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Blackfeet Tribe declares state of emergency due to grass fires
"Black feet nation in montana declared a state of emergency sunday due to grass fires and high wind residents in the community of blackfoot were ordered to evacuate as caution browning middle. School was opened as an emergency shelter. According to the tribes incident command caused was being determined sunday as crews work to control the blades by six pm. Twenty-five thousand acres had burned and one structure was
Solar farm to boost tax revenue in Indiana county as coal plant closes
"Schaefer coal coal-fired power plant in jasper county. Indiana is scheduled to shut down in two years when it does about thirty percent of the county's tax base will vanish kendall culp. Jasper county. commissioner says the closure poses difficult questions for local leaders. What does county government look like without your largest taxpayer. Will you be able to provide the same services. Can we still provide public safety in response. Good response time for emergency services and that sort of thing to make up for the lost tax revenue. The county is working hard to attract new businesses and encourage growth new clean. Energy development should provide a boost a solar developer and the local utility are planning to build a massive new solar farm in jasper county called the dunns bridge solar project when complete it will span about five thousand acres. It will also include battery storage. The project is expected to be fully operational around the same time that the coal plant closes. Were excited it coincides very well with the shutdown of schaefer so as jasper county moves away from coal solar can help supply both a new clean renewable source of electricity and tax revenue to support community services.
Firefighters gain ground in Northern California as winds subside
"On firefighters gained some ground I guess that massive Kincaid fire in northern California yesterday heavy winds that fanned the flames for days actually died down and they have no strong winds forecast for the next five or six days so that should help but about thirty percent contained as of yesterday after scorching more than seventy five thousand acres in cinema county southern California three separate fast moving brush fires were being fought in and around Los Angeles the easy fire you got close enough to the Ronald Reagan Reagan presidential library in seems seamy valley to force its
Firefighters make big progress on Kincade Fire
"There is progress to report in cinema county where officials say the Kincaid fire has now burned seventy five thousand acres KQED is Michelle Wiley is there for us good morning good morning when we begin with where this fire stands right now it sounds like firefighters gain some ground so there were some concerns last night that due to the windows and another when the bank that the fire was going to spread as we've seen in the last several days but he didn't gain much from last night just as you know a few hundred acres and firefighters were able to up their containment fifteen percent thirty and big gains today and are they pretty optimistic about the outlook going forward you know it's it's soon so they said that the day you know is this another big trucks there the red flag warning in effect bill four PM and they do expect more when you know they're not out of the woods yet but they are feeling good about the progress that they made last night and they like you are going so we try to keep containment mind stable trying to keep the fire away from populated areas and trying to anticipate you know what the wind is going to do today is expected to blow towards banner ads that are part of the day and then shift and blow towards Lake County so they're trying to be nimble and be able to compare Michelle Wiley thank you so much thank you the Kincaid fire has burned more than two hundred structures officials say ninety thousand are still under threat to hundreds of thousands of people have also been forced to evacuate due to
Millions under red flag warnings as fires burn in California
"Taking paid fire in northern California formula is now over seventy five thousand acres the wildfire torching cinema county is fifteen percent contained and has kept about a hundred fifty thousand people out of their harm said now millions of people in California under red
California Fires Are Getting Worse. What's Going On?
"While in the north tonight in Sonoma's county that Kincaid Fire they're calling it doubling in size over the past forty eight hours sixty six thousand acres charred already and containment falling just about five percent as we come on the air this Monday night our teams on the fire lines and ABC's chief national correspondent Matt Upman leading us off from Los Angeles the that brushfire ripping through West Los Angeles overnight turbocharged by the seasonal Santa Anna winds gusting above sixty five miles was per hour it's being called getty fire because in those early morning hours it threatened the Getty Center in Brentwood I'm just beneath Lia Getty Center one of the most famous museums in the world darrelle talkers in the air fire crews pretty much everywhere burning some of the most expensive real estate in the country Kissy this fire behind me is completely consuming this home in fact as all street is on fire can hear that crackling behind me it is very intense here the fire raced through the canyons here filled with dry brush you just said earlier that this is your worst we're coming through no question in seeing this every single year the fires that bigger up to twenty five thousand people or to evacuate in the middle of the night including select ladies like Arnold Schwarzenegger and the Bron James and his family today tweeting his best wishes to the first responders students from nearby Mount Saint Mary's University reaching out to to close to our school to have several hundred teenage kids that are have no way of getting out Phiri to safety in ambulances uniting with their parents while it was pretty scary to thirty in the morning you don't expect a phone call from your daughter at school by break squadrons of firefighting aircraft out in full force part of interstate four zero five shutdown there is nobody traveling south this is one of the most traveled areas in our area in the country and to see nobody on this roadway is almost a shocking sight it northern California that kincaid fire now more than sixty five thousand acres the fire destroying nearly one hundred structures into let's get to makeup and reporting in from outside Los Angeles and mad you and I both covered those wildfires in Califor- cornea this unfortunately is the time of year both in the north and in the south but I can't remember there in the Los Angeles area these fires hitting this particular neighborhood in quite some time oh it's been decades David and that's one of the reasons this burns so hot cooking this house right down to the foundations and take a look at that hill over there is that rush had also burned in decades and that created this super-charged fire like gasoline combined
California wine country blaze
"Firefighters are battling blazes in northern and southern California correspondent Lucy carbon office in Kaiser bill where they can Kate wild fires burning in the heart of California's wine country does blazes continue to rage more than twenty five thousand acres have been scorched the blaze only ten percent contained fire fighter still struggling to get it under control and there's nearly twenty four thousand structures threatened the genie will decide today whether to once again cut power to millions of Californians
3 die in wildfires in Mexico's Baja California
"Wildfires are posing a problem not just in California but also south of the border Mexican authorities are saying at least three people have died in wind whipped wildfires in the northwestern state of Baja California fires near to Kanye near Tijuana and between the coastal towns of Rosarito at Ensenada forcing almost seventeen hundred people to evacuate their homes one of those fires closing the coastal highway north of ensign either for several hours another fire near to coffee scalding over thirty five thousand acres heavy smoke causing school closures as well while strong Santa Ana winds fanned those
"five thousand acres" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Utility cut power at the distribution line level in the hours before wildfire north of San Francisco let's burn sixteen thousand acres and for two thousand people to flee utility chief exec bill Johnson says the wind wasn't high enough to shut down the transmission lines generally transmission level damage happens at fifty five miles an hour for more distribution is about forty five miles an hour a day after his congressional allies tried to derail the house impeachment inquire re president trump hit Twitter to issue thanks right in house Republicans are being tough smart and understanding about what he again called a witch hunt the strike by public school teachers in Chicago will reach day nine on Friday both sides say progress has been made but disagreements remain on the big issues class sizes and staffing levels Richard cancer ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK hi I'm Joe Michael's news ninety three point one K. F. because a a number of large wildfires are now burning in northern California a result of strong winds and dry conditions the largest as a wind driven fire that broke out late Wednesday evening in cinema county they can pay fires now burning at least ten thousand acres in rugged terrain your guys Revell sixty mile an hour winds that fanned the flames overnight have died down but crews have yet to secure any containment elsewhere a wildfire is burning on the Marin county coast them your fire torching about fifty acres along highway one between your beach and Stinson beach and a fast moving blaze is exploding in Los Angeles county destroying buildings and threatening hundreds of homes the five thousand acre take fire is burning in Aug with dolce PGA any today reported a faulty transmission line near the place for the continued fire started Wednesday night well the utility company it cut power to distribution lines near geyser ville earlier in the day CEO bill Johnson says P. Jeannie did not de energized the high voltage transmission lines the wind speeds in the forecast that we typically would see for transmissions out Johnson says wind speeds of concern for transmission lines are higher than those for distribution he says the fact that P. Jeannie filed a report with the public utilities commission does not indicate what caused the fire or where it started Eldorado county sheriff John the Augustine is confirming that Wednesday's death of deputy Brian ishe mail in a shooting or Somerset happened at an illegal marijuana grow I'm Jill Michael's news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. not traffic and weather together good evening eight thirty three am Bob Williams in the traffic center a two vehicle crash clearing the shoulder north and what Avenue just north of air base drive also.
