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Wind-driven Los Angeles wildfire leaves one dead, forces 100,000 to flee
"And mayor Carcetti will be hosting a press conference at five PM to address the saddle ridge fire in silmar which is now evacuated twenty three thousand homes and left at least one dead and that was a brush fire that exploded over night thanks to single digit humidity and gusting Santa Ana winds correspondent Dave Alpert is there the size of the saddle ridge fire continues to grow seventy five hundred acres now Los Angeles city fire captain Brandon Silverman says as of Friday afternoon containment that thirteen percent mandatory evacuations remain in effect we're looking at estimated at one hundred thousand people affected by the evacuation some shelters are at capacity a man died of cardiac arrest as firefighters have work to put the growing growing flames moving west from where that fire started in silmar
"dave alpert" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Just an MRI has become the first GOP lawmakers to say President Trump's conduct meets the threshold for impeachment democratic congressman Adam Schiff tells CBS's face the nation that it could happen. We are seeing more members that recognize that the administration is acting lawless fashion, essentially, having obstructed Justice is now obstructing congress and our lawful function. And if we conclude that there's no other way to do our jobs no other way to do the oversight. No other way to show the American people what this president has done, his, his unethical, Andy legal acts as outlined on the mall report. Then we may get their Alabama's strict new abortion laws facing legal challenges. Republican Senator Mitt Romney of Utah, appearing on CNN state of the union says the ban goes too far. Don't support the Alabama law. I believe that there ought to be exceptions. I'm pro-life, but there ought to be exceptions for rape, and incest, and where the life of the mother. At risk. But look, you're saying laws on both sides of this argument that are in the extreme, and whether it's New York and Virginia or whether it's Alabama and Missouri people have gone to the to the wings, if you will. I don't think that's productive. I think something much more towards the center makes a lot more sense. Distracted driving. Seems to be getting worse California Highway Patrol officers issued nearly twenty thousand tickets to drivers who violated the state's hands free cell phone law last month alone at the three point six percent increase compared to the same time last year, and it happened during CHP's distracted driving awareness month. Dave Alpert Los Angeles more than fifty million people.
"dave alpert" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"I'm Anne Cates. Justice department this month will release a redacted version of the findings of the investigation into Russian interference in the election and any Trump campaign connections to the Kremlin democratic congressman. Adam Schiff of California tells C N N state of the union that the public is entitled to see the full report. There's ample evidence of collusion in plain sight. But that is not the same thing as proof of a criminal conspiracy beyond a reasonable doubt. And that I would defer to Bob Muller's judgment, and I do, but I think what we're talking about. Here is the difference between conduct that rises to the level of criminality, and conduct that is deeply unethical on patriotic and corrupt that may not be criminal. President Trump is calling on congress to close the loopholes in US immigration law. Acting White House chief-of-staff, Mick Mulvaney. Appearing on Fox News Sunday says there are solutions to the border crisis. One mexico. Has to continue to do what they're doing by preventing people coming into Mexico, and then accepting people that we send them number two, the northern triangle countries have to prevent their own people from leaving and number three. And this is the one we don't get a chance to talk about enough. Congress must at the laws are what is acting as this giant magnet for these illegal immigrants and congress has to chase those laws. California lawmakers want to further clamp down on drunk driving. The proposed change would lower the legal limit two point. Oh, five down from the current point. Oh, eight that amounts to one or two drinks per hour for women under one hundred sixty pounds and no more than two drinks per hour for the average two hundred pound man state, Senator Jerry hill is the Bill sponsor a thousand people are killed every year from drunk drivers and twenty thousand or injured we want to reduce that number. If the Bill passes, California will join Utah which lowered its level two point. Oh, five last December as the only states in the nation to adopt, the stricter standard. Dave Alpert, Los Angeles. I'm Ann Cates..
"dave alpert" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"In Gray's lake for Illinois state, police trooper Jerry Ellis, fellow trooper endear friend Nickson was among those who spoke Jerry loves his family. He loves Stacey. He loves Kaley and Zoe. He loved trucks. And he loved being an Illinois state trooper ls died early Saturday when his squad car was struck by a wrong way driver on I ninety four. He is the third state trooper to die in a traffic crash. So far this year in the Justice Millette case our Bill Cameron says the empire actors defense attorney, Mark Garriga's has a new counter move to mayor emanuel's threat to sue to recover a hundred and thirty thousand dollars of police overtime to investigate the alleged fake attack era goes chose the Tribune smollet will not be intimidated. And if city holsters for the overtime, then he'll demand depositions under oath from or manual and police superintendent, Eddie Johnson. Well, the first both of them were openly angry about the Lasko. But superintendent Johnson more recently told the times it's time to move on for me as the superintendent of police department. I have to turn the page and focus on what's really important in this city. We're getting ready to go into the summer months. So I have to focus on violent crime and keeping the city safe. And the new mayor Lori Lightfoot wants him to do that. But the media sideshow will undoubtedly go on at city hall Bill Cameron WLS AM eight ninety new warning for parents of young children. The consumer Product Safety Commission says infants older than three months for those who can roll over should not use Fisher Price, Robin plays because of multiple deaths. The agency and Fisher Price parent. Mattel revealed. They're aware of at least ten infant deaths in the rock and play since two thousand fifteen after infants rolled from there back to their stomach or side. Well, unrestrained all ten were infants three months or older and President Trump traveled to the border town of collects Icho, California, again demanding congress take action to solve what he describes as a crisis. Correspondent Dave Alpert has detail president visited a newly completed two mile stretch of border wall. We have close to four hundred miles done within about two years from now that's a lot of border security roundtable. With law enforcement officials. Trump said there's been a tremendous surge at the border and the US immigration system is being overwhelmed. This is and what it's full is nothing. You can do you have to Sam sorry. We can't take the president repeated his call to congress to quickly reform the immigration system, which he called a disaster. I'm Dave Alpert, and we wrap up with great news from the south side White Sox when their home opener ten to eight over Seattle WLS news time five.
