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"governor governor newsom" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand
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Your is trust your instinct malcolm. Glad we'll wrote a whole book on it. Your instinct is right over ninety percent of the time he wrote. He ran a practice at focused on internal medicine and geriatric care geriatric beans elderly people. Well they got suspicious. When he was writing a lot of prescriptions for younger people over prescribing drugs. They looked closer. Into the case. And i guess when they started to interview some of his patients some broke down and said yeah and some of them travel great distances because they found out about him rely a lot of. I guess they're women. It doesn't say bishop women or men because he's got that weird mustache. See now i'm lost. There's a difference in the moustache for men and women sexual predators that the guys who are into young men or young boys. You know they have the molester mustache o. Thought that was even young girls now. Well i thought some of the guys have been picked meles sweeps maybe girls. The jeffrey epstein didn't have a molest dash city. Now i to me. It's when they're into boys. It's usually the mustache not as much into girls but it's not one hundred percent. That's what i'm saying. I'm kind of confused. So they found out that he was writing a lot of prescriptions for too many young people and eventually they found out that apparently he was trading the prescriptions for sexual encounters. He wrote prescriptions for controlled substances doses. At far exceed what might be medically necessary for an ordinary patient. But he's got a great lawyer. It's good old. Joe taco pena. He's been high profile cases before and he says he's a good man and his conduct does define who we is that right. He's he's he's trading pills for sex but that doesn't define who is just a small part of it. Steve gregory will join us next. I can't stand this world. john. And ken show debra mark has the news. Kfi am six forty. John and ken show john kobylt ken. Chiampou kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app You sound a story from Four days ago two days ago was updated that in bakersfield. There's one thousand nine restaurants got a lawyer. And they're suing governor Governor newsom over the closure somebody has to attack the statewide band. Yeah because dining at least they don't have any evidence either Connection mentioned john and ken show. I forgot you did. The white house is pressing the fda the move it with the vaccine by the end of the day they want the approval so people can start getting injected. Maybe as early as monday affect ready to fly this vaccine everywhere trump is threat. The fire the head of the fda approves it by this afternoon. You that stephen yes. That's his name. He wanted to shot yet. He wanted to do tomorrow morning. He said even if you had covert you should still get a shot. Oh yeah i you know. I think i'm gonna get all of vaccines to all the different companies. Yeah yeah. I'll do the magento on the pfizer one. That's going to give you any added protection. Ed can't hurt right. Well yes you could have a million reactions but can't hurt well. The headline is for the el segundo times. La county a catastrophic covid nineteen levels at a strike team thousand eight hundred and fifteen new cases. And we've now had five hundred thousand total in the county but as we get older of ten million according to the The company that runs the testing sites Just they did a study. That ran several months in the summer and fall. Forty two percent of seventy three hundred people that they serve eight. It was symptomatic. Don't fall for the cases number. Yeah forty fifty percent and everything. I've seen is asymmetric. Remember that story about the threshold that they do some of the testing and that they've kept too low so it's including people as positive when they're not infectious. No they have a little trace. It's not enough virus for them to infect other people but they have enough for them to be counted as positive. Steve gregory is joining us. As guys. yeah you know It's interesting you're talking about getting the vaccine and i may have a way for you and ken to get it early. Is that right. Yeah you talking about that in a second supplier. Talk about that in a second. But today i was on the media call with barbara for rare the tax code. It's legit in fact it's ferrari's idea. I probably wants to kill us. You're getting these special. The one in the black vile right But so ferrer today had a private media call and we were all in there today. But what i wanted to do was ask her. Because you're talking about case counts and stuff and you know how. Do if i news. We're we're very specific. Now what numbers we do release in in in how we report it. So but what i wanted to find out from ferrara. Two things one the restaurants that are being cited still. There's a restaurant owner in burbank and his name is lucas. He runs the tin horn flat. Saloon bar grill on magnolia. He opened at noon yesterday. He'll be open from noon to nine every day. Now and he said it's to protest the tyranny from governor newsom and he's gonna stay open. So i went there yesterday and checked it out. His patios open all protocols in place. But this is the kind of thing i'm seeing. Now you've got the restaurant cronies in gora hills down in orange county so i ask for rare a little bit about that today i said. Are you still having inspectors out there. Give citations and she says yes. She said restaurant owner still have to comply and she said regardless of the judge's order they still have to comply up through the seventeenth. Now the state orders in place until the twenty seven. So restaurant owners are going to still get cited intel. Judge can do until the even though even though he said yeah. The order was wron. Yeah she's citing. yes still. is that legal. I got a call into garra goes again. I don't know why would it be legal. I i don't know this is what i don't understand she. The judge ruled that as a wrong. You're wrong order. That's not the order that You know what i mean. The science was. She's not citing them under the state regulations county. She smells down the county so she still thinks. The county regulation is for outdoor dining through the seventeenth. Judge route fifty three pages. I know and i asked her about it. So then i segue that because again you know my time is so limited with those folks so i went onto vaccines. I said. I asked dr simon yesterday. Chief science officer. How will the vaccines be distributed. How about vip's i said how about you and your staff. And his is what she had to say..