Trump administration opens up drilling on federal land in California
"Sense when the federal government has opened seven hundred and twenty five thousand acres in central California to oil and gas drilling on land that's been off limits since twenty thirteen the bureau of land management issued its final decision today to allow oil and gas leases on plots that are mostly in the Central Valley but also include parts of the central coast the plan was announced
"five thousand acres" Discussed on KOMO
"The actual production part of it that they saw or maybe not as they saw it those details kind of fell apart a little bit and later in the evening when officers found that vehicle near base housing on joint base Lewis McChord property they question the people connected to the camper and determined no objection occurred and there was no missing child I'm not faulting the girl at all I would encourage anybody we I mean let us figure this out if this turns or of the way it is okay ultimately Lawler says turned out to be good training for them Carlene Johnson come on news police on one Washington campus say they'll in the practice of storing guns will longing to students as goals right Calvert tells us the reason for the change appeared to be stricter good got a gun control laws for years campus police at Washington State University would keep firearms belonging to students since those firearms weren't allowed anywhere else on campus but as students move back to school this week the service is no longer available assistant chief Steve Hansen tells Pullman radio they've ended the practice of storing students guns because of the state stricter gun laws that they interpret as requiring a background check every time the student would check out their firearms he says that three to five days of work will take away resources from the department it just isn't feasible so they're ending the program on any given school year W. as you police had been storing about fifty guns for students according to their website central Washington university police still offer gun storage for students firearms are completely banned from you W. K. episodes Brian Calvert como new firefighters making progress battling the Williams flats fire in eastern Washington burning on the Colville Indian reservation itself fifty percent contained a lightning strike started that fire on August second it's now burned over forty five thousand acres crews estimate they'll have it fully contained by the end of the week coming up a protest and arrest and then political activism at city hall time for when he gets been a busy week for this Seattle.
"five thousand acres" Discussed on KOMO
"Forty five thousand acre Williams flats fire near Colleville in north eastern Washington heavy rain helped out some of the flames but may be access a muddy mess coming up Consumer Reports tests decking materials I'm her voice bomb with the results come on news time three forty six was it the premise or the president we're learning more about why universal canceled next month's release of its controversial movie the hunt a film about people hunting for sport it is S. I understand the question ABC's Jason Nathanson joining us on the come on news line from Los Angeles in light of recent mass shootings did universal have a choice really when the film's focus is so raw I mean it's a couple things it's politically charged and so that doesn't help bring in a lot of attention right now but also after three shootings in the week before they can actually canceled its marketing campaign and then eventually canceling the release of the film universal saying that it already because the marketing campaign but after a thoughtful consideration the studio decided to cancel plans to release the film not exactly giving a reason but in the wake of all the shootings a film about humans hunting humans especially with guns that's tough to check for a lot of people if it would show us that I don't know if that would have been enough but then you also had a very concerted effort from conservatives going after the movie saying that it was showing the basically liberal elites hunting conservative voters red state boaters and that was not a message that they were happy whether an idea that they were happy with and they went after it been told the president on Friday not referencing the film directly but saying that Hollywood is the one that stirring up all this Hayden animosity in Hollywood is dangerous and Hollywood is the one that's racist and then you've got to wonder what is Hollywood saying about about artistic license and freedom of speech is their concern over censorship or or they celebrating because society is now taking a stance against gun violence somehow well there's definitely concerned universal saying we stand by our filmmakers and will continue to distribute films in partnership with bold and visionary craters saying that while they have for the release of the film and they called it a satirical social thriller but they say we understand now is not the right time to release this film and you know it's one thing if the government is censoring you or your self censoring and I think people can understand the universal here is is self censoring but at the same time a lot of people are saying what let's see the movie let's give a chance to say for ourselves you know if there's anything here to be upset about or not but chances are we will get to see the movie if it's not released now a lot of people of feeling that it will come out at some point the next year.
"five thousand acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Orange county radio station mystery solved i'm debra mark live from the k._f._i. twenty four hour newsroom a man in salt lake city has been arrested for the murder of a college student from el segundo police say mackenzie luek got together with the alleged killer a week and a half ago her phone was never switched back on salt lake city police chief mike brown says the break came at the man's home the arrested persons neighbors informed detectives that they observed observed him burning something in his backyard with the use of gasoline on the dates of june seventeenth and june eighteenth he says investigators found lewis remains and personal items in the backyard investigators haven't said how luek and the accused killer knew each other andrew mollenbeck k._f._i. news has approved a new plan to clean up the filth around homeless encampments councilman mitchell farrell says the city is going to spend millions of dollars on extra trash pickups and outreach to the homeless says kelsen member i know that constituents have been just really desiring this level of service for a long long time he says the program will include mobile porta which will be staffed l._a. has more than thirty six thousand homeless people fire chiefs around southern california have outlined what they expect this fire season to look like for the next few weeks the prediction is the fires will be small as vegetation dries out l._a. county fire chief there allows me says he expects things to really pick up at the end of the summer august september that those fires can potentially be anywhere from fifteen hundred to five thousand acres fire threat will intensify as this is pick up in the fall ventura county fire chief marc lawrence and says people need to be ready to evacuate their homes if the orders come down i'm not here to proclaim that the sky is falling instead i'm here to tell you that it will in pomona kris ankarlo k._f._i. news doc workers at the port of l. a. are cheering decision by the l._a. city council to veto a permit that would allow automated machines at the port robots cannot replace human beings dockworker say the automated technology would not only cost jobs it would hurt the environment may ask the world's biggest container shipping company says the technology is necessary to compete with the other major american ports and it says it's contractually allowed to use automated equipment the kanawha valley school district assigned onto a curriculum to help students spot the warning signs of gun violence assistant superintendent lisa miller says the sandy hook promise teaches lessons learned from the mass shooting at a school in newtown connecticut the intent of it is to build the capacity at all school sites across the country to try to prevent gun violence along with suicide or attempts to harm others she says the district will teach to programs starting in the fall to start with hello program is designed to get students to be more aware and inclusive of their classmates the say something program helps students identify behavior that may lead to violence the man who rammed his car into a crowd of protesters and charlottesville has been sentenced to life in prison for killing one person assistant attorney general eric dry band head of the department of justice civil rights division says the driver.