"dave alpert" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"You might want to change your Facebook password. Correspondent Dave Alpert reports. The company says it left hundreds of millions of user passwords unencrypted. Facebook says it's stored millions of its users passwords in plain text for years. The acknowledgement from the social media giant game after a cybersecurity researcher posted about the problem online Thursday, saying some of the passwords had been stored that way since twenty twelve the company confirms that the passwords of as many as six hundred million Facebook and Instagram accounts were stored unencrypted, an internal servers accessible to thousands of Facebook employees. Facebook says it discovered the problem in January during a security review. Adding the passwords were never visible to anyone outside of the company, and there is no evidence. It's employee's abused access to the data during an interview with CNN business last December Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg defended his company saying they made some missteps, but we're now on top of things we spent a lot of the last couple of years now, basically building up our systems strengthening I'm to be able to address this. But we've been very focused on this invested a lot in it. And anyone who wants to say that upon learning about this? We haven't been very focused on trying to to to both address that and also that we have I think anyone who says that we haven't made a lot of progress. I I just think that that's not Facebook blame the latest problem on a bug. It software management system saying that glitch has been fixed, and it expects to be notifying hundreds of millions of users. If their passwords were involved, I'm Dave Alpert ten til Robert workman has lots to cover in sports NC double a basketball tournament first round games in Des Moines, Jacksonville, Salt Lake City and Hartford on Thursday. East regional in Des Moines. Minnesota upset Louisville eighty six seventy six in the first game of the day. Michigan state, then turn back Bradley, seventy six sixty five of those two will meet on Saturday in the west and other seven ten upset as Florida knocked out Nevada seventy sixty seventy to sixty one although the Gators nearly swatted an eighteen point lead. That was followed by Michigan mauling, Montana. Seventy four fifty five in Jacksonville east regional LSU's survived test from Yale seventy nine seventy four and Maryland had to rally from down twelve in the first half to Belmont Seventy-nine Seventy-seven evening session midwest region, Kentucky, clobbered Abilene, Christian seventy nine forty four and Wofford whip Seton Hall eighty four sixty eight Fletcher McGee hit seven three pointers if that sounds familiar. He now has five hundred nine three balls in four years, and that's the NC double a record more than Steph curry or anybody in the Salt Lake City a mid west region. Auburn just nosed out New Mexico state, seventy eight seventy seven what a.
"dave alpert" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Correspondent Dave Alpert reports. New Year's Eve could be a big opportunity to do that New Year's Eve should be a big night for a ride share driver actually, one of the busiest nights of the year for rideshare, and I think lift has actually seen that from year to year. There's about one hundred percent increase airy Campbell is a lift driver, author blogger and podcast and owner was online followers as the rideshare guy. There are a lot of rides and a lot of money to be made. If you want to get in on the action, it's not too late. He says you can sign up online with Uber or left and be working next week. You do need an eligible vehicle. So you sort of need a new vehicle you need to pass a background check. And then just sign up online and the nice thing too. Is there some great bonuses available signing bonuses? And other perks the demand for drivers is that high. Once you're signed up. Approved. You can really get out there and hit the road on average Campbell says rideshare drivers can expect to earn about fifteen to twenty dollars an hour. Plus tips, the gist of this job is really getting people safely from point A to point B. And there's a lot that you can think about or that you could worry about. But at the end of the day people care most about getting to their destination safely and on time. And you could always drive only on New Year's Eve make some money. And if you don't like it just don't drive again, you do have a ton of freedom to set your own hours and cash out your pay at the end of the day. And I think that that sort of really lends itself to kind of a great experience working around the holidays in Los Angeles. I'm Dave Alpert. It's eleven before the hour. Now, here's John Stolnis in for Robert workman sports. Good morning, John. Good morning. Chris the Toronto Raptors are an NBA twenty six and ten now after rallying from fourteen point halftime deficit to beat the Miami Heat one zero six to one zero four Danny Green's three pointer with twenty two point seven seconds left. Put the raptors ahead. For good. He had eighteen points for the raptors who survived the wild fourth quarter. That's all thirteen lead changes in three ties. Kawhi Leonard port in thirty points. And Fred vanfleet added sixteen as Toronto ended. The Heat's five game winning streak. Elsewhere around the NBA the Pacers made it ten wins in their last twelve games as Thaddeus young scored twenty one points in a one twenty nine to one twenty one victory in Atlanta, Detroit. One for just the third time in twelve games as Blake Griffin had twenty three points and nine boards in the pistons won a six to ninety five win over the wizards Langston Galloway scored twenty two points off the bench and Andre Drummond added sixteen points and eleven boards in his tenth consecutive, double double Derrick rose had twenty four points and eight assists against his former team as part of the timber wolves one nineteen ninety four route of the bulls in Chicago Karl Anthony towns had twenty points and twenty rebounds as Minnesota won its second straight on the road. Tomorrow's rose net thirty points and lamarcus Aldridge scored twenty seven as the Spurs got. A one eleven one zero three win over the nuggets to move into a virtual tie with Houston for the southwest division. Lead. Brin Forbes added fifteen points in San Antonio's, eighth win in ten games. The Mavericks six game losing streak is over. After look at Johnson scored twenty one points, including the tiebreaking throws with thirty seconds left in a one twenty to one nineteen win against the pelicans, Mark assaults. Twenty points, nine rebounds, and six assists. Carried the grizzlies past the Cavaliers ninety five to eighty seven Mike. Conley added fifteen points and eight boards for Memphis. Joe Harris made the tiebreaking layup with three point four seconds left in double overtime to push the nets to their ninth win in ten games. One thirty four to one thirty two Harris finished with a season, high twenty seven points and Spencer Dinwiddie added thirty seven points and eleven assists for Brooklyn. Devon Booker scored thirty five points and TJ Warren had twenty four in the son's fifth win in seven games. One twenty two to one twenty in overtime at Orlando. Kelly Oubre junior had nineteen points. And Josh Jackson chipped in with. Ten as Phoenix dealt the magic their fourth straight loss. Some good news on the injury front for LeBron James in the Los Angeles Lakers. The forward avoided serious damage in merely strained his groin during L A's. Route of the warriors on Christmas James had to leave the game early in the third quarter after slipping underneath the warriors basket while going for a loose ball. The Lakers say James will miss Thursday's game in Sacramento ending his consecutive game streak at one fifty six including the postseason and the NBA had its most watched Christmas schedule since two thousand eleven with ten point two million viewers turning in for the Lakers victory over Golden State ESPN says the audience for that game was its fifth largest for one on Christmas. The five games Tuesday averaged five point eight million viewers an increase of fourteen percent from last year college ballgames, Minnesota ends the season with a winning record after winning their bowl game. Mohamed Ibrahim ran for a career high two hundred twenty four yards in two touchdowns as the golden gophers beat Georgia Tech. Thirty four to ten in the quick lane bowl at Detroit. Here's a first the first responder bowl had to be cancelled due to the threat of severe weather after a delay of nearly an hour and a half Boston. College was leading Boise state's seven to nothing with five eight remaining in the first quarter when play was stopped. The delay came not long after Dylan ran nineteen yards for a touchdown NCWA spokesman JD Hamilton said via Email that it was believed to be the first bowl ever cancelled by weather, and that's your look at sports. Thanks, john. It's seven till the hour coming up on America in the morning almost cut my hair. We'll meet the.
