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"eighty three thousand acres" Discussed on KCRW
"The president was joined at the ceremony by nine World War Two veterans Trump had faced criticism during this trip for cancelling a visit to a different American cemetery on Saturday. The White House said whether in logistical issues prevent. Trump from attending that event. Aisha Roscoe NPR news surrend, France. And you're listening to NPR news from Washington and southern California. You're listening to KCRW public radio. I'm Benjamin Gottlieb live in our newsroom with this update as we continue to bring you breaking news. Breaking news coverage of these to southern California, wildfires, the Wolsey fire is now at eighty three thousand acres. Just ten percent containment. We have reports of more than one hundred and seventy homes that have been destroyed and officials say that number is expected to rise. Another fifty thousand homes are threatened to bodies have been discovered in the fire zone. It is not clear if their deaths are related to the fire, but again two people two bodies found in the fire zone. And currently thirty two hundred firefighters fighting that blaze the Wolsey fire elsewhere to the west and to the north Willamette the hill fire in Ventura County. It's holding relatively steady at about forty five hundred acres containment is way up in comparison to the Wolsey fire. It's at seventy percent this one, but crews do not expect to have it fully surrounded. Until Thursday, and the most destructive and the most deadly fire the campfire in northern California. It's about one hundred eighty miles north of San Francisco all untold toll right now. One hundred and ten thousand acres burned containment is just that twenty five percents, and the most striking number is a couple dozen at least a couple dozen people have been killed and another one hundred or so may be missing we'll continue to bring you updates on these stories throughout the day. Also, a news power equipment operated by the southern California. Edison company utility near seamy valley shut off two minutes before the Wolsey fire was first reported as John sepulveda's from our partners at cake reports that disturbance raises some questions about the start of the fire Southern California, Edison, quips key pieces of electrical infrastructure with sensors and relays and when the sensor picks up at disturbance, it sends a signal to the relay to shut the power off. According to a report, Southern California Edison filed with the California Public utilities commission. That's what happened two minutes before the Woolsey fire was reported. The disturbance occurred in the same area, the Woolsey fire started Southern California Edison, spokeswoman says they have not yet inspected the area Ventura County. Fire officials say they have not determined the cause of the fire, and it's way too early to say if the disturbance played a role utilities have come under scrutiny in the wake of several destructive wildfires that have ravaged the state in recent years. So Cal Edison equipment was responsible for at least one ignition point for the massive Thomas fire a year ago company officials told the CPU see out of quote, an abundance of caution could be more than a year before investigators released their findings on the Woolsey fire for KCRW news. I'm John Sepulvado. And just an update on some of those evacuation orders. Mandatory evacuation orders remain in effect for a wide area, including Malibu Malibu oak park and bell canyon as well as parts of Thousand Oaks west hills. Also, some breaking news at this hour new mandatory evacuation order east of lost post road and south of. Potrero road to highway one and the county line. This is according to the Ventura County fire public information officer support for NPR comes from the corporation for public broadcasting and the estate of Joan Kroc whose bequest serves as an enduring investment in the future of public radio. I'm Benjamin godly this KCRW. And now time for music with Anthony nowadays base Benjamin man, thanks for these updates. I've been listening, and it's pretty crazy. What's happening? And you know, we we've been getting a lot of feedback on Twitter and social media minute phone calls. So you know, you're going to stick around. Right. Absolutely awesome. Okay. Once again, it's Anthony valid is hanging out with you on this Sunday afternoon. We've got lots of music to get to in addition to those updates plus a ticket giveaway to catch. The L A moth story slam that's going to be taking place at Busby's east. Should be a great event. Sick around more music more updates, and let's get to music right here from James Brown. It's KCRW..
"eighty three thousand acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"More stimulating talk. Got him surrounded by fire surrounded fun, right? Oh my God. Let me die. KFI AM six forty more stimulating talk to Twenty-three hundred Sunday afternoon. I'm Erin bender with you until five o'clock Mokhele with continuing fire coverage at five o'clock, Bryan suits, takes you from eight o'clock on into the evening. Let's go to Andrew mollenbeck. Now, he's been stationed at the command post for the Wolsey fire. What's the latest Andrew? As far as acres more than eighty thousand more than eighty three thousand acres to be exact have burned also up almost two hundred homes have been destroyed. That was the last update is a little more than one seventy. But fire officials say, unfortunately, that number is likely going to go up. They've got about ten percent containment as far as the conditions this afternoon. It really is what they expected, and that is the wind is relentless right now, they're seeing forty mile an hour gusts even a little bit higher than that on some of the ridge stops from my vantage point right now, I'm seeing it actually looks like it's mostly out of the north. But they're looking at north east is where a lot of the wind is coming from and Ventura County fire spokesman, Richard Macklin says the head of the fire has already reached the ocean to the south and now it's expanding east and west the fire could be laterally spread into the areas that have not burned into the springs fire, scar and move towards the point Mugu naval air station. And earlier this morning. We heard from LA county fire. Chief Darryl is be mentioning the neighborhoods that really should be on alert. Is this fire may expand on either side to panga canyon and.
