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"fernando herrera" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"fernando herrera" Discussed on AP News

"AP News I'm Jackie Quinn. President Trump has suggested for the first time that he will step aside to Joe Biden on Inauguration Day. But he still alleging without evidence that there was fraud that cost him the election. This election was a fraud. It was a rigged election. I mean, I hate to say it, but this was a rigged At the highest level, then trump pushback on a reporter trying to look Between you people don't ask. Don't talk to me that way. You're just you're just a lightweight. Don't talk to me that don't talkto. I'm the president of the United States Don't ever talk to the president that way Cove in 19 dominates this year's Thanksgiving celebrations. Millions of Americans heeded warnings to stay at home and keep gathering small while others traveled out of state, bringing fears of a new super spreader event. In New York. Gatherings were limited to 10 people, while the Supreme Court struck down a rule that limited capacity it places of worship our Mike Hampton reports. The high court is far in New York from enforcing limits on attendant said churches and synagogues in areas designated as hard hit by the virus. The justices voted 54 with new Justice Amy Cockney parrot in the majority in Southern California. There's another holiday problem. Santa Ana winds are raising the fire Dane You're level. Southern Edison cut off power to thousands of homes as a precaution. Cal fire captain Fernando Herrera says the crews are ready for expected wildfires Death. 24 hours,.

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"fernando herrera" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"fernando herrera" Discussed on AP News

"British government says it's formally asked the country's medical regulatory agency to assess whether a Corona virus vaccine developed by AstraZeneca, an Oxford University should be authorized for use. This comes amid questions about preliminary results based on a dozing error among vaccine volunteers. President Trump reached out to US troops overseas by video call today. Then he took questions from reporters about whether he'll leave the White House on Inauguration day. Certainly, I will and you know that. But I think that there will be a lot of things happening between now in the 20th of January. Trump continues to allege without evidence the election was tainted by voter fraud. Italian authorities say they'll engage in an experiment with Delta Airlines and Alitalia. It would allow travelers to forego a quarantine if they test negative two days before they leave. And when they arrive in Italy. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News I'm Jackie Quinn. President Trump has suggested for the first time that he will step aside to Joe Biden on Inauguration Day. But he still alleging without evidence that there was fraud that cost him the election. This election was a fraud. It was a rigged election. I mean, I hate to say it, but this was a rigged At the highest level. Then Trump pushed back on a reporter trying to look Between you people don't ask. Don't talk to me that way. You're just you're just a lightweight. Don't talk to me that don't talkto, the president of the United States Don't ever talk to the president that way Cove in 19 dominates this year's Thanksgiving celebrations. Millions of Americans heeded warnings to stay at home and keep gathering small while others traveled out of state, bringing fears of a new super spreader event. In New York. Gatherings were limited to 10 people, while the Supreme Court struck down a rule that limited capacity it places of worship our Mike Hampton reports. The high court is far in New York from enforcing limits on attendant said churches and synagogues in areas designated as hard hit by the virus. The justices voted 54 with new Justice Amy Cockney parrot in the majority in Southern California. There's another holiday problem. Santa Ana winds are raising the fire danger. You're level. Southern Edison cut off power to thousands of homes as a precaution. Cal fire captain Fernando Herrera says the crews are ready for expected wildfires Death. 24 hours, meaning those dozer operators there Dozers are loaded on their tractor trailer, and those guys are saying at a fire station. They're sleeping there and they're ready to go. Fans of Diego Maradona gathered and Buenos Aris today, paying their last respects to the soccer legend. Some Warners tried to break through barriers so they could file past his coffin. This is AP News. For some of us. The pandemic means we're packing on the pounds in the World Health Organization's concerned, the U. N. Health agency says 25% of adults and 80% of adolescents do not get enough physical activity in their daily lives. Argue their physical activity is important to prevent heart disease, diabetes and cancer and also boost brain health producing symptoms of depression and.

