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Antifa Clashes With Armenian Parents Over LGBTQ Curriculum
"Welcome to the program. Fill us in about what happened in Glendale, California yesterday. So, yeah, so in Glendale, you had some parents go out to a school board meeting. They have been protesting the school board there for some time, demanding that there's transparency of curriculum. Last night, parents went out. There's a large Armenian population as well. I talked to one mom who was filming inside the school board meeting and a dad who was actually outside watching what was going on. He told me that Antifa -type people showed up. They sided and segregated themselves with the proponents of LGBTQ curriculum in schools and then broke off and went to confront a group of Armenian men who were in a parking lot right nearby. At that point, from what I understand, one of the Antifa guys threw a punch at one of the Armenian men and a scuffle broke out.
Fresh update on "glendale" discussed on The Hair Radio Show with Kerry Hines
"If you want to talk about the What the contributions of our ancestors have done for America then talk about that, but you're not you know They think that just by showing black people and putting the banner black, you know That already tells me who's in your newsroom and what your discourse is doing and where there's a disconnection So I don't want to be part of that Which is not organic for me. I want an organic experience each morning and I want that experience to be shared By the folks who tune in so there are you know, I've never wanted to just you know when I like just to look at the shows and not you know, even if they have Black people on their newscast. I'll tell you, you know, it's not it's there's not an organic feeling for me It's just I see folks and my favorite one Is where you'll have folks who may be black Who You know where folks outside the community look and they think they're kind of maybe not black and I'm looking at them thinking that They kind of might be black and somebody else's because they it's like I call them real You know invisible Kind of that can fit into any Anybody's mind I think it's a commitment to whether it's community or color Colorization or Perspective or heart all of those, you know are things that You can you know paint and make it seem it's like xyz Even though in reality, it's not too hard to scratch that surface and and see the reality which is that You know more than 98% of the media comes from an exclusive source And so this is not a new story but why what I like about hair radio network and what you do carry is that you are more genuine and Don't seem to be afraid to have whomever whatever Story and it's their story, you know, and and you know, you invite them to present it in Think that's very happy and again, you haven't been it's not like your first time at the rodeo You've been doing this for what 29 years or there about how long? We'll park it on that one. There's a good number Okay, but Mary I do not just yes and closing on that I do want to just mention that you know my whole point was that you have You have these different newsrooms locally who generally don't include folks of I don't see it with my eyes so much especially here in my market with the darker hues and but what I will find are folks who are totally the opposite where It just does it's not inclusive and you feel that when you look at these things and This is something that seems to be missing across the board Generally speaking now when it comes to the Cosby conversation, that was my whole reason For thinking about Cosby first of all because when I thought about this and have the inspiration It was from he had just been sent off to prison You could see in the news coverage that to say it was slanted it's like the understatement of the year and so it was in the midst of all of the The you know the confrontation me to moment. Yeah Yeah, the me to type movements and all of these things bubbling up to the surface but there was a tinge of You know of other conversations that seemed to be the discourses that we're trying to bring to the surface and that was color and so with Bill Cosby story and again, he had just been sent off to prison and the negative onslaught and I this is not to discuss whether or not he's Innocent as far as I'm concerned or guilty. I have no idea But what I do know is that the from my perspective The lens was very different from what seemed to be again the folks inside versus outside the community so as we moved along with his story that we've been kind of Brought into this with local news media and and the coverage of it And I just kind of thought that it was time To visit this after he had been away for some time incarceration and Or incarcerated. So I thought it was a good time that we should brush off this story That seemed to be as far as the just of course I got from the media was to lock him up throw away the key And again not to say whether he's guilty or innocent I mean Everybody's guilty of something Everybody, you know, it's just being responsible for your actions whether you positioned yourself in in someone's Layer or you know, whatever I'm not going to retry that but I also want to look at the concept of characters as a nation And I want to look at the stereotypes that I want to look at people being responsible and not Responsible on and on and on there's just a myriad of directions we could go But for him one of the things that I would say because you mentioned Colorization he was the first one like they can pinpoint that this was the first Leading black actor he wasn't a subservient. He wasn't a lackey whatever he had equal footing with his co Co After I guess In I spy Robert Culp, right? They had equal roles basically and you know a little pretty but he actually Saw somebody being painted up in blackface who was going to be his stunt double for whatever episode and he he stood up and he's like Well, I'm thinking there's somebody Who's already black, you know that family so he opened up the door for That he opened up the door for actors of all Hughes in all ages, you know He did a lot of good. So to say that he's an imperfect person. I'm not necessarily shocked I'm not necessarily saying he wasn't acting in Some cultural ways that were accepted at the time, but the punishment and the crime don't seem to fit I I'm not I'm not going to judge that but I'm looking at the good that he did as a black man in a very You This this I want to say disadvantage but an unequal setting and he still stood up and he still did Good and right things just like cable Scott and you know, we have we have more than one but he had his longevity and The numbers of pads that he opened up for other people clean comedians, you know all kinds of things I think that those just shouldn't be thrown out with the bathwater You can't undo the good that he did, you know, so but but I think If people take a listen To that discussion. I think they will be Reminded of all layers that go into being a celebrity and all the layers that go into being a black celebrity and even the more layers and amounts of courage that it takes to Be a black celebrity who recognizes that you do have some power and to use it properly When I say properly I mean for the positive of mankind or you know They could have totally just blown him away and you know, we never heard of who Bill Cosby was again But it didn't work out that way. So You know, I applaud you for giving him some space and having a discussion about You know the good and the bad so I just wonder where it came from. Yeah, and Mary that is Just in that but that's exactly what happened We wanted to take a look at someone needed to mention the contributions. I'm from Philadelphia So I grew up looking at every corner and there's Temple University and there is you know a very In there's a very deep profound feeling that you know Bill Cosby that he's connected He's from Philly was connected to Philly and this was for all of us we would have that kind of pride but the thing that really resonated was that he had done so much in the education sphere and so So yes again, this is not to try guilty. We don't know I don't know don't even that's not my thing. I'm able to make that discernment about being able to see if to really look at the good and That is something that is incredibly important so Mary, thank you for that. Oh boy I love boy you just opened up with a bang this morning. Okay Well, it's your show. I have to I have to I know that you have it and I know that People need to know about it. So where did you come up with some of your title for hair radio morning? So what it what it where did because you've got the network, right? You've got the show you have Just a variety of parts of your brand so expand on some of you know How one part of your brand led to the next part? Absolutely, and I'm so glad you mentioned this Mary because folks are Sometimes they can you know we have similar titles with everything and everything is radio and hair and you're not sure if you listen to do the Radio show or a recorded podcast or the live show or our 24-hour network. So we have all the above and Let me just tell you I'm so pleased that you asked it this way because it started out as the hair radio show and Hair radio at that time was one word. So with ha I are a di o the hair radio show So it was literally three words hair radio was a made-up word. I Later down the road separated it but at that time it was ha I radio the hair radio show And so no one could find it So I said, okay I gotta separate the word hair from radio at that time in terms of the broadcast and We started out of North New Jersey on the station W and JR which was located in downtown, New York New Jersey and that's on a.m. Radio, so It's called a.m. And FM radio. It's called terrestrial radio So, uh, so I started on terrestrial radio folks, you know these days they start on the internet Starting on the phone. Hey, I Predated all of that. So I started on an a.m. Station With the hair radio show and that was a fluke. I had already been producing Radio shows and I started with the show on the West Coast for kids and then came back to the East Coast and started But that's a fuzzy bear Well, it was actually it was our version. It was my own Thought it was called fluff the bear fluff the bear. Well, I was And I'll tell you that story too. It's a very interesting story but I have to say it it really was the beginning of My whole journey so and I've never really told this story and then I'll circle back to why And how we got to hear radio and the names and all of that But yes When I moved out to California because I'm from Philadelphia folks again I've just as a reminder that just mentioned I'm from Philly and so I went out to the West Coast To LA to Los Angeles to just kind of you know, get out to the sunshine I'd always wanted to I traveled there many times working in the airline I said let me give it a try so I moved out to the West Coast back in the 90s and Started work for one of the major airlines a legacy airline carrier, which just means one of the old big-time airlines and They got with my co-workers and I was inspired to create a children's character And I was inspired by one of my friends who went to this super expensive School that you guys on the West Coast and all of my friends out in California, you know, the school is USC and There weren't a whole lot of you know, wealthy black kids out there who were going to us, you know You had to have money essentially was my take on the folks the kids that was USC at the time. And so My friend who was ironically from New Jersey also here on the East Coast that I met out there in LA and So shouting out the folks in Hackensack, New Jersey So my friend John and I got to talk with John John wrote I was so proud of him. I'd