"governor governor newsom" Discussed on 1A
"Expert dr anthony. Fauci gave a warning on monday about the weeks to come. What we're seeing now is what happened to plus weeks ago. What we're doing now is going to be reflected two three weeks from now so what we want to make. Sure we don't do is as we enter into the more risky part of the year. Whether it gets colder more people stay indoor that you don't exactly exacerbate the problem that already exist. Alexis are some places seeing these spikes worse than others or is this nationwide well. The surgeon cases nationwide no question about it. But what. I think what dr fauci is talking about in particular what. He has a mind in the past few weeks and he's talking about we're seeing now was happening two weeks ago. The idea of the spread has really hit some midwestern and western states particularly hard. And we've seen all kinds of headlines in states that were late to seeing the surge and maybe were quick to dismiss the risks in some cases now are reporting the kind of Challenge that hospitals worried about and utah comes to my mind because it's in such trouble in utah with ics us running out of icu. Not just beds but Staff the train staff to deal with covid nineteen patients in their. Icu's in utah so there are states that are suffering in a in a way that they hadn't been in the spring and then of course when we're talking about nationwide risk. Were seeing that in states that suffered intensively at the very beginning of the pandemic in the spring are have renewed worries about what's happening to them. New york comes to mind for instance. Washington d. c. comes to mind so there is definitely a nationwide worry ron. How much can we expect to see that these numbers go up as we get further out from this thanksgiving holiday. What are health officials morning. Health officials are warning that by doing exactly what we all want to do right now which is get together with our families and friends and get together with them. In in circumstances. That seem celebratory right. So it's not just a matter of standing twenty feet apart on either sides of flex plexiglass a. We want to do what we normally would be doing at this time of year. And that's going to be powerful as we approach christmas as well so with all of that. Many people are letting their guard down. It's obvious that fatigue has set in and dealing with the pandemic and even those who have tried to be good and tried to wear masks and tried to observe all the social distancing are strained so as we give in we let our guard down As dr fauci was saying we expose ourselves to greater risk and that is only going to intensify the rest of this year. It's probably going to take some period of time and certainly vaccines before. We're really able to turn the corner here because we have just exhausted for many americans the ability to change their behavior sufficiently to defeat the virus. Twenty seconds before. We take a pause eva. Tell us what's happened with. The mayor of denver he's dealing with some fallout over his actions. Would he do less than an hour. After tweeting the past the potatoes and not cova. He boards a flight to mississippi for thanksgiving to meet with his wife and daughter. Getting a lot of pushback for that similar. to governor. governor governor newsom in california and i don't think apologies are going to be enough here. I think that this is going to harm them politically for quite some time. We're rounding up the week stories with even hand.
Earthquake App Provides Early Warnings
"Let's cross over to California now a late last week governor Gavin newsom announced the launch of the nation's first statewide earthquake that system is molecules Los Angeles acting bureau chief collateral Bella on the morning of the fourth of July a six point four magnitude earthquake struck southern California the largest hit the state in over two decades two days later that record I stopped by a seven point one magnitude shake these two major earthquakes that struck California earlier this summer reignited conversation about the state of preparedness for when the next big one hits and a month following that siesmic event at least eight thousand aftershocks had been registered and sales on supplies for a homemade emergency disaster survival kit had increased so last it's News Dallas authorities have been working on the reliable early earthquake warning system that could potentially save countless lives couldn't have come at a better time speaking to the press last Thursday on the thirtieth anniversary of the catastrophic Loma Prieta earthquake in the San Francisco Bay Area California's Governor Governor Newsom announced that the nation's first statewide earthquake early warning system was finally ready to be released to the public thirty years ago on this day portion of this bay bridge collapse in the earth quake live in the Marina District San Francisco Rico Way I remember like it was yesterday three decades later proud to announce that we finally have an early earthquake warning system that now is operational encouraging people to download the by shake out developed by seasonal adjusts at the University of California the my shake up will alert the public when a shake with four point five magnitude or greater has been detected with officials hoping to be able to alert people up to twenty seconds before the ground starts to move the new system will also warn residents to wireless emergency alerts these are sent to everyone even those who have downloaded yep this is the culmination of years of work both in terms of advances in technology but so politically until now only residents in the Los Angeles County area had access to similar alerts early warning systems have been credited with saving lives in other countries and those seconds are crucial for people to drop cover and hold in order to be safe get four million people to download this APP about the end of twenty twenty if we do so we will have the most comprehensive most I think technologically four earthquake warning early warning system of its type anywhere in the world Mexico and Japan have done versions of this the no one if we're able to get these APPs downloaded we'll have the technology of placing that will save lives That we will here in California if we download shake please do so let's be prepared for the next big
"governor governor newsom" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"It's seven Twenty-three. Add Canucks new, California opinion poll, finds Donald Trump has a better approval rating than some of the Democrats run the state legislature. It almost sounds counter intuitive in one of the Blois states in the nation, but California voters just don't have much to say for the work or lack thereof in Sacramento, or in Washington. Poignant expect that they said Representative to either the state legislature or congress to get things that this marked area, the California Public policy institute, which took the poll Trump has thirty eight percent job approval, the California legislature thirty four and the congress is even worse. Thirty percent of adults and twenty two percent of likely voters say that they approve of the US congress and that's because they don't feel that the congress is getting anything, as governor governor Newsom his job, marks aren't that great. Either only forty seven percent, voter approval to Kelton Kennex, seventy NewsRadio. Any project is restoring a native oyster to Newport bay in Orange County to make the bay a bit healthier, Olympia voice tres ill grass being repopulated in the bay through the living shorelines project. The native Olympia waster has been almost near functionally extinct in southern California, but there are some remnant populations along the coast and restoration efforts underway. To try to bring this species back, Katie Nichols with Orange County coast. Keeper says it's important to bring back to the bay. Gallons in day, depending on their size and the species. Not only can they stabilize the sediment that they're on. But they can also filter out particulars from the water making the bay cleaner and healthier. She says Nichols ads the ill grass will provide habitat for a host of organisms, Karen Adams Canucks ten seventy NewsRadio..