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"fernando herrera" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"fernando herrera" Discussed on AP News

"Measurements to prevent The spread live in the middle seat, open and boarding road by Rose started from the bag writing. Santa Ana winds lead to extreme fire Danger warnings from much of southern California power outages for more than 76,000 homes and businesses in five counties are possible today to prevent down lines from starting wildfires. Forecasters say the hot, dry winds will continue through the weekend. I'm Tim McGuire. Santa Ana winds blow from the interior toward the coast that creates potentially critical fire conditions with the combination of vegetation, withering, low humidity and powerful gusts, especially below mountain passes and canyons. The Santa ANAs will affect the region from Ventura County, northwest of Los Angeles, Down to the Mexico border through the holiday and into the weekend, Cal fire captain Fernando Herrera tells Que es que crews are on 24 hour call. Those guys are staying at a fire station. They're sleeping there and they're ready to go. The winds could also bring blackouts. Southern California Edison is considering shutting off electricity to more than 76,000 customers. To avoid power lines, sparking wildfires. I'm Ben Thomas Red Flag. Warnings of extreme fire danger go into effect for a large swath of Southern California with Cina Ana winds developing Santa Ana winds blow from the interior toward the coast. That creates potentially critical fire conditions with the combination of vegetation, withering low humidity and powerful gusts, especially below mountain passes and canyons. The Santa ANAs will affect the region from Ventura County, northwest of Los Angeles. Down to the Mexico border through the holiday and into the weekend, Cal fire captain Fernando Herrera tells Que es que cruiser on 24 hour call. Those guys are staying at a fire station. They're sleeping there and they're ready to go. The winds could also bring blackouts. Southern California Edison is considering shutting off electricity to more than 76,000 customers. To avoid power lines, sparking wildfires that has Linda Lick INS and Riverside County worried about her Thanksgiving dinner, hopefully won't look out. I'm praying. I'm Ben Thomas..

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Santa Ana winds to bring fire danger to Southern California

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 1 year ago

Santa Ana winds to bring fire danger to Southern California

"Red flag warnings of extreme fire danger go into effect for a large swath of southern California with Santa Ana winds developing Santa Ana winds blow from the interior toward the coast that creates potentially critical fire conditions with the combination of vegetation withering low humidity and powerful gusts especially below mountain passes and canyons the Santa Anas will affect the region from Ventura county northwest of Los Angeles down to the Mexico border through the holiday and into the weekend cal fire captain Fernando Herrera tells KESQ crews are on twenty four hour call those guys are staying at a fire station they're sleeping there and they're ready to go the winds could also bring blackouts southern California Edison is considering shutting off electricity to more than seventy six thousand customers to avoid power lines sparking wildfires that has Linda Lincoln's in riverside county worried about her thanksgiving dinner hopefully we'll we'll go out and train I'm Ben Thomas

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"fernando herrera" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"fernando herrera" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Pandemic. First of all, crews fighting the so called Apple Fire in the San Bernardino Mountains in southern California have added new mass fever screening technology that uses thermal image ING to detect high temperatures. By the hot spot showing up in red on the Monitor. Three. Several 100 firefighters coming through there and basically scene of temperatures are elevated. Cal Fire captain Fernando Herrera says they can give false readings to his firefighters after battling hot fires and hot temperatures are going to have an elevated temperature. But for the most part, works well as Faras. Evacuations go residents when arriving at an evacuation site stay in their cars for screening. Jim Route LOS Angeles. The death toll from Cove in 19 in the U. S has topped 156,000. A tropical storm has left more than three million people on the East Coast without power. Correspondent Jeff McKay, he says has blasted New Jersey with winds on Long Beach Island clocked at over 100 miles an hour. Governor Phil Murphy said a 2 p.m. Over one million power customers were in the dark statewide it could take days to restore power to some state residents. A state of emergency is in effect throughout New Jersey. On Wall Street, The Dow Jones industrial average rose 164 points, the S and P 512 man W male news at 10 0 to Brian, he said. Yes is gone left the storm's wake down trees, power lines and flooding, Austin Mansfield with the National Weather Service says while the conditions were dangerous, developed more and the Washington metro areas and even further north a CZ well like Southern Maryland with tree found tire lines down so far, we have one injury. Confirmed with a tree down on a vehicle in Montgomery County. They're still trying to figure out of tornadoes Touchdown in Calvert in ST Mary's County. Some parts of our region received more than 1/2 a foot of rain. Despite Governor Larry Hogan's order, Montgomery County's health director, says some private schools could still be close. Maryland's largest school system grew by 2500 students this school year, giving the county's 207 public schools 165,200 students at all. Montgomery has done nothing but grow. In the past decade, adding 11,000 students in what's become one of the nation's most diverse school systems. With more than 150 languages spoken, the growth has left dozens of schools over enrolled with many using portable classrooms. But school officials say that only a good sign that Montgomery's.