"five thousand acres" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The hacienda healthcare fallout continues. With new disturbing information about the company's former CEO hacienda confirmed KTAR Bill Simmons had been accused of sexual harassment and poor treatment by several women since two thousand six Hocine board. Chairman, Tom Pomeroy says the accusations were investigated and Timmons was reprimanded and forced to undergo counseling and forego financial bonuses and raises Timmons resigned last month after a patient gave birth after she'd been allegedly sexually assaulted by a nurse whose care. She was under Jeremy foster KTAR news new this morning, Roger stone and associated President Trump has been arrested in Florida special counsel. Robert Bolas office says stone basis charges that include witness, tampering obstruction and false statements and the Russian meddling case stone has been under scrutiny for months, but has maintained his innocence. A happy ending in North Carolina. Where a missing toddler has been found alive. Craven county sheriff chip you said three year old Casey Hathaway was located about a quarter mile from his home off the side of a road in the woods. He was in his coat. It was zipped up. And he is he's he's cut up a little bit straight stuff. Like that Casey's mother Brittany Hathaway. We just want to tell everybody that we're very thankful that you took the time out to come search for Casey and prayed for him officials say there's no indication of an abduction Todd ant. ABC news good news about Arizona's forests. We had fewer wildfires and a dramatic reduction in the number of acres bird last year compared to the year before the department of forestry and fire management says there were two thousand fires on private state, federal and tribal lands. That's nine percent fewer and more than one hundred sixty five thousand acres burned in two thousand eighteen that's down roughly sixty percent earlier. Implementation of fire restrictions and closures of public lands are being credited for the decreases. The latest now on the efforts to get a texting and driving lawn. Arizona. The state Senate is two competing bills to punish distracted driving the one supported by oral valley. Police chief Daniel sharp ticket drivers holding cell phones. Whether or not they're texting or talking. There really is no need to look at the phone to see what.
Michael Flynn asks judge to let him avoid prison
"Unclear. The salient was on a police watchlist flagged as Patel. Essentially radicalized Strasbourg came to the European Union's parliament remained on down overnight and residents have been warned to stay vigilant. France's interior ministry says police had attempted and failed to arrest. The gunman earlier on Tuesday for an attempted murder. And that this may have triggered the attack for NPR news. I miss me Nicholson in Berlin. You're listening to NPR news. There's been a moderate earthquake in Tennessee this morning. The US Geological Survey says the tremors magnitude was four point four, and it was centered in eastern, Tennessee. It could be felt in Atlanta. The first quake was followed. A few minutes later by three point three magnitude aftershock, the final version of Congress's farm. Bill is out and it legalizes industrial hemp harvest public media's Esther honing explains that will bring stability to farmers and states that are already growing the crop thirty nine states already allow for the cultivation of hemp, and there's currently more than twenty five thousand acres devoted to the crop. In the US federal legalization is a boon for producers of CBD oil, which is derived from hemp and used from additional purposes, Kristen Kuna gross hemp in Colorado and says federal legalization gives her and her husband the confidence to invest in their farm. We just feel a little bit safer that we are going into a legitimate business. And there is going gonna be room to grow and to do what we've always been wanting to do the farm Bill would allow each state to oversee local hemp cultivation for NPR news. I'm Esther Hoenig in Greeley, Colorado. A Canadian court has granted bail to Chinese business executive mung Joe of ten million dollars. She and her company while we technologies are suspected of selling equipment to Iran in violation of US sanctions American. Authorities would like to have her extradited to the US separately an international think tank reports one of its officials a former Canadian diplomat has been detained in China. I'm korva Coleman. NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include L, D, entertainment and roadside attractions with Banus back starring Julia Roberts as a mother whose son unexpectedly returns home Christmas. Also with Lucas hedges. Now in select theaters expands December fourteenth. Steve Inskeep is going to speak with Trump supporter. Chris Buskirk Buskirk runs. The conservative publication American greatness. And the conversation will be about President Trump possibly being linked to a film of campaign finance violations that story just ahead on morning edition also had an Alabama policeman. As you may know recently killed a young black man is he ran away from shooting in a mall. The was legally armed but police figuring out who the quote, unquote, good guy is in chaotic situations can be difficult. A closer look is coming up on morning edition.
Northern California Camp Fire Contained
"Weekend from northern California much more welcome whether word with the help of the rain Cal fire. Now says the campfire is one hundred percent contained the weather. Definitely did have its -nificant factor with regards the containment some weary firefighters from across the state and nation now going home, although mop will continue says Cal fire deputy chief, Scott McLean came away, very humble destructive power of this particular fire. The death toll is at eighty five more than one hundred fifty five thousand acres burned is the town of paradise was devastated with thousands
California's wildfires are getting bigger and deadlier.