"governor governor newsom" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"There were stunning news this week for LA county leaders spending big amounts to tackle the homeless crisis. Homeless populations actually increased twelve percent of the nearly fifty nine thousand homeless people living in the county. More than ninety two hundred said they became homeless for the first time last year rent increases, they couldn't afford. They say fictions, they said loss of jobs. That's Peter Lynn, executive director of the Los Angeles homeless services authority, the board of supervisors has taken steps to address housing, affordability, such as putting a three percent cap on rental increases in unincorporated areas, supervisor Sheila cool also offered up this idea, frankly, I wish we could find an incentive for our cities to adopt some kind of rent stabilization. They don't most of them don't have within the homeless population. There were increases noted among youth seniors and the chronically homeless in downtown LA, Margaret. Caro- KNX ten seventy News Radio. A new California opinion poll finds the Donald Trump. Has a better approval rating than the Democrats who run the state legislature. It almost sounds counter intuitive in one of the Blois states in the nation, but California voters just don't have much to say for the work or lack thereof in Sacramento, or in Washington. That they said representatives to either the state legislature or congress to get things done. That's Mark Bowden area, the California Public policy institute, which took the poll Trump has thirty eight percent, job approval, the California legislature thirty four and the congress is even worse. Today, thirty percent of adults and twenty two percent of likely voters say that they approve of the US congress and that's because they don't feel that the congress is getting anything, as governor governor Newsom his job marks aren't that great. Either only forty seven percent, voter approval to Kelton kenniston, seventy NewsRadio. More details coming in about a woman who allegedly tried to kidnap a baby that story at one thirty twenty.
"governor governor newsom" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Out of a dog boarding, facility and Fullerton. They're about twenty dogs there. When the arrests were maids, police, Lieutenant John rates tells KNX dogs appeared, healthy and in good shape. They were left with a worker, who didn't appear to be involved in the drugs. Strange things, and in certainly, an interesting case to say the least, but it should be noted your investigators are out there for a reason, and they're out there because they received information that this type of activity was occurring, though. Four people arrested were the owner to employees in a man who lives at the Zilly it's on west walnut avenue. There's a poll out today that says, in California, Donald Trump has a better approval rating than the Democrats who run the state legislature almost sounds counter intuitive in one of the blue states in the nation. But California voters, just don't have much to say for the work or lack thereof in Sacramento, or in Washington. That they said representatives to either the state legislature or congress to get that this marked bottles area, the California Public policy institute, which took the poll Trump has thirty eight percent job approval, the California legislature thirty four and the congress is even worse. Thirty percent of adults and twenty two percent of likely voters say that they approve of the US congress and that's because they don't feel that the congress is getting anything, as governor governor Newsom his job, marks aren't that great. Either only forty seven percent, voter approval to Kelton kenniston, seventy NewsRadio to get breaking news push alerts, anytime. Download the radio dot com app and favored us. We.
"governor governor newsom" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Border of us tax returns fight. I'm Martin Eckerd, California. Governor governor Newsom denounced President Trump's comments about getting rid of the silent system saying such rhetoric disregard what it means to be an American visiting California's border with Mexico from call newsome's viewpoint unrealistic, some honestly living in a different world. And that's a very dangerous world. He's living in and if he keeps living there, lots of problems for the people of California, they don't want that they wanna be secure they want to be safe and not only asylum, but many of the things of header judges halted sales of high capacity, munition magazines in California, pending appeal and attorney for President Trump attacked and ever by the democratic head of the House Ways and means committee to obtain six years of the president's tax returns saying to five constitutional constraints. Trump attorney William wrote to the treasury department. There is no legitimate committee purpose. Console also maintains as the president does he is under audit. If Jim Neil resorts to subpoenas. It might bring a legal showdown worthy of his court ruling. Bob Costantini, Washington. Human rights groups, saying new crackdown on dissidents and Saudi Arabia has up to people with dual citizenship in Saudi Arabia, and the US correspondent Michelle Kosinski reports. Other arrests were made in an apparent effort to suppress support for eleven women on trial for protesting gender. Discrimination kingdom has rounded up a group of activists, including two American citizens journalist Salah all Haida physician butter all Ebrahim seven people in total under arrest, all writers and bloggers interested in social reforms and women's rights in this latest Saudi crackdown a year old ex convict Ryan Rennie accused of pulling a cruel hoax by pretending to be a long. Missy Illinois has been charged with making false statements to federal authorities. I'm bartnik..