never met anybody around my age who worked for Billboard magazine on the West Coast out in LA Which produces the Hollywood Reporter? Newspaper even to this day. They're still the same people on Wilshire Boulevard Which I lived off of Wilshire in LA and so John was working for You know a billboard magazine and he had been They paid him Extra I guess because he was already working there to interview Queen Latifah So I'm looking at this article Queen Latifah she's actress and rapper from she's still out there doing a lot of things and This was in the 90s and Queen Latifah was mainly a rap Superstar at that time and so he they put him in Billboard magazine with this huge picture And it's still available on the internet too, by the way This article that he did and so I was so proud of John I was like so proud and I said if John now John was also going to school at USC as I mentioned and So I was like, wow if he can do this there's got to be something I can do and So I Went into out in LA. They have the apartment and out there It's a little different than here where I am in Brooklyn, New York and probably out there where you are as well Mary But on the West Coast West Coast out in LA the apartments all have like a little dressing room So you may have you've got a bathroom and then you have a separate dressing room Which usually your bathroom lets into and then you go into the rest of your apartment Those were many of the apartments you you folks out there in LA know what I'm talking about Well, that's very different here I have never been into a an apartment or even a house or anything on the East Coast that has a separate dressing room So out there that was the typical all these old apartments have it so I went into my dressing room in Los Angeles Recorded our children's I just said, you know what? Let me just I literally in those days you'd have a tape recorder and I took a tape recorder and Just told the story of something that was off the top of my head and I made up a story being so influenced by And I think that influence was from Winnie the Pooh, obviously when I was a kid My mom bought me those stories. So I came up with the idea of fluff the bear I never made that connection at the time, but looking back and as we are now listening back But but yeah, I created the fluff the bear story on an audio tape Audio cassette for you guys from the last century Yeah, so I created a story called fluff the bear in which I was telling the story of a little child a bear Who has great friend or these two little friends and He went on a journey to fall asleep So that was the whole story. That was the crux members for kids. You don't have to make it war and peace It just has to make sense to the little ones and we didn't really talk down to them. We enjoyed Telling a story that the whole family could listen to and so I took this idea to my colleagues at the airline and the airline Allowed us supported us. They did a big article of me in their Magazine their aircraft airplane magazine. So you guys I remember those Yes, you remember the back seats of each airline, you know, yeah Well, I was on page three. I'll never forget it for that month and along with my colleagues at the airline so we would voice the stories and That led to so many other things but largely they had a plaque of me on the airline wall Of my accomplishments. So the magazine they had the picture which I'll share with everybody put it on I put it on social media put it on our website at hair radio comm for everybody but what was so astonishing is that no other employee had a plaque on the wall at the airline except me and When I would fly on the airplane, you know, I would travel back from LA to my home My family and stuff on the East Coast They would announce that I was on the airplane and to turn to page three so they could read the article And everybody would clap on the airplane Well, that is me That did it for me. So that's how I kind of that kind of really brought me into it and You know to think and so I think John for inspiring me to create fluff the bear that went on to the success of the airline and then The big news is the airline wanted me to develop audio content for the airplane for children So that led me to go to end up on Sunset Boulevard in LA At the same building where Atlantic Records was at the time you guys you know may remember Atlantic Records, so I went out to that building and Because somehow I got connected with a public relations firm back in those days. I didn't know PR I didn't know what a publicist was like anybody else. I was just like, you know, just fun for life and So I got connected with a public relations firm and I remember going in that building and on the elevator looking out and seeing Atlantic Records on one of the floor That and Going up to the PR firm and there were no black faces Let me just just be honest with everybody there were none and I said in the conference room They all came in and they connected me with an or an outfit that took radio they had their own radio network, which I still remember and They took my children's cassette Idea my children cassette and turned it into a radio commercial and they put that commercial of my cassette onto 875 stations advertisement so we were in 75 markets talking about fluff to bear cassettes and the commercial, you know the radio show and the you know Get your own commercial. I'm sorry get your own buy your own cassette So I that was my first time being out in 875 markets at the beginning of this and the 90s and so from there I was discovered in part by I took that and turned it into a weekly Theater show and the gentleman who was one of the stars of the Amos and Andy TV show now Remember, this is Los Angeles He had opened up and created a very respected live performing theater called the Ebony Showcase in Los Angeles and he was there with his wife and his daughter Valerie and his name was Nick Nick Stewart Nicholas Stewart was one of the stars of Amos and Andy So I went to the theater. He loved me they loved me there and I got to know his family and he allowed me to put on a Fluff the bear live performing show on Saturdays and that's what I did. So I had the radio show by the way the public relations firm Introduced me to a radio station out in Glendale, California So I was able to put on the very first Radio show that was on that I in LA anyway at 730 in the evening Caught the fluff the bear radio show from there That was all running kind of Simultaneously with The theater show from Nick Stewart theater called again the Ebony Showcase theater what I loved about Ebony Showcase theater and again you mentioned about the six degrees is that One of the Board of Trustees he'd have the story had all these Black celebrities as trustees of his theater His Board of Trustees and one of those individuals was of course guess who? Bill Biked Oh bill. Oh my no posse. So there you go. Miss Mary Wow Well right now we're listening to a air radio Network or which one I wear we hear radio warning. So what's the greenery in right now? Well, that's the thing and I wanted to spell out the beginning. So that's how the hair radio show Had started so I got that emphasis when I returned back home I took the success from all those cassette sales moved back to the East Coast and opened up office space in downtown, Newark, New Jersey and That's where I had my own Staff I had all kinds of folks helping me at that time the two assistants and again upstairs in Newark It was really nice now So I created the hair radio show at that time and The hair radio show was really just the idea of taking I thought I would just have a hairstylist or to give out some hair tips and That would be it So I assembled a staff most folks don't know that I didn't host the first hair radio show even on my own production Well, I had taken four Hairstylists two were doing what in those days we call natural hair, which is what it is still is But they would do like locks and twists. That's what they were known for in orange, New Jersey and one lady She was in the Montclair, New Jersey and she would talk about like the cosmetology side of hair Hair care and then I had another gentleman who was a barber and but I think he also did like natural hair but he was like a barber in that realm and And the four of them along with I just produced the show the first hair radio show I just produced it and they would talk and they were wonderful. I love them so very much But you're looking back at the lens Now that's very different than in 1995 In 1995 we all had to be in the same room to produce a radio show like that pretty much You could dial in but it was you had to go up to a radio station and those days So it was so hard to connect everybody who was in different places and they were awesome I love them so very much. I wonder whatever happened to them. I'm gonna see if I can find them To just go very high. Yeah, that would be awesome. I'm gonna try to do that I'm so glad we're having this discussion this morning on the head radio show But yeah, that's how I started and the only reason I said well I love the hairstylist giving tips But let me see if maybe I could do it since I couldn't get everybody as Often as I wanted to and I had schedules and things like that to adhere to for the radio Stations that we were on Allen and down in Newark, New Jersey And so I said I'll take over the hosting I fail except me I'm thinking you know as far as the public is concerned I said because I can look at it from the Novice's point of view which is probably the it's the angle anyway that I wanted to have I wanted to ask the questions Genuinely that folks who? Need to know you know would like to know that's the same thing I wanted to know and that's what I did I started with that in mind And I took over the reins of hosts of my own show and creation For the hair radio show and that's how I started But with Mary with that impetus or with the thought anyway that I was providing content for just the general public I had no idea That that the we were going to be taken over so to speak by professionals in the industry by the product companies by All kinds of folks coming on board by the entertainment folks even high But I had no even talk about some of the products Yes, talk about some of the product connections and and people in the industry that Have appeared or that you've worked with on hair radios network Absolutely well and also just to wrap it up So you know what happened after that because we went from the three word title the hair radio show to the actual kind of like five word title, which is the hair radio morning show so as I said back in 95 the Hair radio show was created, and I'm very proud of that and we started again with folks You know the general public providing tips, but as we moved along I? Left the industry the end and and I wasn't that steeped in the hair industry.
Entertainment Update for 3-19
"I'm Archie's are a letter with an entertainment update. Actor Lance Reddick, who had roles in the TV series the wire and in the John Wick movies has died at the age of 60, his publicist says Reddick died suddenly on Friday, but gave no details. Reddick said in a 2012 AP interview he was proud of his work on the wire. When you step back and when you actually look at it, you think, wow, I'm part of I'm in that group. Remember the mess with ticketmaster and Taylor Swift tickets last year, swift kicked off her eras tour Friday in Glendale, Arizona, ending with the song karma. She told the crowd of more than 70,000 she realized it took considerable effort for them to be there. That is the song tegu it by late rapper Coolio. It's the first single from an album called long live Coolio that his estate will release later this year. Kulia was working on new music when he died of cardiac arrest in September. I'm Archie's are a letter.
