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Fresh "Dana Point" from Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"City of Dana Point. We lead local from KF eyes, 24 hour news room. I'm Bill Seward. All lanes still closed in Fountain Valley North bound for all five, Euclid, The broker says Caltrans work here that should be wrapping up in the next little while But in the meantime, you're seeing suddenly lays there. There are detour signs in place South downs out of the four old five. Golden was to beat Boulevard is all lanes closed until around 6 a.m. and Santana on the South Downs out of the 5/17 Street, two dozen ranch road car pool and left Lane ConEd off there. You are seeing delays at the head of the closure. Southall money on the westbound side of the 60 Rosemead Boulevard Definately four rightly is currently shut down, K if I and this guy helps get you there faster. I'm Robert Bucky Way. Just my vocal exercises. Now your top five reasons. The visit Mongol number five. Move on those home stretch. Give away a gift for your kitchen This.
Fresh update on "dana point" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"A wildfire in the Angeles National Forest has burned more than 17,000 acres L, a county fire sky, Cornell says. A lot of firefighters are in mop up mode in areas where flames have already burned. So what the firefighters were doing during mop up is they're looking for any potential of re ignition. We want to make sure that we overturn that soil and put out any potential flame until there's no longer dirt. That's what they're doing with. The fire started Wednesday afternoon, and within two hours have grown to 6000 acres. Cornell says At least five homes have been destroyed in the fire is 12% surrounded. A judge has ruled a lawsuit from a woman in Arizona won't fly. US District Court judges thrown out a lawsuit filed by Cynthia Page, who claimed New York's 14 day quarantine requirement for travelers from hot spot Corona virus. States like Arizona infringed on her fundamental right to travel. She claims the quarantine order unfairly stopped her from visiting Brooklyn and from helping friends pack up their house to get ready for a move. Paige says she plans to appeal. This is the second time a judge has ruled against challenges to the quarantine since it was first ordered by New York. Dinner. Andrew Cuomo in June. Aimee King Ko Phi News and a local marching band has joined the covert 19 way of doing things USC is marching band is going virtual for the fall semester. The decision was made as many fall sports seasons or either being postponed or cancelled due to the pandemic. US sees band manager says they have been practicing together on zoom, He says it was difficult to get all of the students their own instruments. Pac 12 decided to postpone the football season until next year and US sees band manager says they're looking forward to getting back out on the field, then Debra Mark Ko Phi news for the latest on businesses open and closed across southern California, check out our website it today if I am 6 40 dot com keyword open So Cal weather from K. If I, the Heat's going to continue that high pressure dome, plenty of sunshine eighties of the beach nineties in the metro areas, one hundreds and 110 in the valleys and desserts right now Pasadena checking in at 75 degrees, it's 72 degrees in Inglewood, 73 in Anaheim. And 72 degrees at the city of Dana Point. We lead local from KF eyes, 24 hour news room. I'm Bill Seward. All.
"dana point" Discussed on WDRC
"Have you spoke to your veterinarian Chris my wife might might have a couple years ago but I don't remember eating okay let's try this are you familiar are you familiar with I would have seen oil not really I mean a little bit okay zero zero is really made a lot of difference in terms of dogs and cats so what I'm gonna do and it's a company based in you live in California the company based right here in Temecula California called nature fact they make by far the best and the only hence the products that I recommend and I am going to send you some hemp seed specifically made for allergies let's see no guarantees but let's see if that makes a difference and that's important because if we don't see a change there you might call me back within I might suggest you make another trip to the vet and actually have the drive I tested for specifically what's causing the allergy before we go there now let's try to hemp seed oil by nature that's specifically made for allergies let's see if that doesn't make a difference for you okay is that something that you run on that no no no no it's not going to because in the first okay as I said before you go for something else your question have you noticed any changes in your dog's behavior since the covert nineteen epidemic we recently moved from Laguna beach Dana point and that he I had a hard time with the new you know just a little separation anxiety we need to kind of art that but I've been I've been noticed anything within that number how long ago did you move Chris cool okay here's what I want.
Coronavirus Update: Los Angeles County Will Reopen Beaches in Phases
"More surfing swimming and sunbathing is happening in California the state just approved another three Orange County cities to reopen their beaches Dana point Huntington beach in seal beach of all have plans to avoid overcrowding continue physical distancing Newport beach also submitted a plan in is the last coastal city waiting
"dana point" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"C. H. the city of Dana point had joined Huntington beach and asking for the restraining order and although the judge did reject that request he schedule for hearing for the issue from eleventh ignoring the governor's order hundreds of headed to Orange County beaches again today can extend seventies Emily Valdez joins us live from Huntington beach Emily hi yeah so there are ample professors out here today nothing like we no problem haven't been any violence like I said it's it's probably a few dozen that maybe thirty forty what I have seen a lot of people and have been just ignoring the order that the beach is closed others want to reserve for is out of the beach that were getting here hello copper was flying overhead and telling everybody over the loudspeaker please get out of the water the beach and the boardwalk is close there is a large police presence here not just by the sheriff's department also by the hundreds each police department probably don't want a repeat of what happened yesterday but they're covered their listening in a motorcycle on their way telling people to get off the boardwalk and completely ignoring at they're not arresting anybody York County sheriff said this is they're hoping people will voluntarily comply so they're not out arresting people who are going to show up in the lifeguards are driving up and the sheriff's department driving up energy bodies thank you get off the beach and they're hoping people will leave I need to be set out I'm gonna be out here monitoring the situation again Huntington beach is closed and a lot of people don't seem to care reporting live in Huntington beach Emily Valdez can extend seventy newsradio thanks Emily well the numbers are grim again more than sixty new coronavirus deaths confirmed in Los Angeles county during the latest reporting period and that pushes the total of that so far to almost twelve hundred and the number of known cases in the county has now shot past twenty four thousand public health Dr Barbara Ferrer says more than ninety percent of the faith technicalities continue to be among people who have other serious underlying medical conditions and the virus also continues to have a disproportionate impact on racial and ethnic minorities in the Inland Empire seven new deaths in riverside county brings the total number of deaths there at a hundred fifty six that's out of more than four thousand confirmed infections one more death in San Bernadino county raises its total to ninety four for more than two thousand other known cases in the county the San Diego county death toll climbs to a hundred thirty four the figure in Orange County has hit fifty two well then to a county's total does remain steady at eighteen has the dramatic drop in traffic led to much cleaner air in Los Angeles not as much as you might think well the greater LA basin at twenty one days of good air quality of March the longest streak since the early eighties much of it happened prior to the March nineteenth locked down and came not from fewer.
Los Angeles - Huntington Beach votes to challenge Newsom’s order closing O.C. beaches
"To Orange County cities taking legal action to stop governor Newsom's order the Huntington beach city council voted five to two to sue the governor and seek an injunction injunction city city attorney attorney Michael Michael gates gates tells tells KNX KNX despite despite pictures pictures and and reports reports the the city city is is actually actually done done a a good good job job of of social social distancing distancing were were there there a a lot lot of of people people the the beach beach yes yes but everybody was spread out I was down at the beach and walked along the boardwalk and I witnessed this myself everybody everybody was spread out he called the governor's order arbitrary and capricious and doesn't believe that as a basis in law gates says the officer case will be heard in court today the city of Dana point is also voted to seek a temporary restraining order to stop the government the governor's action
"dana point" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Uesp medical dot com feel incredible because I called one eight hundred call when you're finally settling down and if they do temperatures will come down a bit highs Wednesday in the mid upper sixties under sunny skies the only changes between now and the end of the weekend really well I had a few clouds occasionally and temperatures will fluctuate between the upper sixties in low seventies these are changes you're probably are not going to notice pretty stable this is for Coleman with NBC four New right now in Dana point fifty five cypress fifty eight Pasadena fifty three hacienda heights fifty six degrees weekly local from the K. of my twenty four hour news room I'm Michael crozier and Thompson were waiting for Sanders and Warren to speak and then I Rozier just talk tell me something interesting I didn't know this by one of the one of the players J. both Leister balmy Easter collapses on the bench and leaves the game on a stretcher the blues verses the docks and he might be in serious serious condition yeah we're the city paired to be grabbing a drink of water and he just slowly fell wow and and they they literally all the the players route on the ice and both look they're all looking at the at the benches and the benches cleared and the stretcher came in and I I can't figure out what happened but they may have.