"eighty three thousand acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Wearing eye patch right now is that you lost your eyes to Afghanistan during your third combat tour. Thank you. I appreciate you saying. We're good politics. So the joke is that his dad Crenshaw's ringtone. He's not a congressman elect, Dan Crenshaw that his ringtone is oriented Grandes, man. You have to watch a lot of teams. He didn't know that that's the joke. But when we come back with taking right? We come back. Dan, Crenshaw takes his digs at Pete Davidson. So it's really clear that a beat Dan Crenshaw is a pretty big man and didn't take it personal and accepted as apology. We'll play with better sound, by the way when we come back. That's as bad as against when we come back. I'll tell you the rest of this. It's actually pretty funny. It is continuing coverage of the fires in southern California. Wolsey fire also Darcy replace. We'll get some at this hour if there are no other breaking news and weather updates. And I'll give you we'll reset when we come back KFI AM, six forty more stimulating talk. Michael should pay with the news filleted is now in the fire burning of in Turin LA county's is that that fires. Five percent contained Santa. Anna. Winds are expected to Quebec kick back up tomorrow into Tuesday afternoon, at least one hundred seventy homes and other structures have burned. The national weather service says it's gonna be extreme fire danger tomorrow with low humidity in the CNN is more than two hundred fifty thousand people have been evacuated because of the fire that has charred more than eighty three thousand acres officials say to people have been found dead inside a vehicle on a long driveway in a property in the fire zone Malibu. Both people had severe burns. We'll check out your.
Massive wildfire rages after becoming largest in California's history
"Battle what is now the largest wildfire in California's state. History also coming up more. About the cave creek. Man who died after jumping, out of a freezer in a Manhattan restaurant and. Attacking a worker and. Now they're top story here's Jayme west horrific start to California's wildfire season which is now delivered. The largest fire in state history are, wildfire expert KTAR Jim cross is live with the. Latest Jamie right now eighteen large fires, burning in California fourteen thousand firefighters running around, the clock almost three hundred firefighters from Arizona over there. Overnight the Mendocino, complex. Fire. Exploded in size becoming the largest wildfire record in. California history two hundred eighty three thousand acres. Bigger than Los Angeles this is ABC woah Carl Thomas fire became, the largest fire in California's history that fire broke out in December and overnight the, Mendocino complex fire surpass that. Fire Keep in mind, we're still only in August now right now, there are more than a million and a half acres. Burning in fourteen, states. Most. Of it in the west nine of those fires but those are not threatening homes live in. The news center Jim cross KTAR news Thank you Jim at six. Thirty one and now from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center here's detour Dan thank you, sir we did pick up a new freeway crash. Believe it or not it's not. On ice editing there's like three of them for over on the seventeenth we'll touch on in the second. The new just came in on the east side westbound US sixty west of alma school and it's off left up against that, median wall the other crashes on the seventeenth just referred to one of them just cleared, northbound seventeen north of sixteenth street that was out of there but, the other two remain northbound seventeen north. Of Dunlap and northbound seventeen near. Peoria. Both crashes off to the right surface streets be careful which ones you choose, the twenty seventh avenue is closed on your, this morning north and southbound for police investigation work. From Indian school to Campbell the half mile or north. Of there but it is in. Both directions thirty fifth and. Nineteenth avenues would come in handy van Buren west of nineteenth avenue a crash and grand avenue at Thunderbird equation and just want, to give you a. Heads up this is going to be the I ten frontage..
"eighty three thousand acres" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Q. e. news. I'm Tiffany Cam high Cal fire officials say the set of blazes known as. The Mendocino complex just, north of the, bay area is now the largest wildfire in California history the combined river ranch fires in lake and Mendocino counties, have consumed more than two hundred eighty three thousand acres and is. Thirty percent contained. Firefighting aircraft have, already dumped a million gallons of flame retardant on the fires Cal fire Representative Scott McLean says this, fire, is unusual because it spreads as. Much as night as it does during the day long arduous extremely difficult fight for all concerned temperatures in the area are expected to go back up above one hundred degrees over the next few days smoke from that, massive blaze and other, wildfires could start having an, impact on some bay area residents this week national weather, service officials say Hayes is currently suspended Aloft as far south as Bakersfield Ralph Borman of the bay area air quality. Management district says smoke is expected to dip down to ground. Level in parts of. The north and, East Bay this afternoon and remain at least through Wednesday. Wind patterns are changing now and we have also increasing inland temperatures in parts. Of the East Bay, so it's possible, that is spare the airliner could also be called mid week and we will do that if we think that, air quality will exceed federal health standards warming says that residents should. Try to avoid. Exposure if they, smell smoke by staying indoors and.
"eighty three thousand acres" Discussed on KGO 810
"Got some big delays. With roadwork east of MacArthur was only one lane is, open there and it is backed up to. Grant line in, the meantime if you're inbound, westbound two oh five and five eighty slowing from the eleventh street merge path grant. Line there we've had a couple of fires recently burning as you make the commute this morning that could affect you too westbound eighty west, of five five over to. The field they're on the right, hand side not seeing, any delays but you will encounter some rubbernecking there in the Mckee on ramp to southbound six eighty in San Jose shutdown due to a small, grass fire just a minor delays at the. Bay bridge we're sponsored by the Tucci, and associates or you're crossing, your fingers hoping he can retire, one day don't invest And forget check if, you're planning still aligns with your goals go to don't investandforget dot com slash learn. To learn more and the eight ten weather forecasts a misty foggy conditions along the coast this morning the fog will stick in some coastal, spots today with highs around. Sixty bayside and inland though will, get sunshine seventies by, the bay mid nineties inland even warmer tomorrow when I do want to let you know the bay area air quality management district has an air, quality advisory up through Thursday because of smoke. From the Mendocino complex complex fire and, other wildfires that may affect, us your cagey oh eight ten, news next Subsidies Good morning to. You I'm Tim MacAllister in for, breakfast heart that Mendocino complex fire is now considered the largest fire ever recorded in. California it nearly doubled in size since last Friday growing about eighty. Percent as of last, night the Mendocino complex higher had destroyed seventy five homes and burned more than two hundred eighty three thousand acres Hires only thirty percent contained for now air appears.