"dave alpert" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"I'm Dave Alpert in Los Angeles. He's Google known to protect executives accused of sexual offenses. I'm Tom Busby. Ford announces a recall that will impact over one million car owners. I'm Bill Michaels, JIMBO. Oh, Hanan stand by for some more of those animal stories all ahead on America in the morning. It's seven after I'm John trout. The list of people who were sent suspected explosive devices is growing with Robert deniro and Joe Biden having joined the list yesterday morning. The devices are being closely examined by FBI lab. Technician says the manhunt for the responsible person or persons intensifies sif Kastenbaum has our lead story. They're learning new information by the hour that was the word from New York City's police Commissioner about the joint terrorism task forces investigation into the packages that were sent to at least ten people now, but James O'Neill wouldn't answer questions about whether the apparent pipebombs were rigged to explode. Or if they were just meant to instill fear. We're not gonna give you. One hundred percent accurate description. What the devices were, but we treat. We have to treat them as as live devices. This is protocol that our bomb squad people use and it keeps everybody safe. When pressed on what he would call them. The Commissioner said suspected explosive devices the FBI confirmed that packages sent to actor Robert deniro and former vice president Joe Biden were nearly identical to those sent to George Soros, Barack Obama Hillary Clinton and others FBI assistant director in charge Bill Sweeney wouldn't comment on reports that some of the packages may have originated in Florida. I'm not going to get into specifically where we think the packages came from somewhere obviously delivered. We're in the postal system. I'll leave it at that. They're now calling this a domestic terrorism investigation to which mayor Bill de Blasio said New Yorkers will not be ruled by fear. They're not going to let an act of terror intimidate them. All of the devices are now being examined at the FBI's laboratory in Quantico. Steve Kastenbaum, New York. It's nine after one of the high profile Democrats targeted by the would be bomber has spoken. Correspondent Linda Kenyon has details. The packages were addressed former President Obama, Hillary Clinton US Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Representative Maxine Waters and several other prominent Democrats investigators are focusing on leads in Florida. The FBI says that's because many of the packages had the return address of the Florida office of Wasserman Schultz, the former chair of the Democratic National Committee. We will never be cowed Wasserman Schultz speaking to a crowd in plantation, Florida. So the last couple of days have been trying for many of us to say, the least this sure looks to me like domestic terrorism and threats of political violence Republican Ben Sasse, sometimes critic of the president is taking Trump to task over his rhetoric both before and after these bomb scares the president has the biggest bully pulpit in America. And he needs to affirm again that we can all political terrorism in America. Let's ask says the president is just part of the problem a bit part, but still only apart when you have a bunch of people in DC who talk insanely like politics is ultimate. It's not surprising that some insane people start to act like politics are ultimate latest targets of these bomb. Scares are actor Robert deniro and outspoken critic of President Trump and former vice president Biden who spoke to reporters Thursday in Buffalo, New York attornal.
Two fall to death from overlook at Yosemite National Park
"Two people are dead after falling from a popular overlook at California's Yosemite national park detail from correspondent, Dave Alpert talk. Rangers say the bodies of a man and a woman who
Amtrak train partially derails in Washington, DC
"Subdivision no work several hours to recover the victim from the residence Sergeant James Hartman with Faulk your county sheriff's office She was pronounced Experts say the saturated soil makes it easy for the tree to, fall Barbara, WMA Ellen WMA. AL dot com we continue to follow the breaking news at Union Station where DC fire EMS remain on the scene after an Amtrak train derailed with close to two hundred people on board. At, the time fortunately no. One was injured Amtrak has since said, in, a tweet quote trained twenty derailed the lead engine coming into Washington Union Station at low speed that lead engine was removed from the train passengers remained on the train and are currently on their move. Into the station DC fire says that all cars. Are now, upright and again there were no injuries reported on a day when Republican and democratic senators introduced new legislation to punish Moscow. For election interference the White House lining up the administration's top security officials to outline what's being done to. Stop cyber intrusions FBI director Christopher Wray says meddling by the Kremlin is. Still going on this. Is a threat we need to. Take extremely seriously And to tackle and respond to with fierce determination and focus and together. With our partners both those here and some of the other partners we've. Talked about I'm confident. That we can protect the integrity Of our democratic institutions and maintain public confidence electoral process we may. Hear from. CBS CEO less Mon vase for the first time today since that bombshell report last week alleging sexual misconduct moon vez is expected to speak out an earnings conference call with Wall Street analysts this afternoon CBS has hired two law firms and formed a special committee. On its board of directors to investigate, harassment and assault claims made by at. Least six women yesterday you announced it was dropping moon Vaz's name from, its Annenberg school for communications and journalism media center while the CBS investigation is underway respondent Dave Alpert Brooks stone filing for.