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"fernando herrera" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"fernando herrera" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Are discussing a Corona Riders relief bill. Correspondent Linda Kenyon is on Capitol Hill. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer is part of the Democratic negotiating team. He says he and the House speaker Nancy Pelosi, you're standing firm on what he calls a big, bold response. A skinny bill that just touches on one or two of the many problems a bill that says If we have a 1,000,000 starving kids who aren't getting fed, we should compromise and feed half of them. That doesn't work. The Senate's top Republican Senator Mitch McConnell, says his caucus, although fragmented, is not likely to support a bloated package. A major wildfire continues to burn their Los Angeles during the pandemic. First of all, crews fighting the so called Apple Fire in the San Bernadino Mountains in southern California have added new mass fever screening technology that uses thermal image ING to detect high temperatures. By the hot spot showing up in red on the monetary can free several 100 firefighters coming through there and basically scene of their temperatures are elevated. Cal Fire captain Fernando Herrera says it can give false readings to his firefighters after battling hot fires and hot temperatures are going to have an elevated temperature. But for the most part, works well as Faras. Evacuations go residents when arriving at an evacuation site stay in their cars for screening. Jim Group LOS Angeles. The death toll from Cove in 19 in the U. S has topped 156,000. A tropical storm has left more than three million people on the East Coast without power Correspondent Jeff McKay Jesus has blasted New Jersey with winds on Long Beach Island clocked at over 100 miles an hour. Governor Phil Murphy said at two PM over one million power customers were in the dark.

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"fernando herrera" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"fernando herrera" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"K L Z to Las Vegas Ah Beasley Media Group Station. Crowds in the White House are discussing a Corona Riders relief bill. Correspondent Linda Kenyon is on Capitol Hill. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer is part of the Democratic negotiating team. He says he and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, you're standing firm on what he calls a big, bold response. It's a skinny bill that just touches on one or two of the many problems a bill that says If we have a 1,000,000 starving kids who aren't getting fed, we should compromise and feed half of them. That doesn't work. The Senate's top Republican senator Mitch McConnell, says his caucus, although fragmented, is not likely to support a bloated package. A major wildfire continues to burn their Los Angeles during the pandemic. First of all, crews fighting the so called Apple Fire in the San Bernadino Mountains in Southern California have added new mass fever screening technology that uses Emel imaging to detect high temperatures by the hot spot showing up in red on the monetary can screen several 100 firefighters coming through there and basically seen if their temperatures are elevated. Cal Fire captain Fernando Herrera says it can give false readings, too, is firefighters after battling hot fires and hot temperatures are going to have an elevated temperature, but For the most part, works well as Faras. Evacuations go residents when arriving in an evacuation site stay in their cars for screening. Jim Roop LOS Angeles The death toll from Cove in 19 in the U. S has topped 156,000. A tropical storm has left more than three million people on the East Coast without power. Correspondent Jeff McKay, he says, has blasted New Jersey with winds on Long Beach Island clocked at over 100 miles an hour. Governor Phil Murphy said a 2 p.m. Over one million power customers were in the dark.

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"fernando herrera" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"fernando herrera" Discussed on KCRW