"eighty three thousand acres" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Better Yesterday we told you that the Mendocino complex fire burning in north California. Was the fourth largest. In the state's history, what a difference twenty four hours make that was then that fire fires now the largest wildfire in California state history and you don't, have to go. Back it's not a record you wanna break obviously but you don't. Have to go back too far for the. Previous record was in December of last year in January of this year two month. Period two hundred eighty one thousand acres in Ventura and Santa Barbara. Counties that was the Thomas fire at last check spire combined form the Mendocino complex escorts more than two hundred eighty three thousand acres Largest of the fires is the ranch fire which is burned two hundred, thirty five thousand. Acres and his only twenty one percent contained there are more than. Fourteen thousand firefighters battling these wildfires across California. Right now international teams from Australia New Zealand are in California to lend a hand And, let's don't forget about the car fire which is burning farther south and has been since the twenty third day of July. That's currently the sixth worst fire in the state's history and has left more than one hundred sixty four thousand acres in shambles it is now up to forty seven percent contained, and they're still over one thousand families who no longer have homes to go back to speaking of homes remember that guy that wore number nine named Tony Parker who used to make his home here in San, Antonio played for the, San Antonio Spurs now as a member of garlic Calma said Hornets It's hard to keep track. Twenty-first-century Tony revelator and one of these statements in the letter is this I'm might not have even made it to the. League at all if pop had not decided to give me a second chance to make a first impression on him for share some of Tony's letter to the city of.
"eighty three thousand acres" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"In northern California is now the largest wildfire in the state's history the two fires combining to form the Mendocino. Complex have scorched more than two hundred eighty three thousand acres in Mendocino lake and Qaluza counties the larger of the fires as the ranch fire which is burned two hundred thirty five. Thousand acres and there's only twenty one percent contained southbound chambers road is closed, at Mexico avenue in Aurora as Aurora PD invested an auto pedestrian, accident that occurred earlier today we can tell you, that one person was killed in the accident and the the driver of the car. Is cooperating and actually the driver of the, car went to the hospital to for medical reasons. Lieutenant land again with the Aurora police department no word on. When the intersection will, be reopened our next update at twelve Roger crystal ball on KOA. NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM Accidents northbound. I twenty five win just south of willing to twenty-five there's another. North of twenty five and those could cause. Some delays it's going to be zone activity after that it's going to slow you down. On I seventy between ward road and thirty-second young field we've. Got no problems on thirty six between here and boulder you should be able to, make some good time on boulevard out to the airport even though there's road work taking place that. Could slow you down traffic seems. To be pretty close oppose the speed at the. Moment no issues on I two seventy high seventy six the. CBS four weather after an overnight low of fifty eight you can expect it to be variably cloudy tomorrow with. A high of eighty three tomorrow night's low fifty. Nine and then on Wednesday warming up to eighty four currently it's sixty two I'm Gary elbow on KOA NewsRadio Colorado's.
"eighty three thousand acres" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Seventy, six The Russians, are coming. Maybe Kentucky Senator rand Paul says a delegation of Russian lawmakers has accepted his. Invitation to visit Washington he made the offer during a. Recent visit to Moscow Paul is one of the senate's most, vocal defenders of President. Trump's outreach to Russia he issued a statement saying that engagement is critical to our national security and. Peace around the world no date for the visit has been set Capitol, Hill correspondent Wally Hines, thirty say twin blazes rapidly spreading in northern California has become the state's. Largest wildfire in history the fires per hang a few miles apart and known as the Mendocino complex ignited July twenty seventh, and couplets an scenario the. Size of Los Angeles it's the second straight year that California's recorded the state's largest wildfire officials said Monday that the flames about one hundred miles north of San Francisco grew to two hundred. Eighty three thousand acres this. Is townhall dot com Thailand's rescued cable had ended their stay. At a, Buddhist temple with their, heads bowed, and wearing. Orange robes the members of the boys soccer team rescued from almost three weeks. Trapped in a cave in northern Thailand have completed their. Time is novice Buddhist monks they enter the temple for ten, days to give thanks. For their three week ordeal and show gratitude to all those who helped them about three hundred people. Gathered for a ceremony marking the boys returned to their families those attending, gave, alms including flowers, food and money as a gesture of their religious devotion I'm Walter Ratliff. Firefighters in Portugal were close to bring a major four day wildfire near a popular tourist area under control Monday the Portuguese, civil protection agency said firefighters. Had contained ninety five percent of the blaze in rolling hills by the country's southern all garb coast though they were wary of readmissions and changes in the wind more of these stories at. Townhall dot com I Patrick Foss I'm.