The Mcstay Family Murder: Setting the Scene
"The mcstay family had recently moved into their new house on on a nice cul de sac in fallbrook California Nets. At the time they disappeared. They had relocated from a beachside apartment in San Clemente. Joey and summer next day had been making plans working on home renovations when they stopped responding to texts and phone calls on February Fourth Twenty ten Joseph was forty he owned and operated earth inspired products misses a business at designed installed water fountains. It had been. Joey's dream to be self employed Loyd in order for him to spend as much time as possible with his sons Johnny h four and Joseph Junior h three. Joey's summer was a licensed assist real estate agent. She taken some time off in order to be a stay at home mother. Yeah and to work on the house. 'cause there was a lot of work to be done there. They big cleanser this house. Stay Dead Joey and summer had each been married once before when they met and according to friends they fell in love quickly and they were just crazy about each other and quite happy. So let's go into summer. Joey's history is a bit just to get a better understanding of who they were as people and who they were as a couple before this all happened. So Joey's birth name was Joseph Allen Ashley. His Mother Susan married his biological logical father. Robert Lee right out of high school but the marriage just didn't last very long at all. Susan then met Patrick mcstay. Nineteen in seventy one and Patrick was quite happy to take over his. Joey's father he and Susan married in nineteen seventy two. They were married and and Patrick adopted Joey with Robert. Ashley's permission which I found pretty interesting and with this adoption Joe. His name was legally changed to Joseph. Brian mcstay then in nineteen seventy-three. Joey's brother Michael was born. And Joey was a doting big brother. Who really love to help out with Michael's care but unfortunately Patrick and citizens marriage didn't last long either and they divorced in nineteen seventy five and and they would continue to have some back and forth issues over the years? Although Susan remarried and maintained custody of Joey and Michael the two boys did continue to spend in time with their father Patrick and for a while in his teens joey went to live with his dad in Dallas Texas. So according to Patrick the father he was is very close with Joey. A very good relationship is consistent adopted kid right right Berkeley her very good relationship. Well I mean. He came in pretty early in. Joey's life so there wasn't a lot of you know arguing back and forth about anything not a lot of that. You're not my real father stuff through now. Joey met his first wife Heather in nineteen ninety and they got married in nineteen ninety two in nineteen ninety six. They had a son now. Al Joanne Heather lift in San Clemente near the beach. Had his father's pretty wealthy Yona jewelry store in Laguna beach but he really likes Joey and he helped give his daughter just an absolutely beautiful wedding and before he met and married Heather Joe. It had several jobs he worked as a waiter and bartender. He also started his own small business designing and selling products now later. He began designing small waterfalls and fountains in his garage. He borrowed a little bit of money from his father opened a shop which he called Naturally Dana Point and by late nineteen ninety six was quite successful. He had made over two hundred thousand dollars in sales then he brought his brother Michael and open naturally DP fountains with the least warehouse for the production. So he's starting to move up a little bit here. Yes very hard worker very motivated. But Heather enjoys marriage. Rich fell apart and he found out that heather was having an affair and she had become pregnant by her lover but still he kind of blamed himself at least in part are because he'd been working a lot so he wasn't spending much time with her. He tried to work things out even told heather that he would happily raise the new baby as his own But it was too late. Heather was already in love with this other guy and she decided on a divorce but apparently this was devastating to joey. He was still in love with heather so he was pretty heartbroken and depressed any moved in with his mom and according to her he went through months and months of depression. He and his brother Michael continued to run the fountain business though and eventually they got together with a computer expert named Dan. Kavanagh Dan and help them build a website so they could begin doing their business as earth inspired products online so people could go online and order fountains so this is really opened up things for them then. Joey did meet summer. That was in two thousand four. They were introduced by. Joey's friend who was named macgyver. So I don't remember. He had enough his parents liked the TV show. It's a strange name choices in it or yeah so summer was just breaking up with her longtime boyfriend. Vic and Joey and summer's relationship moved fast but she was worried about how vic was going to react to her being with someone a new so soon she didn't own a house with vic and had to go through the legalities of getting her name off of the property in the mortgage and getting some money out of that so summer was a bit eccentric and she had been known by more than one name so this would end up causing a lot of speculation after the family's family's disappearance like what was going on with her. She was born Virginia Lisa Aranda and had also been known as SUMMER MARTELLI SUMMER ARANDA RANDOM MARTELLI LISA Aranda and Lisa Martelli Summers mom raised her and her two siblings on her own as a single mom in both California and Chicago and according to summer's mother Martelli was the surname of Summers Stepdad. Now another thing that summer did that would lead some people to question things was that she was also known to have taken some years off her age when speaking to people. But there's no evidence that she used this new birth date on any legal documents family members including her sister. Heavens suggested that her name changes were just her own preference and it wasn't anything anything to avoid any legal entanglements. She was just the kind of person who wanted to make up her own name. She went to live in California and be named summer and she did did. She did it so summer gave birth to Joey's first son Johnny in two thousand five and in less than two years later Joseph Junior was born a summer had an aversion to hospitals and both boys were delivered at home shortly after Joseph. Juniors born Joe in summer got married and this is a small ceremony in Orange County. The summer side of the family didn't attend. She didn't seem very close to family. And this worry. Joey's mother so the night before the wedding summer had called her family s and not to come to the wedding and stole his mom. Susan was never quite sure awesome redundant no but it seems like. Joey knew why he wasn't questioning it. So you know there were issues but what family doesn't have issues really. Were your those issues. His issues right and these were a little extraordinary. I guess but who knows what was going on and it was a small second marriage. So maybe it wasn't a big deal. Having family. There is a bigger deal to some people than others where I would put that as a priority. I'd like they're where my family at my wedding. Of course right. Yeah but not all. My family came to my wedding. We'll important one stood. Oh okay well. According to a lot of people though summer was very jealous of Joe his first wife Joey and heather shared custody of their son Jona. Joey's friends friends and family said that summer was very caring Jona even though she wasn't always thrilled with heather. Summer did complained to her sister. Tracy that heather would barge barge into their house regularly. You know even walking in when Joey's in the shower kind of weird and she would drop off Jona without calling ahead and just kind of expect. Expect summer to Babysit so summer was trying to get along and she put up with it at first but eventually she told Joey that she was going to have to break up and leave if he didn't set some boundaries with the ex wife now to me that seems totally reasonable for those to me too yeah. I'm not just a working or drop off daycare right. No Yeah and you're not married to him anymore. So what are you walking into the House for is if you live here. Durham my house. Yeah Komo Yard. That's right so I totally get that. I mean it's territorial thing if nothing else plus. It's disrespectful very disrespectful. To summer summer and to summer and Joey's relationship maybe not the best thing for Jona to see either possibly not
FBI asks Apple for phone data from suspected naval base shooter
"The F. B. I.'s asking apple to help extract data from iPhones that belong to the Saudi and the Asian student who fatally shot three sailors at the US naval base in Florida last month investigators say investigators say they're trying to access data but the two phones are locked and encrypted a letter to apple from the F. B. I.'s general counsel Dana point take calls it a high priority national security matter apple says it's already provided investigators with all the data in
"dana point" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast
"How my mom. Tom Had that work. Like mentality of you. Just gotTa keep going the whole day when until it's done you don't you don't stop. Yeah and so. It made me at a whole bunch of other projects at night that maybe I don't need to get done that it would be more beneficial for me to go to bed and then wake up at like or go to bed at ten and then you know wake up at you know whatever reasonable hour and having enough sleep to then be prepared for the rest of it. It sounds crazy like simple and crazy this but it's like I stay up into my God. I gotta get this done this. I know all like box of all these posh mark like things that I have to get done. It's like all of a sudden I remember every single thing I have to do as soon as I rest my head down on the pillow and Mike what got to get up and do this and good Sarah and I talk a lot about how our moms have our weirdly the opposite but weirdly the same no joke. Here's an example where I think there's very similar. My mom is very industrious. Very hard working and and doesn't like to sit still. She's not idle same and Has a lot of energy but like also tricks yourself into thinking. She's not tired same with mine wrestling with me. Well which can come in handy but can also screw you totally and so she went to her her eye doctor and said so every night. I got a Chi- I guess this really intense burning feeling in her eyeballs. I Bowl and she was convinced that she must have some sort of condition or fucking glaucoma or something and he's like that means you're tired. You should go go to bed. Oh my God sues. That's extra funny and here's why last night in the last night. No because I wasn't feeling very well. My stomach doc was kinda hurting and who is really hurting and I yeah now. It's definitely that shrimp Burrito. I had that was the culprit because it it was hurting before I thought it was like. Okay Yeah I shouldn't have done that here. That's can I just say yes. Sarah came over here with moves along anecdote about how she left coffey on the counter all day and then she ended up drinking it later. It didn't have milk in it or anything. It was just straight COCKNEY and she had convinced herself that that was causing her stomach trouble and then she's like or if Trim Burrito that like I got it a gas station number one place in Dana Point Five Stars said Yelp to over three hundred reviews in Dana Point. Okay but that's the way you said it. We're could he this thing yes yeah it was. I didn't want it to be that way so you last night. You're having bad bell then and so I looked.
"dana point" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Be lost about two thirds of a point nasdaq gained seven gold is fifteen oh forty ounce in oil sixty one fourteen of beryl so cal whether KFI a winter storm will arrive on Wednesday with some scattered showers by the afternoon heavy rain moves in overnight into early Thursday this storm will drop snow levels down to thirty five hundred feet and we could see significant snow fall over the grapevine and go home passes parts of the high desert will also see a few inches of snow this is David bigger with NBC four news right now it is fifty five in Dana point fifty six in Cyprus fifty five in Torrance and fifty six in Boyle heights we leave local live from the KFI twenty four hour news room I'm a little humming this time we KFI am six forty live everywhere on the I heart radio out it is the Jesus Christ shall I am your holy host happy to be with you for our very special yearly live Christmas Eve special I said special twice because it's that special we get to talk about the things that matter in.
4 million gallons of raw sewage spill onto Laguna Beach
"Official sentry so large sewage spill in Orange County to a Laguna beach golf course the closure local beaches could last for days it was four million gallons worth of raw sewage spilled from Newport beach down the Dana point San Clemente and it is nasty the responsible for the beach closures to keep that public health safe and you're the most important thing that I'd like to stress is individuals need to avoid contact with the water in the in the affected areas due to the danger of exposure to untreated sewage county health officer to call quick telling can X. this could take days to make safe not only this but warnings have been posted to stay away for the beach anyway due to the rain standard so that what you need to the store but with a significant amount of rain we had issued that actually before even the best image stealth this of course is also due to possible raw sewage runoff Bob Brill can extend seventy
ICYMI: Photowalking in Hawaii
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"dana point" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To foreign Serra Feldberg thank you so much so you say the very start of your article California is a made for road trips why well first of all it's an enormous state there is so much to discover in California and the best way to do is really to get out on the road and to venture off the beaten path and and to discover different towns and destinations along the way and your approach to trying to come up with the six itineraries was a little bit different talk about that yeah I think the classics California road trip is certainly the Pacific coast highway highway one that goes all along the California coast from Dana point just north of San Diego to like it and that is an incredible road trip and it is certainly worth taking but we don't have to tell people that it's a very famous trip and many people have done it already so we wanted to offer some alternative routes that take you to places that maybe you haven't been before or offer a different perspective on the California road trip so let's take these in order the feather river toward talk about that yes so the fed the feather river trip I'm at this is a trip along highway seventy and this highway is really interesting it is it has that humble origin story and it was built really to to allow drivers to continue over this year during the snow when higher elevation routes were closed today those routes stay open most of the winter thanks to high powered plows but this is still a beautiful drive it's not too long it's not too crowded the scenery is gorgeous and there are some great stops along the way yes you even have a suggested time of taking two days and one night to really enjoy it but when people do start they will see the results of some natural disasters or near natural disasters I should say yes absolutely so this road trip starts in or Val and that's where we have the dam and and emergency situation there last year it's also stars near the camp fire so you'll see some of that destruction as well.
