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KCBS All News
"el monte" Discussed on KCBS All News
"All the time on the Odyssey app and listen to the home stretch on the Odyssey app or wherever you get your podcasts. Let's get the latest on traffic right now from Ted Raimi. And we've had a new red come in in Los altos hills, southbound two 80 approaching El Monte listed his blocking the left lane. CHP is responding not seeing any slowing yet, but we'll see if anything does pick up here, but the good news is that it has been pretty light out there this morning despite some accidents that we've seen. We haven't seen much in the way of slow traffic, where we have had a little it went away, but now it's popped up again as an earlier solo spin out in the maze in Oakland 5 80 west on the connector to 80 eastbound that was at the speed limit after we had seen some slowing, but now it is slowing down once again. If you're in the area and you see anything, let us know on Twitter at kcbs a.m. FM traffic again that's at kcbs a.m. FM traffic and actually the CHP just did update this there blocking the two left lanes of that connector briefly probably to clear something so that should be back at the speed limit momentarily. But right now most of the Bay Area looking very good, there are fog warnings for the Golden Gate Bridge and the San Mateo bridge, but not much slowing out there to be found. Your next update, 7 28 on the traffic leader, case CBS. And that's been out maybe the result may be of some of the missed out there. We also have patchy fog along the coast and at the bridges, Lowe is currently in the 40s out there in most spots, although temperatures are rising, we're seeing 50s in some areas. Today it's going to be mostly cloudy throughout the Bay Area with highs ranging from the low to upper 60s
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"el monte" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"Text dinesh the 9 8 9 8 9 8 to get started today. The district attorney of Los Angeles, George gascon, is facing a recall, much in the same way that the San Francisco DA chesa boudin faced or recall and was in fact unceremoniously recalled and tossed out. Now gascon is basically a clone of boudin. This guy is a complete loser, he is a DA on the side of the criminals, this is a guy who has been battering and weakening, not just the police force, but the prosecutorial force in LA, crime rates have soared in LA. I mean, they've soared another parts of the country too, but more in LA, more in California, more in San Francisco. So gascon and budin are symbols of the worst. Of democratic kind of crime fighting policy. And I want to talk about a specific case a case involving a really bad guy criminal named Justin Flores. So this guy Justin Flores is now accused of fatally shooting to El Monte police department, well, a Corporal and an officer, Michael parades and Joseph Santana. Here's a guy who was facing serious felony charges. And gascon led him out, put him on probation. And this has been by and large the gas on strategy. It's essentially to take criminals who are in a serious, who should be incarcerated, and let them loose, put them on probation. And what is this guy doing? He gets into a domestic dispute that police get reports of a possible stabbing. They show up at the scene, a shootout occurs, and vote the officers are killed. Now, gascon goes to a press conference, this was on Tuesday, two days ago. And he says this. We have an imperfect system. And that's not only here in LA. It's everywhere. I know it's frustrating to hear. It may not help heal the wounds. We don't serve our community when we pretend we can predict a 100% of the time when these cases are going to occur. Well, no one is saying that you know with a 100% certainty, whether a criminal is going to strike again. But you know what the reasonable probability that that could happen. And when you let a lot of criminals out on the street, there's a there's a 100% certainty that some of them will do bad things again. And so why not keep them as the law requires them to be locked up? Essentially what gascon does is he uses this prosecutorial discretion. He goes around the law. And he goes, no, no, no, no, no. Let him go. Let him go. This guy Flores has been in and out of prison for years. He's a he's a drug addict. He's been arrested for a whole bunch of firearms and drug related charges. Some time ago, he was arrested for burglarizing his grandparents home for stealing TVs. And in this case, he was arrested for possession of drugs for personal use as well as possession of a firearm. So here is gascon. We can if this thing to death. What he means is we can constantly say that if he had been incarcerated, he couldn't have done this, but that's not a speculation. The simple truth of it is if this guy had been locked up, he couldn't have done this particular offense. I mean, that is, that's a fact. Quote, there's certainly many opportunities for tragedy to have occurred, but the reality is when you have the history, this individual had the outcome was appropriate under the circumstances. Now I don't think you're a gascon means the outcome of shooting the cops. I think he means the outcome of letting the guy out. But, you know, no surprise, the widow or the mother of Joseph Santana was furious. And blames gascon. She says this guy should be recalled immediately. He's destroyed so many lives. He's completely destroyed hours. We're just completely devastated. And Eric siddle, the vice president of the LA, deputy district attorneys association. He says, quote, under California law, flourish should have been in a state prison cell on the day he murdered the two officers. Instead, because of George gascon's policies, he was in a hotel room in El Monte, beating his girlfriend until two officers responded to the call for help, now the two officers are dead. And siddle goes on to say that that when gascon came in, he quote issued an order that all strike offenses that were charged by the prior district attorney were to be stricken. In other words, eliminate all the charges of my predecessor. Just get rid of them. And number two, he ordered that all cases eligible for probation should be given probation. Those were his orders. So the point here is that people are sometimes eligible for probation. That doesn't mean they get it. It's kind of like people who are eligible at some point to be hinkley was recently or eligible for parole, eligible for being let out, but many times they're not let out. Why? Because you're not rehabilitated. It's not safe to put you back out on the street. So gascon is basically the criminals favorite attorney prosecutorial attorney. He's not the kind of guy you want if you want safe streets in LA. Now maybe people in LA don't want to save streets. Maybe they don't care. Maybe they want to progressive like gascon in there and that's the end of the story. I don't think so. I think we're going to see in LA as in San Francisco, a desire on the part of the people. It will be going to be very interesting if this is also led by non whites, that if the progressive whites vote for gascon and the non whites decide that they would rather live in safer neighborhoods..
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Los Angeles District Attorney Faces Recall Effort
"The district attorney of Los Angeles, George gascon, is facing a recall, much in the same way that the San Francisco DA chesa boudin faced or recall and was in fact unceremoniously recalled and tossed out. Now gascon is basically a clone of boudin. This guy is a complete loser, he is a DA on the side of the criminals, this is a guy who has been battering and weakening, not just the police force, but the prosecutorial force in LA, crime rates have soared in LA. I mean, they've soared another parts of the country too, but more in LA, more in California, more in San Francisco. So gascon and budin are symbols of the worst. Of democratic kind of crime fighting policy. And I want to talk about a specific case a case involving a really bad guy criminal named Justin Flores. So this guy Justin Flores is now accused of fatally shooting to El Monte police department, well, a Corporal and an officer, Michael parades and Joseph Santana. Here's a guy who was facing serious felony charges. And gascon led him out, put him on probation. And this has been by and large the gas on strategy. It's essentially to take criminals who are in a serious, who should be incarcerated, and let them loose, put them on probation. And what is this guy doing? He gets into a domestic dispute that police get reports of a possible stabbing. They show up at the scene, a shootout occurs, and vote the officers are killed.