"Cal Fire captain Fernando Herrera says more than 2000 fire crews from all across the state are fighting the blaze ordered evacuations and place remain in effect. There is no time frame that we have when we can start looking and re populating any of these areas. This is a major fire and it will be going on for a couple of days. Fire. It's 5% contained. As of this morning. Evacuation orders and advisories have been issued for about 1000 people. A mountain canyon and foothill neighborhoods, campgrounds and hiking trails are closed in the sand Begonia Wilderness area of the San Bernardino National Forest. One home has been destroyed, but no injuries have been reported. Meanwhile, a second fire a 200 acre brushfire near the five freeway and Gorman is now 20% contained in L. A firefighters have stopped his forward progress. The fire started near the North bound five and Gorman post road around seven o'clock last night. Four water dropping helicopters were used to try to bring the flames under control. Video footage released from LAPD officer Body Cams of a recent protests in the Fairfax district has been released. The footage shows a protester with his hands up as he shot in the head with a less than lethal round. When officers tried to contain demonstrations against police brutality case here, W's Lori Parole has more. The video released on Friday shows that protests were falling to the ground while advancing officers continue to fire projectiles into the crowd. LAPD officials are calling the incident and unintentional head strike. The man told the L A times he did not pose a threat to police before he was hit and that he was targeted. The footage shows two other protesters helping him to his feet and then rushing away together. Times sends the 23 year old spent four days in the hospital. Two of them in an I C U the protest added fuel to the fire about police brutality, the PD's use of excessive force and de escalation tactics, among other things. Shooting is under investigation by the PDS Force Investigation division. The department says it's investigating 125 complaints from the protests, including 50 for involving officers using force for K C R w I'm Larry Peral. The time says the LAPD releases footage from incidents in which officers cause serious bodily injury after 45 days, But the department can share video earlier. At its discretion. Support for NPR comes from the Joyce Foundation committed to advancing racial equity and economic mobility for the next generation in the Great Lakes region, Learn Maura Joyce Fdn. Gotta work. On this Monday. You are listening to K C. R w We are NPR news for Southern California It's six of seven This is morning edition from NPR News. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm no well king, more Americans are expected to cast their ballots by mail in November's election than ever before, is the U. S Postal Service prepared Postmaster General Lewis The Joy is in charge. He was appointed back in May, saying this the Postal Service is older than our nation. We have served the United States to extraordinary circumstances such as wars, pandemics and economic depressions. But we stand on the shoulders of the men and women who built this institution. Do Joy has donated to President Trump's campaign. He was appointed by the governing board of the Postal Service. The Washington Post now reports that since he arrived, there's been some cost cutting, eliminating overtime, allowing allowing carriers to just leave male behind it distribution centers if they thought it would cause a delay for carriers. Some Democrats want to know what's going on, and they wrote a letter to do joy asking as much. One of them is Congressman Jerry Connelly of Virginia. Who's with me now. Good morning, sir. Good morning. Why do these reported operational changes like eliminating overtime concern you? Because it interferes with the deliver of mail. Wait. Mail volume has gone down. But for example, package delivery has gone up. But as we're getting ready for this election and remember absentee ballots in many states start in mid September, so male Mail ballot are, you know just weeks away and seeing disruption of service, saying cutbacks in actual filling up with trucks and delivering a male on The same day and cutting back on overtime is a direct threat to our ability to carry out this election by mail. How so when you think in your head of the nightmare scenario, the thing that that inspired you to write this letter saying, what's going on? What are you envisioning might happen exactly? For example, you live in a state that says a ballot has to be postmarked by the day of the election November 3rd and and Ah and it and it has to be delivered within a week, say November 3rd. And it's delivered, say, 10 days after November 3rd, your ballot is invalidated if you live in a state that says the ballot has to be delivered by November 3rd. Then you're really in trouble if you mail of a few days before it, and because of these disruptions in delivery, it doesn't get there in time. Okay, So you wrote this letter to the postmaster general a few weeks ago. What kind of response did you get from him? The response we got was from the general counsel, and it was really a non response response. It said. We don't really because these are operational efficiencies. We didn't need to go through either the Postal Board of Governors or the Postal Regulatory Commission To get their consent for these changes. They said We have the right to do this. They didn't address the concern that correct. Okay, let me put this one to you. The Postal Service is dealing with riel financial pressures. That's been the case for several years now, a spokesman has said. They're trying to ensure financial stability Now, one way you could imagine them doing that is by eliminating overtime, for example. It isn't some of this. Isn't it possible that some of this is a necessary reality? Well, you know, there's been a number of inspector general reports and what their fingered is the need for new technology for cost efficiency. And new. Ah, you know efficiencies in how they operate, but they have not fingered inefficiencies in the workforce. A zoo. Matter of fact, I've talked about chronic work. Ah. Needs in terms of additional staffing, So I don't think that's really the problem. And I don't think it's a coincidence that the new postmaster general is a political pick. He's not a careerist is no background in postal issues. And he's installed in May takes office in July, just months before a critical election. The president is losing and we've had directly from the president. His views of the postal Service, which that it's too big and that all of their problems will go away. They just increased the price of packages. And that's sort of a shot at Amazon and Jeff Bezos. It's not true, but he repeats it. All.