"governor governor newsom" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Views tax returns fade. I'm bar Necker. California governor governor Newsom denounced President Trump's comments about getting rid of the asylum system saying such rhetoric disregard what it means to be an American visiting California's border with Mexico from call newsome's viewpoint unrealistic Newsom, honestly as living in a different world. And that's a very dangerous world. He's living in and if he keeps living there, lots of problems for the people of California, they don't want that they wanna be secure they want to be safe and not only silent. But many of the things a federal judges halted sales of high capacity ammunition magazines in California, pending appeal and attorney for President Trump attacked and ever by the democratic head of the House Ways and means committee to obtain six years of the president's tax returns saying into five constitutional constraints. Trump attorney William roaches the treasury department. There is no. Legitimate committee purpose constantly also maintains as the president does he is under audit. If Jim Neal resorts to subpoenas it might bring a legal showdown worthy of as a court ruling. Bob Costantini, Washington. Human rights groups, say new crackdown on dissidents and Saudi Arabia has two people dual citizenship in Saudi Arabia, and the US correspondent Michelle Kosinski reports. Other arrests were made an apparent effort to suppress support for eleven women on trial for protesting gender discrimination. The kingdom as rounded up a group of activists, including two American citizens. Journalists Salah Al Haida physician butter all Ebrahim seven people in total under arrest, all writers and bloggers interested.
"governor governor newsom" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"New report shows California falling short on affordable rental property. California. Housing partnership says the state needs an additional one point four million affordable units to keep up with demand, president match ward cells KNX that it's not exactly the news at any one wants to hear the good news. That's actually. Down hundred thousand from I report last year. And that's I think the state of California gets quite a bit of credit for having put together this housing package of legislation. They passed in two thousand seventeen at the bad news is it's not close to being enough. So it says if the state doesn't take several large steps soon, the situation may become dire. And the majority of the state's low income workforce will no longer be able to afford to live near their jobs had their Jordan can extend seventy NewsRadio govern Newsom. Governor governor Newsom might have a battle to push through an extra fee on water customers across the state. The governor is proposing charging up to ten dollars a month to help clean up contaminated water and low income and rural areas democratic California assemblyman, Richard bloom was not committed when asked if he support a ten dollar hike unable to resolve it in the past. I want to open the door to renewed to go. She ations make sure that everybody is being heard. So that we. Can get to some finality in this legislative year plan in the California state Senate would use money from the state's multibillion dollar surplus to create a trust fund to pay for water improvement two-thirds. Support would be needed in the legislature in order to approve an added fee. Vice President Mike Pence traveled to Atlanta for an ice briefing. He told him -ployees at the field office that he applauds their efforts sees nearly ten thousand pounds of opioids twenty seven hundred pounds of sentinel and rescued more than three hundred victims of human trafficking, including eight hundred children who were victims of exploitation that is a record of remarkable success in the American people are grateful to the men and women of ice fence also said the debate being played out in the public square on immigration makes things more difficult for them a ferry packed with people celebrating in Iraqi holiday has sunk in Tigris river, or at least seventy seven people were killed when an overloaded. Testing video adds on iphone and ipad users, the Android platform is next and those ads show up in response to search results on the Amazon app on Wall Street. The Dow gained two hundred sixteen points today. The NASDAQ gained one hundred nine the S and P five.
