott he has served there since twenty thirteen and you know how we get the Ballinger further that he was in the army doctor who dedicated his practice to underserved communities like his hometown of Coachella and he joins us now via Skype congressman Dr Ruiz walking to the break down thank you it's great to be here I thought we just throw in both of your titles from online so before we get into the news can you tell us like where are you and how is your family doing I know your wife is or was a nurse and you have too little we have twin girls who are probably right five I do I do they're five years old and die and they built a fort out of sheets and chairs and they slept in their four in their room so we're trying to find different ways to keep them occupied innovative so that they don't go stir crazy inside dark place during my yesterday at home orders I hear you on that I have a four year old and seven year old boys so it sounds like you are in it home to tell about it right now I am in my office and I am with one status only everybody's working from home and doing teleconference teleconferencing and video conferencing works but it's either my home or my office got it well as I said I mean we want to talk a little bit about kind of you're aware you see us out since you spent time in an emergency room in a rural emergency room and we're hearing so much concern about the readiness of our health care system for this and so much work that we know the governor and others have put in to trying to get all the personal protective equipment out to them to get the ventilators refurbished where how do you feel like we are doing in California at this moment we're behind and we're behind everywhere in our country the California is very dependent on the federal government's ability to provide the supplies to increase our and support the healthcare systems I especially prior to the surge and in general we are behind look I'm an emergency physician practiced in the emergency department during the H. one N. one pandemic and I'm also a public health expert with a specialization in disaster eight and so very early on when we solve the virus spreading and its effects in the in Wuhan China and then you know in different countries that's the time where our federal government should have been sounding the alarm educating the American people start to in power people with the messaging and setting the expectations of of social distance seeing of washing your hands as well as revving up the production line in a massive form for mass downs face shields tasks and and Bentley but as we all know resident downplayed it and diet really said it was under control that he was going to go away and and really really gave false or contradictory information with mixed messages even within his own administration and that has had repercussions as we know there are some governors who are very late to take this year yes I and even locally and my community there were some city mayors who were just basically saying that this is a partisan issue that that that they didn't understand why we're making a big size because you know the flu I had had some also some some similar characteristics and and so it it it was difficult to really rally the local community I and the national community that really take this seriously all right before there's the threshold and exponential rise in transmission and that and so that we can alter that curves of transmission in order to keep it under the health care capacity and and if we're going to really make a difference we really need a a whole of government aggressive population war why social distancing so that so that we can prevent what's happening in Italy but unfortunately you know we have some segments who believe it some segments of down and now we're seeing the repercussions are you saying that when you say were behind you mean California is behind because California was you know one of the first out there's a stay at home orders the bay area was the very first in the country are you saying that California is behind or that that for the lack of a federal message from the White House has made it difficult to get the message through to you know save the governor of Florida who said he just yesterday found out that it was casually transmitted the virus that it's so California is ahead of the curve compared to other states there's no doubt about it governor Newsom called for a statewide stay home policy governor Newsom has been mobilizing where he can tests and and school closures local counties have been doing the same very earlier than other locations but here's the limit is that we don't live in a vacuum there's limitations in the amount of tests that we did in California simply because there weren't enough tests nationwide in the federal government was it moving fast enough to approve test or the reagents for those tasks and deliver those tests and then win the California received some tests those tests where malfunction and so there was an issue with those supplies as well so so California is ahead of the curve but as a country we are behind and and the moment too and and by the way we still don't have enough tests and we don't have the rapid ten test turnaround capacity to make quicker decisions and not only in the care of patients but also in the surveillance and containment for certain pockets of neighborhoods where we may see a a faster search so the number is at worst and that's very important to understand because the numbers that we're seeing now about the rate of transmission and the test is an under count because there have been people who have not been tested who have the virus there been people have been symptomatic and didn't go to the hospital that had the test that weren't counted so we have to we have to be analytical about how we use the current numbers of those that have tested positive I in our planning and just assume that the degree of spread is higher than the numbers that are being reported well I mean that gets me the sort of what is your practical advice because people obviously I think in California you know have largely dissipated tensions the stay at home orders were now seeing some sort of new updated advice around wearing masks if you go to places like the grocery store what do you tell your constituents and Californians in general like where what should we all be doing personally exactly that's a very very good point you know because here we talking about the nitty gritty of numbers and test but the practicality and the clinical judgment that people should have is to basically understand that the virus is transmitted through air droplets is when somebody sneezes coughs when there's new kids and it lands on other people and objects and you touch those objects and somehow it has to get into your eyes your nose and your mouth and the the distance of travel of those air droplets after a sneeze is about six feet that's why the recommendation is to stay stay away you know stand six feet away some people are even saying that as as people talk sometimes they they shoot out those little droplets when they speak they speak you know they spent a little and so does make Kerry that virus as well so that's why social distancing is so very important to us hi dad if people maintain their deaths distance from one another the other thing to pay attention to and in terms of understanding the processes that a virus I needs a host to survive so in the absence of a vaccine there's two ways that they P. is going to flatten and come down one is that we keep our distance from one another so the virus in that particular hose does it find another subject another host and gets transmitted hi and eventually goes into a vulnerable person so that's the social distancing way of slackening the curve the other way the curve flattens is that the virus has infected so many people in massive amounts that there's a herd immunity meaning that there is a critical number of people that have already been inspected that have a an immune response so the virus can not live and be transmitted into that other perks that other person so those are the only two ways in the absence of a vaccine that we're going to really flat discourage now we don't want to have the massive infection where we get to a herd immunity just yet right we want to do herd immunity vaccines because then you're increasing the probability that somebody with asthma somebody with diabetes somebody that's older than sixty five somebody with heart and lung diseases or weak immune system is gonna get the virus so the best thing that we can do is to follow the precautions very simple stay at home as much as you possibly can yep I'm sorry the mean the definite cars when you swipe of course spent a lot of time both in your life and in your career as a physician working in and around low income communities you work I think in a clinic for low income folks after you graduate if you became a doctor and I'm wondering if you know if you look around your district and hear from other members of Congress who represent what lots of low income folks how are you seeing the inequities in the health care system playing out you know in your district with regard to testing with regard to access to care that kind of thing well there's no doubt that in areas where the communities are medically underserved they don't have enough physicians enough nurses enough clinics to even go get the care I in a good day none the less in a bad day during a pandemic and one of the things that we're concerned about in the distribution of these tests is that those that have more resources will receive the or it will have the ability to respond to purchase the test and they will test the communities in those areas and we're seeing that here for example in the city of Coachella which is one of the more medically underserved areas there's only been one positive corona virus reported I and that's simply because the people of Coachella don't have access to the test that other more affluent communities have like palm desert for example in the Coachella Valley so that's why it's important that public health experts and and leaders I count for the disparities in health care to make sure that everybody is being tested that everybody's receiving care because you know on this pandemic we want to make sure that as many people that we have surveillance and testing for as many people possible in order to shorten the length of transmission the pick of transmission and I'm working with a local hospital and a at a tribe in my district to precisely start drives through testing in the poor areas of the of the district that's great because we know that it's clearly not just only going to affluent areas of the only times that a big story about this inequity as well I'm very quickly before we go to break and arteries I'm curious as speaker policy has already started talking about the possibility of another bill to help stimulate the economy or to help local governments what do you think Congress needs to do if moving forward after these first two bills including this huge this huge two point two billion trillion dollar package well the number one priority needs to be saving lives DO and to reduce the spread of the virus and also the length of time the virus continues to spread the depth of our reception desk and the length of time of the recession is directly proportional to the peak of transmission and the length of time that the.