Photowalking in Oahu
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com create and publish a stunning website all from one powerful platform go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w i x dot com in. Stay tuned after the show to here. Are you can take advantage of wick special offer for talking tech listeners. Hey everyone. I am in hawaii this week. As we speak so today's talking tech podcast is all about what i've been doing the past few days photo walking. I'm jefferson graham. If you haven't caught any of my tho walks custodes on youtube they're all about going to great places and where to find the best photo spots along with tips on how to get the best shots cer- right now. I'm on the island of a wa who in hawaii. I came here to photograph my friend's wedding and have been exploring the island for three days. How do i figure out the best parts in town photograph. When all i've done is parachute in research research. I look at the websites blogs google images postcards brochures in a talk to everybody. I can that ranges from the local lifeguard who i usually knows more than anyone else in a beach community to my new found friends on a hike because we're all after the same thing into worthy shots here in hawaii that means killer morning sunrise and sunset shots massive waves surfers in the local scene on the islands. Nothing beats getting up really early like we're really really early to be ready to watch the sun pop up out of the water seemingly and spread massive colors all over the place. That's that's something. I just don't see back in california. I'm used to seeing the sunset not the sunrise over the water. It's a big kick now. This photo walks episode which is being edited it as we speak is actually more of a road trip as you have to drive from place to place to get to the best spots on the island of awadh who i skipped downtown honolulu altogether to just focus on the other side of town because that's where most of the great shots are beyond some waves resorts which of course you'd find in waikiki. The video should be posted within about two weeks. If you're anxious just hit me up on twitter for an update. I'm at jefferson graham same monicker that you could find for my youtube channel just look for at jefferson graham on youtube to see all the photo walks from europe. Japan and hawaii southern california cities like laguna beach and dana point to pacific northwest gems like newport oregon in port townsend washington. Everyone thanks for listening today's podcast you can find me as i said on twitter at jefferson graham. Please subscribe wherever you listen to online podcast and i'll be back tomorrow from california with another quick hit from the world of tech these days businesses of all all sizes need an online presence. Whether you're an established name a brand new startup or something in between you wanna make sure people know where to find you at wicks dot com. You'll oh find all the tools. You need to create a stunning professional website. You'll get access to hundreds of design elements and features that can help you grow your brand online email. Marketing tools was in a custom domain to name. A few wicks is creation without limits choose from one of their five hundred templates or start from scratch. You have the freedom to build your sight anyway. You want plus. Everything is optimized for any device so you'll look great on desktops and mobiles alike join the over one hundred fifty million people already already using wicks and build a professional website of your very own today and if you go to wicks dot com and use our code talking you'll get ten percent off any premium plan with wicks. <unk> premium plans more storage afr- domain for a year and much more. That's wicks dot com promo code talking for ten percent off any premium plan.
"dana point" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Fifty seven in Dana point, fifty seven and Lisa VA hosts the same and diamond bar, and it's fifty nine in north Hollywood. We lead local live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. I'm Debra Mark. John and Ken show. John kobylt and Ken chiampou KFI AM six forty. Yes. You know, how she she runs around. Really really happy all the time. Miss. You know, it'd be all you're listening. Well. Oh, sorry. Yes. She is kind of like giddy. Happy Daily Mail. I'll be right back. What do you want me to be? Just be normal me that's normal. Compared to the rest of us here. Here's why I'm worried about you. Why does I am worried about you are Daily Mail says how people who peer who appear the happiest could be the most dangerously depressed? Okay. Wait a second. I'm not hysterically happy. I I just we don't want to come in and finding standing on the edge of your desk. I'll thank you. All right. I'll I'll I'll take note of that. I think she is secretly depressed. I'm not press secretly. That's why you're in denial big housing. I'm not into New Orleans. I'm not this not that they they call it the smiling depression. Wait a second. There are times when I'm not happy. That's true. When I come to work with you guys. We highlight of the day. You are so exciting to work with and I'm so happy. I just love remember get off the air, then I'm depressing. Yeah. Big crash. All right. Well, maybe that's it. I see you. So happy all the time. And it's because of us it is you can take all the credit. Gotta do little extra research today. The governor came to Long Beach. That's Gavin Newsom to have a candid conversation Long Beach City College with mayors of cities who apparently have housing plans that are not in compliance with. State law meeting. They're not building enough affordable housing and apparently your hospital on the books for decades that requires cities to prepare to build housing for those on the lower end, of course, Newsom believes this is key to solving homelessness crisis in California, along with just the overall affordability problem that we have and he came to Long Beach. We're gonna play some audio. But first, we're going to talk to the city attorney of Huntington beach once again, as you know, they were in the news not too long ago. Because one of the first things Gavin Newsom administration did was sue a few cities in California, Huntington beach is one that got picked out for not building enough affordable housing, and we understand they were not invited to today's summit which is weird. I was talking to him. Michael gates. How are you? Good. Thank you guys for having me on again. It's a pleasure. So why were you invited since you your cities one of the most egregious offenders not building housing? Well, I I did not get an invitation myself I checked with the mayor's office in the city manager's office and they hadn't received word either. But you know, I it's it's it's it's peculiar to me. I heard bits and pieces about what Newsome was doing in Long Beach. And it seems like he corralled together forty seven new cities that he's perhaps it's going to do. And maybe he wanted to meet his new defendants face to face. I don't know. But you know, as you know, I was on the show that week or two ago and talked about the suit that was filed against Huntington beach for basically, according to the governor the same the same transgression. So we're now fighting that lawsuit in court. Explain to people what your explanation is our defense against a suit. Well, so basically, the the allegations are that the city of Huntington beach is not meeting its affordable housing obligations under California state law. Basically each planning cycle of eight years each city gets a regional housing needs assessment target and Huntington beach is Rena target or affordable housing target in two thousand fourteen was thirteen hundred fifty three units, which means we the city had to zone for that. So that future development could plan on those number of units for affordable housing, but Huntington beach really is substantially in compliance. I mean, we are shortfall currently after since two thousand fourteen we've actually zoned and updated zoning for additional housing. We are only four hundred units right now. Now. So we've actually already accounted for and accommodated. For nearly a thousand units says is it hard to find space to put affordable housing, and then Secondly, especially the place like Huntington rather desirable. Is it hard to get locals to accept it? Because everyone knows what affordable housing is code for. Well, and not only is it is it difficult classes and people don't wanna live with the lower gave away the code. Well, Huntington beach is largely largely built out in the first place. So it is it is very very difficult to find areas notwithstanding that difficulty, you know, Huntington beach for this region for the area, including Orange County has shouldered a large load thirteen hundred and fifty three units which was ours. Simon two thousand fourteen we've already got almost a thousand of those other neighboring cities like Newport Beach five five units. Ours was thirteen fifty people in Newport Beach are really wealthy. They don't they don't want significantly less wealthy. People living amongst them fair enough, and here's another here's another dirty secret that maybe the governor's office doesn't really wanna talk about affordable housing and Huntington beach is still gonna cost somebody twenty five hundred dollars at least to live in an apartment, that's affordable housing and Huntington beach that does nothing to satisfy the homeless issue. It doesn't it's too much. Right. I know. The homeless are going to move into these places is a joke, of course there. Well, I guess the theory is John somebody that's not homeless moves in. And then there's room where they used to live for the homeless. That's more further down. Well, maybe I heard I heard yesterday on the radio that in San Francisco eighty percent of the homeless have rejected all help. Yeah. This is this is this is all stupid, and that's not unlike the the homeless population Huntington beach, we actually have a homeless task force of of sworn police officers and case workers that go out and interface with their homeless every single day. And we know who they are. We know them by first name basis and most of them don't want services. They don't want us to send some they don't want shelter. That does not that does not speak to why you know, the city has a short are late. Bill ten thousand homes and the people on the streets are not gonna move into them. Exactly. And Huntington beach is done like I said made tremendous progress we've been working with a CD we've been mired in lawsuits. Most by the candidate commission, and now the state of California, and it's these types of lawsuits that slow us down, but I can tell you just a little update on the state's lawsuit against Huntington beach. We found a demure on Friday, and I basically telling the judge or or a request by the city to the judge. Hey, throw this lawsuit out based on a read of the state's lawsuit against Huntington beach, and based on the applic- or read of the applicable law. It looks like the the state did not file their lawsuit and time because what they're alleging is that based on a zoning change back in two thousand fifteen the city fell out of compliance the city of Huntington beach out of compliance. Well, the state would have had to file a lawsuit within ninety to one hundred and twenty days from the date of the zoning amendment. So, you know, our hope is to have the whole case thrown out entirely. Obviously, we'll we'll keep you guys posted on on what's going on. But I think I think a lot of this lawsuit symbolic anybody who knows anything about housing law and look at what's going on. Here can see that their lawsuit lawsuit didn't really have traction in the first place. Really shouldn't go anywhere. You mentioned. Newport Beach is tuning number. They on the list of cities that's coming up short. Or are they going to get sued or well, we weren't there at the little get together today. But we we I don't I don't know if they may be compliant right because they may have zone for the five. The issue is your steady providing enough to meet your quota their allegation is that we have not done enough to meet our quota. It's off if we had five I can guarantee you we would have met that quota and time. All right. There you go. Thanks for coming on again. All right. Thank you so much. Michael gates. We'll play a little bit of Gavin Newsom at a summit today in Long Beach. I wanna make the five four people who were permitted to live in Newport Beach. John and Ken show KFI..