"And deadliest in state history. The Wolsey fire in southern California is the largest fire in L A county history. The bottom line says Zinke things have to change year after year after year after year season after season these catastrophic scales it used to be a five thousand acre fire was a big deal. This year. We've had the car fire that last year the Thomas far the montecito fire this fire the one down in in Los Angeles. These are huge huge fires Eddie says the governor's right? And so is the president. So as to fire seasons have gotten longer. The temperatures have gotten hotter. The amount of material the dead and dying timber is is elevated. These fires are far from over the death toll on the campfires expected to continue to climb as it did again on Wednesday in the digital age human remains
California's "Camp Fire" deadliest in state history
"Multiple fires in the state of California have claimed the lives of dozens of people. In fact, there have been three major fires the campfire Wolsey, fire and hill fire and thirty one people have already been reported dead and more than two hundred individuals are missing this has been a completely tragic weekend in the state of California and one of the bigger fires Wolsey is nowhere near contained the campfire in Buchanan is actually considered to be the most destructive wildfire in California history, tearing through one hundred thousand acres and killing twenty nine people and destroying more than six thousand seven hundred structures, thus far, and when it comes to the Wolsey and hill fires in southern California. They've bird more than eighty five thousand acres, including in the town of Malibu and claimed at least two lives enforce the evacuation of more than two hundred fifty thousand
"five thousand acres" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Recent forest management science as aired on the side of nature doing its own thing in its own time. Naturally occurring forest. Fires usually start from something. We call dry lightning. And again that's related to drought when you have a noth- combustion in the atmosphere to create a lightning strike that is not followed by torrent of rain. But forest fires can also be started. When you men's are careless. A campfire not completely extinguished near bass lake caused the YouTube fire not far from EU seventy two years ago. And you know, what it happened again this year? The car fire burned more than two hundred and twenty-five thousand acres in July of twenty eighteen it was caused by the misfire from a car in need of repair that fire killed eight people destroyed more than a thousand structures. That's one six the number that were lost in paradise this week. It destroyed the whole town of whiskey town, which is a resort community for boating on whiskey lake reduced significant sections of reading new development to ashes it's estimated with cost one point six billion dollars. And Santa Anna winds were very familiar with Santa Anna winds because every autumn they blow over the hills of southern California. But the past few years, the damage has been worse. It's part of a persistent drought phenomena in southern California and the sheer volume of fires that stretch available crews to their limits. But the two most devastating fires in California in recent years have a common cause wind in combination with electric power lines, the campfire, the just level the entire town of paradise, and where we know Twenty-three perished in there while trying to escape the flames, and there are more than a hundred missing that fire has just leveled the entire town of paradise some six thousand homes two hundred eighty businesses, and it is now threatening some portions of Oroville it said to be the second largest fire in California history. But at one hundred and nine thousand acres as of early Sunday morning and only twenty five percent contained. It's liable to exceed that second place, finish only the tubs fire in Napa and Sonoma counties last year is large. And you know, what if you believe this morning's paper than this campfire is already the biggest in California history because tubs took out fifty six hundred thirty six structures and killed twenty two people. This fire is bigger. This fire is more destructive this fire has caused more death, and they're expecting to find more that that death toll will climb peach Janie and con Edison and southern California berry significant responsibility for the property damage and the loss of life. That loss of life. It haunted me last night included a stable of horses in Malibu yesterday, only one badly burnt pony was rescued alive and was taken to a large animal hospital in Ohio. There were lots of horses rescued from Malibu, but this table those horses were all in their Stahl. Senate bothered me all night that they didn't get those horses out in a timely fashion. Some people tweeted back at me. Well, there wasn't any time. But if you look at the early tweets the day before. You gotta find a way. In some cases, they they walked horses down to the beach in Malibu. So then you've got for if God forbid the fire came any closer they could move those horses into the surf where they would be safe. So if you're if you have the animals, you're you're responsible power lines wind and drought. Doesn't matter whether it's manner beast, it's just not a good combination. PG he has acknowledged their responsibility in the tubs fire last year. And they the morning after the campfire started did acknowledge that one of their transformers had blown up and let the fire was I notice just minutes later. So we're a good assumption that that transformer explosion is what caused the ignition the initial ignition at campfire and the. Conditions in the surround in the forest surrounding the city of the town of paradise. Were what made it so horrific so Pena's accepted their responsibility, but they want, but they went to the state legislature along with their friends at con, Edison. And in anticipation of what this would cost them, and they got a change in the law that will make you and I partially responsible. Yep. They can now increased rates to help pay for the damage claims that result. I'm kind of surprised that one did not make it to the ballot. That was done quietly in Sacramento. And we'll be back in just a moment with a little bit more about fire, and what we can do about it..
"five thousand acres" Discussed on KOMO
"Days that you get so I think for now I'm still willing to get out and. About or cast us expect cleaner cooler marine air to move into the area tonight clearing out, some of this smoke tomorrow Brian Calvert KOMO news wildfires. In our state of burned more than one hundred and thirty five thousand. Acres mostly in central and eastern Washington the only major fire on this, side of the cascades is the maple fire in Mason county, which is holding steady. At, just over twelve hundred acres this fire. Is forty percent contained investigators believe it. Was. Caused by humans but when we. Asked how they didn't say exactly the grass valley fire the biggest in the state is now Eighty seven percent contained that fire burned nearly seventy six, thousand acres near grand coulee and Mansfield commanders, say the fires progress has slowed considerably. One home damage five, outbuildings destroy and it might be another month before the cougar creek fires contained near anti at this fire started from. Lightning July twenty eighth and it's grown to more than thirty one thousand acres right now just, five percent contained three hundred homes and businesses are still. Considered to be threatened by that fire coming up on KOMO news another. Name added to the list of Seattle clergy members accused of child sex, abuse from decades ago I'm Carleen Johnson I AAA traffic and we check every ten minutes on, the, four. So at one thirty four here's marina Rockinger it's tough now. Getting into Seattle southbound I five from Northgate into downtown in Seattle second avenue and the second avenue extension between Madison and Marion closed earn I should say reduced to. One lane so there is one lane getting through Seattle police, department fire and has Matt crews are investigating a suspicious package found in that area so that's. Why only one lane is. Getting by on second avenue between Madison and Marian northbound I five is struggling out of Everett from highway to head up into the Marysville area on the east side, in Bellevue southbound, four zero five you'll find some crowding from southeast eighth to coal creek Parkway it's getting tough now southbound I, five rather as you head through the five curve and southbound make that northbound I five from highway sixteen on up to Portland avenue this look at traffic is brought to you by compassion international sponsoring a child. With compassion as the most effective way to. End extreme, child poverty sponsor child now at compassion dot. Com slash raid Jio. Next KOMO traffic at one. Forty four And now the KOMO forecast with Seth Wayne still go for those smoky skies across much of western Washington, temperatures in the mid to upper eighties, today we switched to an onshore flow tomorrow and that's going to give us the chance.