"glendale" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To honor the start of her upcoming aero tour, the city of Glendale will temporarily change its name during swift's concert dates on March 17th and 18th. Glendale's mayor Jerry wires will reportedly announce the city's new name on Monday. Swift's errors tour is highly anticipated after fans had issues trying to access tickets on ticketmaster. And any one year old man who spent nearly a week stuck in a snow bank in his SUV is back home. Jerry durey left his mountain home in big pine California in the sparsely populated eastern side of the Sierra Nevada mountains on February 24th. He was headed for his family home and Gardner real Nevada, an hour south of Reno, his grandson told CNN that the retired mathematician and former NASA employee had checked road and weather conditions before leaving, but his SUV slid off the road into a snow bank and a huge storm swept in. Toure stayed in the vehicle, conserved the gas and battery and survived on candy, croissants, and biscotti for 6 days before a rescue helicopter team spotted him. He spent a few hours in the hospital being checked over, then the next day he was on a bus back to his home in Nevada. And a music history news back on this date in 1997, Paul McCartney became sir Paul McCartney when he received his knighthood for his songwriting and overall efforts and revolutionizing pop music. I'm Chris, NBC News radio. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. As U.S. regulators seek a buyer for the remnants of SVB financial group, they'll be working to find a home for sprawling commercial banking operations, a wealth unit, an investment bank and a fund manager. Silicon Valley bank was seized by regulators Friday. Amid a run on deposits and that aborted push to raise capital. The federal deposit insurance corp now aims to find buyers for the firm's various businesses to return as much of clients money as possible. Major banks are likely to at least explore purchasing SVB businesses, given their manageable size and the attractive client base of tech firms and their wealthy founders. February is a strong employment gains will reinforce the federal reserves determination to raise interest rates, even a signs of moderation, keep the size of the next hike in doubt. A quarter percentage point or maybe a half. With worries about SVB financial group giving policymakers something else to consider, a milder than expected monthly increase in average hourly earnings and higher unemployment are helpful signs for officials trying to cool off the labor market. Jeffrey Rosenberg is senior portfolio manager for systematic fixed income at BlackRock. So you have to be careful about over interpreting kind of the longer run fundamental interpretation of come Tuesday with a hot CPI report, all of this is going to get sort of thrown out and reinterpreted. On the other hand, and above forecast gain for hiring suggests that first quarter growth is pretty healthy. We are hearing Facebook parent meta platforms is considering different divestiture options for customer that's customer with a K, that is the customer service software company, it acquired for $1 billion back in 2020. This is part of a plan for broader cost cuts, our sources saying meta hasn't yet decided what to do with customer but could spin off the business or try and sell it. Amid a spokesperson said in a statement that we are currently exploring strategic alternatives for customer and will continue to support customers product and customer base throughout
Arizona School Board Member Says No Teachers With Christian Values
"Okay, I want to play this piece of tape here from a school board member in Arizona. Do we know what school board it is? I want to get that. It's her name is quite something. Her name is tamiya Valencia. That's quite a name. I got to tell you. So tamia valence suela is on the governing board of the Washington elementary school district. And she has some very strong opinions. And so the Washington elementary school district is right in northwest Phoenix right near Glendale and right near Peoria. This is an extraordinary piece of tape. She first describes herself as bilingual, disabled, all right? This is a new one. I gotta be honest. I am pretty up to date on all the new labels of the left. Neuro divergent, anybody? That's a new one. She's a neuro divergent queer black Latina. Oh, is that another way of saying she has ADHD or autistic? I've never heard that word used in that way. Okay. Well, I wish the best for her. So she's bilingual, disabled, neurodivergent, queer, black, Latina. That's her title, right? Oppression Olympics look at me, look at my metals. Look at all these different things I have. And there's other labels too that I think I might give her after the tape. So effectively, the Washington elementary school district in Phoenix, which serves students in Phoenix and Glendale areas had an ongoing contract with Arizona Christian university, ACU, great school for 5 years, enabling their students. Their student teachers to be placed in its schools for field experience. The contract opened up opportunities for recruitment and hiring. On February 23rd, the board of green on a motion to dissolve the partnership with the Christian university, they did not immediately respond to a question, request for comment on whether they would buy bicyclist Christian beliefs, but listen to her. Again, this is tamiya valenzuela, who is the bilingual disabled neurodivergent queer black Latina who is serving on your school board in suburban Phoenix, play cut one 14. Oh by the way, she wears cat ears, play cut one 14. Part of the their values is influence engage in transform the culture with truth by promoting the biblically informed values that are foundational to western civilization. I want to know, I'll bring you people from an institution that is ingrained in their values. That will very directly one impact three of your board members who are a part of the LGBTQ community, where we only performing performative, solidarity, or are we going to dig deep and actually look at the partnerships that we're doing.
More Than 50 Million Americans Are Projected to Bet on the Super Bowl
"50 million American adults plan to bet on the Super Bowl, wagering $16 billion in all says the gambling industry. That's more than double the amount from last year, as the legal sports betting market continues to grow. So who are they betting on? The American gaming association survey finds they are evenly split, 44% like the eagles and 44% like the chiefs. The eagles have been favorites on FanDuel. Kick-off time is 6 30 p.m. eastern at State Farm stadium in Glendale, Arizona. I'm Rita foley
Blake Masters: Mark Kelly Has No Excuse for Supporting More Inflation
"Mark Kelly is a fraud He's your opponent He's a fake He's a big supporter of the inflation reduction act Now Blake you're pretty smart guy You know economics as well as anyone We got the CPI number today And core inflation is now the worst it's been in 40 years I'm only 47 Blake I don't even remember 7 years old I think I was playing wiffle ball at the corner of 64th in Myrtle not sure in Glendale but it's been a long time since inflation has sucked this bad How does mark Kelly wiggle his way out of this Him and his Democrat party supporting a hilariously named Bill that is made inflation worse since his past But what's his excuse for that Well he doesn't have even very good excuses right You saw him try to wiggle his way out of this last Thursday A week ago on the debate stage And I think I put him on the ropes I mean I think I really crushed him How could he expect to defend his record when it's just indefensible And the inflation reduction act isn't that such a funny name right They passed that two months ago Well shock surprise inflation is just going up and up It's like Obama's Affordable Care Act Did that make healthcare affordable No it sent prices to the moon right The Democrats their orwellian with the way they named these bills But people are just sick and tired but most people in Arizona are waking up to the fact that the inflation reduction act So called was actually just a $700 billion tax and spend Bill It's making inflation worse and that's just why we can't change leadership soon enough
"glendale" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To safely evacuate your home and proceed to the evacuation site at Glendale community college Police have since said it was a training exercise Hollywood's biggest night will again be held in March The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced this week the Oscars will be handed out march 12th 2023 at the Dolby theater in Los Angeles I'm Julie Ryan Alaska airlines is apologizing for canceling dozens of flights a day Lucinda K reports Alaska airlines CEO Ben mini kuchi says out of 1200 flights each day they're canceling about 50 flights per day We had 63 fewer pilots than what we planned for when we built our schedule By the time we caught this error April and May schedules were bid on by our pilots and flight attendants This error is having a continued ripple effect for me He says they've hired 150 new pilots 1100 flight attendants and 200 reservation agents Along with the reductions we made to our schedule will ensure we run an operation that you can count on Pilots picketed earlier this year prepping for contract negotiations However neither side claims the labor issues have anything to do with scheduled mishaps Delaware state university is filing a formal civil rights complaint with the U.S. Department of Justice over a traffic stop in Georgia Brian shook has more The move comes after DSU's women's lacrosse team had their bus and personal belongings searched last month The state attorney general has also called for a federal civil rights probe into the incident noting that Delaware state is one of the oldest historically black universities in the country An asteroid bigger than a skyscraper will fly past earth this weekend NASA says the potentially dangerous boulder will hurdle past our planet Sunday Night at over 18,000 mph They call it potentially dangerous because it will get within three and a half million miles of earth anything closer than 4.6 million miles is considered dangerous This particular asteroid came even closer to earth back in 2020 and will pass by again in 2024 An actor known for his roles in the right stuff and tremors is dead at the age of 79 Fred ward had both recently appeared in the hit series True Detective ward's many film credits in his 40 year career include acting with Clint Eastwood in escape from Alcatraz and with Meryl Streep in silkwood His cause of death has not been released I'm Julie Ryan And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom The European Union is set to offer its gas importers a solution to avoid a breach of sanctions when buying fuel from Russia and still effectively satisfy president Vladimir Putin's demands over payment in rubles We're hearing that in new guidance on gas payments the European Commission plans to say that companies should make a clear statement they consider their obligations fulfilled once they pay in Euros or dollars Our sources saying that the EU's executive arm told the governments that the guidance does not prevent companies from opening an account at Gazprom bank and will allow them to purchase gas in accordance with EU sanctions following Russia's invasion of Ukraine European companies have been scrambling for weeks to figure out how they can meet Moscow's demand and keep the crucial gas flowing without violating sanctions on Russia's Central Bank Federal Reserve bank of Cleveland president Loretta mester is backing raising interest rates by half percentage points at the Central Bank's next two policy meetings in order to tamp down surging inflation We get the story from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet Speaking during a virtual appearance at the international research forum on monetary policy master said quote unless there are some big surprises I expect it to be appropriate to raise the policy rate another 50 basis points at each of our next two meetings Central bankers raised rates by half a point of their meeting earlier this month and chair Jay Powell told reporters that similar moves are on the table at the next two meetings Bloomberg's Charlie pellet there The New York City parks department is facing a worker shortage New York one reports that with fewer workers the department is projecting that at the July peak of the high season of parks usage there will be 259 fewer total cleanup workers than there were last year Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This.