The Officer Tatum Show
"el monte" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show
"Just when I thought cackling Kamala couldn't say anything that could be stupider. Then what she said before, let's play the clip of cackling Kamala claiming that abortion will not affect your religious beliefs, roll the clip. Faith leaders. And, you know, for those of us of faith, I think that we agree many of us that there's nothing about this issue that will require anyone to abandon their faith. Or change their faith. It's simply saying that the government should not have the ability to decide what an individual does with her own body. You're going to hell, can I say that for 200? There's no way in the world that you can think to yourself that what she said makes any sense. And it's funny, it's interesting. How is my body my choice until you know what the Fauci? The Fauci out she happened. And then now it's my body to government choice. But when there's women is my body my choice. Listen, I'm never going to understand my body my choice ever. First of all, it's wrong. It's murder. Second of all, is your body your choice until you go down to the child's port office, then it's my choice. And everybody know what I'm saying. I ain't never in my life seen a woman saying it's my body, my choice, and I had this baby. And you know what? You don't have to take care of it. You don't have to be aware. You don't have to pay me nothing. I'm just going to go on by myself as my responsibility. Three women probably have done it. Out of a 100,000. It doesn't occur that way. And I just think when it comes down to is that there are people who are selfish, abortion is one of the most selfish things you can do in your life. How are you going to play God? You laid up and had a baby with Tyrone and you knew Tyrone was in and out of prison so you can't use that as an excuse. Are you lay up with Tony and you knew Tony was a frat boy drinking beer every day and he wasn't going to be a good father, but even if you lay up with somebody, you don't get to have the opportunity to say, I'm going to kill this child because I feel like his or her life is not worth sacrificing things in my life. And the interesting part is that a woman can be driving to an abortion clinic. Now, man runs a stop sign T bones her kills the baby in her stomach, he goes to prison for murder, yet if he did not hit her and she made it to the abortion clinic, she would not be charged for anything. And another interesting thing is that most.
The Officer Tatum Show
"el monte" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show
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The Officer Tatum Show
"el monte" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show
"And I know that you said that you had some sense call in and explain that it can be common. I've heard both sides of common. It's not common. There's kind of an argument there. But even with their explanation of how the cows die, I still believe based on some research and things that I've done. That it is still possible for both to be true that the cows died because of the heat or because of the food and how they were in getting ready to be slaughtered, but I also believe that that could have been their way of killing the cows and making it look accidental. And that I still believe that the government is trying to shorten the food supply like they've been doing with some others. And I just was curious about your thought about that. Yeah, thank you so much. You said Jerry Anne. Yes. Yes, sorry about that, Jerry Ann. Yeah, I think that here's my take on it. I think that I see, I think that I see. I hear the other side of the argument based on what those individuals told me on the phone was that there's like 27,000 cattle a day going in for the slaughter and at any given time over a half a million cattle in the feed lots, you know, being fed and preparing to be slaughtered. So what it makes me feel like it's that 10,000 is kind of an insignificant number when you look at the grand scheme of things. And I think that that's what makes it hard for me to think the government orchestrated this because if you have only a fraction of a day's worth of cattle being slaughtered that the government didn't make any significant change to the cattle in this country or the feat supply, I mean that's like a half of one day throughout the 365 days of the year that those cattle had passed away. So I see why people think both sides of it, but the explanation from being and sharing who contacted me earlier seems to be a little more foolproof. Nash from Las Vegas welcome to the off state of show. Thank you for taking my call. Did you see that the Russian has captured two American fighters in the Ukraine that were fighting with the Ukrainian army? I haven't seen that, but I think this is going to cause a big problem. Okay, what's going to happen now? Because they just had glad got three of them last week, two from Britain, one I forgot where the other guy was from, but their sentences to death and here you got the same scenario. These are army veterans that went to fight for basically the azov, battalion, the neo Nazis of the Ukraine military and I think is going to send some to death. So what is Biden going to do? Is that going to draw us in the war right there? Thank you for the call. That is a good question. That is an interesting question because when you posture yourself up and you say your big bad and tough and then they kill two American citizens, what are you going to do about it? If you ask me, I think we got to avenge the death of any American killed.
The Officer Tatum Show
LA County Citizens Set to Recall DA
"We see DA's around the country letting out criminals and these criminals are pillaging people killing them and also killing officers. There's a way to fix that and your city, if you have a DA dependent on the laws around your state in California, you can recall the district attorney. They've recalled the one in San Francisco, chess of Odin, however you say his name and they are getting enough signatures to recall a gascon. Gascon is responsible for the two officers getting murdered the other day. And I think he's vicariously responsible because the man should have been in prison. He should still be there today. He would have gotten life a life sentence, according to the three strikes rule. Outside of that, they let him do no jail time after being on probation for a gun charge. Then he goes and gets out, gets a gun in a state where he's not supposed to be able to buy guns. He gets a gun and he killed police officers. This is not the only occurrence ladies and gentlemen. And the woke ideology surrounding these particular ideas are baffling to me.
The Officer Tatum Show
How Much Do Politicians Care for Law Enforcement
"Policing in America, I my heart goes out to the law enforcement officers that are currently still doing the job. I want to encourage them to continue to fight the good fight. I've done the job. I don't know how they do it today. I don't know how you go to work, putting your life on the line with the expectation that the city, the people of the city, politicians would at least have your back if you do what's right. Now we're seeing that the politicians don't have your back and they couldn't care less what happened to you if it's going to save them politically. We see DA's around the country letting out criminals and these criminals are pillaging people killing them and also killing officers. There's a way to fix that and your city, if you have a DA dependent on the laws around your state in California, you can recall the district attorney. They've recalled the one in San Francisco, chess of Odin, however you say his name and they are getting enough signatures to recall a gascon.
The Officer Tatum Show
Why There Is Another Side to Being a Leftist
"Thank God I was also rescued, not only spiritually, but naturally. And I liked a couple of those two things together because I feel like when I was saved, you know, being born again as a Christian, I could not wait to tell the world what I have discovered. How a gospel transformation has occurred in my life. And then when I woke up and got off the Democrat plantation, I had the same level of energy. That I can not wait to tell as many people as I can, that there is another side to this. I have been lied to. My whole life, by my peers, by people I looked up to, telling me that these political realities that they were brought up to believe were actually true. They're not true at all.