Komo, Professor Pierce and Joel Moreno discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"The chance to, get the, seventy five, thousand acre fire forty percent contained do research shows, that smoke, from these wildfires may. Be killing up to twenty, five, thousand people, every year across the country the dangerous only getting worse komo's Joel Moreno. Has the shocking science behind these
"five thousand acres" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Stories after these news. Headlines on all things, considered from eighty news I'm Tara. Siler state fire officials say they're concerned more large fires could start. In California in the coming days whether conditions in a large part of northern California are leading to another round of dangerous fire conditions through tomorrow. Night Cal, fire battalion, chief Jonathan Cox weren't another critical day we have Red flag warnings which means, we have low relative humidity as we have. High temperatures we have wind and wind is always the outlier for us because anytime there's wind and fire we get really unpredictable behavior and explosive. Growth a new blaze in Shasta county. Dubbed, the hat fire tripled in size overnight the state's largest wildfire on record the Mendocino complex in lake and collusive counties has scorched more than three hundred thousand acres meantime US homeland security secretary Kirstin Nielsen is. Telling California residents to prepare for future major disasters like those wildfires burning across the state she was, in Shasta county. Today where the car fire has charred more than a hundred and eighty. Thousand acres destroyed more than a, thousand homes and, killed eight people Nielsen whose department oversees FEMA met with governor, Jerry Brown as part of her trip to the state top of his agenda and mine are to find ways that. We can better model, this type of a hazard we. Can be Even better prepared going forward we really need to change Oliver assistance. Program so that we can get the assistance, out ahead of the hazard and disaster to help communities be prepared into mitigate. Wildfires across the state have so far burned more than four hundred thousand acres than this. Time last year You semi officials say they plan to reopen the. Most popular part of the national park next Tuesday they shut down campsites and hotels and. You semi valley and other areas more than two weeks ago due to the massive Ferguson fire burning near and within the park now firefighters have a better handle on the blaze are working toward full containment the Ferguson fire has burned more than ninety five. Thousand acres California Highway Patrol. Motorcycle officer was hit and killed during a traffic stop in Fairfield today officer Kirk griss had pulled over an SUV on westbound highway eighty when both were struck by a. Pickup officer John. Francis with the CHP is extremely well thought of throughout the. Department is a retired marine and he was a well respected motorcycle officer is extremely. Crews Matic person and driver of the SUV also. Died in the accident the CHP has declined to release information on the driver of the. Pickup GRIs was nineteen year veteran, of the highway patrol in a survived by his wife and three children. A San, Francisco federal judge says he's leaning toward allowing a lawsuit that challenges the addition of a citizenship question to the twenty twenty cents is to go forward the ongoing legal. Battle, is between the federal government the state and several bay area counties k.. Cooties Michelle Wiley has more during the hearing lawyers representing San Jose expressed concern that the addition of a citizenship question what prevent people from taking. It personal information on the census like age race and gender is Houston part for the distribution of. Federal, funds and assigning congressional seats so cities of higher numbers of. Undocumented residents could see less funding and the, loss of a state congressional seat during the. Hearing judge Richard Seaborg says he believes the case, will proceed but did not make. A formal decision similar lawsuits. Have been filed in New York and Maryland is c. work allows. The case to move forward both sides are set to meet again in early December I'm Michelle Wiley cake news the rate of California women addicted to opioids at the time. Of birth is. Up but not nearly as much as it is across the. Country that's according.
"five thousand acres" Discussed on KCRW
"For hoping that it just that, they're able to just contain it that's. All we can hope for that you know they're able to just put it out and that we can stay home some twelve. Hundred firefighters are battling the holy fire amid sunny and smoking Dacians with temperatures in the mid nineties the game. Within feet of houses in lake Elsinore yesterday schools are closing like Elsinore Menefee and Paris in a statement the US four services for those wondering about containment hand containment line grows is the fire grows we can we. Continue to actively engage but cannot get ahead of the fire the man accused of. Starting the whole Fire Fifty-one-year-old forest Clark will be arraigned next Friday he refused to appear in court yesterday was unraveling in court today meanwhile the National Park Service has announced that you'll semi national park. Will reopen Tuesday fourteen days after the Ferguson fire choked the park with smoke the ninety five thousand acre forest fire is now eighty percent contained and lawmakers and Sacramento passed, a bipartisan, resolution. Yesterday ordering the state auditor's office to look into the operations of the Los Angeles County department of children and family. Services or DCFS that's following the recent. Torture killing, of ten year old Anthony Avalos by his mother and her boyfriend shortly. After he came out as gay relatives and people at Anthony school made multiple phone calls to DCFS which did. Not intervene Huntington park state Senator ricotta the ladder is, one of the sponsors of the resolution you might think you, know this is another. Audit we'll see what it, yields but. I hope we're able to really. Get the. Collaboration of LA county we've really drilled down this audit to get. To the specifics about our algebra Tiki Identified and treated within the, system and how do we protect argument t. Children that can ultimately cannot ultimately protect themselves the death of Anthony Abalos came five years after the torture, killing of an eight year old antelope valley boy. Again after DCFS had gotten numerous reports of suspected child. Abuse finally the, Dow Jones, tumbled one hundred and. Ninety six points today the, NASDAQ fell fifty two as investors worried about the financial stability of Turkey. Marketplace will do the numbers at four on KCRW it's Su-35 the daily is next Support comes from the Macau.
NSYNC's Lance Bass makes offer on Brady Bunch house
"President Trump has issued an official major disaster declaration, for the area affected by the fire burning a Chester county at fire has, now scorched more. Than one. Hundred forty five thousand acres it's forty one percent contained more. Than one thousand homes have been destroyed presidents disaster declaration will clear the way for federal funds to. Help the state deal with the aftermath it'll also eight victims of the fire that have lost their homes and. Businesses l., a. teacher talks have stalled the union rubbing LA unified teachers says a state mediator has been appointed to oversee contract negotiations and the chair. Of the bargaining team for United teachers Los Angeles says the union is. Preparing to conduct a strike authorization vote the last week of the month contract talks have been. Going on for more than a year the union says it's asking. For six and a half percent raises the district is offering a series. Of two percent increases Aaron bender KFI news you're looking for a pet this weekend could be a great time to get one no charge six. Animal shelters in l. a. are filled to capacity and that means dogs and cats could be in danger of being youth Anais some shelters are, cutting adoption fees and a half this weekend they say summer is the worst, time at shelters. Due to. An overflow of animals from the spring breeding season they also. Say several hoarding cases this year have made things even worse all pets adopted from LA shelters are. Vaccinated spayed or neutered and micro-chipped Rossio Rivera KFI news former instincts singer says he thought he was the new. Owner of, the Brady bunch house Lance Bass posted on Twitter the owners of the acclaimed house in studio city accepted his offer on the house bass. Said then this is going to be a fun project but now says. He's hurting sad learned that he's being pushed out pay a higher bidder apparently best says he. Was told a bitter with unlimited resources was going to buy the house at any cost might be a Hollywood studio still Don't..