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell Gives an Election Integrity Update
"I just wanted to have you on the program today to kind of get an update because everywhere I go, people say, what's going on with the election and the different states, whatever. And my answer is always, I don't know. I have to ask Mike because you have been working tirelessly, giving generously out of your own pocket for the sake of this nation. And I want my audience to know. So where are we? What is happening right now? Well, first I'm going to put a little extra bizarreness to this before I tell you where we're at on everything. You know, as we have been going around meeting with every state, just I mean, I can it's a 30 some states already. We just met, this was three days ago, everybody, with Utah. Some politicians in Utah. We've put out everybody get ready for this. As a pilot project, they used in the 2020 election, a lower municipality voting or whatever. They allowed you to email in your vote or text it in. Excuse me, stop. You're joking. You're joking. No, I'm not joking. This is a true fact. They could email or text your vote in everybody. You know, this was a pilot. When I heard this, I was floored. I said, you gotta be kidding me. And I just want everyone to see where things are going in our country. I mean, that is, to me, is the most bizarre. I know my own emails get hacked on a daily basis. I can have trolls taxing me in the middle of the night when I'm when I'm a lot of times I'll just play with them. Go, hey, troll, how's it going? You know? You know you get some sleep like Glendale. Stop it. I'm okay, but here's where we're at. We've got we've got a we've got about 5 different things going on at the same time. The first one everybody's been asking me about is the Supreme Court complaint. Great news, everybody. Just yesterday, the final edits were done that the attorneys general wanted changes that they that they wanted. And they remember this is the people's report, but the attorney generals are the ones that are states. Let's just be clear. So people understand 'cause not everybody is following this right now, you have gone to the attorneys general of various states in America to put together a lawsuit. You learned from the one that was put together a month ago that the Supreme Court refused to look at it. They didn't look at it and reject it. They refused to consider it. Last year, yeah, so you said we're going to go back to the drawing board. We're going to do it again. We've learned from our mistakes, and this time we're going to put it in front of them again, and we're going to dare them to refuse to look at it because we're going to do everything they need us
L.a.'s New COVID Vaccination Proof Rules Go in Effect Today
"So today, is it today? I think it is, right? So let me get this straight in Los Angeles. I'm broadcasting from right outside Los Angeles. Glendale, California. Which is its own city, so in Glendale, at this point, do you have to show a vaccination certificate? To get into a restaurant or wait so long that is a hair salons, nail salons, the like, that's LA county, correct? And that I believe does begin today. No, no, LA county. I think so. I think so, 'cause I live in LA county not in LA city and I don't believe I can get a haircut. Where I live. That that's my take a look. So look it up. Ellie county salons. Put that. I think that would probably get it cut it for you. But anyway, in LA, listen to this from the Los Angeles Times, which of course is for anything that the bribes people of freedom except abortion. Is this the beginning of the end Kim prince asked during a recent phone call? We have been in a period of pivot pivot pivot. I just want to fry chicken. A Monday prince who owns hot ville restaurant in the Baldwin hills Crenshaw mall, and all other restaurants in the city of Los Angeles will have to pivot again to comply with a new ordinance that requires customers to show proof of a vaccine, or a negative COVID-19 test. To dine indoors. Enforcement of the ordinance which covers shopping malls, movie theaters, beauty saloons and other indoor activities will start November 29th.
"glendale" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"At 8 24 East Glendale, When the East Valley at Cooper, which is the same as Stapley and Guadalupe, or 26, 40 70 Southern Avenue Southern Avenue straight south of the Sky Harbor Airport on Monday through Saturdays, you can go to our big Tree Farm and Stanfield, Stanfield wrote about Miles south of an estate eight. If you need trees, any kind, any size from 15 gallons your big 72 inch boxes. We've got them growing right here in Arizona, Um, come out and see us. We deliver plant guarantee We're licensed, bonded insured, and we Got a great staff of professionals to help you in any dimension of planting trees. Uh, next up. We've got chaired down in Glendale. Hello, Chad. Everybody. How are you? Excellent. Hey, Brian, I gotta um so we just built a house out by Luke Air Force Base, and the tree that we fell in love with is a Pikus and it wasn't a 40 inch 48 inch box. Although the problem is is that trees about the price of a good used car? So Now, if I gotta five or 15 gallons, like is how long would it take to get to that size? Well, I was, you know, we grow a lot of fighters down in our nursery at 19th Avenue and Dobbins is kind of our ficus growing yard. And I would say from from a 15 gallon to a 48 inch box tree for us in the nurseries about five or six years. Um, now at home in the ground is gonna be a little faster unless you have a freeze. Um, so if you take a 15 gallon to grow to a 48 inch size, where the fight is tree on the grounds, probably four years. And now let me ask you this. You get brought up a good point that you're growing yard is at $19 the tree that I'm going to put in the ground. Should I buy it in a habitat? It's close to where I live or doesn't matter. Doesn't really make much difference. You know, we we grow a lot of trees here in Arizona, and we have, you know, all together over 500 acres of trees growing here in Arizona. But we certainly bring trees from Florida and California and Texas and even sometimes Hawaii and if you had of Oregon, you know, so when they're acclimated the proper time of year, you know, a good healthy treats a good, healthy tree Ficus netted as a grand primarily, you know, in California, Arizona and some in Florida. So what's the best time of year for me To put that fighters on the ground? Well, really good time to plan to fight. This is like an early October. You know, they have a good growing season when the weather drops below hundreds Perfect and you got a chance to have the tree get rooted and established before it gets cold and the biggest problem for ficus here. Historically,.
"glendale" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Supports Arizona supports your neighborhood. The good folks family owned and operated. Sanderson, Ford own and operate. I think they're going six Don't know They just had the 66 sale, So I think they're going on 67 years old and 64 acres of vehicles. You will never, ever regret. Stopping At the lot. On 51st Avenue, south of Glendale. Of Sanderson, Ford. Continuing our celebration of American patriotism here on the 20th anniversary of 9 11. There are events all over the state going on, Uh, not hard to find just Search me, but one interesting one. Have you seen the Tower Challenge Foundation out of Tucson. They have three. Uh Three different locations, uh, at the Tucson Convention Center. Um Wherever the coyotes play. I can't remember name of the stadium and Glendale right now. Glenn Ballerina Glendale Arena. Uh and then in a you SkyDome and you go, Uh, climb 2000 and 71 steps, Which is how many steps were in the, uh, World Trade Center all 112 stores, but one interesting one as well. There's a carefree Arizona is the carefree 9 11 Reflection resident and former Marine Sergeant Bob Jenkins will speak about his experience being in the 39th floor of the World Trade Center on that day. Nuts at six o'clock tonight at the town council Chambers would be interesting. There are a number of events. I think Grandell are sorry, Gilbert Having something at 6 30 may sample theaters having something East Valley and all over the state, Sedona's I think having some counsel And let's break Megan into the conversation who is called? We've asked for people to call and share with our stories They have of the hope and the love and the unity and the patriotism they saw. On 9 12. Good morning, Megan. Pirozzi. Tell us your story I call you bet you so My daughter and I lived together and worked together on the morning of 9 11 and we while we were getting ready, ready for work. That's when we saw what happened. And we both just were standing. We called into our boss so that we weren't going to be in work. And then we went straight to the Red Cross. Thinking that we were going to donate blood when we got there. Because we didn't know what else we could do when we got there. There were hundreds of people wrapped around that building in line to give blood. The Red Cross volunteers were beside themselves because they didn't have the staffing to deal with those people. And so several of us, my daughter and I and several other people jumped in and started scheduling appointments with people so that they could come back and give glad. We were taking names and numbers so that we could get a call is going to call him back. Meanwhile, others were coming going to the store and coming back with bottles of water for all the people that were in line. And I just knew from that, because when I felt like we're going to be okay. Uh, this is our neighbors. That were all taken care of each other right now. And so that was just such a hopeful moment in my life. Well, thank you very moment helped me get through it. Thank you for sharing it and it's going to help all of us get through today's anniversary, And it's exactly what we're here for with Dr David Dean. Associate professor of history at Grand Canyon University. Sharing what you remember about the hope of 9 12. Sure. And you know, 9 12 I like you was shocked on 9 11. I a person that watches the news flips between as many news channels as I can, and I was probably up all night watching and then 99 12. It's You know, settling in now, and that's when the stories of people helping the hero is, um that just, you know, going to the Red Cross. Um newspapers started to have full page ads from companies like American Express and Bank one at the time. Hey, get out! Give blood American Red Cross big ad Have people come out The community was rallying around and we mentioned before about flags. A little company in ST Louis, the All States Flag and Banner company in ST Louis. By step Tober 14th two days later. Three days later, they had over three million requests for flags. And their little five person office. That's how people were responding. Uh wow. Wow. How do you get three million requests and three days at the time? The orders, you know, I mean, coming. I mean, that's uh, massive amount in the Internet was not Very old yet, right? Right. There's no way that many phone calls came in, right, so somehow or another, they're just they're just you know, the orders are pouring in because people are out of the stores and the hardware stores and places are out of stock. And they're making flags. So it wasn't individual orders. It could be the WalMart of Arizona, asking for another half a million facts, not you. That's awesome. Well, I can remember reassuring people. At the time. I said, Look, it hurts that hurt a lot, but but we're America. Um You will hear in a lot of stories. That it was the worst terrorist event on American soil. Now if I lived in 18 12 and I saw the British burning down my White House. Um, that seems pretty impactful. I'd be pretty upset that day. Sure. Well in the war of 18 12, of course, was significant day. It's probably one of the the toughest for Americans at the time, because yes, the British came and sacked the capital. They're bombarding our Fords. They're they're attacking not only just about Washington, D C but up in northern part and down in New Orleans. And so there's a lot of comparisons. But one of the things about that is that the nation state Attacking another nation state, and that's not a terrorist attack doesn't meet. That definition certainly was a bad day. But it's not necessarily a terrorist day. There are other examples like the Oklahoma bombing 9 11, of course, the towers had been attacked before 1993. Those are the kind of terrorist attacks That we kind of