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"fernando herrera" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"fernando herrera" Discussed on KCRW

"They're not predicting a speedy resolution. Kelsey Snell NPR NEWS Washington The head of the White House's Corona virus task force, Dr Deborah Burkes says the pandemic has entered a new phase. NPR's Matthew Schwartz has more. At first, the Corona virus hit the densely populated urban centers. But now, Debra Burkes told CNN State of the union Things have changed. What we're seeing today is different for March and April. It is extraordinarily rides spread its into the rural as equal urban areas and to everybody who lives in a rural area. You are not immune or protected from this virus, Burke says Americans are going on vacation, often to covert hot spots. Getting infected and then bringing the virus back to their communities without even realizing it. Burke says that people in multi generational households with an outbreak in their area Should consider wearing a mask even at home. Matthew Schwartz. NPR NEWS Washington Microsoft says its CEO has consulted with President Trump about purchasing the U. S assets of the video sharing APP TIC TAC. NPR's Bobby Allen reports, Trump initially indicated he does not support a U. S company taking over the Chinese based APP. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella says he's working toe win the administration's okay to complete a deal to take over TIC Tac's operations in the U. S. The White House has threatened to impose economic sanctions against tick talk that would, in effect, be a national ban. It is owned by a Chinese company, which has raised national security fears in Washington. Microsoft says If the deal is approved, it would ensure data on American citizens is not offshored. NPR's Bobby Allen reporting. Microsoft is a financial supporter of NPR. You're listening to NPR news and 604 I'm Cherry Glaser With Casey ar w News. Evacuation orders remain in place this morning for thousands of people after a wildfire near banning in Riverside County exploded in size and force crews to fight flames and triple digit heat. The Apple Fire has burned more than 20,000 acres since breaking out Friday evening. Fire officials allowed flames to run up the side of 11,000 foot mount, saying Gregorio yesterday because it wasn't safe to let crews work in such steep, rugged terrain, according to the U. S Forest Service. Cal Fire captain Fernando Herrera says more than 2000 fire crews from all across the state are fighting the blaze ordered evacuations and place.

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"fernando herrera" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"fernando herrera" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Meanwhile, in southern California, a wildfire north of Palm Springs is forcing the evacuation of thousands were looking at warnings from everything and the Morago reservation and is gonna push up all the way to Highway 62. Basically in I tan area as the fire continues to progress in that direction, Fernando Herrera hundreds are now battling what's been dubbed the Apple Wildfire. America is listening to Fox News. Mostly sunny forecast across central Alabama on this Sunday with today for a new high around 89. Partly cloudy tonight with a low near 70 slight chance for showers and thunderstorms. Tomorrow. Otherwise sunny and hot with a Monday afternoon high of 90. What in the W B R. C. Fox six first Alert Weather Center. I'm meteorologist Fred Hunter on your side. On NewsRadio, 1055 arson Right now. It's 71 degrees at Birmingham's News, Traffic and Weather Station News Radio, 1055 Darcy, if not all tests of the same when it comes to testing for the Corona virus, Michael Doherty of any lab tests now in Stirling says consumers need to do their homework. There's two categories right? There's the swab, which is Do I have active these? That's not an antibody test. Okay, so if you don't have symptoms by and large anyway, having this swab is relevant to see if you were just recently contaminate, which is highly unlikely..

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"fernando herrera" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"fernando herrera" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I'm Bill Seward From the 24 hour Ko Phi newsroom. Three fires that started in Riverside counties, Cherry Valley have converged into one and burn through more than 12,000 acres. At least 7000 people have been ordered out of their homes, and at least one home has been destroyed. Cal Fire captain Fernando Herrera says reinforcements of arrived at least 400 plus firefighters. At the scene. Actively fighting this fire. At least more than 80 engines and obviously a lot of hair resource is helicopters. Air tankers The fire is 0% contained. An evacuation center has been opened at Beaumont High School. Witnesses say they saw a guy lighting three fires Friday night. No arrests have been made. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says talks with White House about a new Corona virus relief bill. We're productive, but a deal has not been reached. He says the administration hasn't done enough just saying Will do halfway doesn't work when people need homes and the jobs and need housing and need help. After a three hour meeting yesterday, Schumer said he and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi expect to continue their discussions with Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and White House chief of Staff Mark Meadows on Monday initial relief measures, including an extra $600 weekly in unemployment benefits. Ended Friday. Some people in quarantine might be a little less lonely. This weekend, NBC foreign Telemundo will be holding a virtual clear the shelters. The animals for adoption event will continue throughout August with online platforms to help families atop its during the pandemic. The cause encourages families to plan their adoptions online, since most shelters have eliminated walk in service and now require people to make appointments..