The Officer Tatum Show
Woke Athletes Should Stick to Sports
"Men and women, the people of America, I am sick and tired of athletes. And coaches who supposed to be shooting three pointers, supposed to be coaching teams, congratulations to Steve Kerr. The only reason he won, he won, right? The only reason that he won because he was the Arizona alumni. But outside of that, you supposed to be doing your thing, but they putting their hands in a politics in ways in which I think are rooted in stupidity. Steve Kerr came out and said and cried about good laws and just country. Enough is enough. And then he runs off the stage. And then Joe burrows, I love that kid, man. If y'all don't know it's the Bengals quarterback right now, I love them when he was in college, LSU won the national championship. I said, man, that kid got hard. Come back season. It was amazing. He got drafted number one overall. He got obliterated his first year because officer line was blocking as if they only had one leg. And then he came back and he went to the championship and I rooted for him. I said Joe burrow, I hope that you win this thing and be an upset. You know, be a part of an upset victory. However, I have since changed my mind because I believe he's going to walk in and woke. So I don't believe me. Wrote a clip. You know, you're not going to outline everything you got to at least make it harder to get those crazy guns that everybody's using. I don't think you should be able to just walk in there and buy one. You got to be able to go through a rigorous process to be able to buy something like that, I think. So, you know, hopefully the people that get paid to make those decisions figure that out, my job is to play football, but hopefully the politicians can figure that one out.
The Officer Tatum Show
Cattle Ranchers May Have Been Responsible for Cattle Deaths
"I was incorrect and did not have the full information about the cattle that had passed away in Kansas. The story has reported how the story is being reported that there was at least 10,000 cattle that had passed away due to a heat wave. Now, in my mind, because I have zero adequate knowledge around cattle ranching, and also I have skepticism that's a mile long when it comes to our government and I'm slightly a conspiracy theorist. I believe that there could have been a nefarious cause to the cattle losing their lives. However, because of great people like you guys that listen to the show, there were two people that called me that there are a couple. They called me, they listened to my show on YouTube, and they said, hey, Brandon, can we talk to you? We want to give you some better information about the cattle out there in southwest Kansas. And I said, let's do it. They called me on the phone, and this is what they told me. That the death of the 10,000 cattle is not abnormal. If you a cattle rancher, it's not abnormal for a heat wave to cause this level of death. And the significant points that I took from the conversation that I had with them is that little do you know many of us, how many cattle are actually out there? From the information that they told me that there was, there could be anywhere from a half a million cattle and what they call feet lots.
The Officer Tatum Show
If You Want to Be Better, Fight for It
"Politics may be out of control, things may seem that they're going in the wrong direction. However, God is still in control, so no matter what it is, you can rest assure that it's going to be all right. God got this taken care of. There's a lot of things that we can use in this moment. To learn from, to grow from a lot of adversity that may come your way, it's happening to you so that you can become a better person on the other side. This is my pitch to everybody that is listening that if you want to become better and the difference between you and the person next to you that may become better is that if you take this as an opportunity and you come out on the other side victorious and you fight and you weather the storm, things will go well for you. If you do not and you sit around and make excuses and you have this idea of what was me, you're gonna come out on the other side and be hurting. I said this very same thing in 2020. And it was the young man that I listened to, there was a Christian. I think his name is Marcus Rogers. He said, dad, God gave him a message. That, in 2020, it's going to be a reckoning for some people. If you persevere if you hold true to the values you fight through it, you're going to come out on the other side and be victorious and there's going to be others that do not.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"el monte" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To bring in Michael barnow to tell us what else is going on in New York and around the world John thank you very much U.S. representative Tom rice of South Carolina has been ousted from Congress in his Republican primary after voting to impeach Donald Trump over the January 6th insurrection The 5 term congressman was defeated by Trump backed state representative Russell fry for I received 51% while rice got 25% Meanwhile representative Nancy may clear the 50% threshold to avoid a runoff against Trump backed Katie arrington Republican Jim marchant who made false claims about the 2020 election is advancing to the general election for Nevada's Secretary of State If marchand wins he would oversee future elections in the state New York governor Kathy hochul is about to get a big endorsement today and the governor's race New York City mayor Eric Adams is set to make the announcement to endure his whole in a joint news conference Two police officers in El Monte California died after responding to a possible stabbing and a motel El Monte interim police chief Ben Lowry says the officers were fired upon by the suspect He used to heroes paid the ultimate sacrifice today they were murdered by a coward and we are grieving and it hurts Chief lawry says the suspect was also killed The Senate may have found a formula to get Republicans on board with a gun safety Bill Bloomberg's head Baxter reports Minority leader Mitch McConnell is making noises that make it sound like he will support it Just people who own guns And support for the provisions of the framework is off the charts Overwhelming He says it's wording I think if this framework becomes the actual piece of legislation it's a step forward A step forward on a bipartisan basis And majority leader Chuck Schumer says it will be brought to the floor quickly In San Francisco I'm at Baxter Bloomberg daybreak The pain at the gas pump continues for the New York metro area according to triple-A prices rose to a record 5 21 overnight and 5 50 in Manhattan Former president Trump's bid to hold depositions next month in a New York State probe of his family's real estate business was rejected by the state's highest court to lower courts have already rejected the claim that the probe by New York attorney general letitia James a Democrat is politically motivated Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake Powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries I'm Michael Barr in this is Bloomberg jun All right Michael.