come to even Pearl Harbor sometimes gets compared because of the surprise and shock. People reacted in many of the same ways, but the event itself for more nation states against nation states as opposed to this clandestine terrorist. We don't really know what this Enemies faces and now we have to use all that you bring up Pearl Harbor and Um Of course, I was born a little bit after that, so I can kind of relate to the kids that have been born. The last 15 years didn't experience it. But I'll never forget. I was working for a man by the name of David Dais Days. Painting company. This is about 1984. And he drops me off at a home in the Kanto Historic district. And says, Um, let me show you what she wants done, and we're going to repaint this basement. I go down in her basement. And she's got. It's like a museum in this basement for the life of me. I cannot remember this woman's name. What about halfway through the morning, I'm finishing prepping and get ready to break out the paint. She comes downstairs with some doughnuts and coffee and we start visiting. She was a survivor. Of Pearl Harbor. And this just happened to be December 7th about 1984 1984. Wow, and she went on for two hours with tears running down her cheeks. Talking about being in the shower in her window in the shower, she could see the harbor. And you watched the entire thing standing in her shower. And, uh, But like you say, that's what we wanted declared war, So that's different than 18 12. Right, Right. It's different, Uh, Japanese, of course, right afterwards or they're making a declaration of war. But there is already tensions worldwide. The axis powers were already formed. War was breaking out in Europe already. It was only a matter of time for America was going into the war and, um Imperial. Japan's aggression was had its ice on American soil to try to stop them from Us from retaliating against them and their expansion. Um, but again, those are geopolitical things that have deep roots in diplomacy and in nation states and those things, whereas terrorism Its ideological and it's, uh it's there to create an emotional reaction to disrupt and destroy not to necessarily conquer what Not so this this book you've brought in. What is that? So I brought in the actually official authorized edition of the 9 11 Commission report is that Is that like riveting reading? It's absolutely nail biting, reading that page Turner They even have a few pictures in it. Um, So you're saying it's government snoozer? It's a true Yes. Um, but the interesting thing about it is the recommendations section in the back. So that's after after, uh, bipartisan committees from Congress investigated 9 11 asked What happened. Can you do better? Those things overwhelmingly. The recommendations come about. Is about unity, more unity of purpose from Congress or unity between agencies sharing information and trying to set up this is where we get the homeland Security the T s a and those things because the idea was to bring together The failures of 9 11 were not that we were unprepared. It's just that we didn't realize that we needed a more unified response and so taking the lessons just from the people around. In their efforts, Congress and this report really comes to a conclusion that the only way that we can be prepared again is with a unity of purpose. And I think that that phrase you don't have purpose is really what Americans were already experiencing in doing. Here's what I want everybody to think about in our last break.
"glendale" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Sally Struthers said the word pregnant on TV pregnant on TV, it was a big deal. We've reversed in culture. I'm not saying one is better than the other. We're just different now. Now everything is sexual. Everything is sexual. And You can't make any jokes because it's cultural appropriation. You can't even dress a certain way. You know what's funny? Um, one of the the conflict now would be like with the band, the village people. The village people were groundbreaking. You know, it's all gay band back in the eighties, and everybody loved their music. Except everything was cultural, cultural appropriation. They had an Indian. They had a cop. They had a cowboy. They had a construction worker. Everybody was cultural approach. So which is it? Would they be able to fit in now with society? We are. We've lost our minds. The founding documents of this country are not taught, and they should be. And now instead of not only are they not going to be taught, we're teaching people that they are dangerous. We're doomed if we don't reverse course on this kind of stuff, I mean it. You wonder why I say it's the immigrants to this nation that are going to say that this is why, because the people that have lived other places that are truly oppressed that come here for the opportunity and realize what the United States affords them. They want to fight to not let it change. And then people that are born here that figure out ways to construct new problems to have do things like this. It's it's absurd. This is absolutely absurd. Coming up just after 10 o'clock. We're going to talk about the economy. Jobless claims way down. That's a good thing, but tax increases in what's coming next. We're going to talk about that, as the president and the president's going to speak. We'll talk about Covid as well. All that is coming up very, very soon. You know all my friends at Sanderson Ford 66 years here in the Valley. Um I will tell you the difference for me and I've been dealing with them for a long time. As I mentioned before my girls, my my family, my extended family people here in the valley. Um, we've but probably 14 or 15. Sanderson Ford's Over the years Now they're located at 51st Avenue in Maryland, which is just north of Bethany Home Road in the city of Glendale. Uh, 65 acres of Ford products. It's a different experience. There's a reason why they are the most customer service oriented business or dealership in the country, and they've won all of the awards. It's because they pay attention to that detail. It is a different.
Interview With Frank Marshall of 'the Bee Gees: How Can You Mend a Broken Heart'
"Thank you so much for doing the pike as great to have you and congrats on the nomination at thank you. My first verse. Wow okay. I can't believe that. Well so i. I as a director. Okay no well that's fantastic and of course Come to plenty of. Bg's related stuff but on this podcast. We go right from the very beginning. So if you wouldn't mind just telling listeners where were you born and raised in. What is your folks do for a living. I was actually born in glendale california I was raised out in the san fernando valley until we moved to newport beach for high school so i went to high school in newport and then i went to ucla. So i've never left the west side. And and i guess you were. Athletics have always been a big part of your life. Yes athletics and music. My dad was was a composer. Arranger played jazz guitars are grew up in a musical family He was under contract to capitol records on and my mom played piano so There was a lot of music in our house as i was growing up. All right so eventually you off to to ucla. And i don't believe it was with a specific focus on thelma. I so what was it. And how did we end up with you in on a phone bath. No i was kind of a normal teenager and had no idea what i wanted to do when i went to to. Ucla i started i. I did like a semester and engineering. And then i went into theater arts for a couple of semesters and then i ended up in pali cy but along the way i took a couple of classes in in theater arts and and one of them was Movies and a wonderful professor whose name a gray herald gray. Yeah forget his name but he had written this book on the history of movies so we had this little paperback book. And so you know. I thought great so i learned by just watching great old movies
"glendale" Discussed on No Agenda
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"glendale" Discussed on No Agenda
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"glendale" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT
"Plus you'll be entered to win an iot grab bag which is basically it'll be whatever connected devices i have roaming around the house Some of them will have been tested but most of them are just new in box. So i know. I've got a wise outlet right now. I know that. I have a our doorbell wireless doorbell so you know if you have a teenager you could give it to them and you bring the door bell outside the room and i'll probably find one or two other things to stick in there so to enter to win that you need to give us a call at five one two six two three seven four two four and this week's question actually comes from glendale arizona and us there you go. Let's hear it. I can keep them arizona. Last week came in gave a review on the wise law. And i couldn't help but kinda relate to him which is functionality updated. How why is updating their products in big fan of why the have lots of their products and the problem is that they feel like they're getting too big and too many cry that's the backlog is getting too large for them to a their products. And you know. I have a vacuum for example. And i'd like to say hey man i may go back office functionalities not there yet and otherwise watch and i Get text messages. But it doesn't just as comes from other doesn't tell me where it comes from so that's kind of annoying in back in the day. I know there are with just being the cameras. They updated lot and I just wanted to get your thoughts on that understanding an iterative and flexible. Wait for update. But it seems like their way backlog. Now i just wanted to get your thoughts on that and see what you think. The future holds for them thanks again. Let's show by okay keith. I feel like since kevin has all the wise gear or most of the why scare. I'm gonna let kevin answer this question. So i'm going to say right off the bat i think keith observation is spot on. This is strictly my opinion. Just based on looking at what wise has been doing and they've been doing a lot over last year so many products this we were joking about a little earlier in the show but they don't seem to be delivering the promised features were the features that people really want in a timely fashion as keith has noted the cameras those to get updates quite often and they're very useful updates but the other devices keys matches the vacuum which i have not tried the wise watch which did try so many other devices from wise. Just don't get the attention that they really should to be viable products in the smart home and keep people happy. I think right now. It's all about price. People are buying lives for price. And there's nothing wrong with that. But you just have to understand what keith is pointed out and what i have seen because i agree with them. You're not buying these for what they may be able to do. You better be happy with what they can do it launch because you just don't know when additional features are coming. Yeah and i would say what would i say. I don't know what would you say. Kevin you're gonna have to say. Yeah you're right okay in. There's two cents. I only have some outlets. Which do exactly what. I need them to do. And are not fancy. And a scale. Which i don't know i think it got an update some point in time but i never step on it so i never know until it doesn't doesn't matter i could care less. He's not information can suffer with outdated software. They can deal with it. Okay well thank you for sharing your observation. And letting kevin talk about this for a bit and remember if you would like to be part of the show give us a call at five one two six two three seven four two four and you'll be entered to win that particular grab pack and that concludes this part of the show but please stay tuned for our guest. Chris grove the chief evangelist at mizukami networks. He's going to be talking about industrial iot security ransomware and all of the fun stuff that hitting our news feeds every day but before that while here from our sponsor this week sponsor is silicon labs. Hey everyone we're taking a quick break from the internet of things. Podcast message from our sponsor this week. Sponsor is silicon. And i'd love to welcome. Jake allah matt who is vice president and general manager of the home and life. Business unit silicon labs. Today jake is going to talk to us about works with which is silicon labs virtual conference coming up in mid september and for those who don't know silicon labs. Can you tell us a little bit about the company..