"dave alpert" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Minutes now after the hour it was not an order. That's the White House position on yesterday's tweet from President Trump directing attorney general Jeff Sessions to end the. Investigation into Russia's attempts to influence the election Bob Costantini brings us up to speed really again against the Muller investigation President Trump tweeting what he wants the nation's top law enforcement officer to. Do this is a terrible situation and attorney general, Jeff Sessions should stop the rig, witch hunt right, now before it continues to stay in, our country any, further in quote, at a photo op, reporters getting to ask questions Mr President you wonder fan how your tweet sometimes can be misconstrued perception of obstruction He did not. Answer including another question of whether he's Wednesday, tweet should be taken as an order to, shut down, the molar probe he's attorneys understand, he expresses his opinions on Twitter trying to rein in the controversy of what the president. Met with the tweet attorney, general Jeff Sessions should stop, this rate witch hunt right, now directing the. Do it and he's, not going. To to. The president's attorney on the molar probe Rudy Giuliani. Arguing Twitter is Mr., Trump's favorite way of expressing. His personal feelings and frustrations but it's not a place of presidential orders especially since the president used the word should but the Trump team thinks alike. On one matter that's the investigation should close we think there at the end of it they should render. Their report for playing poker went out put up a shot up Giuliani and there's still negotiations going on of whether Mr. Trump would talk with the Muller investigators and if the afternoon briefing. The president is not obstructing he's fighting back the, president stating his opinion he stating, at clearly press, secretary Sarah Sanders the president also goes after Paul Manafort Away saying Manafort worked for prominent Republicans but someone should have, told him that Manafort was under investigation before, he hired Manafort is campaign manager however the. Manafort charges stem from the Muller investigations probe into the Trump campaign even though. The accusations involve alleged crimes committed even before, Mr. Trump announced his presidential bid Bob Costantini, the White, House is nine after now that, foreign governments and hackers think it's possible US senators are increasingly worried about new efforts to. Interfere in November's midterm elections, Terry Moore reports opening a, Senate hearing North Carolina Republican, Richard Burr said. Almost two years after, the two. Thousand sixteen. Election foreign actors continuing aggressive and pervasive Foundation this Republicans built on Burcharest the intelligence committee which is investigating Russian, interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential election the hearing came after an announcement by Facebook that they've detected another influence operation ahead of the midterms the social media, giant has removed thirty two pages and accounts from Facebook and. Instagram calling them fake during the Senate. Hearing, Laura Rosenberger director of the alliance for securing democracy applauded Facebook but she, added this tech companies remained defensive and reluctant, to share information they're focused cannot be on. Public relations campaigns she said Russian President Vladimir Putin names to divide Americans as part of an. Ongoing strategy to weaken the US I'm Terry Moore on Capitol Hill, coming up, on eleven after California's governor says his state will spend. Whatever it takes to fight the still raging wildfires across the state, blazes that, have so far destroyed More than one thousand. Homes and killed eight people Dave Alpert is following details it is very serious guest. One month into its new fiscal year gala -fornia is rapidly burning through its annual budget, for fighting, wildfires the state has already spent about a quarter of its emergency fund. But governor Jerry Brown says whatever resources are. Needed we're, we're putting, them there we did allocate money in the budget for these kinds of contingencies and that. Leads to do exactly what is still Evan around says the wildfire situation here, in California will likely get worse before it gets better for a really rough ride get expensive it's going to get dangerous We have. To apply all our creativity Making the best out of what is. Going to be an increasingly bad situation the current situation already pretty bad since this, fire siege began weeks ago in July we've been tracking sixteen major fires in the state since this began over three hundred and twenty thousand acres have burned, over a thousand homes have been destroyed and many residents remain under evacuation orders according to Cal fire chief can thirteen thousand firefighters from a dozen states. Are, on the fire lines with resources stretching thin more crews are on the way from as far as, the east coast, Australia and, New Zealand, national interest, agency fire centers monthly outlook released Wednesday extreme fire conditions are likely to continue across much of California and the northwestern corner. Of the US throughout August and September we have a long. Way to go in this fire season as we saw last year fire season can go right. Up through December reporting from Los Angeles I'm Dave Alpert it's twelve after TSA. May drop screening at over one hundred airports when America in the morning returns after these messages Hey there I'm a glue stick.