NYC health commissioner Dr. Mary Bassett to take Harvard job
"Intelligence tradecraft criminal efforts to suppress voting. And provide illegal. Campaign financing Donald Trump has spent most of his presidency questioning and, denying, that Russia interfered in the last election Andy Field ABC news Washington a. Big landmark reached today on Wall Street apple became the first. Trillion dollar company and chess think, in nineteen Ninety-seven apple was teetering on, the, edge of bankruptcy it stock was trading for less than, a Bach but then came the iphone apple now valued at one trillion dollars as other tech stocks have been faltering apple is setting records correspondent Alex stone a seventeen. Year old girl in custody after a hit and run in Suffolk County police say Veronica Baraki has. Now been charged in the death of thirty two year old Cy year Rodriguez he was hit early, today as he walked on the shoulder of Broadway in Huntington and Baraki fled the scene six, Rutgers University football players are not reporting to training camp tomorrow the athletes aren't showing up Due to an investigation by the university on a possible credit card fraud case nj dot com reports. The Middlesex County prosecutor's office is providing legal guidance to the Rutgers police during the investigation which shows. Just how serious and, complex, this case appears to be currently none of. The players have been charged with any wrongdoing while players in their attorneys. Have been cooperating with police an addition as. Many as a players are being investigated I'm Lisa, g. for seven ten w. o. r. the massive car fire near reading in northern California's almost five thousand. Acres bigger today and containment. Is stalled, fifteen hundred structures destroy just under one hundred twenty six thousand acres have been destroyed. New York City's health Commissioner resigning to take a job at Harvard University school of public health Dr Mary. Bassett is stepping down at the end of the month and first step you Commissioner Cirrus bar Bo. Is stepping in on interim basis dodger Bassett whose sixty five has been the. Head of the city's health Department since two thousand fourteen. And has overseen several crises including any bullets scare and several deadly legionnaires outbreaks her departure come says the department of, investigation looks into. Why the health department failed to send reports tonight about children with elevated lead levels I'm Sara Lee Kessler for seven ten w. o. r. and the news brought. To. You by Online Trading Academy attend a free investing class this week register online at o. TA class dot com. Now here's Adrian Watson w. traffic aided already George Washington. Bridge five to ten minutes, from eighty ninety five Lincoln tunnel is about a twenty twenty five minute delay in thirty five to forty out Holland ten minutes. In forty to forty five on the Al pound side also that westbound extend the. Turnpike is heavy and outbound Pulaski skyway also heavy route seventeen northbound Franklin avenue has brake lights. That. Is an accident those delays are starting to back up as. Well the Bruckner northbound by the Sheridan watch for a crash westbound cross Bronx. Delays from Westchester avenue on out this report brought to you by Wendy's You might not think Wendy's when you think of chicken. Tenders but she should Wendy's chicken tenders have the perfect ratio of crispy breading on the outside and tender juicy chicken on the inside try..
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"Rick van, Cise with Carleen Johnson and. At the just Jeremy grater here are the top. Stories we're tracking apple is now officially the first American. Company to hit a market value of one trillion dollars the latest coming up. In minutes. On the KOMO money report at twelve fifty the massive car fire that big fire down your reading California almost five thousand acres bigger today and containment, has stalled a nine more structures have been added to the destruction tally pushing the total over fifteen hundred. Most of.
President Trump, NPR and President discussed on The Takeaway
"Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh a. Jury has been seated in the trial of President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort the panel consists of six men and six women, and opening statements are scheduled this hour NPR's Windsor Johnston reports Manafort is facing more than a dozen counts, of Bank and, tax fraud charges Manafort is accused of laundering tens of millions of dollars. From work on behalf of pro Russian Ukrainian politicians Victoria the study of the Brennan. Center for Justice says the case offers the first public test of special, counsel Robert Muller's investigative, reach, if you can gather this sort of documentation of financial shenanigans on Manafort than. Just imagine the sort, of data and documentation and evidence he's going to be able to gather on President Trump thirty five witnesses are scheduled to. Testify including manafort's longtime business partner Rick gates who Struck a plea deal with prosecutors Windsor Johnston NPR news Washington the president is taking shots at the billionaire conservative coke brothers today Trump. Tweeted quote the. Globalist coke brothers who have become a total joke in. Real Republican circles are, against strong borders and powerful trade he goes on to say I never sought their support because I don't need. Their money or bad ideas they love my tax and regulation cuts judicial picks and more. End quote NPR's Domenico Montanaro says the president's weak comes after the coke brothers network place an, ad criticizing. Trump's, new sheriff's some this split is remarkable I mean let's remember that the cook brothers network has pledged to, spend four hundred million. Dollars on these elections in really key races all across the country now the president says he doesn't need them but his party certainly, does and it really represents how Trump sees his own brand and his survival as separate from the party, NPR's Domenico Montanaro, we should know At. Coke industries the multinational company controlled by the, brothers is, among NPR's, financial. Supporters Turkish media are reporting that a court, in Ishmael has rejected, an appeal, for, the release of US pastor Andrew Brunson NPR's Peter Kenyon. Reports Trump administration has been demanding Brenton's release sentenced Turkish lawyer. Filed the appeal Monday asking, the court to lift the ban on Brenton leaving the country Turkish state media. Report the court denied the appeal after. Being arrested in December two thousand, sixteen Brunson was kept in prison for the better part of two years before being transferred to house arrest this. Month President Trump and other. Officials said, that wasn't enough and demanded Brenton's immediate release Brenton denies the terrorism related charges he's facing which carry a possible thirty five year prison term Trump. Is threaten Turkey with sanctions if Brunson isn't, released and returned to the. US Peter Kenyon NPR news stumbled the Dow is up one hundred twenty nine points at twenty five thousand four thirty six this is NPR from news I'm Tiffany Cam high Lake County authorities say they've arrested half a dozen people in the. Last two, days for crimes committed inside the evacuation zones of. Neighborhoods where residents. Have fled from wildfires the sheriff's office announced this morning that deputies have arrested six people on charges ranging from being in. An authorized unauthorized zone and an evacuation area to prowling. And possession of burglary tools the arrests took place in neighborhoods that became vacant because they were threatened by flames from what's been. Dubbed the Mendocino complex that's the name for two wildfires that burned some seventy five thousand acres and destroyed ten. Structures some, firefighters are battling these blazes even as they themselves faced displacement cake you idiot khloe. Veldman has more the wildfires burning in Mendocino and lake counties have already claimed tens of thousands of acres of forest Tricia Austin is a fire prevention specialists working for. Cal fire Is Mendocino, unit, like a. Few, of her colleagues she's being both professionally. And personally affected by the flames Austin. And her family had to evacuate their home in lake port near the Mendocino national forest over the weekend she arranged for her nephew to take her. Eighty six year old mother to Roseville and her pets, to Sacramento with a, friend once my family was removed from the situation then I was able to focus on my job and. I didn't have to worry Austin says if a house does Ben at least family will be safe I'm khloe Veldman k.. Cutie news.