"dana point" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Fifty nine in Dana point is fifty three and a Lisa via fifty-six in diamond bar and fifty seven in north Hollywood. We lead local live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. I'm Debra Mark. John and Ken show. John kobylt and Ken chiampou KFI AM, six forty welcome everybody. Welcome coming up. Yeah. We'll take a look at the chaos that is enveloping the Virginia government beginning with the governor's problems. And now the Lieutenant governor who might take over has his own little scandal the deal with unbelievable stuff bunch. Why does this happen here? Yeah. Dig up old yearbook photos Gavin Newsom, I is this is this the new thing dig into your books like they did the brick cavern. That's right. They did do that. Look at it. What he wrote in people's yearbooks or something? Well, we'll get what was written about him or what he wrote in the yearbook describing his memories. Well. You got to your past is going with you. Things you wrote where your kid forty years ago? Lord. All right. We're talking to talk there with Liz Greenwood deputy city attorney in Los Angeles. She's prosecutor and she got typhus from working at city hall, specifically, she has an office at city hall east, and it's simple. There's a lot of vagrants living nearby. There's a lot of garbage food rats come fleas on the rats, the fleas have typhus, and they bite people. And I guess we'll find out if that's how it worked with Greenwood. But she got typhus, and it's a terrible terrible. Sickness. It's a high fevers excruciating headaches and the people at city hall say well, there isn't any money to fumigate the place. We just hard to believe this all came to light from Joel Grover story on channel four news. Let's get Greenwood on Liz. How are you? I'm doing. Well. Thank you. How are you? Good. Bye. You're well today. Well today. Okay. Is happening in November. I got sick on November first which means that I would bitten probably two weeks to ten days before that. And I was sick for about two months. The only thing that is leftover is that I get bouts of vertigo. So I can't drive because the world spins out, everyone is that going to be permanent. I hope not I hope not I have an appointment with and boxer that specializes in infectious disease on the fourteenth of February describe the conditions at city hall. The I've work on the sixth floor of city hall east, which is the square building across the street. They're joined by a bridge on the third floor. The second floor is cantilevered building. And for the past eighteen months, two years. Maybe there have been homeless folks that are that are living under the cantilevered portion because it's dry and not in the sun. The also the first floor is where the subterranean mall is in for about the same amount of time. There have been homeless folks living down there. The building has both city hall, m city all leaves have had rats on and off for twenty years twenty plus years, and what has really changed has been the trash and raw sewage that have come with the folks that are now living outside and as the rats traipse through that and eat the food. That's in the trash. They trash generates the bacteria that is typhus and then the rats consume it in the rats become carriers and fleas by the rats, and then the rats go into the building and the fleas jump off and people. Wow. So that's how it came your way. That's really disgusting, which you just don't know the day. You were a bit though, do you? I it was around. I a few days into the week of October sixteenth. I didn't realize it at the time. I actually felt aches on my legs. And I think that that was the date that I was bet, but I don't know because. Yeah. You got bit by a flea. Nobody thinks typhus. No were you do you think your desk working we just walking? Well, how do you think that has it in the carpeting the fleas? It's in the carpet. I have an office. I'm a city attorney I park I'm lucky in that. I've been there long. I've been there for almost twenty three years. I get to park in the building. So I don't even I am not one of the unfortunate souls that has walk furthest every the. As many of my colleagues, do so I park in the building the elevator up, and I go to work, and I was bitten by fleas described for us when the symptoms set in what that was like, it's described as excruciating headaches fevers, it was the worst headache I've ever experienced in my life. It started on November first by the by the following which is a Thursday the following day. I woke up in my neck with Steph, and the doctors thought I had viral meningitis. The was it really did feel what I said. I'm Joe Grover is true. It felt like someone was driving stakes by is out. The back of my head was the pain, relentless. It. Absolutely relentless fever came and went it would shoot up to one hundred and to stay there for about a half hour break. And then I would be okay for about a half an hour, cheaper wise. And then it would come back, and it was just a cycle this perpetual cycle. So you got yourself to a doctor, and you were diagnosed I I was diagnosed with meningitis oddly enough. It wasn't until it was the Tuesday before thanksgiving. They gave me forgive me for jumping around. They gave doxycycline at the doctor and steroids, and the ducks cycling was just in case. And I thought that the steroids were making me better because I started getting better the next day. Strictly bitter. I at that on the twentieth of November. I remembered that the mayor had sent around an Email regarding a typhus outbreak downtown and Google typhus and saw that it had exactly the same symptoms. I did including meningitis is a symptom. And I called my doctor and asked if we could get a test, and he tested me for it. And I have the blood tests showing that it happened which will be important in a little bit. But he called me a week later on the twenty seven and told me that in all of his years as a physician, I was first patients he'd ever come across that had ISIS. How does typhus work? Did anyone tell you? Why do you get the the reading headaches, and the fever what what goes on in the body, it inflames, your blood vessels, and it can show up? It can present as it did with me. In a very bad case. And we've me with meningitis need bedridden, basically for two months. Or it can present as something like the flu which is particularly dangerous around this time of year because people turn their heaters on to keep warm like the heater in city hall and city hall east which will bring the heat up to the temperature that that fleas will lay eggs and had perpetuate the problem. If you think you have the flu then you don't get it treated typhus is easily treated with doxycycline. But if you don't get it treated, it will settle into into the into your body, and it can recur, and it can cause long term damage to your your kidneys. I'm not a physician one should absolutely consult their doctor. But but if someone is doing either works in the city hall or city hall east or does business in city hall or city hall east and feel symptoms of the flu. They should go to the doctor and ask the doctor to it's it's a blood drive. They just check a different box, but they should ask the doctor to run a type of stuff, can you? Can you hang on a minute for another couple of questions, we're talking to fascinating and frightening. This is L A deputy city attorney Liz Greenwood who was featured in an NBC four special investigative report by Joel Grover that we played last week about the typhus epidemic. Worsening in LA and Liz contracted typhus. A working at her job in city hall, east apparently, a flea hopped, honor and bitter, and the excruciating symptoms comes from the garbage which comes from the vagrants who are leaving food and garbage. And feces all over the the area in front of city hall and flees now jump off the rats and they've infested the carpeting in the building. And we're gonna talk to Liz more about to see if anybody said changing those conditions now that she's gone public with her typhus cases case, John and Ken show KFI Debra.
"dana point" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Now, sixty three in Dana point at sixty three and Aliso viejo sixty two in diamond bar and sixty one in north Hollywood. We lead local live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. I'm Debra Mark. John and Ken show. John kobylt Ken chiampou KFI AM, six forty. It is is we'll be talking about that strike by the unified school district coming up in an hour with lots to talk about including a guest will once again, give us the rundown on the argument, it's missing largely stole media coverage, and that's the pension debt, the healthcare debt that the school district has and how going to deal with this. Every story I watch on TV everyone. I hear on the radio everyone I read in the news in a newspaper and internet site. I wait to find. When are they going to talk about how the pensions and the health benefits are crowding out everything else? Nobody ever mentions it the big story. That's the problem students woes the teachers, and what can we do though I did China rate quote from Audra feld Audra failed. It was one of these El Segundo time stories with a profile all the teachers on picket lines a closer look at who the T human. Is the suffering teacher Audra feld was picketing outside gauge middle school this morning. She made her way from Huntington park to downtown Los Angeles, and the usual things it's not about salary. It's about the kids we need staffing, however, buried in. Here was a great quote. She does believe the district has financial issues, but she will not back down the quote is we're not sure where the money's coming from. But someone has to find it. At least she's being honest and saying all right. I understand they have financial problems that go find the money seems like the rest of your is ignoring. Someone has to find it. Maybe it's on the street underneath the she sounds like a really smart woman, doesn't she somebody has to find sing it's for the children. So we've got to find the money. I don't care if there's been a deficit the children, but the pensions and the healthcare care for the children. It's for you. Here's a statistic. This is another one that I know reporter, we'll we'll ever use in their story. Eighty percent of school districts money goes for salaries pensions and health care for teachers administration and support staff. So payroll, basically, it's payroll total pay eighty percent twenty percent leftover. You gotta pay the gas Bill with that the electric Bill with that the overhead. Yeah, you got to pay all the overhead. So what what's what's left? I always like laugh. By their own pencils? Well, there was a there was a teacher yesterday. Complaining I have to buy my own bandaids for the sandy by really sure you do. But the thing is what do you think? Think about what goes in the classrooms. What do you need in the classrooms? The desks already purchased right? You already got a blackboard up there. You should have paper and pens and teachers claim they have to buy supplies scissors, right because haste because still use paste because they snort it up all the money already with their pensions and healthcare I used to eat paced. You did try one of those that white paste? Oh, yeah. Had to know. Just like I played it. No, you could smell it just once. But it's a good smell. I liked it. People get high on glue. Right. Didn't you used to getting high on? It's different. The pace is not the same as snorting glue haste again, I don't get days. Didn't they used to? What did you use the stuff as a kid? We mean, I seem to remember you d you ate dirt. I believe I did. Yes. You ate dirt and you eight paste I'll try anything once almost now. Wait a minute. When you see babies they put stuff in their mouth fourteen. I was a little weird worms. Grass. You had you had a lot of money. So. If you were the fourth one in. Wasn't a lotta left effort. Sorry, Ken, no food for you. Go out in the backyard and forage go eat, some taste. Here's some Elmer. Here's some bark. No mayonnaise on your liverwurst sandwich. Let's talk about Pacific Gas and electric. They're going to go bankrupt soon and John's favorite statistic again state fire. Investigators determined the TGI needs equipment was the cause of seventeen infernos. Oh, good word inferno twenty seven a chronic on. Mercury News word infernos that guy went to college. I liked that they still haven't the campfire is the one that killed all those people in paradise. We don't have the exact cause yet. Whoever PG genius talked about equipment failures in the area when fire started. So it's a pretty good bet. Well, but now this judge who's been looking at PG and E for years. His name is William Alsop Allsop A L S, U P, Alyssa, Alyssa. Anyway, he's come up with because he studied this closely with a couple of theories as to what happened he studied materials provided by Pacific Gas and electric, and he says the single most recurring cause of the large twenty seventeen in two thousand eighteen wildfires. Attributable to PG knees. Equipment has been these susceptibility of PG distribution lines to trees or limbs falling on them during high wind events. I one came from the obvious desks. The other one we're going to. Wow. Really judge. It was wind. But he cited something else the wind blew the tree limbs down on the wires. Who would have thought the power conductors? He says and this was a good factor. They're not insulated. So when the conductors have pushed together by falling trees or limbs electrical sparks drop into the vegetation below during the wildfire season when the vegetation's dry the sparks pose an extreme danger. So what he's saying is, and John this does seem like common sense. They should insulate the conductors. In other words, put something around them. So the sparks don't fly off of them. So that contains the what wouldn't that make sense? Why isn't that obviously expensive and now global they don't get to use that anymore. I guess not. Everything's expensive the expensive starting all the fires. I think it would have been cheaper to buy the conductors with insulation. Lazy ass elation. Well, how did don't they automatically come with insulation? Did you ever see like a power cable? That's got like a rubber coating around it like an installation what he's talking about something to maybe keep the sparks from popping off of it into the vegetation. That's what I'm thinking. I can't they don't have naturally have insulation. Or they didn't want to pay