"dave alpert" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"President do you understand how tweet sometimes can be misconstrued perception He did not answer including another question of. Whether he's Wednesday tweet should be taken as, an order to shut down the molar probe. These attorneys understand, he expresses his opinions on Twitter, trying to rein in the controversy of what. The president meant with tweet attorney general Jeff Sessions should stop this rate, witch-hunt right now didn't directing. The do it. And he's not going to the. President's attorney on the, molar probe. Rudy Giuliani. Arguing Twitter is Mr. Trump's favorite way. Of expressing his personal, feelings and frustrations but it's. Not a place of presidential orders especially since the president used the word should but the Trump team thinks alike on one matter that the investigation should. Be brought to a close we think there at the end of it they should render their report to. A plane polar went up put up a shut up Giuliani and there's still negotiations going on of weather Mr. Trump would talk with a Muller investigators and at the afternoon briefing the president. Is not obstructing he's fighting back the president is stating his opinion he stating at, clearly press secretary Sarah Sanders the president also goes after Paul Manafort. In a way saying Manafort worked for. Prominent Republicans but someone should have told him, that Manafort was under investigation before he hired Manafort is campaign manager, however the, Manafort charges stemmed from the Muller investigations probe into the Trump campaign even though, the accusations involve alleged crimes committed even before, Mr. Trump announced his presidential bid Bob Costantini. The White House it's nine after now that foreign governments and hackers think it's possible you f- senators. Are increasingly worried about new efforts to interfere, in November's midterm elections Terry Moore reports opening. A Senate hearing, North Carolina Republican Richard Burr said, almost two years after the two thousand sixteen. Election foreign actors continued aggressive in pervasive influence campaign against the United States, of America he noted that. US social media. Continues to be the venue election. Interference from abroad represented intolerable of. Salt on. The democratic foundation missed Republicans Built on Burcharest. The intelligence committee which is investigating Russian interference in the two, thousand sixteen presidential election the hearing came after an announcement by. Facebook that they've detected another influence operation. Ahead, of the midterms the social media giant has removed thirty two pages and, accounts from Facebook and Instagram calling them fake during the Senate hearing Laura Rosenberger director of. The alliance for securing democracy. Applauded Facebook but she added this tech companies remained defensive and reluctant. To share information they're focused cannot be on public relations campaigns she said, Russian President, Vladimir Putin aims to divide Americans as part of an. Ongoing strategy to weaken the US I'm Terry Moore on Capitol Hill. Coming up on eleven after California's governor says his state will spend whatever it. Takes to fight the still raging wildfires across the state blazes, that have so far, destroyed more than one thousand homes and killed eight people Dave Alpert is. Following details it is very serious guest one month into its new fiscal year gala -fornia, is rapidly, burning through its annual budget for fighting wildfires the state has already spent. About a quarter of its emergency fund but. Governor Jerry, Brown says, whatever resources are needed we're we're putting them there we did allocate money in the budget. For these kinds of contingencies and that money's there to do exactly what it's, doing around says the wildfire situation here in California will likely get worse before it gets better in for a really rough ride it's getting expensive it's going to get dangerous We have to apply all our creativity to make you the, best of what is going, to be increasingly bad. Situation, the current situation already. Pretty bad since this fire siege began weeks ago in July we've been tracking sixteen major fires in the state since this began over, three hundred and twenty thousand acres have burned over a thousand homes have been destroyed and many residents remain under. Evacuation orders according. To Cal fire chief Ken Thirteen thousand firefighters from a, dozen states are on the fire lines with resources stretching thin more. Crews are on. The way from as far as the east coast Australia and New Zealand national interest agency fire centers. Monthly outlook released, Wednesday products extreme fire conditions are likely to continue across much of California and the northwestern corner of the US throughout. August and September we have a long way to go in this fire season and, as we saw last year fire season can go right up through December reporting from Los Angeles I'm Dave Alpert it's twelve after TSA may drop screening at, over one hundred airports when America in the morning returns after these messages The national debt is now. Over. Twenty. Trillion dollars what happens next rising inflation drops in the dollar's value some experts say another crashes, coming you can, fight.
"dave alpert" Discussed on KSRO
"Ongoing we will have some of that to worry about across the, plains for, today we have some locally strong storms already ongoing. In the Dakotas this morning and the area that's going to be, most at risk today is going to shift a little farther to the south and east especially for this, afternoon, and evening and that risk is going to extend from Wisconsin across southern Minnesota and Iowa and. Over into Nebraska and down into Kansas and eastern Colorado that's the area that's. Going to be at risk for damaging winds large hail and even a tornado as well as. Flooding rainfall speaking of flooding rainfall though that is continuing across the mid Atlantic and we do have a. Risk, for flash flooding still extending from south central portions of New York eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey and down to. The Washington DC area and. All Of eastern Virginia and down into. Eastern North Carolina we. Do, have showers and thunderstorms including a possibility of heavy rainfall that will continue for today and. Into tonight across the middle of the country and the south central plains it's. Primarily heat that we're worried about even the temperatures are not going to, be triple digits in Kansas and Oklahoma and not as much of Texas is going to be covered by that as well we, do still have some triple digit, readings in Texas we're also still looking for extreme heat and the Rio Grande valley especially and that's the weather across America in Raleigh North. Carolina today we'll have plenty of clouds with a shower or thunderstorm, some with, heavy rainfall high eighty three and in Denver Colorado. Severe storms are likely this afternoon high eighty seven that's the nation's. Weather I'm AccuWeather dot com meteorologist Heather zehr Washington DC has received eight point two inches of rain since, the, beginning of July the normal amount for the period two point Eight inches this is America in the morning I'm John trout it's fifteen past it turns out. The woman who died in this past. Saturday's gun battle between police and a man holding dozens of hostages in Los, Angeles supermarket was killed by a bullet fired by police Dave Alpert reports myself and. The minimum of this department one express my deepest condolences. And sympathy to her family and everyone who knew her LAPD chief, Michael. Moore says it was a bullet fired by, one of his, officers that accidentally struck and killed Twenty-seven-year-old trader Joe's store manager Malaita Corrado she. Got caught in. The crossfire during, the, shootout between police and suspect Jeanette, can I'm sorry. To report that we've. Now determined to our. Investigation that one. Of the ostrich rounds struck MS corona as she was being as she was exiting, the market was in close proximity. To Athens Corrado ran back into the store in class behind the manager's desk Audio from police body cams to. LAPD officers are heard firing at Atkins who were shooting at them this is a heartbreaking reminder of the split-second decisions that officers must make every day And it's also sobering reminder of. Destruction alone individual with a handgun can. Create chief Moore says he believes the officers did what they needed to do in order to defend the people in the store and defend themselves I know. That it is every officers worst nightmare to harm innocent bystander during a violent engagement I spoke to both these officers this morning They're devastated even though it was a police bullet that killed Corato Atkins is being, charged with her murder because the thirties allege he set off the, chain of events that led to her death the twenty eight year old appeared before a judge. Late Tuesday facing more than thirty felony charges Schedule which is eighteen million Atkins faces life in prison if convicted Dave Alpert Los Angeles, in sports from the NFL the Rams Todd Gurley reportedly. Signs a pretty lucrative deal it's worth sixty million dollars through twenty twenty, three according to. Bengals owner Mike Brown. President Trump's tweets about players kneeling during the national anthem in the NFL have prolonged the issue and. Worked against, finding a resolution he says Trump has stirred the pot for political reasons eighteen after next. Avant.