"five thousand acres" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The national weather service in Pueblo. Has issued a severe thunderstorm warning for southwestern Otero county and northeastern Las Animas county this is in effect until eleven. Forty five tonight strong winds hit the northeastern Colorado town of. Brush, earlier this afternoon the airport lost. Some hangers in. The few planes were damaged also a semi was blown over. On I seventy six luckily we fortunately we didn't have any reports of serious injuries we did have a semi on the interstate that rolled over when this thing came through. And I understand that had to act extricate a. Couple of people out of there and I don't have reports of injuries on that that's the mayor of. Brush fire crews are making little progress against the deadly car fire in northern California the more than ninety five. Thousand acre fire. Near reading is now. At seventeen percent contained, next update at twelve I'm Roger quarterback KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and. Ninety four one FM Down I seventy is still closed at Paco's after a serious accident involving a pedestrian no estimated time on win that will be reopened it if you can and the usual construction at, the I seventy golden freeway, interchange causing some slowing through there the ramp from the golden freeway onto east on I seventy is closed for that roadwork off freeway still working that crash at university in battle in the d. area seeing some slowing their your. CBS four weather forecast, for tonight, partly to mostly cloudy fifty eight four, and overnight low for your Monday a mix of clouds and sun with a slight chance for some isolated showers and thunderstorms and cool with. A high in the mid seventies it's. Sixty three right now in Denver I'm Jeannie Larose on KOA NewsRadio Colorado's news traffic and weather station.
"five thousand acres" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The spring fire northeast of fort garland in costa county has one hundred hundred five thousand acres and destroyed over one hundred homes today it is thirty five percent contained after a good rain helped firefighters on the south side of the fire able to make some right turns and get in there and really improve our lines and keep that laying down as chief david letroy with the levada fire district cdot says highway one sixty over la vida pass is expected to reopen tomorrow afternoon the fires in colorado or more than enough to challenge firefighters but they're also facing a new problem people flying drones over the fire says the subject address today by senator cory gardner if some moron wants to take out above a firefighting operation they need to stop it the need to quit they're putting lives in danger in jeopardy and so i think we need to get the word out that people should knock it off and let firefighters do their job governor hickenlooper says in one video post taken by an unauthorized drone you could see the shadow of an air tanker in the picture president trump is just days away from now supreme court nominee trump yesterday said he's going to announce his nominee and primetime event monday night but the white house has not yet confirmed a time the trade war between the united states and china is officially on robert scott with the economic policy institute says the trade battle will be less of a threat to the us konami than the president's budget and tax policies walking about essentially tariffs attended twentyfive percent on perhaps fifty to one hundred billion dollars worth of imports that's a tiny fraction of the overall us economy less than one tenth of one percent he says farmers may have to lay off workers but in an economy that's getting up to a quarter of a million jobs a month it's not going to affect the overall growth of our economy our next news updates at two o'clock i'm susan witkin koa newsradio eight fifty am and ninety four one fm here's traffic and weather together with rick morgan from the best fees traffic center backup speed.
"five thousand acres" Discussed on KOMO
"Size since yesterday that conrad fires burning your seila north west of net cheese is threatening homes crops and power lines randy sheppard is with the conrad fire department about two hundred people roughly four thousand acres zero percent containment duty how will the line spoke with him not gone to five thousand acres this evening seventy six residents do their homes that were allowed to return today but they are warned to be on alert they may be forced to leave again fireworks could be to blame for a fast moving fire tacoma people inside at tacoma department of corrections officer nearby apartment building on south twenty eighth street not far from the tacoma dome heard a loud boom before the fire started komo's jennifer sullivan reports destroyed the hillside off of south twentyeight threatening an apartment building perched at the top of the hill one department of correction staffer told me the building shook from the explosion employees came outside and saw the flames heading up the hillside across the street tacoma fire says they arrived around one fifty and quickly went to work people at the apartment complex grab garden hoses here's what one person living here told us you could see the flames going all the way up our trees and couple of our neighbors ran and grab hoses and start spraying the fence which i think kind of slowed down the progress because it was very close to the apartment building his stretch of hillside in tacoma is completely destroyed we haven't heard an official cause of the fire but plenty of people i talked to told me that fireworks they believe at least at fireworks are to blame jennifer sullivan komo news komo news time is eleven forty and let's head to the sports desk tom glasgow leading off with the world cup brazil and belgium move on to the round of eight and a match up against each other after results today that saw brazil feed mexico to nil and belgium with a late goal as stunned japan three two to an off day for the streaking mariners they'll go for an eighth straight win with the angels in town to get a series started tomorrow night and seahawks safety kam chancellor one of the best in franchise history using social media to call it a career not using the word retire but making it clear for his neck injury will not allow him to continue to play football opening day of action at wimbledon serena williams with a straightset victory to move on to the second round and of course a lot of buzz in l a and.
"five thousand acres" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"Facilities with five year olds and i really would urge you to talk to some of these parents first hand to determine whether you think they're traffickers and i would also say don't you think traffickers and cartels who of course been trafficking people and running drug through this country for decades and have tremendous power in mexico and central america has better ways of people getting in than haggard door and moms at a crossing the rio grande with two kids into how can you explain that the number of families people posing families at quadruple how can you explain the number of people asking for asylum as increased exponentially i just asking congress keep using the word posing congressman just asking you keep using word posing you keep implying that these people are making up stories at five zero have been coached that they've been taking traffickers what i'm asking you is to present evidence that that is happening in any systemic way as certainly that that was my questions for yesterday and they reassured me what i just told you is the truth and so i think when i go to there this weekend i'll try to sort it out more but the white moms with legitimate family go through the proper routes if they wanna silent why don't they go through the legal route where their children would be protected why would jeopardize why would moms try to attempt to sacrifice their own children why don't they all lands congressman do you have moms in your district yes i lifted we're five thousand acres so i have a few months of my district you know you know you know how important that bond between mother and newborn baby is you know what it would mean for your patients if they were ripped away while they were nursing their children you know what it would mean for mother if they were trying to protect their child from danger i just don't understand why it seems so hard for you to empathize with the plight of these people that are coming for legitimate reasons they are terrified to be where they are and what i'm hearing from you is there being irresponsible with their kids and they're faking it no chris i have great if liked the president i have great empathy for these children for the moms i wanna do everything possible to keep their families together i said over and over this is a terrible situation and i wanna fix it and that's why vote yes tomorrow on our other legislation to fix the problem long term fix it gives longterm certainty to this very terrifying situation so i wanna fix i think we can have both i think we can have a country of laws i think we can have security and i think we have compassion as well it doesn't have to be either or i that that i agree with you entirely and i wanna ask two final one is that when you do come down here i would ask i would plead that you actually talk some of the lawyers who represent some of the tasted here maybe meet some of the people who are coming and talk to them about their stories to determine whether they're telling the truth or not and my second question for you is i just wanna get this on the record because you were were you in the meeting with the president with the house gop yesterday will yes i'll commit desk in those bombs and yes i was in the meeting with the president last night okay so just the final question this is the president recounted about his appearance he said had a great meeting with house gop last night the capital the applauded and laughed loudly when i mentioned my experience mark sanford i have never been a fan of his the president cascading mortagne for two primary there's two members of the house caucus who have said that's categorically untrue is that true i heard a lot of cheers i heard a few groans but uncategorized this president was supported i don't know if we're gonna have a bluewave redway but we're going to definitely have trump way this winter and if people don't hop on this trump train now they're going to be left behind it was like new rock knee was talking to us last night giving us a great speech going into battle this republican party supports this president i've never seen such engagement support for person in my entire life it's just been incredible it's like yankees fans on the yankees and red sox and their and their pans they're just totally engaged with this.