Interview With Actor, John Cho
"How's it going. thanks for. thanks for coming down. Thanks for doing this. Yeah john we were thrilled when you said yes. What was it about our podcast that made you wanna come on l. a. times. It's my hometown paper. Secondly i listened a lot of podcasts. I just become really interested in the medium. And then thirdly i was Few months ago. I was listening to divvy chang's podcast and he had I can't remember the guests now. But he's had a few asian americans on and when they got into culture was so unique. Or i realized it was very foreign to hear asian speaking to one another in media and i realized also called a buddy of mine and we who had the same reaction he was so excited to hear it and it wasn't anything explicit. It was just like the tone was different. I realized also at that moment. I've been talking about being asian my whole career to white people and i thought oh i have to make a concerted effort to talk about these things that come up To asian americans. And i i would like asian americans to hear that conversation. Well we're going to start out by talking about. I guess your childhood your life. Well so your family came to the us in the seventies you grew up in a bunch of places including like monterey park and went to school in glendale what was that. Like which component of that Growing up in monterey park. I did i was there very briefly as born in seoul was there till i was six years old and then came to houston texas went to elementary school in houston then the roaming started we went to. I think seattle daly city san jose monterey park We settled in glendale so the year. You kinda went off to college was was nineteen. Ninety-two right. ninety
"glendale" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Degrees in Glendale. Good morning, and for Jamie West, I'm Peter Sam, or The Telegraph. Fire grew 20,000 acres yesterday and destroyed another four homes near El Capitan. Firefighters expect no rain and more heat to fuel the flames. Ktrs Jim Cross has the latest in just a few minutes. Katie our eyes on immigration. Texas Governor Greg Abbott is resurrecting former President Trump's dream of a border wall. In a podcast about Republican politics. Texas Governor Greg Abbott solicited donations from people who would like to help fund border Wall construction. He's also allocated a quarter billion dollars in state money Either way, he says. This program is officially funded in the state of Texas Democratic Congressman Henry Cuellar, whose district includes the border region is skeptical. I think politically sounds good, practically, it's not Gonna happen. He notes that Abbott faces serious challenges to re election next year. Jim Ryan, ABC NEWS Dallas K t A R news time is 5 55. And Here's Danny Sullivan from the Valley Chevy Dealers. Traffic Center. You do have a rush hour. It's on I 10 east found between 51st Avenue in seventh Street. Plenty of break tapping there also, I 17 running heavy South found between 19th Avenue at about seven street, You know, going back on I 10. On the westbound side. It looks good until you get I 10 West found west of Avondale Boulevard, and you do have an accident there. It's in the clearing stages off right. This report, sponsored by indeed dot com, indeed, believes less is more. That's why they have powerful tools to help you. Source screen and higher quality people faster..
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"Got a car fire on the two in Glendale is some good news here on the North Found side at Mountain Street. This car fire has been extinguished. And I just received word from the highway patrol that all lanes have reopened. But we're still backing up off of the 1 34 Freeway and also the connector from the 1 34 east to the two north. Pretty jam packed right now. Check out East l A. With Mike O'Brien K a pie in the sky. Sponsored by injury. Attorney Superwoman Super Lawyer Calm Be a tough drive for the five South outside of the Santa Ana Freeway. That's gonna load up there right out of East L A entertain. That will be heaviest down through the five and 5605. I should say beyond that pretty good in the Orange County Now, South 605 at the five right? We're on Firestone. You're just putting out of the middle Lane's there. So that's really added your tough drive thru wittier, really starting way back at the 60 out of East L A. On the 60 £60. You're gonna hit the brakes here from the 7 10 through Montebello after that, paramount And then on it off the breaks through Whittier. I should say through Hacienda Heights on and off to the 57 birds injured in that accident visit superwoman super lawyer dot com. Mike O'Brien KF high in the sky. An inquiry to the 14 North bound in Newhall Avenue. A crash in the two right lane sent you back from the five K A pie in the sky helps get you there faster. I'm Angel Martinez. This report is sponsored by average law. Have you been laid off, fired or quit your job within the last year? Did you work over eight hours in the day without getting paid overtime You have legal rights and may be entitled to compensation. Call every law at 808 198 28. That's.
U.S. sees major surge in migrants at southern border
"Or more Katya RFM, Glendale, Phoenix and a half 1000, according to H. H s official and a document obtained by ABC News. Numbers separate from the number of unaccompanied Children and Border Patrol custody, which, as ABC News is reported, is that a record of more than 5000 the surge of the border leading to heartbreak ABC is Matt Gutman in El Paso, Texas migrants many of them with Children in their arms, deported to Mexico by U. S officials at the southern border, with some saying they weren't told where they'd be taken. This mother from Honduras had hoped to reunite with her Children's father in the U. S. She says. I only asked the U. S government to give me One opportunity because my girl doesn't know her father, the body administration now urging migrants not to come. But it's facing mounting criticism for its handling of this certain Mexico now deploying officers to its southern border with Guatemala, trying to keep more migrants from
Prince George's County partners with Glenn Dale, Maryland, church to deliver vaccine to residents
"Mass vaccination site set up in Montgomery County, while in neighboring Prince George's county, the site at six flags is being under used by some local residents. Most of the appointments were taken up by folks from other parts of the state. Montgomery County, for example, had 3300 people make appointments. Dennis Schrader, Maryland's acting health secretary, says vaccination efforts for Prince George's county residents are falling short there. When Senator Jim Rosapepe wants the state to do a better job reaching out Yet with those in Maryland who know the community, Joe Biden is not gonna solve this problem for we have solved here. Trader says They are partnering with one local large church in Glendale to help with vaccine distribution. Barbara
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"Virtual tour in Glendale President Biden Call's the mass vaccination operation at State Farm Stadium, a model for the nation. This the kind of partnership between the federal and state governments that I think and the private sector help us vaccinate more people more quickly and to get ahead of this virus instead of behind it, the president said. More governors Are accepting additional federal help to distribute vaccines in two weeks. Pima County could get Arizona's third mass vaccination site, and that's news to Pima County State Health Services didn't tell the county about expanding capacity. What's more urgently needed is a supply of vaccine a dependable supply. In an increase in the allocation, the feds determined supplies. County Administrator Chuck Huckleberry also says his health department could welcome the state's help, but it should not be done at the expense of the vaccine supply that we're able to adequately distribute among all of the eligible residents within Pema Count 5000 doses a day the state has announced no plans for its third pod. Peter Seymour, Katie our news. There's new research on the effectiveness of the current vaccines, and the news is good, says University of Arizona Immuno biology professor deep to about it. Really. It's not just reducing symptoms. It's reducing the number of infections, so that's important because if you're not infected, you can't transmit to someone else, He says. The current vaccines are also keeping more people out of the hospital, and for the most part, they're still effective against new variants that are emerging. A former top cop in Arizona is now weighing in on the controversy. Phoenix police chief Jerry Williams is dealing with over a challenge coins circulating in her department. Retired GPS Colonel Frank Milstead says she's in a tough spot discern what's free speech for the officers versus misconduct for the officers. A recent report from our TV partners ABC, 15 found a coin dated August 2017. That depicts a man apparently a protester being shot in the groin. Milstead tells Mike Broom head someone could get fired. Somebody created that coin as a hate peace, which again that might rise to that level, But I think what you have people were just supporting the left or the right and at the end of the day, the police have to remain neutral. Meanwhile, the city of Phoenix has hired an outside law firm to investigate the coin controversy. City Councilman sound a sissy hotels, Katie Jr. He's fine with that. What concerns me right now and should concern the public is that every single thing is being done and accused of racism, police departments under attack. They've been under this assault for so many months now, adding that at some point this needs to come to an end. The sitio also points out. This coin was investigated four years ago and turn out to be a big nothing. Hey, Ta are eyes on education s U, hoping to.
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"Glendale Fields, Arizona's breaking news and Traffic K T a R news on 92 3 FM. So did he and cite an insurrection will soon be marching over to the Capitol building. Peacefully and patriotic Lee make your voices heard the impeachment trial of former President Trump begins today. Good morning. It's five o'clock. I'm Jim Sharp and I'm Jamie US. Thanks for listening to Arizona's Morning news. We have team coverage of today. Senate impeachment trial on the way Then, after we get a look at how the morning commute is shaping up, Yeah, the latest developments on the scandal involving Phoenix police and a certain challenge coin at some point, this has got to come to an end. But first President Trump's second impeachment trial begins today. The trial is expected to begin with a debate on whether it's even constitutional to put a former president on trial, ABC News Legal analyst Kate Shaw said. It is just can't be that presidential misconduct that happens at the end of the term is not subject to that constitutional sanction. News legal analyst Dan Abrams said. It's still a better argument for the Trump defense than saying his words proceeding. The riot were protected free speech the notion that somehow he is the first Amendment right to say whatever he wants whenever he wants. Isn't serious trial is expected to last a week. Aaron Kit Risky ABC News New York and I'm Jim Cross Live in Phoenix. KTRS political expert Mike O'Neal says the final outcome is not in doubt, he says the former president will not be convicted. A majority of Republicans are out now afraid of Donald Trump's ability to pull up his troops and two Execute primary challenges to anybody he doesn't like Now. This impeachment trial expected to start around 11 o'clock this morning, Arizona time. Stay tuned to Katya are throughout the day for the latest developments. Live in Phoenix. Jim Cross Katie Our news. Some Democrats in the Arizona House are accusing a Republican state lawmaker of being a factor in the capital insurrection and want to kick him out of office. Mark's engine violated his oath of office and should be expelled immediately from these chambers. Democratic state. Rep. Athena Salman believes Fincham violated his oath of office from what is publicly available. We.