"el monte" Discussed on WGN Radio
"And I cleave Duncan along with the penguins will sing Her WGN radio James and that's members of El Monte We were talking about this last night with Johnny dean Youngstown And yes Frank Zappa wrote that 1963 original sound And of course our Monte legion stadium That was the place to be providing you didn't tell your parents you were going because they would never have approved of that location But some of the best Easter egg music best soul music and all that El Monte legion stadium That was the place All right so 8 7 6 5 5 9 three Rick and Northern California Welcome back to WGN radio Hi Raleigh How's it going All right how about you Good Yeah hey that's a new I did know Frank Zappa wrote that song that would have told me Yeah I was a huge fan of that you know He loved you still a music and do up and all that stuff adored it Well I know he was in a group called baby ray or his group Beatty ray in the ferns I think they were was that to do off version of what he was doing at the time or I think he was always just having fun So you know all the way around He was not genre specific Most people remember him for mothers of invention and stuff like that But his reach was widespread Right But he was always sort of underground Absolutely But baby ray on the ferns is a great name but that was how's your bird and all that Yeah Yeah Well that was more of a pimp obviously And ray cobbler And he do comedy stuff like you go to jeans north or nothing fits and you know some of you Exactly We did most of that stuff at a studio in cucamonga Okay Well right I've heard of the city And wow all right down there Southern California isn't it Absolutely It's kind of not far from Pomona It's sort of like that LA county San Bernardino county I know I know where that is yeah for a part of it And then there's Rancho cook the monger There is absolutely a little more already Yes Yes So you know when you talk about hot dogs I've heard this thing here It was steady with about two three weeks ago And you know my eyes rolled I don't eat too many hot dogs Sometimes when I'm stuck at a Costco and you know I don't want to get out Hang on Stay at that Costco eating that hot dog and we'll pick it up in moments right here on WGN radio.
WNYC 93.9 FM
"el monte" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Headlines for the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine boosters will get the latest on COVID-19 vaccines in two kids as well And with just two weeks to go in the race for governor of New Jersey we'll look at where the candidates stand on responding to global warming Those are some of the top stories this morning that we are focusing on are other big focus this morning is raising money and finding sustaining members for WNYC Please call 8 8 8 three 7 6 9 6 9 two This is W NYC FM HD and a.m. New York Live from NPR news in Washington and Corvette Coleman the full house is set to vote today on a contempt referral against former Trump strategist Steve Bannon He's refused to cooperate with the House select committee investigating the attack against the U.S. capitol If passed by the House the contempt matter then goes to federal prosecutors who could take criminal action against Bannon He was attorney general Merrick Garland heads to Capitol Hill today for his first oversight hearing as leader of the Justice Department and pierce Carrie Johnson reports lawmakers have plenty of questions Democrats on the House judiciary committee want to ask the attorney general what he's doing to protect voting rights and crack down on hate crimes They also want an update on cases against the people who stormed the capitol on January 6th and they want to know whether former president Donald Trump and his inner circle are part of that probe Merrick Garland is likely to duck that question citing DOJ policy that borrows him from talking about ongoing investigations Republicans say they have questions about migrants along the southwest border and its recent guidance to the FBI about violence against teachers and other officials in schools Kerry Johnson NPR news Washington One in every four renters is having trouble paying the rent That's according to NPR's recent poll with the Robert wood Johnson foundation and Harvard's TH Chan school of public health and beer Selena Simmons duffin reports when renters cut costs and move in with others that can help the coronavirus spread When Erica cuellar lost her job and her husband's hours were cut they got worried about making the rent for their Houston home So they broke their lease and moved in with cuellar's dad A few months later in July 2020 her husband came home from work sick He got COVID I got COVID My two year old got COVID My dad got COVID UCLA epidemiologist Katherine life height says when paying the rent as a struggle people move in together or even go to a shelter That increases your number of contacts in the community And it increases the efficiency with which COVID can spread Her research supports the argument that stopping evictions can help slow the spread Salinas have been Stefan and PR news Russia is hosting officials from the Taliban in Afghanistan and ten other nations Russia is not formally recognizing the Taliban as Afghanistan's new rulers but Ampere's Charles maines says Russia wants to prevent instability in the region not far from its own borders On the one hand there embracing closer contacts with the Taliban following the U.S. withdrawal developing influence over what happens inside their calling for an inclusive ethnic government seen that is key to a more stable Afghanistan On the other Russia is even more concerned about what happens beyond Afghanistan making sure nothing happens that could destabilize Central Asian allies with whom Moscow shares a joint security pact And Pierre's Charles Maine's reporting This is NPR news This is WNYC in New York four minutes after 7 o'clock Good morning I'm David first Sunshine today hive 73 this afternoon It's 60° now in Central Park New York City voters had their first chance to see the leading mayoral candidates on a debate stage last night WNYC's Bridget Bergen reports Standing at two podiums in person at the WNBC studios Democrat Eric Adams the current Brooklyn borough president and Republican Curtis Sliwa head of the volunteer crime fighting guardian angels fielded an hour's worth of questions covering a lot of ground quickly from their positions on vaccine mandates Adams supports sliwa opposes to whether New York should remain a sanctuary city Adam supports sliwa opposes again In a dark suit tie in pocket square Adams kept his hands folded on the podium complaining when sleek broke debate rules In his standard red cap sleeve replaced his usual props with lots of gesticulating There weren't many fireworks but the pair will go another round in a second debate next week Following mayor de Blasio's announcement that all New York City government workers will have to get the COVID-19 vaccine the head of one of the firefighters unions has vowed to fight it United firefighters association president Andrew Anne's bro says his union is exploring all avenues to prevent the new order from taking effect on November 1st He says public lives would be in danger if firefighters opt to stay home rather than take the shots It's very hard to step a fire houses as it is We will definitely be closing firehouses if the amount of people that have told me they're not going to get vaccinated If they get sent home there's going to be serious operational problems And it's pro added that the requirement would impact over 3500 active duty first responders who are unvaccinated The city's original vaccine mandates have withstood legal challenges so far Two unmasked New York City police officers are being disciplined after they were caught on camera earlier this week ejecting a subway passenger after he asked them why they weren't wearing masks Police commissioner dermot Shea calls the incident inexcusable but says the officers would not face the strictest punishments Nobody's getting fired over this incident Nobody's getting suspended over this incident But at the same time I'm not in any way shape or form attempting to downplay that I think we're better than that I think the public deserves better than that The man forcibly removed by the officers tells WNYC that he is disappointed with the police commissioner's response the chairman of the MTA says officers can't enforce the mask requirement if they aren't wearing masks 60° now a high of 73 today tonight partly cloudy with a chance of showers tomorrow mostly sunny with a high near 70 This is WNYC.