"five thousand acres" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
"I'm so happy to have you here welcome thank you i'm thrilled to be here so i wanna get into your background a little bit but i you know what really fascinates me is that we have a lot of a sump shins about the environment about saving the environment and you challenge some of these substance and look at some big players that we often think are the enemy ranchers farmers fishermen that are destroying the planet depleting the oceans destroying habitat for animals and yet you say in these places or some unlikely allies that could help us actually solve these big crises alice really a core reason for for writing the book and making the film they were really sort of to mess i wanted to push back against one was that conservation values only pertain in coastal liberal states i knew that they were deep traditional heartland conservative values and that story has had a lot of political damaging political legs the idea that only democrats care about the environment so i wanted to reveal that in fact there plenty of republicans who do too but i also wanted to push back back against the saiga that the only sustainable way to produce food is to be small and local and organic because in fact none of those categories tell you very much about whether a farm is sustainable people who challenge your assumptions and get us a thing differently in this we're gonna get into in a minute but first i want to know about your background how did you become interested in the environment it started when i was a little kid i grew up in california i spent a lot of my childhood on a farm a big farm in the central valley that was where i really got exposed to what stewardship in agriculture looked like and and that was almost five thousand acres they were growing tomatoes and melons and barley and i'll they now grow a lot of rice they have stayed a hugely important force in my life i fell in love with nature going up.
"five thousand acres" Discussed on WSB-AM
"In the wsb twenty four hour stormcenter it's the morning after a night of black ice and for thousands no power channel two's ricky klaus in cobb county this morning georgia power is reporting electrcity as out in hundreds of homes in cobb county which got ten inches of snow we discovered more black ice in marietta on south marietta parkway near rose drive some cars their slid off the road to see reported all around metro atlanta in north georgia this morning george power reports forty four thousand still in the dark georgia emc say seventy thousand of its customers are still without to the wildfire lives in southern california this morning here's los angeles radio reporter pete demetrio fire jumped more than twenty thousand acres and size in the last twenty four hours cal fire assistant is it a commander de russell assessed the situation this way currently the thomas fire is one hundred fifty five thousand acres fifteen percent contain the currently have approximately forty four hundred personnel assigned to the incident as a result of those continuing winds and low humidity the evacuation orders that affect the reachable continue when officials warn those in bottling terry evacuation zones to remain prepared to move if the situation warrants to the middle east this morning wearing a difficult moment right now where neither of the leadership on the israeli side nor the leadership on the palestinian side seems prepared to make the compromises necessary for beating the former us national security advisor jake sullivan now a senior fellow at the carnegie endowment for international peace lebanese security officials fired teargas at large crowd of protestors angry over president trump's announcement of plans to move our embassy in israel to jerusalem the cast of star wars the last jedi i turned out at this weekend's extravagant premiere at the shrine auditorium in los angeles it's the eighth installment of the.
"five thousand acres" Discussed on KELO
"Twenty percent there'll be a hundred ninety four billion dollar increase in federal debt over ten years alexander reached the breakthrough with washington democrat patty murray and it takes a number of very strong bipartisan steps to offer states more flexibility that flexibility is expected to include more lok cost catastrophic coverage option fox's jared halperin at a speech powerful the heritage foundation last night president trump said he commends the deal but still believes congress needs to find a solution to what he called the obamacare mess instead of providing bailouts later the white house said he cannot support the deal president also pushing tax reform our country and our economy cannot take off like they should and like it shed unless we transform america's outdated complex and extremely burdensome tax code whether and persistence allowing firefighters to make progress against the northern california wildfires still have eleven thousand firefighters on the fire lines for all of these fires two hundred and forty five thousand acres have burned since this siege started nine days ago shellfire director kim pimlot says there's new urgency because following over rain forecast the next couple of days more gusty winds are expected to chicago aviation security officers have been fired for that incident last spring in which a doctor was forcibly dragged from a united airlines flight boarding in chicago one officer fired for escalating the incident needlessly sergeant dismissed for changing the facts than.
"five thousand acres" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"From npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly nearly thirty large wildfires are burning in eleven states mostly in the western us that's according to the national interagency fire center new mexico arizona california nevada washington an idaho are the states where cruiser battling multiple large places laurel morale as with member station cages as easy says a fire that's burned about twenty five thousand acres near prescott arizona is nearly fifty percent contained and that's allowing some residents to go home more than a thousand firefighters are battling the place not far from where nineteen of their comrades died four years ago on june thirty s the firebomb says the men are not far from his mind as he makes decisions about where to send his cruise on this fire the firefighters are working in kenyans of chaparral and ponderous a pine in hot dry conditions that fire was burning north of phoenix the house has passed two bills designed to crack down on illegal immigration and the us virginia republican bob goodlatte supported both the loss of respect for the rule of law is absolutely a serious problem in this country and this step by step approach to restoring respect for the rule of law and reforming our immigration laws starts with these bills one imposes tougher prison sentences on deportees reentering the us i'm dave mattingly in washington this is wnyc in new york at eight forty three good morning i'm kerry nolan what troubles to tell you about on the rails the smog corning new jersey transit north jersey coastline is facing twentyfive minute delays due to a disabled train while the raritan valley line is facing fifteen minute delays and several trains on the northeast carter have also been canceled due to mechanical problems a stalemate is looming over the new jersey budget in a dispute over how to restore rupture the state's largest ensure governor chris christie says he won't approve the thirty five billion dollar spending plan without the measure but assembly speaker vincent prieto is refusing to put it to a vote if lawmakers miss the deadline at midnight tonight at could've fate effect state services immediately but christie says he won't back down the speakers got inside the speaker going to close state government to protect the multibillion dollar to.