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"fernando herrera" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"fernando herrera" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Is it clear? F p dot com today New time Shut Secrets now also a potential threat to the millions of the Florida East Coast through Georgia and South Carolina coastlines downgraded tropical Storm diseases right now pounding the Bahamas south east of Florida Storm center is about 100 miles southeast of Fort Lauderdale, Florida Governor Ron two Santas. States of emergency and 16 counties echoing with forecasters say that this storm could strengthen overnight He will start seeing impacts from the storm tonight on then, obviously through tomorrow into tomorrow night, and perhaps beyond that, Palm Beach County Administrator Virginia Baker says school's already a shelters to accept evacuees who khun socially distance and wear masks. And as for those testing, positive and or with coded symptom, and if they have Then we take the appropriate steps to isolate them from the rest of our guest at the shelter, Eyes expected to move near the east coast of Florida later tonight Through Sunday. Three different wildfires that join to create one huge fire overnight is now eating away at California's Cherry Valley. Flames burning over 2000 acres, forcing evacuations. Cal Fire's captain Fernando Herrera, Least 400 plus firefighters at the scene. Actively fight this fire at least more than 80 engines and obviously a lot of hair resource is helicopters. AIR tankers House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is email that negotiations to restore some kind of unemployment benefits to millions. Idol by the Corona virus pandemic have not yet produced a deal, but leaders or their staffs will be meeting for the weekend. White House chief of staff. Mark Meadows is part of the talk. The president is checking in. Literally on hourly basis to see how we're progressing. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin also part of the talks when the leaders are not meeting, says Pelosi, their staff will be working through the weekend. You're listening to ABC News. Have you ever wanted to learn a new language like I Heart Radio's new podcast for gotten Women of Warriors investigates a series of murdered women that have haunted the U. S Mexico border for almost 30 years. The crimes.

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"fernando herrera" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"fernando herrera" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Fight 24 hour news room. The body of actress Ni Rivera has been found in a lake in Ventura County Sheriff Bill Ayoub says Rivera's identity was determined by the clothing on her body blow along with the physical condition and location. She was found in the North eastern portion of the lake. Near the surface of the water. Depth of the water in that area's is between 35 60 feet deep, and there's heavy brush and trees. On the lake that there. Rivera disappeared last Wednesday while swimming with her son in Lake Piru. Carson was found alone on a rented pontoon forward. Progress of a fire in Riverside County's been stopped. Cal Fire spokesman Fernando Herrera says it started in the town of Anza yesterday afternoon north of Kaweah Indian Casino on Highway 3 71 to the Mobile home Park. I have been mitigated, so things are looking really good. Right now. We're starting to move equipment a little bit closer, starting to pick up a lot of the problems, Pereira says. The fire burn well over 50 acres in less than two hours. A White House memo critical of Dr Anthony found has been leaked to the media, ABC Cecilia Vega says the memo lists times with White House officials claim the top U. S infectious disease expert was wrong about covert 19. Many of the quotes were not in their entirety or they weren't from they were from very early on in the outbreak when scientists were still learning about the virus. On top of that. Behind the scenes, the administration officials are privately referring to Fuji is Dr Gloom and Doom. One of the quotes is from the late February when found, she said there was no need to change daily life. The memo leaves out the part where found, she said things would change if community spread started. The memo also points out of time in March, when felt, she said, People should not be wearing masks. At the same time. The U. S surgeon general was also discouraging mask use. A top health official at John Hopkins University has given the country poor marks on the cove in 19 response. We've been getting conflicting messages about Out mask use at the White House level and from state governors. Dr Tom Angles be told Fox News. Americans should not accept the level of ongoing deaths in the country,.