"eighty three thousand acres" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Is WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty where the news watch never stops WBZ news time is six o'clock we've got seventy degrees and. Mostly sunny. Skies in. Boston temperature heading. Up to eighty four this afternoon traffic and weather together coming, up good morning I'm art, Cohen. WBZ news in our top story at this hour Searing heat and record high temperatures continue to fuel a huge wildfire in northern California that has killed. Five people including a grandmother and two, of her young great grandchildren the remains of the two children and. Their grandmother were discovered in their home earlier. This week two firefighters were killed the so-called car fire is burned over eighty three thousand acres, in his just five percent contained nearly forty thousand people have been evacuated, in Shasta county more than five hundred structures have been destroyed, another five thousand or threatened ABC's Laura. Anthony reports from the town of I go damaged and burning. Trees anything that could prevent firefighters from getting through I go with. A population of just over six. Hundred residents is one of dozens of communities west of reading threatened by the onslaught with a town, evacuated local volunteers working. With the. US forest. Service moved from. Property to property trying to evacuate horses any and That might be left behind. Cal fire officials say firefighters continue to face challenges like steep terrain and hunt, weather combined with strong winds and dry vegetation and more..
"eighty three thousand acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The fire in reading has burned more than eighty three thousand acres and has killed five people and close to firefighters a seventy year. Old woman and her two great grandchildren Alex stone says about five hundred and thirty. Homes and other buildings have been destroyed the number of buildings they, think right now is around five hundred but they have no clue because there are so many neighborhoods that have been burned out that that is. Just a wild guess that they've got it may be a. Lot higher than that Alex stone says the weather has been hot dry and windy, nearly forty thousand people have been, evacuated the fire that started Monday but really exploded on Thursday is just five percent contained a teen in Palo Alto. Apparently really needed to get online the. Teen broke into a home in the middle of the night woke the sleeping couple inside. And ask them to use their wifi network the homeowner told police he shoved the seventeen year old. Down the hallway and out the. Front door then call the police the teens motive. For entering the home is unknown the couple said two kitchen, knives were missing from a kitchen drawer police arrested the team for residential burglary prowling and providing false information to an officer authorities believe the same teen stola bike from another. Backyard earlier in the month Julie's later KFI news more than thirty people have been. Killed after a bus carrying tourists plunged into a gorge in western, India the times of Indian India says the bus carrying members of a university fell about five hundred feet after skidding off a mountain pass rescue. Teams are now reporting that one passenger survived Lives by jumping out of a window as the. Bus fell checking in with traffic now from the helpful socal Honda.
Judge urges U.S. to focus on reuniting deported parents with children
"Radio station If I am forty more stimulating talk is the dark secret replace Brian suits in here on till eleven o'clock, or new hours by. The way eight pm to eleven so please enjoy, coming up in, the next break a naval mystery the mystery of the missing, man March of. Nineteen forty two a man overboard mystery that has not been. Sold to this day drone wars the first commercially available drones that were. Weaponized happened, in Syria and Iraq and they they happen because the men of ISIS who don't have an air force did have money. And had access to European markets and. For that matter markets in Turkey and so commercial drones usually under about two hundred dollars were purchased in Turkey off the off the market Just, in toy stores or whatever in Turkey brought into Syria and then the the simple, engineering matter of adapting the usual HD camera hookup underneath the drone to do something as. Simple as release a grenade was actually fairly simple if you if you don't know how this works I've met a couple of drones with HD, cameras on them or. With mounts where you can mount a little gopro, camera on them, and the drone communicates by direct wifi to your to an, app on your. Smartphone where you can use the gopro camera or the built. In camera as a sort of a virtual piloting cockpit where you can. Put the, camera forward and you can fly the drone around as if you're sitting there on the drone but you're looking at the. App on your phone is actually a. Lot of fun and that's how they do those drawn races like in Balboa park and things like that Anyway some of these drones can carry You know up to Up to two and a, half or three pounds and some of. The really significant ones the ones that are used for actual filmmaking or commercial production can can wield up to. Seven or eight pounds and so what was done by ISIS in Syria was a simple matter of replacing the, camera mount, underneath with With some sort of mechanical release or in many cases leaving the camera and using that as guidance system and then, including a mechanical release because as you. Recall nothing happened in ISIS world unless they had video of it and so starting about five years ago you began seeing these pretty amazingly, cinematic HD drone shots of a drone undetected at about a thousand feet coming over a Syrian army position or an Iraqi army position and then it would lower in place it, would lower a couple of hundred feet. And when it seemed to be stable and the the cameras seemed fixed over one particular area like a bunch. Of fuel or munitions or whatever the the drawn would drop a adapted forty millimeter grenade that had a thin For instance like tissue paper role for a tail fin something. Really really crude but it oriented and. Stabilize the projectile in flight so it would generally fly straight down and it would blow up on impact and they did this for hundreds, of times before they finally got a success they finally got a spectacular success in the form of exploding Syrian ammo dump and It looked like they had mastered drone warfare and so they were immediately copied they. Were copied in Yemen by the who sees they were copied by. ISIS in Iraq They were copied by ISIS inspired terrorists and, Libya but the guys in Syria. Were the originators of it and really the masters of the craft so some of them Began putting stories up on YouTube or other other sort of dark, web or even, slightly light regular web read it and fortune. Started putting how to videos on how to modify common battlefield munitions like forty millimeter grenades into. An, aerial drop impact weapon and Furthermore how to modify commercially available drone something that could get off van Masan and shipped to Turkey or whatever into a killing machine now the the range of these drones generally is not really more than a mile that goes more