Riverside County, Los Angeles, Reports Fourth Coronavirus Death
"Riverside county has reported another corona virus related deaths a health official says the man who was over seventy years old was from the Coachella Valley is the fourth fourth corona related death in reverse White
WTA Tour Suspended Until May 2nd
"We had this six weeks suspension announced that means no Miami no Charleston on the W. T. side this was an issue of the ATP announced on their own unilaterally. Canceling MIAMI MONTE-CARLO IS GONNA go and everything. Bassi up until the end of of April and bit by bit. The WTI came pretty much to the same conclusion but they tried to do it one at a time rather than just doing a complete block of canceling everything. That's where we stand. At the moment we have had another update today a WTI saying because of the ongoing Global Corona Virus outbreak the WTO tournaments in stood guard Istanbul and Prague in April Arcane to be cancelled as well and so everything is suspended on. Wgn Tore now until may the second they say we will make a decision in the week ahead regarding the remaining Wti a European play caught tournaments are monitoring the situation closely so it may not be the end of of the constellations even even now so here we are amid March. We know we're not GONNA get any tennis on the women's side until may the second so let's talk to a couple of the players who are out in India wells who were affected by this situation starting with the British number. One on the men's side Down Evans World Number Twenty eight career high ranking of twenty eight. I had a little chat with him before he went to Indian wells initially when he was still in Dubai and I sensed then he was pretty anxious about the whole situation the fact that he was going to go back to the UK just for a couple of days then flats California he he. He really didn't know what to expect when he got there so I asked him first of all what it was like when he got to think like nothing was was any different at the Stop I actually went to San Diego for two is a few members at the club. She said to me all year. We're not going down to endure wells issue because of the corona virus and I mean always on our. I guess you know they were. They were older members to in. This guys says always decided that Mr Tikey precautions and we go down there and as I'm sure you're not a tennis player not the most You know pretty isolated in their own world and no already set much until I think it was. It was pretty much the die before qualifying stay there was there was is that it was GONNA get cooled off. Alan. Yes big big room Sula started unethical cooled off for the the die before Listen to the Health Minister of I think it was California or cut Coachella Valley and he said that he might have statement about into wells. I would be the guy who would be calling off sedan Sort of happened. It was all very vivid surprise really but then at that I. It wasn't so much surprise if she knows all the severity of Then not long after the Miami consolation when it was a pandemic what was the week. What's a week been like since then because they were they were letting everybody stay? Weren't they in use Indian Wells for an stay in the the accommodation? What did you? What was it like being around the other players at that time? Yeah well I mean we started like there is a few few different people two different things so that was advised to not leave the country because remodel belt guest in back in and then does seem like he was defeating the jets. If people could have committed that would have been Miami really and then it was all pretty strange. You know I didn't make didn't like practicing one was we? Were supposed to be playing. It seemed you know pretty no atmosphere. There was no saying it was terrible so applies to be to be honest and I find it pretty hard too noisy to be motivated but everyone was brought to which was destroyed thing. I've always prided everyone was eating together. So it was all this. It was all surreal India wiles. And then as said when we heard W hite sugarcoated upon Devon. Everybody was booking flights that I think you know the wrong. Who was on the Wolf for Miami? And obviously they've called on the ADP side. They pretty much immediately called a six week. Holt to the toll now. That's that's a pretty far reaching impact for so many people I mean in even in our little ecosystem of tennis. Yeah you've had a good a good start to the good last year so you'll have built up some some finance that you can. You can weather a period like that. But not everybody's in that both I would imagine no I guess not a not much anyone can really do is right now. It's it's a terrible situation for everybody you know thankfully no one just yet tested positive Well not as far as I know. That's my thing is to keep everybody healthy. I think that's the reason why the tournaments have been I think consoled in on the six week pulls to the Tool the tournament it's You know obviously a difficult time for everybody involved like just said you know even dancer. People Work Torments Aichi sponsored of player? Who is a my fly? And he wasn't sure she was getting paid or not. You know which is the end of the day. That's what everybody wants to have it as they go to to work to get paid. Because I have stuff to pay for the livelihood. Juno Dot Com. Mr Bill could fail in for for anyone. Don't know if you're going to get paid in the NFC can't for everybody. Ron and in Great Britain and the world. Yeah I mean you. You obviously had a period of time out the game. We we know the reasons for I remember you talking about the time that you found it quite hard sort of just not having the purpose in a way is it. Is that something that you feel may might help you in a way that you've at least had experience of that. If if we're able to to practice I don't see I. If I were to practices stuff adultery the six weeks been been that much of an issue for me personally You know we. We can't change if we went tool could go onto Daylight Spain I think. The chargers for For everybody really literally doing nothing because it is a that will be. I will be pretty tough I as you know one guy who's in Madrid and he died on lockdown. I called leave and he said his you know not not good whole so. I'm hoping that doesn't happen but if it does then you know the Be Interesting to see how that works. I for for the tennis
"coachella valley" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Of covered nineteen after two new cases were confirmed today well the riverside county cases are in the Coachella Valley health officials say most ourself quarantined in their homes D. as a restriction on the AD carry on item has been temporarily loosened out amid the corona virus pandemic now travelers are gonna be able to take up to twelve ounces of hand sanitizer with them through airport security the previous limit put in place in two thousand six was three point four ounces of hand sanitizer state officials have issued some new guidelines for people to want to go to movie theaters casinos amusement parks you can find one that's open California's department of public health has urged theaters the keep attendance down to fewer than two hundred fifty people per room strangers are also being asked to sit at least six feet apart from each other in theaters theme parks and attractions were also told to thin out crowds by staggering attendance most in southern California have closed LA readers care and wait to give back their rented books the seventy three public libraries in LA will be closed through March thirty first in response to the corona virus pandemic this follows a directive by mayor Garcetti barring gatherings in city facilities of fifty people or more due dates for borrowed books and other materials will be automatically extended during the closure and there will be no late fees digital services like E. books audiobooks streaming TV movie music services classes and digital subscriptions to newspapers and magazines remain available on the LA public library website rob Newton KFI news thousands of police and members of the military in the Philippines are.