"governor governor newsom" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Stephen Wallace is a former FBI director of investigation and speaks about the plane's black boxes typical. They would send them to a country in France. In this case that really has the capability to to read them in the voice recorder will be listened to by by a team of experts that will not only know the language or the policy saying, but don't know all the odd noises. The airplane might be making CBS news update. I'm Matt piper. KCBS news time now one thirty two yesterday. Governor governor Newsom issued an executive order to put moratoriums on the death penalty in the state. The governor says this shouldn't come as a surprise as he previously endorsed to failed ballot measures that would have abolished the death penalty to find out about the legality of this. And what happens next KCBS news anchors? Jeff balance Patty rising spoke with Rory little professor at UC Hastings college of law. Law and a passed clerk at the US supreme court, ROY let me just ask you straight out. This is legal executive order legal tickets perfectly legal the governor in every state as far as I know has the authority to delay or not sign a death warrant an execution. And that is all he's doing. He's saying I'm just not gonna sign the death warrant I'm going to put a moratorium on executions being scheduled. He's not commuting anybody sends nobody is getting out anytime soon. He's simply delaying it. He says as long as he's an office, which could be another eight years. So what do you make of any potential legal challenges will someone try well? I think we'll probably try if if nothing else no other reason, but you know, publicity, there are certainly people who are really very unhappy with his decision there. Certainly people who are on death row who committed very terrible grisly murders, Richard Alan Davis killer of Polly class. You know is on death row, and has really very few redeeming factors if any. So I think they'll be lawsuits filed, but I don't know what the basis would be, you know, the governor has a certain constitutional authority in this state, and he's exercising that authority. But what about the initiative that voters passed in two thousand sixteen to speed up the death penalty, the governor can just set that aside? Well, again, he's being very technical here. But it's legally he's not shutting anything aside. He's just saying I'm not going to sign the death warrant, I'm not going to authorize the execution which I have the power to do. The governor has that power to authorize next vacation after sign deaf one. So you know, other things that are in process or on the books. Stay on the books. They just won't be implemented. And certainly there will be people unhappy, and they'll say, well, you're defying the will of the people that's probably more of an electoral issue political issue than it is going to be a legal issue. It was reading in the chronicle that the order also repeals the proposed single drug lethal injection protocol state prison officials had developed, of course, there was all that debate around what was cruel and unusual punishment. Is that a separate aspect of all that are still part of what you've described as is sort of saying, I'm not going to move forward with any of these executions. Well, the protocols have been sort of in-draughts and up and down through the appellate process and the legal process for a number of years now six years ten years they've gone through various versions. By by saying, he's repealing them. What he's saying is that the executive branch orders that say how to implement an execution are now off the books because I'm not going to implement any execution. I think he's also ordered the San Quentin no longer do drills on how to handle an execution which he has the authority to do because he's the executive branch of the state. I do think there'll be losses, and there may be sort of small wrinkles that. We are not perceiving right now. But he's not the first governor to do this governors in four or five other states over the last twenty years, I've done this intuitive states ended up repealing the death penalty after the governor oppose the moratorium, and that's ROY little he's a professor of law at the UC Hastings college of law in San Francisco. KCBS news time now is one thirty six we're going to update you on traffic and weather in just a moment..
"governor governor newsom" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"One of the men was pronounced dead at the scene. The other listed in stable condition at a local hospital and police say the two suspects drove off in a dark sedan with tinted windows. A Los Angeles County judge is poised to unlock police misconduct. Records for the LAPD on the LA county sheriff's department and have been sealed for more than forty years. The judge has tentatively rejected police union request to extend temporary court orders for the new state transparency law. The unions claim the law does not specify that. It's retroactive and that it should only apply to incidents after the law went into effect on January first the judge disagrees. Fleas rats, aggressive feral cats all of that rhymes, but it's not a pleasant subject. The LA city council gets an update on the efforts to fight against the pest and vermin problems in the Civic Center. Amid a flea borne typhus outbreak in downtown LA concerns that at least one city employees. They have contracted the disease at work. A pest control company was brought in to do a floor by floor inspection of city hall and city hall, east fleet traps are placed throughout the buildings now they're being collected and check to figure out if there are any flea hot spots in the area council. President herb Wesson says some people have suggested bringing in aggressive feral cats to get rid of any rats. If we did have an army of cats, they came over here to attack the rats that does we might eliminate the rats. But that doesn't mean we would eliminate the flea problem. Exactly. Because you can imagine the fleas from the rats would immediately jump onto the cats. The results of the fleas. Search are expected next week. Meanwhile, western is asking staff to check whether there's the twenty sixth floor giant tent available in case city hall needs to be fumigated at city hall. Claudia task Utah KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. The city of Los Angeles has prevailed in a lawsuit against the Trump administration over immigration criteria imposed on police grant recipients, a judge permanently blocked. The Justice department from favouring departments that cooperate with immigration. Officials the DOJ had required grant recipients to allow immigration. Authorities into jails and to provide advance notice before releasing detainees in the country illegally. President Trump's emergency declaration for funding. His border wall is already receiving major push-back, including from top officials here in California who say they plan to sue CBS news correspondent major Garrett with more from Washington. The administration said it intends to spend roughly eight billion dollars to build two hundred thirty four miles of steel wall. Congress approved a fraction of that just under one point four billion dollars for border barriers. I got one point four billion. But I'm not happy with the rest comes from the treasury department and the Pentagon two point five billion dollars. That would have been used to fight drug trafficking and three point six billion dollars for military construction projects. The administration refused to say which projects will now lose money. The opposition is mounting, the nonprofit watchdog group Public Citizen has already filed suit in federal court. The ACLU plans to do the same and governor governor Newsom state attorney general hobby are Bezerra say they plan to challenge the press. Emergency declaration Newsome says building a wall won't stop the flow of illegal drugs that come into the country. Other state is going to be more impacted by this declaration emergency. That's the state of California. And the irony of this is the actual work that was affected the actual work that is responsible and responsive to the real legitimate concerns around feno and nothing Fetterman heroin and cocaine that has been done within the state of California is now being put at risk for vanity project for monument to stupidity but former Orange County Republican assemblyman Travis Allen tells KCBS radio the declaration was necessary to solve what he calls a crisis at the border, clearly an emergency in the fact that he's willing to take action speaks to his character. This is not about a campaign promise. This is about keeping American save and respecting our sovereign borders. Inter-country Allen who is running to chair. The state GOP says the decision by Newsom to poll national guard troops from the border is disingenuous and that the state's tax dollars are being spent everywhere. There. But at the border all the Vatican has made a dramatic move that defrock of former cardinal here in the United States. We'll have details.