"dave alpert" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Dot com. Meteorologist Heather zehr. Washington DC has. Received eight point two inches of rain since the beginning of July the normal amount for the period two point eight inches this is. America in the morning I'm John trout it's fifteen. Past it turns out the woman who died in this. Past Saturday's gunbattle between police and a man holding dozens of hostages in Los Angeles supermarket was. Killed by a bullet fired by police Dave Alpert reports myself and the minimum of this department one express my deepest condolences and sympathy to. Her family and everyone who knew her LAPD chief Michael Moore says it was, a bullet fired by one of his officers that accidentally, struck and killed, Twenty-seven-year-old trader Joe's store manager Melita Corrado she got caught in the crossfire, during the shootout. Between police and, suspect, gene can I'm sorry to report. That we've now Now determined to our forensic investigation that one of the ostrich rounds struck MS corona as she was being as she was exiting. The market it was in close proximity to ask you this Gherardo ran. Back, into the store collapse behind the manager's desk In audio from police body cams to LAPD officers are heard firing at. Atkins who was shooting at them this is a heartbreaking reminder of the split-second decisions. That must make every day And it's also sobering reminder of the. Destruction alone individual with a handgun can. Create chief Moore says he believes the officers did what they needed to do in order to defend the people in the store and defend themselves I know that. It is every officers worst nightmare to harm innocent bystander during a violent engagement I spoke both these officers this morning They're devastated even though it was a police bullet that killed Corrado Atkins is being charged, with her murder because the thirties allege he set off the chain, of events that led to her death the twenty eight year old appeared before a judge late. Tuesday facing more than thirty felony charges Schedule eighteen million Dollars Atkins faces. Life in prison if convicted Dave Alpert Los Angeles in sports, from the NFL the Rams Todd Gurley reportedly signs a. Pretty lucrative deal it's worth sixty million dollars through twenty twenty three according, to Bengals owner. Mike Brown President Trump's. Tweets about players kneeling during the national anthem in the NFL have prolonged the issue and worked against. Finding a, resolution he says Trump has stirred the pot for political reasons eighteen.
"dave alpert" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Com meteorologist Heather. Zehr Washington DC. Has received eight point two inches of rain since the beginning of July the normal amount for the period two point eight inches this. Is America in the morning I'm John trout it's. Fifteen past it turns out the woman who died in this past Saturday's gunbattle between police and a man holding dozens of hostages in Los Angeles supermarket was killed by. A bullet fired by police Dave Alpert reports for myself and the men and women of this department want express my deepest condolences and sympathy. To her family and everyone who knew her LAPD chief Michael Moore says it was. A bullet fired by one of his, officers that accidentally, struck and killed Twenty-seven-year-old trader Joe's store manager Melita Colorado you got caught in. The crossfire during. The shootout between, police, and suspect gene Atkins I'm sorry. To report that Is now determined to our forensic investigation that one of the ostrich rounds. Struck miss corona as she was being as she was exiting the market. It was. In close proximity to Atkins This Corrado ran back into. The store claps behind the manager's desk In audio from police body. Cams to LAPD officers are heard firing at Atkins. Shooting at them this is a. Heartbreaking reminder of the split-second decisions then Austria's must make every day And it's also sobering reminder of the destruction. Alone individual with a handgun can. Create chief Moore says he believes the officers did what they needed to do, in order to defend the people in the store and defend themselves. I know that is every officers worst.
Trump to offer U.S. farmers billions to ease trade pain
"Jose Oakland a Cumulus, station Amazon, Alexa opened, the case, of oh skill. Farm aid, police Ed mission Mike Moore President Trump is offering to help American farmers have been, victims of international trade disputes but he asked. Them to stick with him but remember they have the biggest strongest lobbyists and they're doing a. Number just stick with. Us don't believe that crap, you see from, these people the fake news the administration will provide hard hit farmers with twelve. Billion dollars in federal help the plan aims to provide temporary relief to farmers who have faced. Retaliation from US trade partners during Trump's, escalating trade dispute with China Los Angeles police have revealed how a supermarket manager was. Killed in, a hostage standoff LAPD chief Michael Moore says it was a bullet fired by one of his officers that accidentally struck and killed at Twenty-seven-year-old trader Joe's store manager. For myself. And the minimum this department one express my deepest, condolences and sympathy more says, his officers will Agonize over what happened but he feels they did what. They enter do is every, officers worst, nightmare to, harm innocent bystander. During violent, engagement I spoke to both these officers this morning they're devastated a suspect twenty eight, year old gene Atkins faces more than thirty. Charges including one count of murder and six counts of attempted murder Dave Alpert Los Angeles seventy. Four people are reported. Killed after wildfires swept at, area outside of, Athens Greece many of the victims found embracing one another as they died secretary. Of state Pompeo says reports of North Korea tearing down a missile site are completely consistent with. The overall plans for the north to, denuclearize President Trump now says he is concerned about Russian election interference in the two. Thousand eighteen, election's but he says since he's been tough on Russia they'll look to support Democrats the president has rejected claims that Russia sought to help him win in twenty-six. On Wall. Street, the Dow is up one hundred sixty points the SNP up To it is up nine points I'm Mike moss I'm. Nick Soboleski a selectquote agent. With a true story that. Could save you hundreds of dollars a. Year a woman named Linda just called her husband..
Eight women, children from Central American 'caravan' first to enter U.S.