than a. Mile than it's going off GPS at which, point you have to, know the precise location of where the bad guy is and then you you drop the munition. Well so this was Successful as a propaganda play. In Syria but really not much more it was an annoyance as the Iraqi army overran Mosul about a. Year ago, the guys. There in in, Mosul the ISIS guys they had several years to prepare for this they had an arsenal of hundreds of a cheap little drones the ones that you get, for less, than eighty bucks at target or you can get them on Alibaba Amazon and they had nothing but time to modify them and, also to teach, their man how to utilize them so the. Iraqis had a lot of men wounded a few even killed but it was really more of. An annoyance and anything else but it did produce some pretty spectacular video of for ISIS you got this video of Iraqi soldiers running around after the first one hit or when they heard overhead so anyway fast forward now in Israel the HAMAs terrorists have been using kites and, it cetera too Start. Forest fires have been using drones but these rarely authorities have, not been releasing this to. The media well the jig is up because now the Egyptians are seizing huge. Shipments of cheap drones at the HAMAs get Gaza, crossing point and so now Gaza have guys. In basements doing nothing but making drone bombs so the drone, is now the asymmetric weapon of the little guy the next step, of course is somebody in the US is, going to do this you know it because it's all over the web is easy to do and someone. Else's already redoing it so anyway that's your drone warfare update it's cheap. Is it effective it's goal is to terrorize so is it, effective yes it is is going to win a war no. All right when we come back in naval mystery from nineteen forty two the dark secret place continues right. After this, Brian in. Here to midnight, KFI AM six forty more stimulating talk Michael should pay with News Firefighters working on a brush fire that broke out this afternoon in fallbrook near the Riverside County. Line it has grown to at least two hundred twenty five. Acres it was first reported at about three ten this. Afternoon Cal fire, says roughly one hundred homes off Sandia creek drive are being a. Vacuum, waited the fires forward progress has apparently been. Stopped at this. Point a fire in Idyllwild is now said to be twenty nine percent contained thirteen thousand acres have. Burned five homes have been lost to the, flames and the man charged with starting the fire near Idyllwild and eight others has been charged with more than a dozen counts of. Arson he pleaded not guilty yesterday is being held on bail of more than three million. Dollars the man was arrested Wednesday afternoon shortly after the Cranston fire started fire burning near reading in chasta county has grown to eighty three thousand. Acres it's five percent contained five people have been. Killed five hundred and fifty homes and buildings have been. Destroyed a fire shelter in Shasta College has reached full capacity as well the evacuation centers housing five hundred people GM of the colleges fill with. Cots and American Red Cross volunteers are providing food water and. Medical and mental health services Alex stone says more evacuation. Orders may be, coming as the fire still growing about thirty eight thousand people are. Evacuated, and that number could continue to rise the. Fire is heading. South there are a number of communities that could be evacuated as the flames had that way three. Other shelters are still taking back you lease, federal judge has praised and panned the Trump administration for its efforts to return children to their illegal immigrant parents who were separated at. The border a judge in San Diego said yesterday the government gets credit for reunifying eighteen. Hundred kids with moms dads or sponsors but also says the administration needs to do a better job at reuniting more than four hundred children who. Are still separated because their parents were deported more. Deportations are on hold as the judge considers an ACL, you challenge more than thirty People. May have been killed after a bus carrying tourists plunged into a gorge in western India. Times of India, says, the bus carrying members of an agricultural university fell about five hundred feet after skidding off a mountain pass rescue teams are reporting that one. Passenger survived by, jumping out a window as the buffs fell traffic from your helpful socal. Honda traffic center crashed in, the mid city area on the ten. That's right it's going to. Be on the ten east at Vermont avenue crash now blocking the middle lane traffic is. Going to be jammed all the way. Over to national boulevard if you're traveling in the lesion park area the one ten southbound side from stadium way to sunset the right lane is shut down. For the end of the dodgers game, traffic's gonna be slow back to academy road in industry sixty east from fairway, drive to brag canyon the two right lanes going to be shut down for Catherine's work until seven AM traffic slows back to new gal street some good news for you in.
Heavy rains cause Fourth of July flooding in Houston
"A l a cumulus station where washington comes to talk fourth of july nerve agent discovery i'm elliot francis officials in houston say they were prepared for heavy rain that fell in just a matter of hours on the fourth of july clayton neville reports more than seven inches of rain fell over greater houston in just a matter of hours mayor sylvester turner says the city was prepared we had about twelve how what attracts positions throughout the city about forty what about forty three boasts position throughout the city but we didn't have any calls for any sort of rescues the mayor says area lakes reached high levels but we're far off from getting to the point that would flood homes or businesses the city released water out of lake houston which it has been doing proactively since hurricane harvey i'm clayton police in britain's say a nerve agent that sent to people to the hospital in critical condition is the same one that poisoned a former russian spy appear were unconscious afterward police initially thought was a drug overdose recall former russian spy sergei scare paul and his daughter were attacked with the same nerve agent back in march the largest fire burning in california continues to grow and some of that fire is being started on purpose jim roope explains it's called back burning we like to use that term you know fight fire with fire cal fire captain donaldson says fire itself is a toll in firefighting like on the socalled county fire burning north of sacramento it's a way to control the burn under the right conditions fire crews send the fire burning back on itself reading that that black line hitting the out of control front of the fire nowhere to go so when officials talk about the size of the fire being nearly eighty three thousand acres some of that is controlled burn backfires and these backfires are also one of the reasons why crews have been able to contain about a quarter of this wildfire i'm jim thailand a firefighter has been working on draining the water in that cave containing the trump soccer team says levels in parts of a passage leading to the chamber where they are still flooded on the way to the ceiling i'm elliot francis still we build a place.