"governor governor newsom" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"A new day public education. Teachers tell me they're anxious to get back to work. I miss my students. It's been hard on everybody. So we're really excited that this agreement has been reached. So we can get back to what we do. Best a psychiatric social worker. Who's also been on strike says the proposed deal sounds pretty positive. She's relieved to see the walkout coming to an end. Should be quite honest. I think we've all I mean, we have been here fighting every damn day hoping that they would come up with some agreement. She another union members. Tell me they believe the strike was worth it club. Utah KNX ten seventy NewsRadio nine minutes after ten o'clock. Now, the city of Oakland's going to settle a reverse discrimination lawsuit with a former deputy city attorney city is agreed to pay almost three hundred thousand dollars to a white attorney who says he was passed over for promotions. Which went to younger minority candidates. Fifty eight-year-old spent twenty six years of the city attorney's office and said managers retaliated when he complained Barbara Parker's first black city attorney in Oakland history and the only black woman elected to citywide council seat. Charles Vos claimed he was passed over for positions numerous times at those jobs went to Parker's friends Parker deny the allegations. But advise the Oakland city council to settle the lawsuit. Bob, real Canucks, seventy just radio, California. Governor governor Newsom wants to change the way the state's juvenile prisons are operated following a tour of a facility in. Stockton. He said the number of kids being held at juvenile prisons has dropped dramatically and he wants some of them closed. But also said the current system isn't working with about three out of four young offenders arrested again within three years of their release. He criticized the annual cost at tops three hundred thousand dollars per young offender, noting that's the tuition of four private colleges combined. We have a Sigler in effect in the Santa Anna area. It's the five southbound tangling up traffic for you Barbara Brooks will check it all out for you in just about four huge savings are.
"governor governor newsom" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The bay area news group, the raiders are open to one last meeting with the Coliseum authority to discuss possibly playing there in two thousand nineteen before leaving for Las Vegas. Chris Dobbins, founder of save Oakland sports, and a member of the Coliseum authority tells Casey acids, a good move for the raiders they want to try to get some good momentum going into their new stadium. And I think by playing in Oakland is gonna giant fan base. I think he could go to San Francisco San Jose, wherever you're not going to get you're going to get a fan base. You're gonna get lackluster support. But I think it would come in Oakland. They definitely will support last month. You may remember raiders owner Mark Davis backed out of a tentative lease in Oakland after being sued by the city and the team started looking at other venues like Levi stadium, San Diego or even London. Now, the raiders are pushing back against this report. Ted Ramey will have more on that coming up in sports reporting live, Matt Bigler KCBS taste, by the way. We'll go deeper. With Phil Matera KCBS and critical insider when he's here in about forty minutes. Governor news some talking tough about PG and E and those bankruptcy plan saying every option is on the table, including an attempt to prevent the bankruptcy KCBS reported egg Savvas consumer advocates believe this could be a defining moment for Newsom who's just a week into his tenure as governor governor Newsom emerged from his office late in the day to send a reassuring message. Unlike two thousand one this is no energy crisis is an abundance of energy and our customers should not be concerned about turning on their lights, and he is concerned as his top priority about PG needs financial stability and its impact on customers taxpayers. Those who lost everything in the wildfires. Jamie court president of consumer watchdog says PG knees blowing smoke with its bankruptcy threat, number they throughout the bankruptcy court of thirty billion dollars is ludicrous. We can't believe a six times felon, and what we need to do is get this company in order. And if we can't do that, we can take it over. But we should buy their story and the governor should go to court the PUC should go to court try to stop. They don't really do. Backups. Newsom is sure bankruptcy is necessary saying his mantra with the company will be trust. But verify with respect has not been trusted player. He will soon announce his energy appointments, including to the CPU see and trying to avert the bankruptcy is among the options on the table. We'd like to see it. But we're not naive and that is not at all costs. Doug, sovereign KCBS. San Jose mayor Sam lecarr, go back to work. He's been out of office as he recovered from being hit by an issue while riding his bike on New Year's day. Lucado suffered a fractured sternum and vertebrae. He says he's grateful to be walking with a back brace. KCBS news time seven thirteen. This.