Coachella Postponed During Coronavirus Outbreak
"Your music's largest events will be delayed over covert nineteen virus concerns organizes for the Coachella Valley music and arts festival of postpone the event possibly into October I
Larry Itliong and the Great Delano Grape Strike
"Year is nineteen sixty five. The Vietnam War is escalating. I have today ordered. Tha Nam the Air Mobile Division and certain other footage which will raise our fighting strength from seventy five thousand one hundred and twenty five thousand men almost immediately X. is assassinated Jeff Van. The gunfire went off and his hand was up. I remember turned around and the next thing I saw smell come falling back in the jet. Martin Luther King Junior leads a series of civil rights marches in Selma Alabama. They I want to say to the state of Alabama. Just want to say to the people as a matter of and the nations of the world that we are not about turnaround. We own the move. Now yes we on the move and Norway racism the Bannon and in California farmworkers faced with racial discrimination and economic hardship organizing for their rights as workers. And as okay so quick recap on the history of farm workers on the West Coast and specifically California. Immigrants had been exploited as cheap farm labor for years. I Chinese Japanese migrants then Filipino. Nationals arrived in the nineteen twenties. Mexicans became a large part of the farm labor force around time but also just poor folks of all backgrounds looking for work. Black White Brown were exploited. They lived in shabby wooden houses near the fields. They worked for hours under the Sun. Some even lived in former concentration camps which house Japanese Americans during their internment in World War. Two since they first started coming over in the nineteen twenties Filipino. Farmworkers had tried negotiating for better working conditions and wages with their bosses. Usually white guys called growers beheld. Strikes started organizations and unions. They were often met with violence. Or they'd lose their jobs. Gore's were higher other ethnic groups. Instead scabs to their strikes like the immigrants who came before them Filipinos were thought of as hard workers who were obedient easy to control but they were also militant having lived through years of race. Riots shootouts violent. Confrontations with police growers SCABS. It wasn't uncommon for Filipinos to draw knives on the picket line. Larry it Leon came up in this old school. Militant tradition of striking labor organizing and by the nineteen sixties. He was a leader of a union that represented farmworkers call the Agricultural Workers Organizing Committee. A Walk which was supported by a larger union the AFL CIO. Larry worked the likes of Mexican American activists. Dolores Huerta and Filipino. American organizers Philip Aracruz. Who called Larry the most powerful Filipino leader in a walk? He had the most experience. I mean he'd been in a lot of strikes you know and he was the head of a walk at the time this. Miriam Powell a journalist and historian who spent almost a decade writing books and articles about another famous Labor leader Cesar Chavez and the United Farm Workers which we'll get to in a bit in terms of the nuts and bolts like being a Labor leader running a union. Larry was the guy absolutely. That's where story picks back up as a union organizer and leader one of Larry's jobs is to visit farms in the Central Valley to recruit. New members moves his family to Delano. Where he the mostly Filipino. Workers in May nineteen sixty five opportunity knocks in nearby. Coachella valley where there are also Filipino. Workers who need help. Here's Patrick again. As older Larry. Here's some workers did a dollar forty in our Filipinos are getting a dollar twenty five an hour. Now that don't make sense to me. It's time to strike okay so to strike meant. The workers would stop working until their employers. The growers listen to the demands but striking farmworkers wasn't going to be easy they were going against big agricultural business agribusiness. The man agribusiness was the most powerful industry in California at that time. Million Powell again arm workers were really the poorest people who also had no protection all of this sort of existing health safety and labor laws that applied to other professions. Do not apply to farm workers could be fired at will. They be made to work any kinds of hours or no restrictions no health or safety requirements so for them to take on this enormously powerful industry a was a huge talent when the farmworkers decide to go on strike in the Coachella Valley. They don't go to the fields to work. Instead we pick it in demand for better wages. They held up signs march. Saying chant confront the growers. They don't get paid and some workers are even arrested. But in ten days the growers give in the workers get their fifteen cent raise. Let's pick these grapes. After the harvest Larry in the farmer workers head north to the next job the grape fields of Delano. Where they hope to get the same rates but the growers refused to give the farmworkers meeting a community. Space might remember called Filipino Hall. Let's do this. Delano has a thriving Filipino community with lots of farm workers and members of eight walk so they actually establish a Filipino Hall. And at this meeting it is packed. It's mostly Filipinos but there are also some members who aren't the Black Puerto Rican Mexican even white their backgrounds different. But they all have one thing in common. You've suffered enough under the growers and they want real change now. Really neither raised by public actress on this anymore. We are getting any younger. We need better wages and union today. Dude these courses suck breezing my us of here. Larry and the other union leaders here the farm workers but understandably they have concerns if we strike. You might lose your house. You might lose your car. Your family might be on the streets. Hungary. It's going to be tough. Are you sure you want this farm? Workers decide to vote on whether or not they should go on strike back. My name is John Arlington born and raised here in Delano in present day Filipino Hall. I talked to John Arlington. Whose Father Mariano Lila Farmington also known as Bob was a Filipino immigrant and Delano farmworker. He was in Filipino Hall. That Fateful Day my dad and our family were part of a long agriculture workers organizing committee and with Larry. And Leon Philip the Veracruz People Osco and so many others were here in this hall. I'm talking to you now. In September seventh nineteen sixty five where we had a day long second meeting about the strike. And when Larry asked if anyone could make a motion regarding strike my father stood and made the motion to begin the great strike that started in Delano. Bob's made the motion to go on. Strike those in favor of the strike. Stand up and raise your hands high. Okay so what the heck everyone standing up. We're going on a strike you crazy. Bill Pinos Next Day September eighth nineteen sixty five the farmworkers show up at the grape vineyards ready for work according to the documentary Delano Manos by Marissa. Arroyo just like any other day at work. The farmer workers started picking Ripe Grapes on the vines. Then they'd set them down on the ground they move onto the next Bein. Fake Red Grapes. Set them down. Here's a clip from the film with organizer United Farmworkers Vice President. Pete Velasco we pick the ripe grapes and trim it and then move onto the next by under the same thing at moon. Our there are a lot of big grapes under that is when about the thousand five hundred. Pretty Pianos went on strike against the grape growers in