Biden, Harris Get Virtual Tour of Arizona Vaccination Site
"Vice President Harris are getting a virtual tour of a Corona virus Vaccination center at a stadium in Glendale, Arizona. The virtual tours being conducted by Dr Keira Crist, director of the Arizona Department of Health Services. State Farm Stadium is the 1st 24 7 vaccination site in Arizona. We are averaging between 8000 and 9000 vaccines per day. State Farm Stadium is home to the Arizona Cardinals. The NFL team the new administration is trying to aggressively ramp up vaccinations across the U. S. The NFL is offering the federal government use of the league stadiums for coronavirus vaccinations during the off season.
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"Disclose any information regarding that investigation. Doing so may compromise the outcome of the investigation. Critics say the shooting was unjustified. Steve Gregory Ko Phi news. Let's clear up your drive on the 60. Add a couple of crashes actually in city of industry on the 60 westbound just past hacienda, both of which have cleared from traffic lanes you drive, though, is still pretty heavy from Nogales Street, Anaheim Hills on the 91 east at the 2 41. We'll have the fast track lanes shut down because of an earlier crash and that gets heavy right around. We're canyon. Hey, if I and this guy is sponsored by injury, attorney Superwoman Super lawyers calm Jeff thought talking about Malibu Canyon. Yes, you just start now. Now you might look open, see sunny skies, But be careful Road service. Whole different thing. Malibu Canyon had lost Virgin is where the name change. Happens that my Oma has been a little bit of a problem There. We've got one car in Lane's unclear which Lane, but it's only too late. So be careful going through and not a large delay their North five going up towards Glendale and Burbank, North Private Colorado. There was a truck fire. That's clear. But now there's a new problem north of that going north five to the West, 1 34 right in the middle of that transition. And finally leaving Pasadena into Glendale is going to be there for awhile. Westbound Sandra fell carpool left lane to back up to the Rose Bowl. Colorado, still a good drive into Glendale, injured in an accident visit Superwoman super lawyer dot com. JEF Boeke a F I and this guy, Okay if I and this guy helps get you there faster and robbing banks this hour of the Bill Handel Show brought to you by normal Reeves, Honda Superstores Norm Reeves honda dot com A colleague. Collette Nice is bringing smiles to a Pittsburgh neighborhood. Collette and her owner, Lisa Gregor, have been staging weekly parades around the block with Colette,.
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"Ex surgeon temporal scanner thermometer Weather Centre's showers and a slight chance of thunderstorms today. As will be in the mid fifties from the Southern California to enter dealers. Traffic center. We make it easy. We're watching a wreck on the 60 from going to Rubido on the 60 scented Valley way. The right lane is blocked here. Several cars involved in an injury collision. Lots of pressure for your drive from pyrite. They're working in Seal Beach on the four or five north of Seal Beach Boulevard, a two car wreck your car pool and two left lanes. That's a solid ride from the 22. Hey, if I and this guy is sponsored by injury, attorney Superwoman Super Lawyer calm, Jeff Ball flooding on the 1 70. Yeah, there sure is places slick morning. If you just joined us here, a slow down and be careful. Yes going to North Hollywood North 1 70 victory. Not sure if it's a main lines or the offering. But the report is dirt, mud and all kinds of stuff on the surface. So again, the speeds air really up there. So be careful going through a little bit of good news now. Finally Glendale Pasadena, he's found 1 34 figures. A bad crash. A lot of people involved. It cleared all injure open but still slow coming away from the Glendale Freeway. The westbound drive into Glendale that's looking good engineer an accident business superwoman super lawyer dot com. JEF Boeke af eye in the sky. Hey, if I and this guy helps get you there faster, I'm robbing banks. Hi, Karen. I'm helpful. Southern California haunted person and I'm calling to give you a random act of helpfulness. Oh, thank you. Yeah, we heard you need help for your mom's birthday. So this year with covert, we can't have a big party. But we were thinking of having a drive by talent show where all of her friends and family can show appreciation for all that she does well, Hunter would like to help. We'll help you get all the supplies you need.
Kristy Swanson defends Trump from 'cancel culture,' demands to be removed from John Hughes films
"Actress. Kristy swanson wants to be cancelled and she wants to be cancelled to support a president trump. So let me explain this forty five years ago. Well she's she wants to get in the time machine and b. Can't let me explain last week. Fans called for trump to be digitally removed from home alone two loss to new york and over the weekend. She tweeted because she was worried. Who want oh. We want to be digitally removed. Taken out of home alone to wow. This is scary and kind of tearing down. Statues is one thing but that digit physical but digitally removed. That's interesting yeah. I agree to this thing is like you're honoring racist or whatever but like he was in there was an extra ticket. Oj naked gun ignored. Berg gotta make berg. So she's kind of calling the bluff in some way says if cancel culture is really going to have donald trump removed from the john hughes movie Then in support of my president. I'd like to have myself officially removed from the john hughes films. Pretty in pink and fares. Buehler's day off now if you don't remember pretty in pink. She's at the very end. I think she's credited as like miss duckie. Because she's the one that jon cryer sees at the end and like she gives him a little wave and then the credits roll in fair to dealers. Day off. I think she's the one that does the speech about fairs like my sister's boyfriend's cousin's you know some fainted flavors. I heard it's pretty serious. That's kristy swanson. So she wants both of those clips removed. Of course twitter is just beating the shit out of her for this. You are in that. Who are you. Who cares but You know she makes a point. She kept her mustang in my warehouse for six months where you are right now. No i have multiple warehouses. Why i asked. Yeah i wish. I could remember the street name address but glendale with all that really how it got to me. Or she's needed a place to keep her her her mustang. I had no idea how hard core she was. She is hard goddamn core man. Twitter bio is like some about quitting. Proud mom god. I was very religious. I only know her second hand my dear friend lindsay parker who is in the movie flowers in the attic with her when they were when she was a baby i mean. How old is that movie. Remember from the mid eighty s. She worked with swanson played her sister and said she was
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"K g A r F him. Glendale? Phoenix. Katya, our news on 92 3 of them. From ABC News. I'm Richard can't sue across the country. Some state Capitol buildings are being boarded up. Bracing after an FBI warning to law enforcement FBI field officers in all 50 states are now combing through videos and images, along with some 45,000 tips to track down the writers and federal authorities warned there could be more threats ahead on FBI bulletin alerting law enforcement across the U. S that armed protests are being planned at all fifth The state capitols through Inauguration Day. ABC is Elizabeth Scholesy in Michigan, where armed protesters opposed a pandemic restrictions enter the Capitol building in Lansing, and months later, a plot to kidnap the state's governor was foiled. The state Capitol Commission banned the open carrying of firearms state representative Sarah Anthony. I think it is a step in the right direction. Whether a firearm is you know on your hip or it is hidden in a coat is still a deadly weapon. The House today will vote to ask vice President Pence to invoke the 25th amendment in a bid to get the Cabinet to oust the president. If he doesn't the House will vote to impeach on Wednesday it would go to the Senate for trial That probably will never happen. The chamber is in recess until the day before Joe Biden's inauguration. Incoming majority leader Chuck Schumer is exploring using an obscure rule, which allows him to call in emergencies. Session for a trial. But President elect bite and Monday suggested senators can conduct an impeachment trial after his inauguration. A B C's Monaco's are empty automaker Hyundai is adding about 471,000 Sport Utes to a recall first issued in September. It covers certain 2016 through 18 and additional 2023 21. Hyundai Tucson, The antilock brake computers can malfunction, causing an electrical short and leading two fires the automaker aware of about it done. Was in fires, but no injuries, it says. Hyundai says owners will be notified next month Until then park the vehicle outdoors. You're listening to ABC News. Good afternoon. Would you like to try a free sample of our double fudge? Brownie? Oh, sure. Mm. That's very good. I'll just take one more just to be sure..
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"Or Dabba and night air dot com Danny Sullivan PTR News High Today of 67 with mostly sunny skies a clear eye tonight with a low of 40 and mostly sunny tomorrow with a high of 66. Your weather is brought to you by Howard Air. Whether replace the repair call Howard Air from the key to our business center of the city of Glendale has launched a virtual portal for business to apply for or renew licenses. The city says the virtual Mortal names. Smart. Gove embraces the new social distancing reality amid the Corona virus pandemic while speeding up the transaction process for businesses. Businesses can create an online accounts or continue going directly to Glendale City Hall. If they do prefer on Wall Street. Right now, we've got mixed. Actually, all three major indices are lower in pre market trading. The Dow Futures are down 193 the S and P is down 18. The NASDAQ is down 48. For more money news, visit the business Center it Katie are calm and coming up in five minutes. We'll talk about what the governor will talk about in his state of the state address today, and what the Legislature so this kicks off the beginning of the state Legislature for 2021. What will they take up first? And can they get past all they're fighting to get anything done? That's ahead on Arizona's morning news to work informed and on time with the valleys on Lee All news morning show, the CDC has revised its quarantine guidelines for those who've been exposed from 14 to 7 days if.