KFI AM 640
"el monte" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Woman was driving a black Mercedes Benz when it crashed into the freeways. Right shoulder sound wall. This happened after the shooting news brought to you by MIKE Diamond. The smell good plumber fires damaged a hotel being built in Hollywood. L A City fire says The two story hotel was under construction when the fire broke out around 8 30 this morning on Sunset Boulevard. One person was inside the hotel at the time of the fire. An early Taco Bell location in South Orange County, featuring the fast food chain's original design is permanently shutting its doors. The restaurant on South Coast Highway in Laguna Beach will officially close on Tuesday after 54 years in business. News of the closure was posted to Facebook by the franchise owner Steve Smith. Was that the restaurant lost its lease. The Laguna Beach location opened five years after the chain was founded in 1962 in Downey by Glen Bell. The original Taco Bell building is still around and is located at the chain's headquarters in Irvine. We've got slowing. In El Monte. It's on the 60 eastbound at the 605. It's an accident that's got the two right lanes blocked in downtown L A on the 10 eat. I'm sorry. The 10 West and Maple Avenue. That's an accident. It's got the center lane blocking your crawling a bit from Alameda Street downtown. And we also on the one on one South that the 1 10 as a multi vehicle action that's been moved to the right shoulder by CHP. But you're still a little slow from Echo Park Avenue. And data 0.5 north at Camino Las Ramblas. That's an action on the right shoulder. It's got a couple vehicles involved there. KF eye in the sky has got to find this guy helps you do there faster. I'm Zachary taken Go early. Staying late. Travel stress free can celebrate. Spike. What you doing? Otis? The Bay Bridge needs a jingle. Yeah, telling people to cross the Bay Bridge early in the morning or late at night. Go early. Stay late. Travel stars. Freedom celebrate. Business is on the eastern Shore are thrilled to have you back early and stay late. Get a bridge traffic updates at the MV to on Twitter or bay bridge dot com. Blocked from God, If you're cool tones on there, and the rest is salad history. I mean the best salad ever, people. And now we're making the best app Caesar responsible..
AP News Radio
Five Homers Help Braves Power Past Phillies, 15-3
"The Braves clobbered the Phillies fifteen three on homers by Freddie Freeman Abraham amante Ozzie Albies Austin Riley in Jack Peterson el Monte had three hits with three RBIs as Atlanta moved back into a second place tie with the fills in the NL east Freeman says it was a good time for his team to break out the offense good to give us a chance on the series and at the start of the structure of the year so this is it this is been going into nola tomorrow so hopefully we got some confidence going into knowing he's you know he's on the structures of the game so we got our hands full all these in Peterson each had three run homers the latter coming up infielder Ronald Torreyes Josh Tomlin picked up the win in relief of John smiley who left the game after four innings due to a sore left knee I'm Dave Ferrie
WTOP 24 Hour News
'Hollywood Ripper' Sentenced to Death for Killing, Mutilating Women
"Known as the Hollywood Ripper has been sentenced to death after being found guilty of killing two women in L. A, including one who was murdered before going on a date with a famous actor Michael Guardiola was convicted of stabbing and mutilating Ashley Lrn in 2000 and one For her date with actor Ashton Kutcher. That night. He also killed Maria Bruno in 2000 and five inside her El Monte apartment before the judge handed down his sentence. The lone survivor of guard Julio's attacks Michelle Murphy, And Ashley Lawrence father told the court how one man destroyed So many lives. February 21st 2000 and one is the day the music diet. Monster exists among us. How was it fair that one person's actions can destroy the lives of so many
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"Hollywood Ripper" Michael Garguilo Sentenced to Death for 2 Murders, Attempted Murder
"The man known as the Hollywood Ripper has been sentenced to death after being found guilty of killing two women in L. A, including one who was murdered before going on a date with a famous actor Michael Guardiola was convicted of stabbing and mutilating Ashley Lrn in 2000 and one For her date with actor Ashton Kutcher. That night. He also killed Maria Bruno in 2000 and five inside her El Monte apartment before the judge handed down his sentence. The lone survivor of guard Julio's attacks Michelle Murphy, And Ashley Lawrence father told the court how one man destroyed So many lives. February 21st 2000 and one is the day the music diet. Monster exists among us. How was it fair that one person's actions can destroy the lives of so many
Real Estate Coaching Radio
"el monte" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio
"Is good. I mean, you know, where we are in Taos, New Mexico. We're seeing a lot of people that obviously exercise. And this is a, you know, in the winter, this place is all about, you know, skiing and sporty involved, right? And you can tell, if people look massively different than some of the other places. We've we've that, you know, I don't know how my head or my brain went from talking about pigs to talking about people, but I don't know, you may need a break, I mean break down. But so, what are you observing from our experience? Thus far? You know, I was thinking about, you know, we started the day in Roswell because, you know, we have kind of a fleeting, you know, interest in this whole alien business and we've, we've followed that from time to time and, and, you know, the reporting on that varies from the sublime to the ridiculous, for sure. And a lot of it was very campy but then there's also the scientific stuff. I forget off before we went to this, the UFO Museum and scientific research center, which was also very. You know, roadside can't be type of thing. But what I was noticing a was there was a lot of sort of overly interested. Guys looking I think they were spending like the whole day. They're like, no, it was, it was a people were staying for like, several days there to go to all the way in charge these stories. Yes, I'm at, frankly, I was ready to get out of there after about 15, I know. So it's like okay so there's there's that. But then I also was noticing like maybe because of some of the displays were so dead. Artsy-fartsy, you know, put together is is how skeptical in general. People are like you know, that's just that's just a myth or whatever and yet there's this scientific stuff. The government is putting out about actual Navy officers, observing actual. You know, I think they've renamed them. They're not UFOs anymore, there something else that sounds a little less threatening. So I was just kind of watching you're talking about that report that came out two weeks ago. Yeah, so in case you guys don't know this frankly if you don't know it you're probably going to live a long healthy life, you'll be fine. You'll need to notice. But if you're just mildly curious, there was a report that came out. I think it was two weeks ago that that I frankly didn't really reveal anything. But in essence it basically said the government is acknowledging. The fact that there's I think they're uae's, right? Yes. And identify page something great. When you do that till you're in, make the fan speed. You're active in louder, right? So we're going to go with that. So the reality of it is is that they are admitting now that there's some u a e s and they are admitting right now that the FAQ I said the people are going to, you know, they're gonna have to eventually come to terms with the heck. These things are so I'm all right. I'll turn on the air-conditioning sensor, nicely complaining. All right, so that's fine. Yeah. Anything better. Yes, thank you. Where we're going from being in the sun to air conditioning and remember where we were when we started the day