"From westwood one news it's tuesday may i i'm evan haning and our closeup the migrant caravan is at the us mexico border dave alpa reports on that israel's prime minister says he has proved iran violated the nuclear agreement steve kastenbaum oh philipson we'll get accuweather meteorologist dean devore's may day the war cast and sports in the playoffs robert workman reports golden knights lightning and celtics one we can mix basketball and hockey tom busby reports the government borrowed nearly a quarter trillion dollars in the first quarter of this year and entertainment editor kevin car tells us about the newest dvd and blu ray releases and a seven minutes past the hour well the caravan of migrants fleeing violence in central america remain at the processing station across the border from to dave alpert has details age women and children entered the us territory at the sanusi dro port of entry in san diego to make their claim for asylum but people without borders volunteer tristan call says most of the asylum seekers are still waiting in tijuana after being turned away at the border eating right next to the door where they're able to actually pass through the port of entry immigration officials at the nation's busiest border crossing say the facility didn't have the resources or space to accommodate them vice president mike pence visited the border at collect zico about a two hour drive east of tijuana calling caravan a deliberate attempt to undermine us immigration laws the nation's attention has been focused on the socalled caravan which is made its way up from central america and now with some one hundred and fifty people is right at the american border as president trump said on saturday night this situation is is a direct result of our week immigration laws and our poorest border president trump said monday he doesn't understand why congress doesn't fix the immigration laws are obsolete and they are weak and they are pathetic the president called on congress support his border wall and a stronger immigration policy our immigration laws in this country are a total disaster they'll laughed at all over the world they'll left at for this stupidity and we have to have strong immigration laws the justice department has filed federal criminal charges against eleven alleged members of the migrate caravan.
"dave alpert" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"The flimsy sheet metal fence near the border crossing i'm dave alpert it is five thirty nine here on the don show land trump held a campaign rally in michigan saturday he threatened to shut down the government over border wall money this is bob costantini in washington his campaign rally saturday night in michigan president trump went back to his earliest theme the types of people trying to get into the us illegally are you watching that mess that's going on right now with the caravan coming up and our laws are so weak they're so pathetic given to us by democrats the migrants in the caravan or mostly from honduras one of the nation's mr trump allegedly describing colorful but derogatory terms early this year democrat from california representative eric's wall well maintains yes some border tightening would be good but notes endurance seeking asylum in the united states are fleeing a very violent country protect the border but also uphold that responsibility of taking care of people when they're in the most need and not turning them back to a certain death or certain violence but it president trump saturday night rally the crowd eating up potential midterm election theme for him at least shutting down the government over the border wall money and if we don't get border security we'll have no choice we'll close down the country because we border security such a shutdown could occur in october close to the elections and it's likely both parties would be reluctant to let it happen so close to win both parties face the voters bob costantini washington just five forty here on the title dont show securing america the secretary of state in arizona is trying to reassure people about the vote ahead of midterm elections those three words russian voting packing are really when they're in one sentence that can really scare voters that their that their vote isn't gonna count michelle regan says while voter registrations online voting itself in arizona is not even the machines aren't plugged into anything other than a wall like they're not on the internet at all for online voter registration she says they now have multi factor authentication one an official logs into the system on top of that they have a paper audit trail law in arizona so every vote gets printed in some way as you're putting your selections and it's going to be printing and you can look down.
Reuters: Russia gives tentative nod to Schlumberger's acquisition of EDC stake
"In detroit russia disclosure suspect to rain i'm barbara kusak democrats cried foul after the gop led house intelligence committee officially ended its russia probe finding no evidence of collusion with the trump campaign which please the president a great report no collusion which i knew anyway no coordination no nothing but the new york times reports the russian lawyer brought into a trump tower meeting with other campaign officials in june two thousand sixteen has closer ties to the kremlin then first reported top democrat on the intelligence committee adam schiff plastic russian tradecraft they're not going to send a card carrying svr their cia member to meet a foreign national donald trump junior arranged the meeting because the russians promised dirt on hillary clinton bob costantini the white house president trump says the sites for a planned meeting with north korean leader kim jong un never narrowed to during a news conference with germany's chancellor trump said the summit should be quite something the man police believed to be the golden state killer faced arraignment today in california the court as correspondent dave alpert reports seventy two year old joseph di angelo did not enter a plea to charges of murder prosecutors across multiple jurisdictions are expected to file more charges against the former police officer suspected of killing twelve people and raping more than fifty women in the nineteen seventies and eighties the angelo is being held without bail and his next court date is scheduled for may fourteenth on the second day of a teacher walkout in arizona governor doug ducey announced a deal with state legislative leaders to hike teachers pay twenty percent by twenty twenty teachers in colorado also walked out of class over the same issues but little progress was made their hit and run traffic fatalities in the us are on the rise reaching a record level in two thousand sixteen according to the triple a foundation for traffic safety it found two thousand forty nine people were killed in hit and runs in two thousand sixteen that's a sixty percent increase since two thousand nine i'm barbara kusak zepa.
"dave alpert" Discussed on KGO 810
"So it looks like they caught the east side rapist or the golden state killer whichever name you knew him by trying to nail area rapist trying to nail down whether or not he was actually police officer we got one tech said yes he was an auburn police officer but battle that will become clear or not but if he was a police officer at one point holy cow yeah well crazy is that yeah well yeah well yeah i won't get into that because it's one of those things that if you talk about it a little bit yeah probably a bad idea so quick chat now with dave alpert of westwood one talking about the effort to strike this is one of these the effort to strike down the striking down of the striking down of something no repeal of a ban prohibiting the expunging of right exactly having to do with the prop fifty seven in the state of california dave alpert joins us now hello dave how are you good morning j joe oh you were terrific thank you i can you remind folks briefly what prop fiftyseven was in california it's a provocation approved by voters in two thousand sixteen they created a program by which socalled nonviolent felons could petition early pool after meeting certain behavior role in rehabilitation and other criteria it's intended as a way to reduce overcrowding in prisons governor jerry brown promised voters that violent ballads like sex offenders including sex offenders would not be included in this there will warnings from law enforcement district attorney's crime victims organizations that.