for the insulator have the answer to that. I have no idea, but he's. I never bought power conductors. I don't know. He did did did the power the installation decay and fall off. It says here we might eventually order a major upgrade of PG knees, electrical electricity and power transmission line such as wide ranging insulation of the power conductors. This is what's calling. They talking about all the lines. But the power conductor must be a certain part of the and that's where I despise can come from. And that's what he's talking to. They know the conductors aren't insulated, and they wouldn't insulate them, which you think so well, how did their running an electric company you have to know that you need installation on a on a on a power conductor? I run a power saying if you're running a power company, that's basic knowledge, isn't it? I tell you one thing first time sparks flying. Someone tells me that I'm getting them insult. When I think if it's somebody fires they should know by now if that's happening, and they should have fixed. It isn't that the real conclusion we get from this. Yes. Now, they got thirty billion dollars in liability. Well, all right. We have a moment because we should do it. When we come back because there's a second part of this story, which I didn't realize remember, Erin Brockovich. Yes. Yeah. She's got some familiarity with Pacific Gas and electric and Julia Roberts won an Oscar portraying her in the two thousand Brock of shrike that issue that was the chemical and Hinckley water. And that was that was from genie that was PG and E so she's leading a protest at the capital in Sacramento and wait for it against the bankruptcy. And you'll find out why we should get her on again. We should get less time. She came on was with the yes, Ed. These remember what was his name? Well, yeah, we had we had Iran for her original issue when the movie came out, but we also had her on your right, especially in Beverly Hills. Well for the Beverly Hills we had run again. Okay. Yeah. I guess we have three to at least will the canyon, but we did have methane leak. Yes. We had for the Beverly Hills. When they want to put the willing to dig underneath is they want to put the subway underneath underneath the ground, and there's pockets of methane and oil under. She makes it pretty good point here about the paradise fire victims we need to talk about coming up. Right. John and Ken show your chance to win a thousand dollars is coming.
"dana point" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"This album kind of it's it's a little bit different direction than breakable smile. What why did you want to focus on your personal faith on this particular project? I grew up listening to go from his and also grew up having my my face, just really really important thing. Stories today. And so I was one of your cool kind of to do something in gospel. I just always loved the John and how how you're able to sing free league. And there's no rules, really. Other than you just got to put your whole heart into it. So I always wanted to do it. And and the opportunity it seemed to fall into my lap without me really trying just I just had the idea to do a gospel song for to you know, to put it on the other album. That's that'll be coming out. And and my team was super excited about it. Which which was awesome. I didn't know how they would react. But they they're like, yeah. I'll do it. You should work with Kirk Franklin on that. And I was like, okay. Who I I mean, I grew up listening to him like, so, you know, hearing just hearing that name represents my whole childhood. You know, it's so I mean that's huge for me to get to him. And he he was down to earth with me. And you know, next thing I knew it turned into one saw it went from one off to then a whole eight song album because they were. Just on a roll. And it just felt so good. And they're be some of their good to just kind of throw onto another hour. The give its own face. Ask you about a couple of songs in particular. You know, some forty two such a beautiful song. And I was wondering what what what's the significance of that particular passage for you? Why did you want to put that on the particular Kirk, and I wrote together, and we had looked at all the time that we have. Dana point, and we we realize no we don't have a song. That's just straight up worship. I mean all the songs where we either talking about that or we're talking to God. But but we didn't have a song that was like just straight out of the scriptures. His direct worship kind of. You know, the song that you you could teach it to a congregation to church, and they can all sing along with it. That's what we are really going for. And so we okay what better place to go than than the song? Because those are you know, literal songs that are in the bible and visit so much beautiful. Just a lot of beautiful words in in the thumbs and these real emotions that everybody can relate to though restarted flipping around and Kirk was on the piano. I remember, and it was just kind of reading off. Different different passages. And I got to that one. And he started, you know, mumbling few where the United started adding melodies for them. And and that was it. I mean, I wanna say it started with the the chorus as the deer pants for the water. So my thoughts there's free God. And and that's that was really the anchor for the whole song. And then. We worked around that part. And that's is definitely one of my favorite stooge is the way it it came to be in is one of those really powerful one. So..
"dana point" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Now, sixty four in Dana point at sixty three. And a Lisa viejo. It's the same in diamond bar and sixty three in north Hollywood. We lead local live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. I'm Debra Mark. You. Update. Here's John and Ken. John kobylt Ken chiampou, KFI AM six forty and we have a crisis here. Well. We don't actually have an execution going on today that we know of. No, but we are at the execution talking about California. Well, I you know, what I've been hearing about this for months. Jerry Brown in the last couple of years has been giving out a lot of pardons commutations. He gave out a few thanksgiving. Some of them were to people he wanted to avoid deportation. You wanted to help them avoid deportations. So basically what he was trying to do was give a pardon which allegedly would knock it off the record. So that the feds couldn't use it to deport you. However, the momentum has been building. And now we have an entity Oriel in the New York Times, titled Jerry Brown has the power to save seven hundred forty lives. He should use it among the governors. Many powers. None is more significant than signing a death warrant, it's a terrible responsibility. Hard even to imagine until you're asked to carry out as we work, and the we one six former governor saw wrote this editorial walkabout ringing out your wet underwear. Oh, my guy, but we became hard that it wasn't something a civilized society should ask if its leaders that's why we halted executions in our states, and we're calling on Jerry Brown and do the same. Now in case, you don't know this and you haven't been following this. California's an executed anybody since what was it two thousand six is a twelve years something like that think there was a guy executing early to six and that was that was the. Was the end of. Oh five. Yeah. The Turkey Williams task. So we've been on hold anyway for twelve coming up on thirteen years. However. Families of murder victims went to the courts, and they got a California judge to say, you know, what they have a case. There is a death penalty on the books in California, and they have suffered because you have not carried it out so Brown, and we don't know how much of this is real and his minions kind of move things around. They fixed up death row. They talked about resuming executions, and it's not going to happen now. Right Jerry Brown because he's gone who's orchestrating this because you said you've seen this discussion. This being written about in the last few months is our Brown's is Brown staff setting this up. Did they make calls to other governors saying that we want to create a climate where Brown can do this? And it helps if he's got the support of other governors have done something similar. That's part of it. There's some that believe that the former seminarian has always been against the death penalty. And in a quiet way works to probably not be a part of any executions. And I think they think now that he's going to be gone from office forever. Not coming back as a California leader. Nobody believes that he's eighty that. This could be the biggest most how do I put it religious charitable in in line was his real personal beliefs that he could ever do take off the guys off of death row. These and I actually believe there's a chance he's going to do it. These governors couple of them run for president. Yes, you're right. Governor Richard Celeste who was governor John Kitzhaber governor of Oregon never heard of Martin O'Malley was governor of Maryland. John's right. He ran for President Bill Richardson was the government Mexico. Didn't he run? Yeah. I think he ran Obama's year. Pat, Quinn, the governor of Illinois and Tony on on Yana, the governor Anaya he was the governor of Mexico. All right. But these guys all because I guess they all did this these guys all don't live on the same block. So how did they all come together to put their names on this? There's some staffer wrote this, and then they all greet to put their names on it. Now, do they all get a call from some death penalty organization that is trying to create momentum? Like is this an outside movement, and they've identified Jerry Brown, and they say, okay, Jerry Brown has always been on our side. Maybe we can get him as his final act do this. I think you're right. And then they call these governors and said we're trying to create they try to create a climate. Because I've heard this more often recently, so is probably orchestrator is Brown in on this. Like is he in on the orchestration or is? He being you mean of this editorial. Yeah, abyss. Yeah. Does he have something to do with this editorial appearing? It's he knows like he's going to do something. Controversial. But what he needs is the public to be warned about it in some way to soften the ground for this to show that there are other major political figures who are like him. So he doesn't come out as an adult left-field lunatic. But it's like, hey, look you saw on the New York Times. There's a half dozen other governors talking about this at all repealed the death penalty in some way, I'm just following their lead here. That's what they're saying. You're since the death penalty was reinstated in the US in one thousand nine hundred seventy six Jerry Brown was governor. Then let's have scary. That is eleven governors. Have granted clemency to death row prisoners in their states. They did not free them either reduce their sentences to life declared a moratorium on executions are repealed their death penalty. And it goes on to mention I remember, George Ryan, Illinois. Did that Corzine? Did it? A New Jersey, no seven the governor of Connecticut in two thousand twelve the government Washington twenty fourteen and the governor of Pennsylvania in two thousand fifteen and went to ask him this editorial that at least he does is declare a moratorium and give governor elect Gavin Newsom the time to figure out how to end the system broken beyond repair. And they use as usual the idea that maybe there's innocent people on death row. They do right because they they released one in April, the California Supreme Court. Did he had spent twenty five years and the court found he was convicted based on evidence that the court found was false extensive pervasive and impactful all those things all those things. So they right. We know a leader must ask then are there. More people wrongly convicted among the seven hundred and forty in my custody. They don't spend one line on what happened to the victims because they seven hundred and forty people probably killed baby over a thousand because often there's multiple murders. And by the way, and there's no description of what happened to those thousand people, nor are there any comments from the tens of thousands of relatives and friends who survived the victim. A lot of what they come up with for statistics comes from the Death Penalty Information center, I would have believed them, well, they're anti and I like this sentence. The Death Penalty Information center found that at least fifteen people who were executed. That's nationwide underlined we're likely not guilty of the crime certificate likely. Not guilty. What is I don't know that doesn't mean it's not beyond a reasonable doubt there. No, no. And they go on to say since nineteen seventy three hundred and sixty four death row inmates happened exonerating released from custody including five from California. But this is this is remember a few months ago. There was somebody who decided that. Kevin cooper. Yes. Owes a death row inmate from here in southern California deserves more evidence testing, right, right? And it was one columnist for the New York Times. Who whipped up a case? I'd how maybe you know. This is a wrongful conviction. Yes. Jerry Brown directly and Jerry Brown's staff said, well, he was gonna take it under advisement. And then the whole thing. Disappeared. And it seems like the New York Times the aditorial board. There is trying to whip this up every few months, and and they're hoping that Brown is going to be receptive before he gets out of office. Could I think this is an outside group? That's creating kind of a fake. I'll be surprised if the Death Penalty Information center. Yeah. Mandalay statistics. But orchestrating the proud to spend your life worried about these kind of people that's a strange line of work to get into about ten days to find out if Jerry Brown's gonna do this you get a paycheck try to keep a ghastly murderers from getting executed. Good work. We know and have a number of listeners who would be severely disappointed if he oh my God. Oh, jesus. The suffering for all those fam-, of course, not discussed from all these has been loser governors, right? They don't none of them discussed the suffering of the of the family members, nor do they get into the brutality and viciousness of the crimes we got more coming up, John and Ken KFI. And Debra Mark has news some flights at LAX have been delayed after two.