it was a hundred degrees now it's 72, right. So as far as the aliens stuff goes who knows, right? If she knows just curious to see how people take in the information, and, you know, put it in the grinder and what they end up thinking about it. So that's where we started the day. And then we just arrived here in Taos, which is beautiful. We went through an incredible rain shower, maybe lasted. I don't know, twenty minutes and the temperature dropped thirty degrees. And so of course, the only wanted to know if it was going to snow drop 30° in like 5 minutes, it was amazing. Might snow Zoey, just be patient, you might get some snow. Yes, but it smells really good because there's so many different plants. It's weird to you, but it's normal to birth. We'll live around here, and it's just refreshing. So that's part of our big adventure. But you know, when we were driving through so many of when we're all that land on either side of the road and I was thinking, I hope that people get the opportunity to see not just, you know, there's the open road that's fine, but not just hundreds of Acres or thousands of Acres. I'm pretty sure we were looking at millions of Acres outside found. It would have a little ranch entrance. So and so's Ranch, but you couldn't really tell what they were ranching until you looked way off hundreds of acres and you'd see a herd of tiny little dots which had to be cuddled, you know, I mean these are major operations. Do you remember when we were in Montana? And this was years ago and we were in Big Sky and we were looking, it was around the 4th of July which is ironically around the same time there and I remember looking up at the sky and you could actually see cuz the sky was so clear. You could actually see the bend of this. Apparently, you remember that though. That was amazing. So what we experienced a dog, Driving here with something very similar because obviously you couldn't see the curvature of the Earth from, you know, the ground level. But you the fact that you could see for so many miles and those had to be hundreds of, I mean, it's even pause is even more than that. We're able to see on both sides. It's it's extraordinary to cuz we're only we're often out there driving by ourselves and nobody else was driving there. So he can you chill sister. Doing your best bet. She's very lucky to spend the car for 5 hours. She's doing good though. Yeah, so I mean, that was, those are the types of things visually that once you see them at sort of does cause something emotional, at least I feel it's amazing. Give you a bit of hard reset. It, does, you know, it's good to be just out in a different environment and different things. So, that's pretty much our take on the day. This was not a super long drive. We're still in the same state for example, but we're staying in a lovely place. By the way, if you guys ever get up here to Taos, El Monte Sagrado, which I believe, means the sacred Mountain. So, and I thought a small around here somewhere. So yeah. Oh, I see what you're working towards. Yeah. Okay. Where are we going after this? What's the next destination? Walk around house. After this will be driving north to Colorado, and eventually end up in College Park. So maybe we stay in Taos, maybe tomorrow too. Yeah, I'm done with that. Okay. And we'll go up to Estes Park and then after that, we're going to definitely head towards Montana, indeed. Okay, so what will give if you are in around Taos, New Mexico, Would hang out for Julie and I will be here. And Zoe who's about the end of her? Patience patience. I think she's about to blow a baby few. So we're gonna have to run this podcast a little bit off. Yeah. So do you have anything you want to say? Here's your microphone. You want to say anything a little girl? So go ahead, talk. No, don't be silly. What do you want to say about? What do you think about the trip so far? That's right. That is funny. Why are we at a really fancy? It's still sitting in the car. Has a good observation point. So what do you think? So we're listening to a book called the graveyard book. Yes by Neil Gaiman Gaiman and Zoe. What do you think about the book club you like it or love it? Okay, can you tell him what the book is about? It's pretty complicated. It is. And this is the second, or third time that you. And I believe it's always first time, but if you guys have a chance to listen to something that's off of the real estate menu, which is good. Yep. It's the graveyard book. Yeah, we are finishing the book. No tomorrow. Sweetie tomorrow. Yep. So there you go. Yes. That stays podcast. We're going to when we have a little bit were talk about with you guys. We certainly will. But in the meantime, thank you for all your great feedback on our experience so far. And we are on the road for two months and we're obviously visiting different towns and communities. We're going to be podcasting live every work day and we're going to be sharing with you. Some of our experiences. We are offering a ton of pictures on Instagram and if you're not following us on Instagram it's at Tim and Julie Harris and this podcast should have been streamed live on Instagram and hopefully this is another way for us to communicate with all of you are experienced. What are you doing? You know this cameras working.
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"el monte" Discussed on KFI AM 640
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All Things Considered
Divide emerges on COVID school reopening in rich, poor areas in Los Angeles County School Districts
"Supply as coma cases begin to decline, and campuses look to reopen a pattern has emerged in L. A county school district. It appears schools and more affluent areas are reopening at a faster rate than those in low income regions. KCRW's Daniel Ciara gweilo has more in L. A Times study looked at more than 20 school districts across L, a county from La Kenyatta to El Monte. The results show agrees with higher daily covert infection rates, which typically have higher concentrations of low income families. Are more likely to stay closed. For example, the Garvey district in Rosemead is Majority Asian and Latin X and more than 80% of students there qualify for free or reduced lunch when Garvey will reopen, however, still remains unclear. In contrast, La Kenyatta, which has a small percentage of low income students and students of color Has maintained one of the lowest covert infection rates and L. A county that district started welcoming back its youngest students to campus in November. And this disparity in L. A education's not new, The pandemic has exposed a longstanding digital divide in L. A many residents of low income areas in South and east L. A have had challenges with Internet access. Taking walking
"el monte" Discussed on 790 KABC
"John Phillips. It's Ben Shapiro at three, then Dan Biology No moves up to five PM bench appear. Oh, and Dan Bongino on your drive home today on 7 90 kbc traffic, then Alexis a great way to get the news. Don't believe us. Just say Let's say enable the KBC AM skills. Okay, Here's the M seven months. Hey, ABC. KBC Dependable traffic. Coupland. The SIG alert continues the tennis shut down in both directions in between Mountain Avenue and Euclid Avenue because of police activity, Take the 60 or the 2 10 instead on Terrio on the 60 eastbound Euclid stall in the right lane. It's stop and go from Phillips Ranch South El Monte on the 60 West bounded Rosemead crashing the two left lanes. It's an overturned car. Traffic is stopped from the 605 and I mills has stopped traffic on the 91 eastbound from Imperial Highway there. Gypsum Canyon Moore Park, the 1 18. He's bound to Colin's accident being reported stopping go from Los Angeles Avenue. That's dependable traffic. I'm Kevin Trip on Am 7 80 KBC with major. It's software dot com accounting Keep your time and my money my capital here serial entrepreneur way Entrepreneurs are always improving hard listening skills. My dad told me at age 29. Michael, You're a man. Now you're about to be married. You have responsibilities. You'd be a fool to start your own business..