Heavy rains cause Fourth of July flooding in Houston
"Is the great voice of the great lakes seven sixty wjr detroit fourth of july flooding nerve agents discovery i'm elliot francis officials in houston say they were prepared for heavy rain that fell in just a matter of hours on the fourth of july clayton neville reports more than seven inches of rain fell over greater houston in just a matter of hours mayor sylvester turner says the city was prepared we had about twelve how what attracts positions throughout the city about forty what about forty three boats position throughout the city but we didn't have any calls for any sort of rescues the mayor says area lakes reached high levels but we're far off from getting to the point that would flood homes or businesses the city released water out of lake houston which it has been doing proactively since hurricane harvey i'm clayton neville recent britain's say a nerve agent that sent to people to the hospital in critical condition is the same one that poisoned a former russian spy the pair were unconscious afterward police initially thought was a drug overdose recall former russian spy sergei skirt paul and his daughter were attacked with the same nerve agent back in march the largest fire burning in california continues to grow and some of that fire is being started on purpose jim roope explains it's called back burning we like to use that term you know fight fire with fire cal fire captain donelson says fire itself is a tool and firefighting like on the socalled county fire burning north of sacramento it's a way to control the burn under the right conditions fire crews at the fire burning back on itself reading that that black line hitting the out of control front of the fire nowhere to go so when officials talk about the size of the fire being nearly eighty three thousand acres some of that is controlled burn backfires and these backfires are also one of the reasons why crews have been able to contain about a quarter of this wildfire i'm jim in atlanta firefighters been working on draining the water in that cave containing the trump soccer team says levels in parts of a passage leading to the chamber they are still flooded all the way to the ceiling i'm elliot francis finding great candidates to hire can be like well trying to find a needle in a haystack sure you can post your job to some job board but then all you can do is hope the.
"eighty three thousand acres" Discussed on WJR 760
"And happy fourth of july elizabeth crenshaw wjr news scorching temperatures are being felt across across much of the us this fourth of july corresponding clayton neville says health experts are reminding americans to be safe as you celebrate outside many parts of the country experiencing timpson the upper nineties or even triple digits meteorologist chad myers says in some places it will feel even hotter especially in the afternoon it's going to feel like one hundred and four and cincinnati one hundred and six in national massive ansgar is the director of an ambulance service in texas and says heat exhaustion is extremely common in these conditions but can be avoided if you do now that you're going to be outside for a period of time pre hydrate because if you're already thirsty when you're outside and your body is already a little bit into a hydration deficit people celebrating the fourth outside are also encouraged to wear light loose fitting clothing and to always wear sunscreen clayton neville dallas the largest fire burning in california continues to grow jim roope reports some of the growth is on purpose it's called back burning we like to use that term you know fight fire with fire cal fire captain donelson says fire itself a toll and firefighting like on the socalled county fire burning north of sacramento it's a way to control the burn under the right conditions fire crews send the fire burning back on it self reading that that black line hitting the out of control front of the fire nowhere to go so what officials talk about the size of the fire being nearly eighty three thousand acres some of that is controlled burn backfires and these backfires are also one of the reasons why crews have been able to contain about a quarter of this wildfire i'm jim roope president trump is expected to finalize his choice for the supreme court correspondent jeff zeleny reports the president will give the names of the pigs to his advisors is likely to give the name of possibly three people possibly only a couple of contenders two contenders to a small team of advisers who are working in a new war room here at the white house authorities continue to stay the best way to extract the group of twelve boys and their soccer coach from a cave and thailand class rasmussen is a member of the tiny be support team he says testing is being done now to determine the feasibility of having the boy swim out using scuba gear they got a look at the water levels of what the flow is now because obviously save us too key and it will be a very very bad outcome if either one of these kids gets injured when they tried to take them out police responding to a shooting this morning in center line where they say to people were shot and receive nonlifethreatening injuries officers received a call around four am of shots fired in the area van dyke avenue and that's in st according to the centerline police department to victims seventeen year old male and eight year old male showed up at a nearby hospital with nonlife threatening bullet wounds one victim was from detroit and the other was from warren an investigation is ongoing police agency across the state are worrying about the careless discharge of firearms on this fourth of july wjr gene fogel explains the dangers of fireworks normally gets most of the attention on this holiday but there have been cases of people being killed after being hit by bullets should have been fired into the sky and the celebration of the day officials remind those who would shoot their guns into the air that what goes up mush come down and this poses the danger statistics show that one third of victims hit from bullets at have been fired into the air died from their wounds this comparison just two to three percent of people who are the target of gunfire that are killed gene fogel wjr news detroit is trying to highlight a project to encourage people to use bikes for the first are lash short leg of a bus trip up to two thousand people who by bus passes in detroit can get a free mogo pass for the month mogo is the nonprofit prophet bike share company in the city the city says there are more than five thousand bus stops across detroit but access to some quarters will be better via bikes transportation mogo officials hope the bike program helps bus writers with first and last mile connections along people to get two jobs school healthcare.