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"It's five zero three at the bay area's news station. KCBS? We're looking for scattered showers today that could be heavy at times. Highs in the fifties. Good morning. I'm Susan Lee Taylor. Good morning. I met Bigler. Here's what's happening. Governor Newsome is talking tough about PG and its plan to declare bankruptcy saying every option is on the table, including attempting to prevent that declaration KCBS. Reporter Doug sovereign says consumer advocates believe this is a defining moment for Newsom only one week into his tenure as governor governor Newsom emerged from his office late in the day to send a reassuring message. Unlike two thousand one this is no energy crisis is an abundance of energy, and our customers should not be concerned about turning on their lights, and he is concerned as his top priority about PG needs financial stability and its impact on customers tax payers and those who lost everything in the wildfires. Jamie court president of consumer watchdog says PG is blowing smoke with its bankruptcy threat. The number. They the bankruptcy. Thirty billion dollars is ludicrous. We can't believe a six time felon, and what we need to do is get this company in order. And if we can't do that, we can take it over, but we should buy their story and the governor should go to court the PUC should go to court and try to stop. If it's really do backups. Newsom is sure bankruptcy is necessary saying his mantra with the company will be trust. But verify with respect has not been trusted player. He will soon announce his energy appointments, including to the CPU see and trying to avert the bankruptcy is among the options on the table like to avoid it. But we're not naive and that is not at all costs. Doug, sovereign KCBS. California state Senator Scott Weiner, says it's time for the public to be in control of Pacific Gas and electric KCBS is Carrie Hodousek reports on the senator's reaction to the company's announcement file chapter eleven bankruptcy. We've seen several groups show support for a public takeover of PG knee in recent months, but now with this latest bankruptcy announcement state Senator Scott Weiner. Her is urging the San Francisco public utilities commission to purchase the company's transmission and distribution assets to better serve its customers. There's been discussion about breaking up the utility. If that's going to increase safety and reliability on the national absolutely be considered. Cal fire determined last year that PGN EAS equipment had sparked seventeen wildfires across northern California in two thousand seventeen this is about a utility that has a lot of infrastructure that is all that has not been properly maintained. And we're and too many fires are are happening. Public control would be complicated. Making sure employees are safe and the company sticks to its clean energy commitment. But Weiner, says it's definitely worth exploring. We need to make sure PG does not backslide on it's clean energy obligations. It's the largest utility in California. We need to get to one hundred percent renewable energy and PG or whatever. Succeeds needs to be part of that equation. Carrie hodousek. KCBS news. This morning. A new analysis by the California Department of finance shows that sonoma's county had the state's biggest population drop in the year long period that ended last July as KCBS as Megan goals reports the north bay fires were too much for an already tight housing market. Sonoma's lost two thousand two hundred and seven people says cinema county board of supervisors chair David rabbit look at that number without recognizing the fact that we had a devastating firestorm. The burnt about fifty four hundred homes and scattered people not only in the north bay. But out of cinema county, in some cases. That's not this man story. He did lose his home in Coffey park. But I was very fortunate to have family close that can help me out. Now, he lives in Penn growth with his brother, my landlord had offered me to move back into the place. But at an increased rep rate it had been over a year since the fires have happened, but I can't afford. It was struggling to afford it. Then I can't afford to pay more now. But this isn't just about the firestorm says rabbit, it's. A bay area problem. I don't think our population decrease would be as much if people were paid more money could afford to stay and pay the higher price of rat. We're struggling with that. But we're not alone in sonoma's county. Megan gold, speak KCBS, just ahead on KCBS. This is my Colgan two of the bay area's largest water districts have filed suit to protect their water supplies. We are suing the state were resources control board..
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"Information on players speed and distance as well as the speed of their shots. The league claims to have the system in place for all the teams next season. It will also be used at all star weekend later this month. Pam Coulter, CBS news. Todos nine thousand nine hundred eighty two hit we'll play forever in the desert in the movie, at least that's the plan artists. Max Sidon top has set up a polar solar-powered salve installation that has Africa on repeat tells the BBC solar batteries in the six white speakers will keep the song going forever. Deborah rodriguez. CBS news. His three zero five at the bay area's news station. KCBS showers today. Stormy weather tomorrow. I'm John Evans. Good morning. Governor Newsome is talking tough about PG and his plan to declare bankruptcy saying that every option is under consideration. KCBS has Doug sovereigns has consumer advocates believe this is a defining moment for Newsom only one week into his tenure as governor governor Newsom emerged from his office late in the day to send a reassuring message. Unlike two thousand one this is no energy crisis is an abundance of energy, and our customers should not be concerned about turning on their lights, and he is concerned as his top priority about PG needs financial stability and its impact on customers tax payers and those who lost everything in the wildfires. Jamie court president of consumer watchdog says PG is blowing smoke with its bankruptcy threat. The number. They the bankruptcy court of thirty billion dollars is ludicrous. We can't believe a six felon and. And what we need to do is get this company in order. And if we can't do that, we can take it over, but we should buy their story and the governor should go to court the PUC should go to court try to stop it because they don't really do. Backups. Newsom is ensure bankruptcy is necessary saying his mantra with the company will be trust. But verify unique with respect has not been a trusted player. He will soon announce his energy appointments, including the CPU see and trying to avert. The bankruptcy is among the options on the table. You like to see it. But we're not naive and that is not at all costs. Doug, sovereign KCBS. California state Senator Scott Weiner in San Francisco says it's time for the public to be in control of PG KCBS has Carrie Hodousek reports on the senator's reaction to the company's announcement for filing chapter eleven we've seen several groups show support for public takeover of PG knee in recent months, but now with this latest bankruptcy announcement state Senator Scott Weiner is urging the San Francisco public utilities commission. To purchase. The company's transmission and distribution assets to better serve its customers. There's been discussion about breaking up the utility if that's going to increase safety and reliability on then that should absolutely be considered. Cal hellfire determined last year that PGN EAS equipment had sparked seventeen wildfires across northern California in two thousand seventeen this is about a utility that has a lot of infrastructure that is all that has not been properly maintained. And we're and too many fires are are happening. Public control would be complicated. Making sure employees are safe and the company sticks to its clean energy commitment. But Weiner, says it's definitely worth exploring..