"el monte" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Life that they move around us is covert testing, covert testing, So I know you both have escape route on these things. I found the escape route and then I bummed out of there, but they're so that the El Monte Police Department Trap you in a deal. I like checkpoint and force you Tonto, you know to render whatever you gotta render, and there will be checked. And you know where all the civil libertarians on this and where the you know my body. My my choice. Where is all that? Well, Mark. It was just something. I'm you. You eluded, obviously being stopped. But is this a voluntary thing once people are stopped? Mm. I didn't. Um, I still on Yeah, Yeah, yeah, I didn't get I did, I would allow myself go through. I know there was a new escape route because that was the only way the checkpoints are legal. And I found it and got out. You know, I know Most people don't know that. So I don't know what it was. I don't know. They're yanking you out of your car. And, you know, sticking something where it doesn't belong and you go from there. Now I get it, You know, certainly, Public health authorities were granted considerable power, uh, went to deal with the epidemics and some of it does get obviously pretty invasive. We know obviously about quarantines, mask, mandates and lockdowns. All of which are within the legal purview of governments beneath the federal level. What the you know what the invasiveness would be considered the invasiveness level of covert testing. I don't know It's a good question. I know that surveillance immune surveillance has been done. Among populations, especially early in the course of the pandemic to see you know, what are we talking about here? But that zumba thing I would think they would have to get your consent to actually do the test. Um so that be interesting to know more before she gets home. I'm gonna post on my Twitter timeline at Nan Hayworth. I'm gonna post References for recommended daily allowances so that everybody can look and see from them and see if I'm indeed zinc on just a note or two about corsets, and so everybody can access those things. More with Dan Hayworth coming up in moments right here on the John Phillip Show, Talk radio 7 90 k A B C. We call him really want him. He's a chocolate lab, His belly itch and he would actually lay in the grass and stood across the to scratch and Sheba, his sister. She scratched it eight years for bed, and she shook her head so much she wind up with cauliflower years. D I n.
"el monte" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Another month. Thanks. That way. Yeah. I'm a gentleman. Thank you guys. Tony Jordan San If I should get the morning traffic, Tony, what's going on? Well, another problematic to your drive on the 10 Freeway. This is westbound side just past the 1 10, and they're saying it's a fender bender that's blocking the left lane. So traffic slowing down just before the 1 10. It'll stay busy up ahead all the way out towards national if you see anything else along the way, always let me know about it on the traffic tip line, pounded to 50 on your cell phone. Key word. So Cal Traffic light downside of the 1 10 slows from slashing over towards the 10 freeway. Speaking of the 10 in Baldwin Park West Bounce, I just hope we get to Francis kiddo. There's an accent. They're taking away the carpool lanes who are seeing delays at Vincent, but looks good up ahead in El Monte and on the South bound side of the 65 freeway. Just before you get to telegraph Freeway seven Control is running a traffic break. So they get stalled truck. Adam Miller room middle of the freeway traffic. It is kind of sluggish there at Whittier Boulevard, but in good pass that is making me over towards the 91 into sory does. The traffic report sponsored by the California Labor and Workforce Development Agency. It's your employer's job to protect you from from workplace hazards. If your employer is not keeping you safe from Kobe 19 at work, you have the right to file a complaint. Know your rights visit D i r dot see a doctor of forward slash Cove. It After traffic. I'm Tony Jordan with Valentine in the morning and waited for three. My FM. Any credit card can offer cash back, but only discover matches all the cash back you've earned at the end of your first year. It's like getting one of those birthday cards that shaped like cash. So you already know there's cash inside before opening it, But in this case, it's stuffed with your first.
KFI AM 640
"el monte" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Neighbors heard gunshots and some sort of commotion. Green says a woman was waiting for officers outside. Her boyfriend was still inside. We have one male adult who is deceased, was pronounced dead inside the apartment suffering from it least one gunshot wound. The female is safe, not injured and with our investigators this time, green, says the man, a wom woman. We're living together, and it's not clear why they were targeted for the invasion. The L. A County Board of Supervisors has been presented with a list of options for removing sheriff being away. Ava, Supervisor Hilda's Alisa's, the sheriff has failed to transparently cooperate with the board. There have been multiple attempts to ensure transparency of the sheriff's operation and a whole, the department and the sheriff accountable. Misconduct and even harassment of county colleagues. Lawyers for the county presented methods for removal, which include a recall election or changing the county charter. The board will now review the options before deciding whether to take action on booting the in a wave. A from office that crash on the one of one of the queen to pass is now clear Shit Boulevard. Everything out of lanes but your stuff from Western Avenue downtown l. A. The 1 10 south bound before Olympic crash to block the center lane. You're jammed up from the one on one. Course in a crash cleared on the fourth of five South bound before Carson Street, But you're slow from Inglewood Avenue and in South El Monte, the $65 found after the 60 disabled vehicle blocks the luck plane. You're on the brakes from Washington. Slow. Go through Anaheim Hills tonight. The 91 he found between were can't he wrote and Gypsum Canyon Road KF eye in the sky helps get you there faster. I'm gave Joseph All right, let's talk about saddlebag. Yes, Lisa, my eyesight. Right? Thanks to Dr Bangor and the Laser Light LASIK exam. Yes, the laser.
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"el monte" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"The situation from ABC News. I'm Richard can sue. The FBI has joined the probe of a predawn explosion Saturday. If the first Works Baptist Church in El Monte, California, where the pastor Bruce Me, here, is known for anti covert vaccination and anti LGBT views, many have labeled a hate speech. El Monte police chief David Reno So it's too soon really to stay with the boat of is behind this. Hopefully, we could identify and wrestles people who are responsible. This then we will learn the border. At that time. The explosion caused damage to the church. But no injuries. Top aides to President Biden have begun talks with a bipartisan group of moderate senators on the nearly $2 Trillion Pandemic relief proposal. Maine Republican Susan Collins wants to focus on a less expensive, more targeted proposal. The U. S. Sailed past 25 million cases of covert 19 and nearly 420,000 deaths. There is a new glimmer of hope, though covered cases air now declining across all regions of the country and hospitalizations are the lowest since December. 14 and now President Biden is issuing a new travel ban restricting travel from South Africa as well as reimposing the travel ban for Brazil, the UK, Ireland and 26 European countries. As variants of the virus from South Africa and the UK spread around the world, baby, She's Kenneth Molten, the House today said set to deliver the lone article of impeachment against former president Trump delivered to the Senate. A B. C S mark. Rebel Art has the story. The single article of impeachment charges trump with incitement of insurrection after the attack on the capital. Earlier this month, a Senate will begin its trial February 8th in order to give Trump and his legal team time to prepare its defense. Democratic Senator Bob Menendez called on Republicans to convict Trump. The question is Do you hold your oath to the Constitution higher than your fealty? Tonto President Trump Some Republicans already questioning the legality of the Senate trial. ABC is Mark Malard. This'll summer. Give your kid a chance to get ahead while learning like a college student with Georgetown University Summer High School Sessions, Explorer Online programs in over 35 subjects at summer dot Georgetown dot e. D u Free healthcare hundreds to more than $1000 per month and disability compensation and tens of thousands for college tuition. These are just some of the U. S Department of Veterans Affairs..