"eighty three thousand acres" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"From the air and on the ground firefighters continuing their relentless fight across the scorched plains of oklahoma battling dangerous wildfires and wind the charred remains revealing the devastation more than fifty structures lost in at least two dead since the fire started last week james and lisa newell feel lucky their home is still standing everything was on fire all around everything was far everything was a glow amber and our places still standing the ray fire the biggest so far burning more than two hundred eighty three thousand acres one of the big problems are these cedar trees you see how quickly that has burned here right behind me firefighters say they burn extremely violently wind gusts thirty miles an hour helping spread those burning embers david firefighters are calling this by epic as they deal with historically bad conditions these high winds and extreme drought people i spoke with said they're just holding on until this weekend when the rains come david cain or thanks to you meantime hawaii is bracing for more flash floods tonight after torrential rains and rescues already in koi and word tonight that famous surfer laird hamilton has rescued many here's abc's with johnson tonight bracing for round two more torrential rain set to batter hawaii the fear of roads once again transforming into rushing rivers we have another storm coming and we don't want to take any chances inqui this week more than two feet of rain and just twenty four hours cars flipped over submerged in rose washed away power lines down devastating loss even leonard hamilton big wave surfing legend joining the rescue using his own boat to save a young family and local campers it's hard to concede that that much water could come from the sky the coastguard with rafts and helicopters evacuating more than three hundred forty people from the hardest hit areas david the heavy rain is expected to move in tonight and last until friday flash flood watches have been issued throughout the islands david which onscene with thanks and unfortunate headline from puerto rico tonight all of the island losing power again today.
"eighty three thousand acres" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Tens of thousands of others calauit california residents also they've already fled and more than eighty three thousand acres in so many businesses and homes have already been reduced down to ashes so i'm sure you guys have been seen on the news it looks crazy even and razi yeah jiving on the freeway you can see all of that happening also let's say that these wildfires will get worse before they get any better just because of the conditions in california is a a very dry right now strong volatile wins and the terrain is very difficult for firefighters to go through so all of that right right now in is not prime time for california to have to deal with this saturday firefighters gordon actions ought to put go that way and let him blade shrine but i mean i'm i'm china digits on a contain today which on a flat plain watering handed cabinet blatter on it yeah blow call just let people dawn cigarettes like go sparks i'm gonna walk any little thing goes like you said signalling red really quick but israel fast so o'meara rider is yes oh giants wendy's this ain't is hurricane like wins so is just out of control bringing burgers mocha to bear campaign would be pointless yeah i don't know at this point yet an la now they are they going to be the largest us city with legal recreational marijuana as though they just decided this they voted yesterday and they're gonna license sales next years after all these debates they finally approve rules that will make sure that commercial sales and cultivation laws are going to begin in less than a month under an initiative that was approved so residential neighborhoods will be off limits to those businesses and so would of areas around schools libraries in parks vets now people can recreational he have marijuana legal and los angeles will all we were nagamine forget about the agreement forth worth looker right all right what else we talk about that's it well now in the house of representatives has also passed a bill yesterday loosening gun restrictions and.
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"While more bodies dg envi angel ye shall meet a guy we ought to breakfast one wiping ready to things on down and builds up what he do it instantly you know you just be drive and he'd be like that would have starbucks came from yes i just turned around and the whole powell 105 wants to leo here in new york has gone this gone not only is gone they moved to ryan crest is pride who is right across the rise requests y knack private studio have you been yes i have big out windows as all flush i so it is that if it was not a good view though could no you do see that another hotel not done in new york got a window in the you're going to theo when you turn around you see another brick wall or would you prefer to see the hotel of this wall this wall right in iran busy too so nice it into some w we can look in pidgin to fly run window and look you degnon i and wonder what you do on his arrival against the front page news now in thursday night foot which is tonight new orleans played atlanta falcons now let's talk about these fis and kelly yeah let's offer now los angeles has been threatened as he's laugh highest are spreading an invalid aaron salmon alex tens of thousands at an attack hallett california residents uh they've already fled and more than eighty three thousand acres in so many businesses in homes have already been made do down to ashes sal i'm sure you guys have been cnet on the news it looks crazy even an easy the edge driving on the freeway you can see all of that happening also listing that these wildfires will get worse before they get any better just because of the conditions in california is a a very dry right now strong volatile wins and the terrain is very difficult for firefighters to go through so all of that right now and is not prime time for california to have to deal with this sunday firefighters who are then actually going to put the blades shrine but i i mean i'm i'm china digits trying to contain today with china flat plain watering handing out on a ladder on it yeah we'll call them just let people dawn cigarettes like go sparks i'm wanna walk any little thing goes like you said signalling aimad really quickly spread fast lane so orion it's eso giants wendy's they saying this hurricane like wins so is just out of control bringing back mocha to bear campaign would be pointless yeah i don't know at this point yet an la now the as the going to be the largest us city with legal recreational marijuana as though he just decided this they voted yesterday and again a license sales next years after all these debates they finally approve rules that will make sure that commercial sales and cultivation laws are going to begin in less than a month under an initiative that was approved so residential neighborhoods will be off limits to those businesses and so would uh areas around schools libraries in parks vets now people can recreational he have marijuana its legal and los angeles of all of weed in the world naga make me forget about the danforth vice okay all