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"Cloudy with highs in the low sixties, Too. Low seventies. This report is brought to you by the Auto Club of Southern California from the Southern California Toyota Dealers. Traffic Center. We make it easy. It's a wreck on the 7 10. It's gonna be a Long beach on the 7 10 South connector to the North found 405 car went over the shoulder of bank in on that transition road. So you're driving is affected from about the 91 Vasquez rocks in the 14 south before Aguadilla say Canyon, starting to clear an injury wreck from the two left. Lanes. But boy, that's a big old backup for you. Okay, if I have this guy's sponsored by entry attorney Superwoman super lawyer dot com Jeff are with Topanga Canyon. You better if you come in off the eastbound one of one now, if you prefer using to banging down the PCH In fairly good shape, although we've got a little some low clouds to deal with us, so I can't see it well, from about a mile before PCH, But the downhill drive was looking for the good and by whether East one on one is is still in good shape. Now. Amazing over to the four of evidence, you know. No problems there. West bounds a little slow. We'll give you a heads up about a problem that some info we're getting from CHP. No, I can't see it. Does the little clouds but self five at the 1 34 must be something still working there. The solid backup to Burbank Boulevard down to the 1 34. I want to think about using Glen Oaks. Pretty easy drive all the way into Glendale injured in an accident. Superwoman super lawyer dot com Jeff Bock a F eye in the sky traffic is sponsored by Choose Change CIA dot or Gcei. A pie in the sky helps get you there faster. I'm robbing banks don't like over 19 stop you from choosing a proven treatment for your opioid or stimulant eviction. Virtual care options are now available. Choose treatment and choose change. California find the right treatment option for you at choose change CIA dot or egg white here from Mesa garage doors wishing you a Happy New Year. I love the holiday season, but it's not been so.
Seattle Seahawks Ready To Face San Francisco 49ers With No. 1 Seed Still Attainable
"Out the regular season this weekend on the road, and there is still a lot to be determined in regards to the playoffs that begin next weekend. Coma four, sports director Mike Ferreri explains. There is a lot to sort out for the Seahawks and the entire NFL. He regards to the playoffs that start next weekend. Depending on if the Seahawks can beat the 40 Niners and what happens with Saints and the Packers. Their respective games. The Seahawks will be anywhere from a number one seed in the NFC to a three C Now first things first, and that's going to Arizona to play the 40 Niners. The Niners play their games and Glendale do covert restrictions in California. It'll be a rematch of the game, The Seahawks won back on November 1st of women feel by 10 points. This is already the final game of the NFL regular season. Good to see how a zoo long as the season has been because it started so early for us all of a sudden is at the end, and it just all sudden just jumped at us and so We had a great week. Guys were tuned in, fired up about it and all that, um You're not worried about the coaches and more consistent, just can feel it happening. You know that that also in this thing comes to a regular season comes to a screeching halt and s so we're very fortunate to be where we are. We're excited about the about the moment the opportunity and all that, and then hopefully we'll play just like that. The Seahawks have any shot at the one seed in the bye week that comes with it. They must first beat the 40. Niners focus on that. That's coma was Mike Ferreri. Now let's head to the
San Francisco 49ers will play in Arizona for remainder of 2020 season after COVID-19 restrictions extended in Santa Clara
"The san francisco forty niners will continue their operations out of the phoenix area for the remainder of the nfl. Season this in response to an extension of covid nineteen restrictions on contact sports in santa clara. County california forty niners general manager john lynch reflecting on a tough season for his team with cayenne. Be our radio. We've talked a lot as a team in these last couple of weeks about. Don't not not allowing circumstances define who we are as a team with this move. The niners final two games of the season. We'll take place at state farm stadium in glendale arizona as the away team against the arizona cardinals on december twenty sixth and his home team against the seattle seahawks january
Pittsburgh Steelers game versus Washington Football Team postponed
"Pittsburgh. That game has been pushed back again. Post Paul from Tuesday night toe Wednesday afternoon 3 40 Eastern kickoff from Pittsburgh, and that rescheduled game leads to more week. 13 shuffling The Steelers will now play the Washington football team on Monday evening. Not this Sunday in the Ravens Week 13 game against the Cowboys that will take place on Tuesday night. December, the eighth The 40. Niners next two home games versus Buffalo Week. 13 versus Washington A week 14. They're going to be played the Cardinals Home Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, because of Covert 19 restrictions in place in Santa Clara County, Texas.
Stolen Moments With Harold Sherrick
"Recoup here on the imbalance history of rock and roll Marcus how you doing not bad. How about yourself today? Well I'm doing good but I'm a little nervous because we're trying something different. Today we're going to combine an episode of five favorites with a studio gas well, not in the studio on zoom? Resuming. With Harold Cherokee, he's got a great book called stolen moments. How many years Herald were in La is a seem to time I was born in La so in La for sixty three years. Only been back here for three years moved back here three years ago. where. Were you living before? While I was living in the San Fernando Valley in Sherman Oaks. Dan Is area that you. which is just just over the hill to Hollywood, which is about fifteen minutes from where I live great place to be mad that close you know was wonderful. As a kid growing up there, where did you live and how did you first start plugging into the whole strip in the scene and everything that was going on there? I was born in L. A. Downtown La but then as a kid. Moved to Glendale California which is just right. Next door. They're nice sleepy little town and I basically grew up there went to high school there the whole bit and was there up until like nine hundred ninety and that I but I moved to the valley when I got married a second time and Just. been there all my life and. I was well connected when I was a kid started going to concerts when I was twelve. I concert was the Beatles. Hollywood ball no. That was all I. I went to the last la which was August. Twenty nineteen, sixty six and that was the Beatles Esta left. Day before the last one, which was candlestick. But that was my first concert. That right in the second row air right there. Six dollars? Ticket dollars can you actually hear the Beatles because? I HAVE THEM IN DC and said, the girls were screaming so loud that she couldn't hear the Beatles from where she was sitting in the stadium Yakking you know here and there it wasn't obviously crystal clear. You did have screamed grounding out of most of the time, but you could hear your somewhat mind blown dude, that's all I wanNA say or I'll deal mind-blowing. Well, that'll be a great entry into rock and roll life for anyone. And Talk to us a little bit about the book you were taking pictures around the L. A. Seen for quite a number of years in have some stunning captures in this book in all, it was going to concerts as a kid I used to play around with little Brownie camera when I was nine and ten years old and so eventually when I was able to graduate up to actually getting a decent camera which was. Like nineteen, Seventy, eight, seventy, nine, eighty at one. I really started pushing myself into the into the scene as best I could. It's all proven yourself in the beginning paying your dues you know you're not getting paid when you start out, it wasn't the solely for the money was the for the love of the whole thing. I always had a visual of capturing a great moment. You know whether it was in concert or meeting. Somebody in a hotel room that's what I started doing. Did you build a black and white dark room in your house? My father had a black and white dark room. Yeah. I didn't my house. I had a friend that helped me out a lot a couple of friends that end our rooms and I would bring my films as soon as I shot it the next morning I was there almost at the crack of dawn. We gotta get this process you know right away. That's awesome. You know would do the proof sheets and then big out of print I'd have sometimes I'd have to send something out right away most of the time in the beginning, it was just doing it and getting it done. So I could actually look at what I shot. That's all part of the beginning anyway trial and error is how you learn from a day to day thing you know 'cause I'm self taught I didn't go to school for it and I just I always wanted to do that. You know just take pictures because my father. Was, a newspaper man you were for hearst for the Herald, examiner in La A., and that's how I of got into it. When I was a kid was he would always take me down to the office I used to look at all the photos and the photo room with saga offers, and then I go to the pressroom and watch the paper roll off the presses at night with the greatest greatest experience you know the newspaper game sets how I got into want shoot black and white for falls. What was the first concert? You Shot Elvis Presley Whoa. Seventy six year before he died he he never he didn't come to L. A. and seventy-six closes. He came Long Beach Arena and I had tickets through a friend who is very well connected into Elvis and getting good tickets. So we had some really good seats and that time I think I'd be twenty five bucks to see John a few pictures. They didn't really come out that well. So that's why nothing has really been seen on that because I nothing came out that good at all.
Shooting That Hospitalized Two Los Angeles County Deputies Caught On Tape
"Glendale Phoenix in California who the gunman wise and his motives are unclear, But in surveillance video he could be Seen casually walking up to the Lake County Sheriff's Patrol SUV and then pulling out a handgun and shooting through the passenger side window, hitting the two deputies inside multiple times, like county Sheriff Alex Vienna, Wave up talking about his deputies. One is 31 year old. Mother of a six year old boy. Her husband is here with them. The other one is 24 year old parents air here girlfriend is here. Both are out of surgery like stone.