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"Level in the state of California. There's this pending legislation that from Phil ting one of our favorites that this should end. He's thinking for environmental reasons, or whatever I think they've just become antiquated. A thing of the past. We don't need to get a paper receipt for every stupid thing that we get especially with the internet and all that. And it seems that some of these receipts depending on where you shop. Have become longer more elaborate, more detailed. I mean, like I said earlier you're going to buy one one item, according to milk, and you get a receipt this like two and a half feet long is that really necessary. There's more to it than that. And it's coming on Cam J right after we update news. Here's garden. Thank you Ray. California. Republicans are begging for mercy from the White House came as Aaron Abadia has the latest Jim Nielsen and assemblyman James Gallagher. Republicans representing districts up north asking President Trump not to withhold FEMA funding from the state of California. The president archly criticizing the Golden State, California, which is not going to continue to pay the kind of money that we're paying stadiums and visions of dollars every year to save every year. They don't wanna clean up their forest because they have environmental problems cleaning it up, and they just better get their act together. Nielsen and Gallagher say they think the president for being attentive. But at quote, this Twitter war is not helpful. It will not solve our problem, and quote democratic governor governor Newsom also saying, quote disaster and recovery of no time for politics. Artemisia KM J news. A lawsuit filed against the Trump administration over protections for wildlife, including the valley's Tri colored Blackbird the center for biological diversity is alleging the feds are failing to protect twenty-six species under the Endangered Species Act. The center claims that animals and plants which are on the brink of extinction are not being protected because of quote, political interference on Wall Street. The Dow is up one hundred sixteen points, twelve thirty.
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"Have identified the gunman all five victims of that shooting rampage in Bakersfield last night. Kern county sheriff Donnie Youngblood says that Harvey are says our is used a fifty caliber handgun in the shootings. There were signs. It was a domestic violence related attack. Here's be more than just husband and wife. Because there's a reason. Youngblood says the gunman targeted people at two different locations before he killed himself when confronted by deputies democratic candidate for governor governor Newsom stumping for fellow Democrats as he continues his bus tour around the state is lady stopped Modesto where he campaigned against local Republican congressman Jeff Denham and for a candidate for the state Senate the end of the day, we're not going to be successful in this state, unless we have like minded Democrats that are in state legislature bought a local Republican party leader. Jim de MARTINI says Newsome is not welcome. And that the GOP is campaigning on a strong economy. It's very confidence is high. You know, we're the party of prosperity and opportunity. Most polls still show knew some of the very big lead of Republican challenger for governor. John Cox, twelve thirty eight on KNX founder CEO of Amazon's Jeff Bezos announcing he's donating two billion dollars to set up a charitable fund to help homeless people and to create preschool, whose the editor of the chronicle of philanthropy. Stacy Palmer tells Cain actually thinks it's a remarkable gift gates and Warren Buffett has committed many, many billions of dollars of their wealth. So he still has some catching up to do. But this is a pretty giant step for somebody. Who hasn't given a lot in the past. She says two billion dollars is a small portion of his estimated worth of one hundred fifty billion dollars with analysts saying he is the wealthiest man in modern history. Twelve thirty nine on KNX that brand new car. You bought started losing its value pretty much from the minute. You drove it off the dealers lot research from triple A estimates that most new cars loss..
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"Okay news on the hour on the half and when it breaks bender live from the twenty four hour newsroom california democratic senator kamala harris has toured it immigration and detention facility in the san diego area all of these folks are out here right now marching protesting standing up for them and that this is not who we are and that we're going to fight for them for these parents and we're gonna fight for the best of who we are as a country she thought the otay mesa immigration and detention facility looked like a prison officials in orange county say the sheriff's department and fire thirty are working together on how to respond to search and rescue calls the two agencies had been at odds over who's better able to respond to a given situation a grand jury report includes recommendations on each agency's capability and approach to public safety california voters will decide in november whether egglaying hens must live cage free candidate for governor governor newsom has garnered support from another former democratic rival who ran against him in the primary state treasurer john chung says newsom can help communities like china town that have undergone dramatic changes in recent years you have to make sure that we elect somebody who's understands that change who understands the extraordinary diversity that is the hallmark that is the celebration of what california stands for earlier in the week former mayor vera goso came out in support of newsome's campaign newsom is facing republican john cox in november traffic from the helpful socal honda traffic center work.