right what else you dogma that's it well now in the house of representatives has also passed a bill yesterday loosening gun restrictions and now you got your gun licence recently right yup in 35 states so right now you actually if you have a permit you can carry concealed weapons and legally travel with those firearms to other states he avenue i mean aghil ethnic tzeltal outta did that regardless you've got a flat under the play but you just came so does that mean i could take my firearm to new york city in in travel joint i gotta travelled out of jersey i guess so it is saying is kind of like having a marriage and an eu or a driver's license no it listen it's like having a set of america's ice into driver's licenses valid in other states so now you have a licensed to carry concealed weapon you can bring that firearm with you to other states a giant noah agerelated new nerves rush net new york mielke guarantee three is new now and in particular they talked about a woman from pennsylvania no criminal record she had a concealed carry permit for her pistol and they didn't recognize that when she travel to new jersey and she was later on clinton's yes it is saying that they shot the make sure that never happens again so now you can just carry concealed weapon a macomer locally alarming chauque of that's over settler out note all right
"eighty three thousand acres" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The country's lowest unemployment rates are in the western half of the united states and update on a huge piece a colorado realist day oh you mean london can you fence share tina the eighty three thousand acres salo this to range that includes the chogm fourteen thousand put mountain sold last month were just now learning who bought a william bruce harris and as the heir to a texas oil portugal one of the big questions about the sale was whether he would allow access to collaborate peak which is on private property his now traditionally climbers have been allowed access as for revealed one hundred fifty dollars while harrison's representative says that order we'll continue programs allowing access to the baton while we walked them all the feel the other day but the dallas cowboys beat the denver broncos on the balance sheet according to forbes the cowboys are the nfl's most valuable franchise yes again the 11 straight year forbes values the cowboys at four point eight billion dollars that's up fourteen percent from last year cowboys are followed by the patriots giants redskins in forty nine overs the broncos committed number eleven with two point six billion dollars in value the team at the bottom of the list is the one the broncos play on sunday at the buffalo bills on wall street the dow is up twenty three the nasdaq is up of point and the s p is also up a point in our next update one of the country's hottest real estate neighborhoods in the country is right here a metro denver is it i'll tell you that 955 pat woodard koa.
"eighty three thousand acres" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"The state's largest wildfire is grown to more than eighty three thousand acres at last jack fire officials say the highlight and goat fires which burning about twenty three miles east northeast two warren received some spotty precept over the weekend with some areas receiving up to a happy jebrane actually gave you i two tv reports community meeting was held in big greek for residents in that area much of the eighty three thousand acre fires burning within fire scars from two thousand buyer behavior is expected to remain low to moderate this week we might see some thunderstorm activity today or tomorrow in our area nap police department has submitted the findings of its criminal investigation against former southwest idaho treatment center employees to the canyon county prosecuting attorneys office the idaho presstribune tells us the number of employees under criminal investigation has not yet been disclosed currently none of the of ploy ease who were suspected of being involved in the psychological and physical abuse at the was idaho treatment center at be criminally charged but still could be the investigation by the idaho department of health and welfare began back in june and found that two employees specifically were psychologically and physically abusing the presidents but four other employees knew about the abuse and that because they did nothing about it constitutes neglect all six of the employees were either terminated or left the employment of the center the dairy industry is hopeful the president's recent decision to phase out the deferred action for cia that arrivals program will force congress to enact immigration reform jato dairy men's association came to the sport of undocumented immigrants in july when it was discovered that the drone county sheriff's office might even ran out beds to ice ida director bob near about says his associate i opposed the contract because ice age into drove county could scare the immigrant community that would hurt the dairy industry anybody involved with foreignborn labor good note of individuals who are the french who legal status might be questioned and it put grip crimson jeopardy or family members in jeopardy so it became a a huge issue to expand community mallender on but all romantic valley near about told the public do service along with being vitald idaho's agricultural economy letting immigrants come out of the shadows and.
"eighty three thousand acres" Discussed on WLOB
"Radio i'm million will another person in the controversial meeting between donald trump junior and a russian attorney has been identified the name of the socalled quote eighth person is i cabot lodge say he is the vice president of the crocus corporation which is owned and by a ross a gallaraga and his son ayman a gallaraga both of whom are acquaintances of donald trump senior and donald trump junior and fox's john robert we do know as well that the special prosecutor robert muller has contacted capitalizes attorneys to ask for any information the cavalli's it might have that is pertinent to the russia investigation tough conditions for firefighters cross the rest battling thirty seven large blazers in nevada fifty miles north of reno fell long valley fire started across the border in california a week ago 30 scorched eighty three thousand acres across both faith actively vnu it was a guy wlove fm and am next with maine's total weather from channel eight wmtw this evening partly cloudy skies unfairly nice evening however it can be very muggy overnight lows in the lower 60s viewpoint we in the mid60s deliveries these areas of fog once again for wednesday morning that we should be partly sign any afternoon and warmer highs will be in the mid to upper 80s across the area and it will be burying muggy three day on thursday kind of a carboncopy day with temperatures in the mid '80s very few mainland clattering after him from channel eight i'm meteorologist ted mcinerney maine's total weather concurred does what might seem impossible for your business he makes employees happy in finance out the how well employees love automated expense reports and invoices they can submit an approved from anywhere and finance loves that they have full visibility into employees 'spect plus concur integrates with leading finances dmz concur makes.