The Ben Shapiro Show
Authorities investigate explosion at anti-gay Los Angeles County church
"Is continuing following the bombing of a controversial church. No injuries were reported in the explosion at First Works Baptist Church in El Monte, which is known for anti gay teachings. Pastor Bruce Mahia says his doctrine since the church was founded always included condemnation. Of same sex relationships. No arrests have been made in the attack. I'm Cameron Fairchild,
FBI investigates explosion at anti-LGBTQ church in California
"The FBI are investigating explosion and vandalism in a church in El Monte El Monte. Police reportedly heard the explosion and fire fighters arrive to smoke coming from the first Works Baptist Church around 1 15 this morning. No one was hurt. The church has been the target of recent protests against teachings against the LGBT Q. Community
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"el monte" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Homicides, which he says was part of a nationwide trend. He says Grand theft auto was up because everyone was parked at home. At the Hall of Justice. Steve Gregory Ko Phi News. Now we're looking at a stall on the four or five. It's in Huntington Beach on the south four or five Beach Boulevard. It's in the right lane, trying to move to the right shoulder waiting on the tow truck, though it looks like they've had a couple of calls out to get somebody to tow them out of the way that something going on in Diamond Bar Now it is the West 60 at the South 57 this really kind of confusing area here at the Kellogg Interchange Jackknife Rig it looks like and slowing begins right around Grand. If I in the sky is sponsored by injury, attorney Superwoman super lawyer dot com Jeff Boss somebody stuck on the 7 10. Yeah, not good for a couple reasons. Stop out! Shut down! 7 10 Imperial just before the 105 of food trucks in middle of the freeway. So from Florence. Our big problem is almost working on more than an hour now. El Monte Baldwin Park East 10 past 6052 Separate crashes overturned right. Three left lanes are blocked. It's backed up to peck. You'll spend a lot of time there. North 605 to the east End is open. But that's really slow. Coming up from the 60 Freeway, the East 60 east to 10 going through the 605 still in pretty good shape injured in an accident business superwoman super lawyer dot com. Jump ball. Okay. L find the sky. Okay, A pie in the sky helps get you there Faster. I'm robbing banks, Kawai Lettered and Paul George each put up 21 points against the Golden State Warriors on the way to a very satisfying final buzzer..
Tim Conway Jr.
Los Angeles Metro To Offer Free Rides On Election Day
"Metro's offering free rides to people in L. A on election day that goes for buses and trains. The Metro Bikeshare program will offer the 1st 30 minutes for free, then 1 75 for each 30 minutes after that, free or reduced fare rides will also be offered by the city of L. A Department of Transportation. Culver City Bus, the Palace Verities Peninsula Transit Authority, Pasadena. Transit and Montebello Bus Lines, Union Station and El Monte Station are being used as official vote center's
The Frankie Boyer Show
Magnitude 4.5 Earthquake Strikes Near South El Monte In Los Angeles Area
"As if there weren't enough issues with pandemics and wild fires. A preliminary 4.5 magnitude earthquake struck the Los Angeles area, according to the U. S Geological Society. The quick was centered less than two miles west southwest of South El Monte. The focal point of the earthquake was thesis Location has a magnitude 5.9. Whittier Narrows Earthquake in 1987. The quake is one of the largest to hit the Los Angeles Basin. In the last five years. There were reports felt in La Habra, Long Beach, Oxnard, Ontario, Pasadena and near the Beverly Hills area, as well as other regions throughout L. A county. There have been no reports of damages or injuries around the city of L. A.
All Things Considered
Federal investigators begin probe of tour bus crash that killed three
"Federal investigators are going through the wreckage of a tour bus that crashed this week in the San Diego area the charter bus was operated by a company based in el Monte case reviews Evan George has more the charter bus was headed to San Ysidro and then on to Tijuana but never made it early Saturday around Fallbrook in San Diego county it veered off I. fifteen and rolled down an embankment landing upside down three people died seventeen other passengers were hospitalized and that included a five year old boy who was critically injured now the crash occurred as rain was hitting the region and the driver appears to have swerved a federal team from the national transportation safety board or NTSB was center Fallbrook to investigate cases of these Evan George a woman from Pasadena is among those killed the LA times reports the bus picked up writers in el Monte Baldwin park Pomona and
All Things Considered
Ashton Kutcher Is ''Expected to Testify'' Against Serial Killer Accused of Murdering a Woman He Dated
"Opening statements started today in the trial of a man that police in LA in Chicago have called a serial sexual thrill killer, Michael goulash is accused of stabbing to death to women in the LA area, including an ex girlfriend of Acton of actor Ashton Kutcher with more on that. Here's KCRW Daryl sets been prosecutors say gargle. Methodically stocked his victims and plotted the perfect opportunity to attack them in their homes. The first victim twenty two year old Ashley Ellen was found dead in her Hollywood hills house in two thousand one he had dated cooker, and he could be called to testify in the trial for years after Lawrence murder. Thirty two year old Maria Bruno was slain at her home in El Monte another victim survived in. Jack and Santa Monica in two thousand eight carpool and air conditioning repairman was arrested that same year when DNA evidence linked him to the crimes the forty three year old denies any involvement in the killings. Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty gargle also accused of killing an eighteen year old woman in Chicago in the nineteen ninety he'll be sent Illinois to face trial in that case after this trial
El Monte, Joe Myers and Palmdale discussed on KABC Programming
"Talk radio seven ninety. KABC news I'm Joe Myers police on the lookout for hit and run driver who killed a woman in Palmdale it happened. Just, before midnight is the victim was walking southbound on Sierra highway south of Vincent view road they're seeking the driver of. A silver SUV possibly Alexis a woman is. Fighting for her life after. Suffering severe burns to her face in body, when someone poured an, unidentified chemical on her in El Monte the, attack happened sometime. Around one AM police found the victim lane driveway on Durfee road, seven ninety KABC socal weather today.