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"fernando herrera" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"fernando herrera" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The body of actress Naya Rivera has been found in a lake in Ventura County Sheriff Bill A. Ube says where there is identity was determined by the clothing on the body along with the physical condition and location. She was found in a north eastern portion of the lake. Near the surface of the water. Depth of the water in that area's is between 35 60 feet deep, and there's heavy brush and trees. On the lake that there she disappeared last Wednesday while swimming with her son in Lake Piru. Her son was found alone on a rented pontoon forward. Progress of a fire in Riverside County has been stopped. Cal Fire spokesman Fernando Herrera says The fire started in the town of Anza this afternoon north of the Kaweah Indian Casino on Highway 3 71 to the mobile home park. Have been mitigated, so things are looking really good. Right now. We're starting to move equipment a little bit closer, starting to pick up a lot of the response, he says The fire burned well over 50 acres in less than two hours. A government watchdog groups is overtime pay at the Department of Water and Power hit a record high last year Transparent. California says that out of a nearly 1.5 $1,000,000,000 payroll, 258 million went to overtime. A guy at the top of the Q T. I mean, the OT earnings list is a security officer whose base salary is nearly $25,000. He got nearly 320,000 on overtime. He earned more than 300,000 and overtime pay in 2018. In the Southern California Toyota dealers Traffic.

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"fernando herrera" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"fernando herrera" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The Santa Ana river bottom cal fire captain Fernando Herrera says mandatory evacuation orders are still in place there's a lot of homes basically to the north of the river bottom densities really tight and so were happy obviously keeping a good eye on that we have a lot of structured offense he's a strong winds pushed the fire early on but those winds have died down the fires burned one hundred seventy five acres and is twenty percent contained a regional power outage has briefly affected LA acts airport spokesman Charles the Nunzio says the outage happened just after noon today the effective power terminals one two three and the Tom Bradley international terminal as well some of our other airport facilities this is how it all terminals was restored in about half an hour president trump is met with public health officials at the national institutes of health to talk about the risk of the covert nineteen corona virus spreading in the U. S. trump was asked today about possibly extending travel restrictions look at a different areas and will make that decision with these professionals we made an early decision based on a little bit of luck I suspect but that was the original decision on China trump says his administration is working closely with states on dealing with the growing threat of the virus health and Human Services secretary Alex aides are says the administration is working on challenges with global supply chains and nine deaths from the coronavirus have now been reported in Washington state most of the deaths in the state have involved people at a long term care facility in Kirkland the first death at the life care center was reported last Wednesday public health officials have said the virus can be serious to the elderly and people with compromised immune systems for the southern California Toyota dealers traffic center we make it easy it's low on the two ten in Pasadena we're looking at the eastbound delays and they're backing up from the one thirty four freeway taking you ahead and stretches to citrus citrus more.

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"fernando herrera" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"fernando herrera" Discussed on 790 KABC

"They become available. Whatever it is a mile and a half area was still vacuum in a major freeway still closed because of the crash, according to fire, captain Fernando Herrera anything that maybe there is concern, obviously, not just to us, but to the military, so we're going to take whatever precautious are necessary to mitigate the incident. No one was seriously hurt. When the f sixteen fighter jet on a training, mission for NORAD filed through the roof of a large warehouse pilot ejected and parachuted to safety. President Trump addressed the national association of real tours today in Washington there. He decried California's overregulation of industries, like real estate. Eight to she the disastrous results of over-regulation. You take a look at what's going on, in California housing, costs are among the highest in the country development restrictions. Make it sometimes impossible to build what they do. I mean years and years of, of turmoil. Police in Pasadena say they're investigating a break in by an armed intruder at school campus. The culprit, apparently spent about fifteen minutes on a campus of Saint, Philip the apostle school early yesterday. The principal says the intruder picked a lock on a girl's bathroom to get on the campus. Then roamed around until being chased off by an alarm that went off, but the person left a large kitchen, knife behind a federal judge in Santa, Ana has a Cessna five hundred thousand dollar fine on the mongo nation motorcycle club, which was convicted of racketeering in December and allowed for the seizure of ammunition and weapons taken in the course of the investigation. But the judge denied prosecutor's request to keep the organization from enforcing its. Trademarks Disneyland could see major damage from potential flood, the US army corps of engineers is saying that the aging product damn near corona needs repairs. And if it fails everything from the theme park to the coast may see what they're calling a significant flood event officials have listed the dams risk category, from moderate to high urgency several other dams across California are at risk as well. And federal officials are now working on risk reduction measures Jason Campidoglio KABC news. The author Herman woke the prolific and immensely, popular writer who explored the moral fallout of World War, Two in the Caine mutiny, the winds of war and war, and remembrance has died at age one hundred three in Palm Springs, he sold millions of books, many of which were dappled for film and television, talk radio seven hundred K ABC's dodgers opening eight-game road trip today against the reds in Cincinnati. The angels, open a nine game homestand tonight is they face off against the Kansas City Royals.