Trump To Make Rare Visit To Los Angeles For Fundraising Event
"In depth president trump is making a rare visit to southern California next week not many details just yet but we do know he's expected to be in Los Angeles on Tuesday night for a fundraising dinner and on Wednesday the president will be in the Coachella Valley for golf fundraiser that'll be held at oracle chairman Larry Ellison's Rancho Mirage is state tickets range from a hundred thousand dollars for a photo op and golf outing for two up to two hundred fifty grand to add on a round table discussion the riverside county Republican Party chairman says having Mr trump visit the area shows that he understands that California actually matters in respect to being a Republican and a
Rage Against the Machine, Travis Scott, Frank Ocean to Headline Coachella 2020
"Rage against the machine Travis Scott and Frank ocean will be headlining the Coachella Valley music and arts festival twenty twenty according to a tweet from the two week music vessel rage against the machine will perform the Friday nights Travis Scott on Saturdays and Frank ocean on Sundays artists including Calvin Harris big Sean and Lewis Capaldi will perform as well the vessel takes place in Indio California every year the twenty twenty shows are April tenth through the twelfth and seventeenth to the nineteenth according to the tweet presale tickets go on sale Monday at noon
"coachella valley" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Birds you want to see a pair of great you just go take a look a bird graveyard I wonder when will some day you'll see more birds if you've ever seen ever in your life you know California they were killing the bald eagle if you shoot a bald eagle they want to put you in jail for ten years a windmill will kill many bald eagles it's true and you know what after a certain number they make you turn to win well if that's true now I live in palm springs for oil in the Coachella Valley and we have windmills everywhere where they allow you went out there yes they were but they were in the middle of no where are you pass by have you ever been out there on the ten maybe with a cello whatever you seal the win mails around there were loud at times have they had issues with birds absolutely do they do I always wondered what they were doing that yeah because you see like there's a hunt windmills only for working why and it's really windy well we turn minded with as we needed and you said they're dealing okay whatever I'm not gonna but that was just that was classic dropped let you guys when you guys look a windmill was totally on the talk about grazing ever knew his real world no I've read more about them than anybody else Mike though you have right no you haven't because even young conservatives are worried about the climate right they may take a different approach which is always what I tell my friends on the left if you want to talk to somebody who's quote unquote a climate denier if you want to get them on your side if you will approach it in a different way but the problem with a lot of people when it comes to climate stuff it's like a lot of things in this world you've got to combat it in a way where they are you champing with them so with your thing is hate I kid let's fix the climate I'm gonna make a ton of money at it Hey it's no no it's got to be physically because you wanted to climb right it's like you can't just be one of these people the looks of somebody who's who's trans and say yeah you know you do you no no you got a chip you have an ally I don't think anything you do you whatever you want me to call you Linda my phone call Larry that no it's not enough for the never enough three two three five three twenty four twenty three at jet Benson shows your Twitter so this is insane but this is one of the things that we need to talk about Friel's we had ended two thousand twenty here is something that absolutely needs to be addressed crazy ****.
"coachella valley" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"LAX we've got a two car crash which is also in the car pulling next report two twenty five on to these father with more traffic reports more often okay next ten seventy newsradio gusty Santa Ana winds continue across southern California we still have a high wind warnings especially for the foothills of mount communities and a lot of our higher elevations and then everywhere else under a wind advisory so we continue to see a much more these guys cranking up to anywhere from fifty to fifty five miles per hour for the wind advisories and then for the higher elevations possibly at the seventy seventy five miles per hour the winds will start to taper off and then we'll see a noticeable drop once you get past ten PM tonight temperature wise though we still stay slightly above average upper sixties rally in Orange County metro and the co sixty two for the valleys forty three for the mountains forty nine for the desert and sixty five for the Inland Empire tomorrow a little cooler with the clouds filling in and get ready we're looking at rain in the forecast by the end of the weekend was seven California's most accurate dependable forecasts of CVS to what meteorologists Amberley for KNX ten seventy newsradio sixty four in Burbank sixty nine degrees Redondo Beach and seventy in Santa Ana it's two seventeen riverside county supervisors have authorized spending three hundred fifty thousand dollars on efforts to restore the dying Salton sea the money will come from the Coachella Valley air quality enhancement fund will help restore the north end of the three hundred sixty square mile lake including the creation of a lagoon the plan is to create an underwater barrier and fortifications that would control water loss in deep in the lake but the allocation of three hundred fifty thousand dollars is just the beginning the estimated cost of shoring up the entire north into the Salton sea is three hundred and fifty million dollars the home of the alleged Golden State killer has been sold in the northern California community of citrus heights Sacramento the three bedroom two bath ranch home sold for three hundred twenty thousand dollars price near the bottom of the market for the area seventy four year old Joseph de Angelo awaiting trial on allegations he broke into dozens of homes across the states in the seventies and eighties raving often killing real estate experts say it's likely the buyers were told who lives in the home capital.