"dana point" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang
"Wow. That was plug me baby by Maxwell James, Joe, Bongo, remix, beautiful beautiful stuff. Now, if you had someone like Maxwell James in the band. What would you do? Play the Bongos. What do you mean? Question do flunk. I'll if if he was a student, marina del Rey high school. He was in my band. Yeah. I don't think I would let that guy. Go to talented. Yeah. Thank you Maxwell, James. All right. What are we plug in? What are we got out there? Like, obviously you have show. Yes. My new podcast is starting up as a regular podcast on ear wolf. Definitely not immediately. Also, rosebush read my band, we're playing the battle of the bands out in Dana point. We're going to be out on a barge. And is it is it when you say battle of the bands, we happens during this d just play songs, or is there something else that happens in this battle. Well, no. I mean. Yeah. Everybody plays songs you get to do three songs each. But then the real the really fucking goes down in the parking lot of the ocean. Experienced aquarium thing they have over there. Right. That's that's when the band's really fucking settle. Who's who's best right? Bring your own bat- bring. Yeah. You can bring. Yeah. Maybe you could bring a ringer over here. The star of I'd hit it. He has his own baseball that that'd be great. I usually bring a broken bottle About would would be be good. good ground with fleet. That's great. Okay. So great go. Check that out and Randy what do you plug it? I mean, I'll plug a hang out kind of impromptu keggers that me, and my friend Kevin or doing, okay. And we're gonna be listening to one hot minute out of the stereo in my car. When you say that you mean the red hot chili peppers album Dave Navarro did. Yeah. That's right. Yeah. Kicks ass. It's pretty thin after my friends, but otherwise the pretty good album. Actually, if you don't listen to my friends, it really lowers expectations and you can enjoy it. Okay. Because my friends are so good. Yeah. Way better than the rest of the album. Okay. Walkabout? That's a good song. Pretty good. Aeroplane? P that's a good one. True music lovers. Sounds like you guys will either be there or you don't need to be there. I. Past situation. That's where I like to be plug a show called shrink which has streaming for free on NBC on all its platforms. The let's and. Yeah. Get in there. Hey, I wanna plug the peak cast blast coming up very soon in two weeks pecans blast the live podcast performance event of a generation if not a lifetime over at the ace hotel the.
"dana point" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Now in Dana point, fifty five Cyprus fifty four Pasadena forty-nine ASEAN heights. Fifty two degrees. We lead local from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. I'm Michael krozier. From the heartland of America and the gateway to the west good morning. Good evening wherever you may be across the nation around the world. I'm George Noory. And welcome to coast to coast AM later on tonight. It's called one stupid mistake. Here's what's happening. Deadliest the most destructive wildfire in California's history has learned a further eight thousand acres and remained only. Thirty percent contained according to California fire officials as search teams zoom shifting to charred. Wreckage in hunt for human remains the death toll up to forty eight people. The lack of sunspots could bring record cold warns NASA. Scientists say the sun is entering one of the deepest solar minimums of the space age, and that means, of course, really cooling in shrinking weather. Parents of children who had horrifying polio. Like illness are accusing the centers for disease control and prevention of hiding the deaths of two children who suffer from that condition. The parents say by not publicly acknowledging the two deaths. The agency is intentionally downplaying the severity of acute flaccid by elitest a disease that paralyzes healthy children in a matter of hours. Let's bring in Dr Gary Ridenour on this situation. This is like a silent horrible situation. Gary it is and I was in the middle of the Pelham, Luke childhood leukemia cluster, and I talked with the parents, and I held his kids, and I know the nightmare that they're going through right now. The CDC send out a group to do a study here that was designed by it. Look like a fifth grader the doctor who gave us the final report winded up was realized she was a veterinarian, and this is a twelve billion dollars a year operation, but they ran the test Gigi soup was project for seventeen years nine thousand nine hundred eighty four nine hundred ninety nine they should biological warfare agents. Chore rack, the vaccines are the are there golden cows? And they do not want them to be attacked and eighty four the Federal Register I'll paraphrase it. They said any doubts or whether or not founded about vaccine safety questions cannot exist. Novak scenes must go out for the general good of the nation. Another words if the vaccine paralyzes a bunch of people that's too bad as long as everybody's safe. Now this situation with the virus? Gary. I mean, how does it create itself? Does it mutate? What what is it? The polio virus there's one two and three and they've been around for forever since viruses came out what they do is they get into the central nervous system and cert- destroying one the spinal cord and the nerves coming out of the spinal cord, these news are to move your arms and legs and breathe and swallow and everything else and they go off line. And unfortunately, the destruction is so bad that they don't come back online again. All right. Thank you. Gary talking about vaccines in a moment. We'll be talking with j b Handley about how to end the autism epidemic. It's a story that must be told China's. Top security authority is scrubbed.