"dave alpert" Discussed on KGO 810
"Savant eli lawrence von dr drew eight hundred two two two five two two two i believe you're going yeah go ahead sorry i know he got someone on the line yeah do you read this article though about the twelve deadliest jobs in california are just did in fact that i want i want to people a chance to guess what those jobs are because it's really very interesting we'll do that fuel a few but first we've got report from dave alpert dave welcome back how are you thanks drew hi laurin and air dave so after more than forty years search they think they've caught the golden state killer they got him in custody up in sacramento yes we mazing this is phenomenal you're talking to a four retired fbi agent about how crazy this has been and how much resources and attention but then it's still a triumph even though it's been a long time i'm most blown away maybe the fact that he's a former police officer joseph de ngelo will leave to appeal twelve people committed forty five rapes burglarized hundreds of homes across california from nineteen seventy six tonight eighty six the guy seventy two years old he was arrested in citrus heights california yesterday and the break in one of the nation's most notorious serial killer cases came after police match discarded dna octane from his whole with genetic evidence from the crimes all those years ago with the longest time they didn't know that the golden state killer was the same guy is the east area rapist or the original night stalker or the the diamond killer for years they didn't know was all the same person it wasn't until the emergence of dna technology and that was in the late nineteen ninety s that law enforcement was able to start making the connections and link this man to four unsolved murders in southern california and now all the other allegations all right we're talking to dave alpert westwood one news contributor we're also talking about the flaws in proposition fifty seven and how these flaws are resulting in early release of sex offenders and reversing convictions right there was an attempt by in the legislature monday to close loopholes that are essentially letting sex offenders out of jail earlier making them eligible for consideration to.
"dave alpert" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Von dr drew eight hundred two two two five two two two i believe here going yeah go ahead sorry i know he got someone on the line do you read this article though about the twelve deadliest jobs in california i just did in fact i want i want to give people a chance to guess what those jobs are because it's really very interesting we'll do that in a few a few but first we've got a report from dave alpert dave welcome back how are you thanks drew hi laurin and air dave so after more than forty years search they think they've caught the golden state killer they got him in custody up in sacramento yes this is phenomenal we were talking to a retired fbi agent about how crazy this has been and how much resources and attention but that's still a triumph even though it's been a long time i'm most blown away maybe the fact that he's a former police officer joseph di angelo yeah kill twelve people committed forty five rapes burglarized hundreds of homes across california from nineteen seventy six to nineteen eighty six the guy seventy two years old he was arrested in citrus heights california yesterday and the break in one of the nation's most notorious serial killer cases came after police match discarded dna octane from his home with genetic evidence from the crimes all those years ago the longest time i didn't know that the golden state killer was the same guy is the east area rape night stalker or the the diamond killer for years they didn't know it was all the same person it wasn't until the emergence of dna technology and that was in the late nineteen nineties that law enforcement was able to start making the connections and link this man to four unsolved murders in southern california and now all the other allegations we're talking to dave alpert westwood one news contributor we're also talking about the flaws in proposition fifty seven and how these flaws are resulting in early release of sex offenders and reversing convictions right there was an attempt by in the legislature on monday to close loopholes that are essentially letting sex offenders out of jail earlier making them eligible for consideration to.
"dave alpert" Discussed on KGO 810
"So it looks like they caught the east side rapists or the golden state killer whichever name you knew him by and i'm trying to nail area rapist trying to nail down whether or not he was actually police officer we got one text said yes he was an auburn police officer but that will become clear or not but if he was a police officer at one point holy cow yeah well crazy is that yeah well yeah there's well yeah i won't get into that because it's one of those things that if you talk about it a little bit right yeah probably a bad idea so quick chat now with dave alpert of westwood one talking about the effort to strike this is one of these the effort to strike down the striking down of the striking down of something no repeal of a ban prohibiting the expunging of right exactly having to do with prop fifty seven in the state of california dave alpert joins us now hello dave how are you good morning j joe how're you were terrific thank you i can you remind folks in briefly what prop fifty seven was in california it's a provocation approved by voters in two thousand sixteen they created a program by which so non nonviolent felons could petition early parole after meeting certain behavior rolling rehabilitation and other criteria it's intended as a way to reduce overcrowding in prisons governor jerry brown promised voters at violent ballads like sex offenders including sex offenders would not be included in this there will warnings from law enforcement district attorney's crime victims organizations that.
Protesters await Trump's California trip as he visits border wall prototypes
"Two hundred fifty thousand dollars the lapd is preparing for protests ryan go chaz is organizing one of the demonstrations against trump's visit is not welcome in los angeles we think he's a racist we think he attacked muslim detects women lgbt so many different communities that's why this is uniting so many people and we anticipated large gathering trump's supporters like this woman are asking president trump welcome in california i mean it's part of the united states is it not and he did win and he is the president but losing to democrat hillary clinton by more than four million votes in california trump has taken longer to visit here than any other president since fdr in los angeles i'm dave alpert we're coming up on twenty till jimbohannon.
"dave alpert" Discussed on KOMO
"Hour update on those parents accused of child torture here's correspondent dave alpert aidid being held on twelve million dollars bail each it's unlikely david and louise terp it would have an opportunity to have any contact with the children but prosecutors want to make sure that the couple dozen even try to communicate with any of their thirteen sons and daughters a judge issued a protective order wednesday barring the parents from speaking to or having any contact with their kids through letters phone calls or third parties they said nothing when the judge asked if they understood what was happening during the brief court hearing from a legal standpoint ryan mark shen former riverside county deputy district attorney says it's intended to shield the children who made me witnesses in the trial from being influenced to da's office a simply looking out for the welfare of children with standard operating procedure patiently sort of protect orders with the first court appearance were fifty nine year old david and forty six yearold louise turpin since their arraignment a week ago when they pleaded not guilty to torture abuse at other charges they are accused of keeping their children aged two to twenty nine shackled at beds for months at a time authorities say they were malnourished lived in filthy conditions hadn't been to a doctor in over four years and had never been to a dentist the riverside university health system foundation has set up a fund to help the thirteen siblings and people from all over the world are making do they should say really want to help in any way that they can were getting offers of items they want to provide clothes and shoes they want to provide funds senior director nicole or says the foundation has already collected nearly two hundred thousand dollars to support the children's medical expenses and education we open the find on thursday last week because the immediate response with so many calls and emails that we knew we needed to open up something to give the community really here and around the world a place to give authorities say the children remain hospitalized and investigators are going to let the siblings ranging from two to twenty nine kelder story at their own pace they reportedly asked social workers if they.