"coachella valley" Discussed on KCRW
"Coachella Valley another warm one look for highs around one hundred and ten this afternoon morning edition the time now it's five thirty five it's morning edition from NPR news I'm no well king in Washington DC and I'm David green in Culver city California families who cross into the United States illegally could soon be detained indefinitely that is if the trump administration gets its way acting homeland security secretary Kevin mescaline and said this rule change we'll send a message that if you come to the U. S. along with children don't assume you'll be set free by eliminating the incentive to make the journey the United States as a family the new rule reduce the unprecedented volume family units at a stream the already limited resource of our department components and for children throughout the region at risk now this new rule would replace the floor as agreement a decades old rule that sets limits on how long migrant children can be detained ILR Mukherjee is professor of law and director of the immigrants rights clinic at Columbia Law School and she's on the line now from New York this morning thank you for taking the time thank you for having me so if this rule were to take a fact and I know it would have to probably survive legal challenges but what would be the new reality for migrant families the new reality for migrant families would be that children and families would be detained together indefinitely the floor settlement agreement currently provides for three basic protections for children in federal immigration custody it provides for their release as promptly as possible for from custody in recognition of the particular vulnerability of children the proposed rule would it got that protection and allow indefinite detention seconds the Florida settlement agreement currently provides for basic minimum standards of care for children including requiring detention facility is to be subject to state licensing requirements that would be entirely eliminated and third the floor a settlement agreement currently provides for independent oversight of these facilities so that monitors like me can visit children in federal immigration custody to see if they're being treated approach at Lee and the proposed rule would gut and eliminate that protection entirely so the question is why should the American people trust that this agency has the ability the power and the insights to care for children DHS has proven time and time again that it is incapable of providing appropriate care two cans and groups as desperate as the American pediatric association to DHS as own advisory committee have found that detaining children is never in their best interest I feel like it each of those things your product could be an entire conversation that let me ask you about about one you said that families would be detained together so does this eliminates something the trump administration was so intensely criticized for which was separating children from their families because they would not be held together right so the administration has co opted the language of the American people which is families belong together but families belong together and children should be free families don't belong together so that children can be in prison indefinitely now in terms of the incentive it's a very interesting issue the Obama administration also try to detain refugee families families seeking asylum indefinitely that effort was held to be impermissible in the federal courts and empirical studies analyzing that period have found that the indefinite detention of families then did not in fact result in drops in the number of immigrants coming to the United States and the number of asylum seeking children trying to come to the United States so do you see a legal argument here that they could win in court and and challenges new rule no no so this new role will be challenged in the floor as case itself and we can expect to see other challenges as well based on the administrative procedures act the trafficking victims protection reauthorization act and perhaps the constitution itself all right Miller McCurdy directs the immigrants rights clinic at Columbia Law School thanks so much thank you federal bureau of prisons is being scrutinized after sex offender Jeffrey Epstein committed suicide at the federal jail in Manhattan so this week Attorney General William Barr appointed a new director at the bureau of prisons Kathleen hawk Sawyer will face a lot of challenges and peer justice reporter Ryan Lucas has the story the first thing you should know about the new director of the bureau of prisons Kathleen hawk Sawyer is that she's done the job before she let the agency for eleven years from nineteen ninety two to two thousand three that kept a career with the beer that began back in nineteen seventy six as a psychologist at a federal facility in Morgantown West Virginia but it's been sixteen years since the last let the agency and experts say a lot has changed in the interim I think the system is changes what work complicated than when she was left partially because the growth in population we because you see a much harsher and work unitive system that's Jonathan Smith a lawyer who has done litigation and advocacy work on prison conditions he says today's federal system uses solitary confinement more frequently than it did in the past he says the use of private prisons has skyrocketed as has the privatization of services across the system and perhaps most importantly the federal prison population has jumped from sixty five thousand in nineteen ninety two to more than one hundred and seventy seven thousand and twenty nineteen so I think he's going to prison or you know are very very different system is very different set of challenges she joins the B. R. P. now and hawks always first and to top the bureau she was thought of as a champion of rehabilitation as someone who push for higher education opportunities inside federal prisons Smith says a lot of that is gone now in part because of Congress in part because of decisions made by the justice department and that's miss says highlights a simple fact the director has limited power to address deep rooted problems a director is important they set the tone they haven't huge influence over policy but the director along without the support of the instructions can be very difficult to fix the function problems for those who work inside the nation's federal prisons such as Darryl Palmer a corrections counselor and bureau of prisons union leader one pressing problem in need of immediate attention is chronic under staffing the biggest challenge now is trying to get staff hi rob and get some correctional officers back into the prison system the bureau was ordered to eliminate some six thousand positions which cut staffing levels of facilities across the country Palmer says that at the high security prison in Pennsylvania where he works for example the staff is short about forty correctional officers several things have contributed to the bureau staffing crisis attrition uprooting problems a generation of officers reaching the mandatory retirement age of fifty seven but it was a hiring freeze that president trump imposed shortly after taking office in twenty seventeen that push the system over the edge that frees was only lifted by the Attorney General in April it's a as I say it's the perfect storm to try to make up for the shortfall correctional officers are being forced to work overtime and double shifts the situation is so bad Palmer says that secretaries food service workers and even nurses are sometimes being forced to fill in as guards that leads to safety issues he says it also has a ripple effect on other services when the other staff were hired to do other things that the things that they were supposed to be doing isn't getting done so you're you're you're robbing Peter to pay Paul basically it took the death of a high profile inmate to put the bureau and it's goals under public microscope now it falls to hawk Sawyer to try to address a long list of challenges and fix a system that some call overcrowded poorly managed and broken Ryan look as NPR news Washington.
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"Clues about how the earliest land animals moved in prehistoric times, researchers at Humboldt university in Berlin used a nearly three hundred million year old fossil skeleton and preserved ancient footprints to create the robot the fossils described as a beautifully preserved and articulated skeleton. That's about ninety centimeters long, the four legged plant eater lived before the dinosaurs. And fascinates scientists researchers believe the creatures a stem amniote an early land dwelling animal that later evolved into modern mammals birds and reptiles the researchers built a life size replica of the prehistoric beast, and then tested the motion in various ways that would lead. It's gate to match the ancient tracks, then built a slightly scaled up robot version, which they called oral bought the model allows testing of real world, dynamics and it accounts for gravity and friction. A UN report says the world's thirst for fresh water is causing a salty problem. The study by researchers from Canada, the Netherlands and South Korea deceleration plants around the world producing enough Brian waste to swamp area. The size of Florida with a foot of salty water every year, researchers won't that much of the Brian is being dumped untreated into the sea and some is causing home to see life because of toxic chemicals. The research is called for better Brian management, especially in countries like Saudi Arabia which rely heavily on desalinating. They noted that studies have shown Brian can be used in equity cultures to boost yields of salt, tolerant species of fish and the metals and salts contained in it could be mind. The headliners are set for the twenty nine thousand nine Coachella valley music and arts festival coming up.