"dana point" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Sixty seven in Dana point, it's seventy and Lisa viejo, seventy four diamond bar, and it's the same in north Hollywood. We lead local live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. I'm Debra Mark. John and Ken show. John kobylt Ken chiampou, KFI AM, six forty welcome. Everybody. Welcome. All right. So the day after again prop six did lose. But it was ally the ballot title and summary. Complete lie fooled enough voters. We talked to Carl denial last hour. They're looking at a plan. And as soon as they come up with what they're gonna do next, including the possible, attempted recall of the state attorney general havi of Sarah, we will let you know now on our voter guide yesterday was our recommendation that you voted for Orange County. Supervisor Todd Spitzer is the next Orange County district attorney, and apparently all the precincts reported their votes over the headline in the register this hour is that there are still four hundred eighteen thousand six hundred votes left to be counted countywide, according to the Orange County registrar hot Spitzer has about six point lead at at this point. And let's get him on the line Todd. How are you? Hey, how can I be any better? Great. And thank you for your support and endorsement. Oh, you're welcome. How big is your lead at the moment. Well, I mean, you know, like you said, it's almost six points. But what you have to look at in these races is how things trend so the first set of data that came out yesterday was all the absentees that I've been previously counted through Monday that was about five hundred thousand votes that put me mmediately up ahead about five points then throughout the night. We had same day voting at the polls that was another one hundred thousand that all trended exactly the same way as the absentees at actually I get a little bit better. So the the the votes that still are remaining are people who voted with their absentee ballots, but they didn't mail them in time. They dropped them off at the polling places. So there's just a typically, right? This is why polling tends to be pretty effective when you when you deal with those large numbers, and the fact we haven't seen the trend change whether it was same day voting yesterday or the absentees. There's just I mean. I mean, I'm not going to jinx it no way changes. But we have nobody conceding here yet. Yeah. But he wasn't my opponent given kind of our relationship. He he's not. The day is done field certified and delivered. He's walking to call me. You know, that's what most people do in this business. Even after a vigorous fight, they call their their gracious. I it's not going to happen. I'm not holding my breath. You guys really didn't like each other. Well, listen, it's water under the bridge. It's in my revere. I don't care at this point. I mean, I won the election fair and square. We did a phenomenal job you endorsed handle endorse. Urines? Can't register endorsed firefighters. We picked up support that a guy like me challenging incumbent should have never gotten. That's not what happens when you take on a twenty year incumbent in my county, relatively conservative. He didn't get the Lincoln club endorsement, he didn't get the Republican party endorsing. He didn't get the new majority endorsement we blocked him at every turn. So, you know, and then I think there's roller showcase right to the Newport Beach, surging right? Yeah. I think by me showing that the search warrant that they held onto show that these people were sexual predators. At least they were described that we in the war. And I think when I expose that. And that was going to be his ace in the hole to carry them through election day with publicity, you know. And here I am to save the day. And I just completely burst his bubble on that. And rightfully so. I just think it took the window theirselves? They could barely make it to the finish line. So now, you don't actually take over until the first of the year. Yeah. So January six Monday is when you be sworn-in, but let me just tell you. So people know we've already been getting calls today from the district attorney's office. We have people meeting with their people to go over some of the big big cases that are pending that you know, I have to know about I've received about fifteen text messages from prosecutors and managers in that office, you know, thinking me, and and offering anything I need to be successful. So what I would like to take an opportunity because I you know, I'm on your show. And I I know people are listening is they don't have anything to worry about. Okay. I'm not a petty politician. I won the election, fair and square. I don't need to come in there and take people's heads up. It's it's silly. The job is to protect the public. We're mature grown-up professionals and public safety and crime are all I care about dealing with that and crime is off the church in Orange County. It's like, I don't I one. Okay, now, it's time to get down to business and and solve problems that are going on here. I've wondered about the internal politics of it because you'll have he's been there twenty years. Right. So I mean he hired probably almost every. Yeah. So and I'm sure there's a lot of people who liked him. And we're very loyal to him. Maybe some are happy to see him go. But you're walking in there is the new boss when they still liked or at least, we're comfortable with the old boss, and you've got a big personality. There's gotta be some trepidation. They must be wondering. What are you gonna do? When you come in there. You're gonna break all the furniture. Of course, they're concerned about that. And and I and my so and my look at let me make something clear most people in my position think that they go in and all those people have to kiss my ass. That's what they think. Because they're stupid politicians. I look at it the opposite. My job is to go in and earn their respect the burden's not on them the burdens on me to prove that I'm competent, and that I would treat them well and provide resources and that we're going to go out, and we're going to make sure we protect the public. I'm going to have a lobbyists in Sacramento, you're gonna like this my friends, you're gonna like the fact I'm not gonna let these knuckleheads in Sacramento going chested. I'm going to have a prosecutor up there during the legislative session to testify committees assemble witnesses bringing experts and to try to knock down these crazy things that we get out of Sacramento. And why can't I do that? Because I've been a legislator. I understand the process, and I know we have to fight that that level. So I'm so excited to be given this opportunity having been legislator in Sacramento having been a Kelly supervisor having been schoolteacher having been a cop having worked at KFI forgot. Six. Okay. That was. The first KFI employees to become a district attorney. Well, you know, what maybe we could put a plaque on the wall right out of there outside the studio, and we'll see if we can add anybody else's name your handles. Sure. Nick. So I was I had to do Nick Federov gardening. Okay. We're here at five o'clock trials all week long. As a prosecutor, then drive up to eight ten south. I had to do federal off. And then I did hand. So you took you took calls from people with gardening issues that was your giant to deal with petunias. And and and and, you know, a zillion and aphids and all kinds of I became an expert on those things at five o'clock if there's a big crime involving. Gardening. I guess you're going to be right on top of it. Hey, listen, if any I could probably have disappeared and Nick Federov beer, okay? I remember him. Yeah. Todd. You were big. And you came with your binder full of statistics props forty seven fifty seven the prisoner dumping Bill. And he what can you do is a DA now of Orange County. Tell counter all of this craziness in the criminal Justice system. What can you do? I mean, you know, how awesome it is to be a prosecutor to be elected official. We're going to start a political action committee in this state. Okay. And we're going to start. Prosecutors have been so neutered because they go around, and they try to influence the elected officials or whatever, but they don't they've never had a political action committee. They've never had any money to throw into races. You know what? Office which bothered me is like some terrible terrible laws have been passed by this corrupt legislature? And then some really awful propositions that the public is just out to lunch on right? They don't understand them. They just they're ignorant or of them. They they believe the Jerry Brown advertising. And what there was never from the prosecution community. A clear voice say time out stop. This thing's a disaster. I was always waiting for one DA to take the lead and make it clear that this has gotta this can't happen here. And yet, but you have to do it in a way that cuts through and you cut through. And I'm hoping when when more bad stuff comes down the road that you're going to be there speaking out early and loudly. Well, let me just tell you some John when they want do early release of prisoners, and I was in the legislature. I organized a statewide tour by code tomorrow did eight and I went around to community after community and met with editorial boards, even outside of my district all over the state, and we stopped early release for prisoners, and let me tell you. You gotta bring victims of crime from those communities to their legislators doors, you've got to raise money to educate, but public in those districts that they should not reelect the person who dare pass another law that could harm and create another victim like you. This is sophisticated difficult work, it takes energy and resources. And I'm so frustrated that the prosecutors in California have not been better organized to be a bigger voice against the nonsense. And I plan to spend an invest a lot of time on that project. Prosecutor coming on the show after the fact that tell us that they're always too late. You gotta I know early and often Todd, I guess we'll be talking to you my friends. Thank you so much. Congratulations. Todd Spitzer who is believed to be the next Orange County. DA your chance to win a thousand dollars this.
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"Dana point on the beach are all my man. Yeah. Yeah. Good for you. Probably get the wildfires. We have actually this season. I didn't get a chance to I just finished paramedic school. So all my all my buddies. That's heavy paramedic schools. Great to were proud of you. Well, here's how it works carried. I'm gonna ask you stereotypical male questions way. Gills could ask a stereotypical female questions. Best three win still tied in the Brig lace when we get a tough tiebreaker question. Let us start wit the ladies we just saw photos of what actor in costume
"dana point" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
"Seacrest. One or two point seven FM so tonic quickly. She has a girlfriend who's married and her girlfriend thinks her husband's cheating and Tanya is going to hire a private investigator without telling her girlfriend. It's not I don't reckon decision. I don't recommend the you just start doing this on your own. No, we could do and it'll cost you zero money. What Ryan's roses? Door or I'll follow them for free. Ryan's rolling. Let me see I'm trying to find the right? Here's some insight here. Hey, james. How are you? I'm well. Thank you Tanya is thinking about hiring a PI to follow her friend's husband because she thinks that this man is cheating on her white on his wife. Yep. I think that's a friend actually read Tanya to basically say, hey, I think my husband's cheating on me, basically open the door to say, what can you give me to figure this out? We'll give us some insight. I don't know. I mean should Tanya higher the PI without telling the wife. I mean. Yeah. If she had that information if I was to give her the information possible. I mean, then how would you go? That she hired a private investigator. Her husband was cheating and then. Open the door to her to tell her that inflation gets bad. Have you caught someone? I've got several people, and it's probably like the work part of the job you hurt feelings. But at the same time, you're. Not making dumb. For feeling like they've been cheated on. Right. But are you dealing with the actual person? That's being cheated on. Yeah. I mean, you're gonna get a lot of good in in formation from the actual, quiet. But there's so much media that we can do it all on our own and looking into Facebook, Twitter, Instagram behavior, he had his everyday personal life. And then we just go from there. So far do videotaping them on their cell phones? While they're at work and having one of my friends is actually read lips, and I can get so much. Wow. Wow. That's amazing. I mean, you just gotta. A lot of people. Doing things on own. All right. Well, thank you so much for calling. I appreciate that fascinating job of eating lips. That'd be the best trick ever. Dana point, Adam good morning. Good morning. Are you doing? I'm great Tanya would like to speak to you about your services. Oh, wow. Okay. Well, we do offer TI service and also. But you know, I wouldn't jump the gun and just say that, you know, the guys, hey, maybe tension that maybe he had a benching. But it never happened just yet. But. You can protect yourself by finding out. Your civil app. Download on his. Earphones? Very very easy. You know, downloading called king king. Pinger route kind of disturbing each other's growing to about illegal. Little. That's actually smart. So there steps there's like it's like I'm going from zero to one hundred where I should maybe go to like fifty. Go to one. No. You know what? He's right. I would not get involved. But you know, maybe maybe throw it out there to your friend. 'cause you know, you don't want it like the bad guy. If you end up being wrong. Adam I've always wondered so what kind of vehicle are you in when you're staking out. Tens of what kind of take out is what area, but I I usually have been driving around better 'cause I could be able to take pictures or whatnot. And the camera I use it about maybe about. Literally about smaller than a dinky. And a top of that she could even put her own little cameras come nowadays. Oh my gosh. Actually, I haven't drive around without him knowing. Hey,.
Demi Lovato Alleged Dealer Busted with Guns and Drugs ... Months Before OD
"Four hours now is the story out. Of Pennsylvania grand jury there, has issued a report almost two thousand pages that was looking into six, of the eight archdiocese six of the eight diocese in the state of Pennsylvania and found more than a thousand identifiable victims are in this report of three hundred priests over a, period of seventy years a. Horrific instances of abuse we mentioned this in. The ten o'clock hour a priest do raped a young girl in the
"dana point" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast
"I have to tell you the story that really happened to a friend of mine. Yeah. Like a dad from Dana point, who has a daughter who's like our age, somebody called him said that he had held that the daughter was being held for ransom way. Not only that this guy emptied out everyone of his Bank accounts put money. These people had him driving all over the city, putting money in different, no, like for for real emptied out and like they're finally, oh, and then they said that like we are tracking. We have tracers on your phone. If you try to call your daughter anything. So finally, like he went missing for forty eight hours and because he was on. Wheel, like Sarah said, if we wanted to get the girl whose dad actually did this on the show that she would be guest, and she'd totally tell us this whole start time. She was just living her life leaving, but then dad went missing. And so they were like, oh my God, this is so unlike him, this is not something he does. They called the police. The police even stopped him, pulled him over and we're like, is everything okay sir. And he lied to the police and said, yes, everything's fine because he was the police had to stop him twice. So it's one of those where he was like, speeding got pulled over the. Oh, you know. He's basically got like this gun to his head via phone. Yeah. And he had to lie to the police and it's a crazy story. And then finally, like she finds the Dan, she's like debt, I'm okay. And he doesn't even believe her. It's the saddest thing and like totally drained, their Bank accounts, even know what happened. So dude. I guess you want me on that struck me to just saying that like this is like a real frigging thing that I think you're right does happen more often. And the police said that this is a chain like these. They can't catch these people and it's happening more often than you think, especially with older people. Well, I mean, that is not a smart thing to do with your money, but what is this mart thing to do is to use the Robin Hood app which I just became familiarized with and I'm so excited about it. I was just telling Sarah but squawking about this because it's fine. I'm kind of intimidated by like investments and things like what that's all about. So I downloaded this app and it was super simple, and it lets me buy stocks in whatever I want. Robin Hood. Yes..