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"fernando herrera" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"fernando herrera" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Live and local. It's twelve noon. I'm Liz Warner. The president is reportedly quite unhappy with Republican negotiators who worked on the bipartisan spending Bill. We're told members of the White House staff have been calling the president's media allies in order to sell them on the idea of the Bill being signed. Here's Kaitlan Collins in Washington, they're making those calls because they know the president sees this negative coverage. It could deter him from signing this Bill as he's come close to doing before. So right now, no White House officials are going as far as to say that the president is going to sign. This Bill, Texas, congressman MAC, Thornberry explained. They're going over the Bill meticulously. Adding it's got some good parts and some bad parts a lot of this. We have passed before. But you're wanna look for surprises. You wanna make sure you know, what's in there? I think it's a deal that most people are not very happy with the question is well as a good enough to move forward. It does include a lot more than one dollar. For border wall. Police are investigating an officer involved shooting at a metro subway station. Downtown LAPD officer Drake Madison says they confronted a man armed with a knife on the seventh street upper platform, just before seven eight officers arrived. They responded the attempted to de-escalate the situation. Listen, lethal watches which was ineffective and in a way. Shooting occurred. The suspect was pronounced dead at the scene and a knife was recovered. It's not clear how long the investigation impacted subway operations, James. Rowe Haas KABC news, the evacuation orders that were issued for residents in the holy fire. Burn area and lake Elsinore are being expanded due to the heavy rain. Cal fire captain Fernando Herrera spoke to NBC four news, folks. At did not heed the warning. It's still early enough. You can still leave before we get massive flooding around the areas, we are putting other areas like the Alvarado area.

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"fernando herrera" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"fernando herrera" Discussed on KPCC

"We can't afford to not fix public education until then she'll be on the picket lines, Emily Elena. Doug, L LA unified says on day. One student attendance was down by two-thirds. The state uses attendance in part to divvy up money to school district. So yesterday cost. A unified about twenty five million dollars. But the district says if you subtract the teachers salaries at didn't pay on Monday that would cut the loss to fifteen million KPCC's airtight got a call today from a student listener and Encino named Kayla. She says she went to school yesterday beginning much at all they just said going to computers, and do whatever you want. They didn't give us any instructions. Really and Kayla says that and other things lead to a talk with her dad I had to my dad like could I not go to school? Could I got totally knocked over because people were watching us and people are saying don't run all over the place. And so my dad said, okay, you don't have to go to school that you had to come to the natural history museum in exposition park, the LA zoo. The Autry museum of the American west the William s Hart museum in Newhall. They're all free for LA unified kids while the strike is on same for Moca. The museum. Of contemporary art, and lack the LA county museum of art is always free for kids seventeen and under and today. LA county says it has dropped admission and parking fees for LA unified students at six county parks. Our second big story today is that storm rolling over southern California this evening second in a series of three in Riverside County, a mandatory evacuation order for neighborhoods below the holy fire. Burn zone. West of lake Elsinore was downgraded to a voluntary order. Cal fire captain Fernando Herrera says they're working to widen catch basins in lake Elsinore and Tabasco with these recent storms, a lot of those bases have filled up to half capacity, we removed a lot of that sentiment and soil that's been accumulated from the racist storms to maintain those bases and reservoirs clear for the next thing coming and if you're headed to the mountains, Shane Massoud with couch fan says you'll need chains be prepared by having chains. When traveling. The mountain communities. There is an active chain control and community. Does not have chains. They will not be permitted to travel in the mountain communities. In addition. We're asking driver just to be prepared have warm clothing. Make sure you have a full tank of gas charged cell phone. Here's something to look forward to it's going to be sunny with highs in the mid sixties this weekend. Day twenty-five, the partial federal government shutdown with no end in sight. Some communities are coming up with ways to help their neighbors who aren't getting a paycheck KPCC's, David Wagner says that includes a church in the empire boxes of food are being taken off a.

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