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"But it's not all good news obesity related. Cancer deaths are rising and prostate. Cancer deaths. Are no longer dropping cancer is still the nation's number two killer, the American Cancer Society predicts that there will be more than one point seven million, new cancer cases and more than six hundred thousand cancer deaths in the US this year. The headliners set for the twenty nineteen Coachella valley music and arts festival coming up in April. If it promoted goldenvoice are in a date, childish, Gambino, tame, Impala and Sonoma will have land the two weekend festival. Other performers include the nineteen seventy-five DJ snake diplo salons and weezer for grabbed a landing one of the top spots starts two thousand eighteen right where last year left off she closed the very successful twenty eighteen with a number one album in sweetener as well as multiple heads. Coachella is known as the festival for cool kids and musicians it happens in southern California from April twelfth to April fourteenth. And from April nineteenth to the twenty first missing. Teen is back home. I'm Tim Maguire with AP news minute thirteen year old Jamie cloth, abducted last October from her Wisconsin home. After her parents were killed has been reunited with relatives in Barron. Wisconsin Barron county sheriff Chris FitzGerald says the twenty one year old Jake Paterson had no known contact with the clause family before the attack. We don't believe there was a. Social media connection, and we're determining how he became aware of Jamie the girl escaped yesterday from the cabin where she had been held in a rule area near the town of Gordon at some sixty miles from baron Patterson as a court appearance on Monday, partial government, shutdown likely to be the longest in US history. President Trump's softens is pushed to issue an emergency declaration to take the wall funding issue out of the hands of congress the absolute right to do it. But I'm not gonna do it so fast because this is something congress should do some eight hundred thousand federal workers are affected by the shutdown. I'm Tim Maguire more news right after this..
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"You're listening to the AP digital news network is day thirteen of the government shutdown and as AP Washington correspondent saga megani reports. There's still no deal even after a closed-door meeting between President Trump and congressional leaders before yesterday situation room meeting, President Trump said the shutdown will last as long as it takes for proper border security could be a long time, and it can be quickly. He's not budging from his demand for billions to pay for a border wall. Democrats say he had Republicans are holding the American people and their government hostage in the process. They want to try and leverage that shut down into their proposals. The leaders will meet again tomorrow in between Democrats will take house control and pass bills to reopen. The government would stand no chance of getting to the Senate or the president's desk. Saga megani? Washington. The NFL is partnering with Caesars entertainment as its first official casino sponsor the multi year deal does not include sports betting or fantasy football Caesar's will draw its properties celebrity chefs music, artists and other entertainment platforms to provide NFL fans. With unique experiences Caesar's will have exclusive rights to NFL trademarks in the US and United Kingdom, including the Super Bowl and draft. And it'll host parts of the twenty twenty draft number of teams already have advertising agreements with casinos including the Cowboys ravens saints in raiders. The headliners set for the twenty nine thousand nine Coachella valley music and arts festival coming up in April..
"coachella valley" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"One eleven which connects the ten freeway to the Coachella valley coming up, even though election. Day Tuesday, a lot of early voting already underway. We'll take a look that story coming up in just a moment. First, traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the fives at two twenty five. Here's Esther Martinez into clover city, a crash still in a couple of right lanes are on that northbound four zero five as you approach Culver boulevard. Delays still looking a lot better than earlier and a tow. Trucks should be arriving shortly on that south one ten at Manchester into south L A couple of cars still blocking several lane CHP right now running a traffic break, the are holding all lanes and all these are stopped. So that's creating big delays as you approach Manchester. The south Winston is already toughened slow because of all that construction on the ten west to the south one ten that transition road is closed. So those delays also heavy there as you come from sixth street on that south one ten and within that crash area on the south one tabby team twenty eighth street and thirty ninth street. That's where the leaves are. Closed until ten AM south one ten atoms offramp is also taken away and big delays into Long Beach. Southbound side of the four zero five at the seven ten we'll keep an eye on that one. And no reports of any crashes yet, but south 4:05 loading up as you can away from Carson towards a seven ten out towards the west one eighteen at earlier crash cleared to the right shoulder and on the east sixty at seven ten into east LA, a crash also being pushed to the right shoulder. Next report to thirty-five, I'm Esther Martinez with more traffic reports..