Prosecutors reviewing rape claim against Backstreet Boy Nick Carter
"AM six forty more stimulating. Talk Amy, king with the new firefighters in corona have saved houses from brushfire, they got dangerously close mandatory. Evacuations were ordered for more, than a dozen. Neighborhood streets yesterday. Those orders have all. Been lifted, the fire burned about thirty acres crews contained it with help from three helicopters in two air tankers containment, was last measured at twenty five percent one of the backstreet boys has been accused of sex Assault the DA's office has confirmed its reviewing a case against Nick Carter presented by the Santa Monica police department on, Tuesday now, back in February singer Melissa Schuman filed a police report saying she had been sexually assaulted, in the early two thousands by Carter at an apartment in Santa Monica Shuman, was eighteen at the time in a member. Of the, pop group dream now it's not clear if this. Is the case. Being reviewed by the DA's office. Carter denied the accusation saying everything. Was consensual Kris Ankarlo KFI news department of defense agency has begun trying to identify Korean war soldiers in the remains returned from North Korea the agency's leader Kelly McCague spoke yesterday at a. Pentagon briefing understandably reactions, from the families of the seventy seven hundred still missing from the. Korean war is palpable because this is an opportunity for more of them, to get long-sought answers it's expected to take months or even. Years to complete forensic analysis China has announced. Another sixty billion dollars in possible tariffs on American products Chinese officials. Said yesterday America should be level headed and correct its attitude. On tariffs US announced this week it's considering putting tariffs on China at twenty five percent instead of ten percent if. The, US follows through China, says it will respond with sixty billion in new tariffs on American goods like coffee Honey and industrial chemicals a dolphin stampede has been spotted. Off the Orange County coast a stampede happens when a large group of fast. Moving dolphins leaps out of the water some whale watchers spotted the part of several hundred dolphins yesterday near Dana point southern California has the greatest density of dolphins per-square mile in the world traffic from your helpful socal Honda traffic center crash in Arcadia on. The to ten on the t ten westbound coming up on the, two Linda has one of the middle lanes blocked there that stretch to the Teton backed up from mountain checking out the socal Honda traffic cameras through their less feel. Is five southbound stop and go conditions from Las villas boulevard off. Into downtown LA the northbound side really heavy as well from the tens Split. All the way up to Los villas downtown LA the ten westbound Santa Monica freeway it's heavy on. In pockets from the five all the way, through mid city LA eastbound side just a little bit slowing through their k. find the, sky helps get you there faster Rosie return after an accident people are emotional and. Confused so what happens when people call attorney sweet James bergener John James t. Will always pick up the phone even if it's two AM a lot of times people are hurt and in pain, and, they don't know. What to do so even if it's a.
Zuckerberg loses $17 billion in record Facebook fall
"Have noticed we had. Some of the low clouds and fog moving. Back in to some of our beach, communities even filtering in through the downtown area our beaches can expect highs about seventy nine in the afternoon eighty nine for Eleonore, Orange County metro one. Oh six the valleys eighty seven for the mountains and. Went oh eight for our desert communities not a lot of change from now until Friday once we had into the weekend we start to cool but it's still going to be very. Hot and in that humidity starts to move in so for the next seven days expect temperatures to remain well above average, with seven California's most accurate depend Forecast I'm CBS to. Meteorologists amber Burleigh for KNX ten. Seventy NewsRadio eighty degrees now in Agoura hills. In Lancaster one hundred and eighty six degrees we all know eleven seventeen. You're probably gonna find the shocking most. Americans, probably, would but there's a new study that. Says the United States is the most dangerous, country in the developed. World for a woman to. Give birth the investigation by USA today found that seven hundred women die in the US every year during or right after childbirth and more. Than fifty thousand suffers severe injuries and USA today reporter Alison. Young says one of the main reasons is. The too. Many hospitals just don't follow well established safety measures, experts say it's an issue of. Training these things have been known for many years. As things that need to be, done but it needs, to be made a priority they say at. Hospitals those measures include being prepared to deal. Quickly with extremely high blood pressure or internal bleeding that can cause childbirth related deaths. And injuries Southwest Airlines Says a terrifying and deadly in-flight accident in April cost at. One hundred million dollars worth. Of business because of spooked travelers during that flight a, woman was killed when she was pulled partway through a window that was broken by flying metal from failed engine southwest says it's ticket sales. Fell sharply after the tragedy causing the huge dollar loss but says there's already been rebound attorney general Jeff Sessions has announced the arrests of more than two dozen people accused of using. Stolen identities to, get more than a quarter million dollars worth of government benefits and he says some. Of the fraud uncovered during the investigation that was. Called double trouble was really blatant in some cases both people with the same identity, where receiving medical services on the same day. Most of, the suspects, are Dominican nationals who allegedly stole social security numbers from people in Puerto Rico and then use those numbers to get official government documents. In Massachusetts Voters Duarte will face a measure on the November ballot that will let them decide whether to ban the. Private sale and, use of fireworks in their city some people had urged the city council to impose a ban on its, own but after hearing arguments on both sides members decided to leave it up, to the voters instead Duarte one of the only few cities that is in the San Gabriel valley, that currently does allow the sale and even the use of fireworks The Pasadena city council has tentatively approved plans for a. New combined commercial and housing complex but only if it's designed to so that people in its apartments can't see into the bedrooms of nearby condos owners of those condos have been fighting the project. Because of worry about possible peepers and they're still concerned that the plan might include a garage ramp that would allow brief us into their units despite fellow. Surfers coming to the rescue dog state beach a surfer found floating face down. Did not survive the sixty eight year old Dana point resident was pronounced dead at Laguna beach hospital. Witnesses say the beach was busy at the time with surfers taking advantage of big waves sets an autopsy will determine the cause of death It's eleven twenty and with a look at your money here's Frank vo-tech seventeen billion dollars right out of his pocket Mark Zuckerberg losing that amount of money overnight after Facebook stock hit an, all time high yesterday. Of around two hundred seventeen dollars at plunged today as Facebook expressed concern about user growth in. Their earnings report the stock. Plunged about twenty percent this morning ratting about. One hundred billion dollars in market value tech stocks of come under pressure led by Facebook, today but the Dow Jones industrial average has been on a roll of one hundred thirty points as the US. And the EU declare a truce on the trade tariffs battle we see the NASDAQ sliding from its record high down seventy seven the and p. five hundred at the moment down eight checking the oil markets right now oil up thirty.
Orange County, California, explosion leaves 1 dead, 2 injured
"From kfi low clouds fog little drizzle tomorrow morning then partly cloudy but temps in the sixties and seventies right now sixty five and dana point sixty seven lisa viejo seventy two in diamond bar and sixty nine in burbank we lead local live from the kfi twenty four hour newsroom i'm debra mark john and ken show on kfi john is often vacation this week i'm here debra mark bring us up to date on the news and of course digger story this afternoon is lisa va ho where there has been a explosion apparently at a building it appears to have been under some sort of construction described the most recent report says of outpatient clinic mental health clinic and about one o'clock or so about two hours ago there was an explosion at this building there is one person dead several other injured they're investigating the situation they have not held any kind of a news briefing yet probably will get one before the show is over it appears that it might have been some sort of a gas leak but that of course is all just the rumor mill stuff and nearby daycare center was evacuated no kids injured he's may have been workers who were inside the building at the time of this explosion the first floor at five mayor blue in a lisa va ho this afternoon it is be a big hit there were many many of you who are sending us pictures sometimes videos of the vagrant invasion in your neighborhood in southern california i mean these are coming from all over inland empire inland empire orange county all over l a including korea town and up through the valley people are sending us evidence of the vagrant invasion i could think of today as i mentioned before was the la county supervisor sheila you'll saying that we're really getting a handle on this problem we've helped many people women and families well that may be the case but most of the time we look at these pictures these are young guys who don't want your help you're gonna have to figure out something else for this particular intractable group of people who are refusing your help they don't want to rules get off their backs and i want your nagging on him stay away look at one listener was sent a picture he calls.
"dana point" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Lows in the lower demand fifties low clouds and fog signal throughout the morning but it'll be sunny later with highs in the mid sixty s at the beaches lower seventies inland same for tomorrow and then a slight chance of showers after midnight for your monday into tuesday right now it's fifty one in dana point fifty five and fullerton fiftysix in burbank and fifty four in van is we lead local from the kfi twenty four hour newsroom i'm rosa rivera to talk to jimmy church call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine.
Los Angeles, Stephen Reinhardt and President Carter discussed on Wake Up Call
"Am six forty more stimulating talk one of the nation's most liberal federal judges his died in los angeles judge stephen reinhardt sparks some outrage in two thousand and two when he ruled that it was unconstitutional to include the words under god in the pledge of allegiance reinhardt was appointed to the bench by president carter in nineteen seventy nine before that he served as an la police commissioned member and he was an informal adviser to mayor tom bradley he died of a heart attack yesterday he was eighty seven a couple of juvenile great white sharks have been spotted in dana point so this is the time of year when we get little baby duckie's little baby rabbits and little baby chicks and now we have a little baby sharks local photographer matt lauer lahrmann managed to get both of them in as he looked at him with his drumming though is probably in the six to maybe seven foot range so it's still relatively small for a great white but that's big enough to scare me.