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"That's why. I went to go tell it to find out why is it, that in two thousand seventeen there are people without access to clean water, and who is responsible for what's going on and I, didn't have the answer to all of those questions I heard of a man who has made it his life mission to solve the problem of lack of access to water in the eastern valley he's a Mexican American civil engineer named Gus willow is strata For the rest, of this. Hour we're going to be looking into gastro story and what his role is in solving this water problem, and we're going to delve into the history of why this water access problem happened right. Here in the Coachella valley in the first place so tell. Me what happened after you met so the first place Gastineau took me to was his first civil engineering project he ever worked as park is. One of the city's oldest park it's called bag Numa park So this this whole thing here I I saw it when it was all dirt nose job is, to drop plans. For infrastructure projects almost, like he's a, creator, of Ikya manuals what. Do you mean I ki- Emmanuel's he creates the plan but then somebody else executes it. So he's actually always surprised about how it turns out I think I think like the way I describe it be my first project that, I worked on is almost I imagine like when. You cook imagine a cook he knows exactly all the little things that he did and the probably. Thinks manage done this interview didn't cook it he just eating a you probably think man that thing tastes great I can't think of what. Else I could have done the same thing. With the project I know exactly where there's maybe like a little thing that I don't like the little details the way the way we put. The bumps the. Traffic bumps I would have done it different. I would have staggered on right now they're not staggered and I think they're too frequent I I love the fact that he's so kind, of geeky dorky Yeah he like. He sees the world differently like you know I don't drive down the street and think. About like oh the stop light could have been four inches in the right and he's an engineer so engineers inherently are more aware of of, issues that deal? With city planning and resources but. The thing that makes Castelo really uniquely. Qualified to sort, of talk about the issues of. The, eastern Coachella valley is that he's from there where are we We're in the community of. OAC's I call, it all unincorporated, area this is where I grew. Up so away says is one of these mobile home parks it's smaller than Saint Anthony's mobile home park which visited at the top of the show but likes Anthony's it's an unincorporated. Area which. Means it has no city government and it falls under the purview, of the county in this case Riverside County but unincorporated means that it doesn't have its own police department. Or its own ambulances and most importantly? For, the story no one provides water for. Them, so the, people in the area they dig their own water wells, and, they control them completely independently for someone whose whole life is, about infrastructure Gaza didn't. Grow up with much infrastructure if any when I spent the week with him driving around. The Coachella valley there was one where he kept using to describe the east side and the way he grew up different what sorts of things. Are different specifically Which is the conditions you know I mean there's, nothing here is mall street through snow sidewalk there isn't any parks around here to go there isn't any. Stores there's no there's not a Starbucks You know the irony of this place being called oasis right but but. Then he corrected, you instead it's actually they all say oh because they in Spanish. Yeah everyone there spoke Spanish most of the people that are working agriculture on, top of the services being bad in these parks we heard about. The wells breaking down the close coming out dirty there was another bigger, problem when I used, to take, showers as, a kid we'd have to fill up a bucket. And then I just water I used to. Shower whether that water. That was, coming in with clean I mean it wasn't you couldn't tell. From looking at it, that it was that there was levels of arsenic.
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"Podcasts. We're back on today's show. We've been talking about the lack of access to clean water in the eastern Coachella valley. And when we left off our producer on said, he was going to talk to other members of the Coachella valley water district. She wanted to know if they also saw providing clean water to the east side as a priority for the agency. Yeah. The first person I spoke to was actually Jim Barrett who's the general manager of the water district so fast on the board and he votes and you makes decisions. But the real person who's running the day to day is Jim Barrett. And Jim spent a lot of time working for the city of San Diego also doing things about utilities and water usage, and he really knows his stuff and I sat down with him and I asked him, okay, you've been working with water-management for decades now, how do you see the issue in the east side? What would you suggest? So what we have out there is potentially a group of new customers that don't have the resources to pay. Pay their way in to the existing system and by California law, we can't. We can't take revenue we receive from existing customers and spend it on new infrastructure to bring in new customers. So there is a little catch twenty two..
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"We're back. And when we left off producer on yesterday, he'll was out reporting in the Coachella valley in California. And she was following the story of a young civil engineer named custody Estrada who's working to bring clean water to rural communities on the east side of the valley gusty low had just been elected to the board of the Coachella valley water district. He was both the first Mexican American and the youngest person to ever become a board member. Yeah, that was back in two thousand fourteen and so now gusts knows been on the board for three years and he's one of five members on the board. He's the only one who has grown up in the eastern predominantly Latino side of the valley, and his position comes with a lot of power. I mean, to get an idea of the magnitude of the decisions. He's deciding the budget that they just approved a couple months ago for two thousand seventeen was three hundred sixty nine million dollars my God. That's huge so much money, and that's. Because water is serious business in California, and in particular in southern California and custody takes his position very seriously. Well, I was there. He was in the process of buying a car and he had been to the car dealership like six times he's style is to observe what I'm doing. I try to stay back for a little bit. And like you said, it says the situation before I make a choice. What has always been an observer while I was driving around the mobile home parks with him on the east side, he Kettering up these vivid memories he had of growing up there. A lot of parties right there where that trees at the. That's where I, that's I remember running around here dancing playing with the kids looking for scorpions, as they little scorpions back there. Remember the songs, the music. My parents danc- and no, they're young to at that time. Do you remember the song back in the day? I think they danced a lot to like the machos. Probably some in meet the..
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"Protesting i should get to the end of the blood story though right we didn't really wrap it up with a nice little bow about what had happened because we did figure out what had happened what happened well we figured out that rich murata had a little cut on his arm that it bled blood pretty good from that from that cut it's a small cut but the blood was flowing but he's fine we got band aid on the bleeding has stopped right and see if that guy has gotten back to us it was like a a mystery wrapped in a i'm sorry i screwed up the line i'd say it's like a mystery couched in a riddle csi because i had to get the paper on the blood to see if in fact it was blood and not like motor oil right and it was it was fresh blood sorry when we come back speaking of csi few cold cases that have been solved in the last couple of days because of dna if you've killed someone and you got away with it the dna technology has caught up to well a lot of guys a lot of people i would be very nervous about it the golden state killer was just the beginning during channel will continue monica rix has update on the news hey syphilis is bringing a bunch of health officials together today in palm desert their meeting this afternoon to talk about syphilis spike in the coachella valley the average syphilis rate there is thirty two per one hundred thousand people statewide sad rates of spice forty five percent in the past five years a van crash outside of a dutch newspaper building is being called an attack on the free press man rammed a van into the newspaper's headquarters in amsterdam this morning then set the car on fire and jumped into a getaway car at accused drug kingpin joaquin guzman known as el chapo he's back in federal court today for a hearing he's a accused of ordering hits on thousands of people as head of a drug cartel and shipping several tons of cocaine from mexico to the us he has pleaded not guilty whether in this hour of kfi.
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"Draper's submitting the petition to the california state legislature next week any state split would require federal approval from congress beyond say makes her debut with the coachella valley music at arts festival tonight she takes the headliner turn just after eleven early celebrity sightings include justin bieber kylie jenner and courtney car dash e in this year's festival goers received beefed up security includes drones for the first time it's in response to last year's mass shooting at the harvest music festival in las vegas forecasters say it'll be sunny and warm in the coachella valley with highs between eighty four and eighty nine degrees music fans again make it to the festival can watch some of the acts live on youtube sound issues cancelled a rock tour correspondent jim taylor explains huey lewis needs a new drug or something he's lost his hearing so bad julie says he can't hear the music well enough to sing it anymore so few lewis and the news canceling its twenty eighteen tour should see says he owes doctors can help and he can perform again soon drifted jalen from cbs news tedious container restaurant we have breaking news in order to stay smart you've got a habit in order to stay ahead you gotta have it newswatch never stops wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time to fifty three traffic and weather together it's.
"coachella valley" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Org uh the pot churches pool of uh proliferate as states ease access to marijuana um and they're talking about the rastafarian movement here or allegedly this movement here um because they say that uh that that just look bridge how they put the circus you just great services at the coachella valley church be get an end with the lord's prayer in between there is a sacrament breathe deep and blow harder said the pastor after distributing small marijuana joints to twenty worshippers on a recent sunday afternoon nail the insight down with you get it for marijuana or prayer consider uh what in your own life you are thankful for that's a quote a middleaged man wearing a jesus loves you baseball cap piped up thank you god for the we'd he called out on thankful for the spirit of cannabis a woman echoed from the back i'm grateful to be alive said another young woman adding that she had recently overdosed on what she did not say uh for the third time the small room a painted black and gold a decorated with crosses and rastafarians symbols filled with smoke after an hourlong service of christian prayers selfhelp slogans and inspirational quotes despite its main steer stream christian trappings the church describes itself as a rastafarian church something that stop to define hm our rastafari is a political religious movement that originated in jamaica combining elements of christianity panafricanism and mysticism the move and has no central authority adherence use marijuana in their rituals the church leaders say they believe that the religious freedom laws give them the right to offer marijuana to visitors without a doctor's recommendation and it allows them to distribute and give marijuana out without paying any taxes uh that's where there had it they're relying on court rulings had made possible for some groups including native americans to use federally banned drugs like peyote in the religious ceremonies marijuana churches typically require people to purchase membership and give or sell the marijuana and related products they may ask for id such as driver's licenses and in don't require a doctor's recommendation or medical marijuana card so nestled tried to they're trying to.
"coachella valley" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The importation of water from the colorado river where was the water coming from before before the canal was built the desert was very fortunate in having a large underground aquifer so the desert is on inhabitable for people people can live in the desert and so the cortana valley is on a jain desert but it's a very special desert because it sits on an aquifer no an aquifer is a permeable rock that can absorb water and so even though with the desert they would you know when people first settled there they would dig into the ground and they would have wells that would spring water what was happening in 1918 is the people who were here realized that there are two should wells didn't slow as quickly as they once had so they needed to find additional sources so even though they have the aquifer they didn't want to treat it like a mineral they didn't want to say all we're gonna mind this vina gold until it's done with and then move on so basically the aquifer is not sustainable unless it's being replenished at the same rate as it's being used and is being used beyond its capacity as more and more people start to farm in the area but in order to keep farming production up the farmers wanted to participate in what became known as the colorado a river compact wait what what is the colorado river compact i'm glad you asked the colorado river compact was signed in nineteen twenty two it was a government deal that split the use of the colorado river between seven states including nevada arizona and of course california and while the deal is being made the farmers of coachella were nervous that they wouldn't get enough access to the river's water so to advocate for themselves they founded the coachella valley water district that was back in the 20s the next big milestone in the valley happened in the '60s the coachella valley for many years agriculture was king came to the economy will starting in the mid to late '60s homes in the resorts and there are golf courses and way more people started moving into the area there are quite a few golf courses here in the coachella valley one of the more high profile players of golf in those early years was former president dwight eisenhower president obama has come here to play golf golf plays a very important part of the.
"coachella valley" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"It the the temperature in lancaster yesterday was a hundred and ten degrees they say that was a record fifty six year old record we're gonna see temperatures between one hundred two hundred and ten through la in san luis obispo counties all up and down the coast there and we're going to see they said in the coachella valley temperatures problem lee into the wind twin cities when one when tease now you can ask why everybody's gonna say global warming there is also something that happens it's called summer of phoenix is very hot didn't you say joe the record temperature in phoenix is one two i think it was one thirty four old and buy it was the no indepth valley i think i was like death valleys one thirty four i know that but the the one in phoenix we're getting close to the record but do you know what happens in phoenix every summer we get close to the record because of the temperature i've been there when in the summer and it's very very hot so excessive heat warnings were uh out for different areas around southern california heat advisory for the inland valleys excessive heat warning for the past the coachella valley in the high desert all that is to be expected air today by the way tonight is the summer solstice i think as nine twenty nine thirty that we begin summer officially so this is going to be felt longest day of the year fourteen plus hours of psalm it's also going to be the hottest day i now to in phoenix set in nineteen ninety in and death valley one hundred thirty four degrees in july nineteen thirteen well one of the things that you're going to see a throughout tv news tonight is a handle on the he'd looking people walk of you know look at this guy he's working in though in one hundred twenty degree are you i enjoy their of herders who kinda makes side those assignments there was one local on that had a camera guys throw a bottled water in his face because he's i it's i larry ace my son works in a tire shop and they don't have airconditioning in the bays that they use to bring the cars in jack him up and fix the tires.
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"That it's not even in the town which case he's talking about something else the it it always it always correct me up but i saw a i was watching the first fast and furious and turns out the police dispatch when getting back to paul walker says coachella vin diesel in the coachella valley and then somebody shot me tweet of bugs bunny now that arbiter of grammar yes bugs bunny is looking for khoat chela and then some people said well but he's a cartoon character he missed pronounces the cities by maroon he hit albuquerque he didn't screw up albuquerque which was right after it manila always will either that'd be evidence anyway if somebody who who did the voice back now mellman like maybe mel blank just didn't know the correct pronunciation what what proof is that of i have to care i've come up with a theory are you ready it is my divisive divisive hipsters liked to change the pronunciation of things that kind of make it their own it was it was it was iran and iran always i saw the con film festival go from tan to khan and what's wrong with conde was swift ratification canada and they don't like to do things the way other people do things it's a way to lord your superior intellectual superiority over some of the best pronouncing of that is van gogh for years but for about ten years there and it was a it ended i think ten years ago h doors but for about a decade there the hipster love thank god i of you heard vague you're too young people yes there that's why the npr show's brought to you a church by generous grant from the andrew carnegie now who also owns carnegie hall like so there is at carnegie hall and then there's a grant from the loan from the carnegie foundation but that's them guilty when he page they're on their own thing and so i might now my thought now is it was khoat shell up because i do sort of member koa chela from might for my youth and then the hipsters moved into town and the hipsters.