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"Track of how many people are coming and going with an array of other safety protocols in place. As you walk into the center, you will see sanitization stations every 50 100 ft. We've scheduled housekeeping that are touching high point touchpoints more frequently than ever. The escalator rails, the elevator buttons, food, court, dining and common areas, however, remain closed. Hunger could not comment on Westfield's lawsuit against L. A county over the mall closures except to say that all Cards are still on the table and we'll see where that goes. In. Arcadia, Margaret, Career O. K Annex 10 70 News Radio Alex Vienna waivers, firing back at allegations by the inspector general and members of the Oversight Commission. That he has done little to discourage the president's the presence rather of deputy cliques at various stations during a Facebook live session, charity in a wave of said contrary to press accounts and comments on a report by Inspector General Max Huntsman, saying he tolerates the existence of groups like the Bandidos in East L. A station he took action, relieving the commanders of that station and transferring virtually the entire senior staff on his first day in office in 2018, via the wave, also pointed to a very significant administrative probe that was done involving the matter over 3000 pages long Over 70 individuals interviewed With subject rights with attorneys. The sheriff said he's fired at least 66 deputies so far from his conduct, and he's followed proper procedures and strongly suggested both the inspector general of the Oversight commission are merely carrying out a political agenda reflecting the witches of the board of Supervisors were trying to undermine his authority to run the department. Pete Demetriou, Okay in next 10 70 news radio. Pretzels. Look what chips Locke? Who's the new guy? Fanta? I think he's looking at me. Pretzels. You got it twisted. He's looking at me. Stop being salty chips. We both got a chance He's coming over. Ladies. Hi. Hello to you back at your handsome Fanta picked beef jerky girl. We're going to be here a while. Breaking news knows no lockdowns. No pauses. No cancellations. Whenever wherever stories happen. Reporting live in Irwindale in downtown L. A in the city of Orange will be there. Mr Couple of hours. There's no telling what you might have list so make a annex part of your day every day. Hey, Annex 10 70 news radio depend on us. You get a whole lot of something with farmers policy perks so much I'm going to have to speed things up. You can get the farmer signal happened That could get you up to 15% off your auto policy. That's just for using the app and driving like the normal speed limit very full. Stop making lane change, signaling human being. You are get a whole lot of something with farmers Policy perks Start with a quote by calling 1 800 farmers. We are.

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02:24 min | Last month

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"Of the of the of the work. We got more coming up. Johnny can Ko Phi and Deborah Marquez do like county sheriff in a way this is when it comes to accountability. The Board of Supervisors is correct. The sheriff pulled no punches during a live broadcast on face book, He says He's the target of not only the board but also Inspector General Max Huntsman when it comes to the Board of Supervisors And the question is who watches the watchdog. So who oversees Huntsman and the Board of Supervisors? Turns out nobody aboard and inspector general have criticized the sheriff for his handling of deputy gangs in clicks, But the sheriff says since taking office, he's fired 66 employees and that shows action. Steve Gregory King, If I knew the news is brought to you by Mike Dime in the smell good plumber. The San Diego School district has ordered that letters from President Trump be removed from food boxes aimed at helping people during the Koven 19 pandemic. USDA program redirects meat, dairy and produce from Farmer's toe low income families. The letters included are in English and Spanish on White House stationery and have the president's signature His administration has been criticized for including the letters weeks before the election. The superintendent of schools in San Diego says she also took issue with a line that suggests people consider wearing a face mask. Governor Newsome, a signed an executive order to preserve and protect more than 30% of California's lands by 2030 that includes coastal areas. 30 by 30. Uh, this state can achieve this. Let's see other states adopt similar strategies and we could do so that done hurt. Builders doesn't deny our audacious housing goals doesn't deny in fact, anything It only creates more opportunity, Newsom says. California has so much biodiversity to preserve including 5500 plant species, 40% of which are native to the state. On the price is right is back to filming, but coming on down is over and out. The game show has no studio audience because of covert 19 restrictions. The set has been redesigned Contestants are on stage 6 FT. Apart. They can spin the big wheel after they sanitized their hands way have a crash on the 57 in Braila. South found side Watch out here is you make your way towards Imperial Highway. It's the carpool In the far right lane that is shut down..

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"inspector general max huntsman" Discussed on KCRW

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03:21 min | Last month

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"Than a month to go before the big election. President Donald Trump is apparently anxious to get covert 19 behind him. Today, he tweeted that he planned to be in next week's debate in Miami against former vice President Joe Biden. But He just got home last night from Walter Reed days after testing positive for Corona virus. Doctors clear Trump to continue treatment at the White House. NPR's Joe Palka says the president's getting more than what millions of other infected Americans have received in treatment. But even that Has risks. These drugs some of the drugs anyway, that the president getting around death severe in this Regeneron cocktail, their experimental so they may not work. They may not work as hoped. And they may in fact, Turned out to be harmful for some people we don't know. And it could be that they're over medicating, which is a phenomenon sometimes called V I. P syndrome. NPR's Joe Palooka reporting. U. S trade deficit is the highest It's been 14 years. The Commerce Department reporting today that the country bought more than it's sold in August and widen its trade gap by nearly 6% of just over $67 billion, But the U. S is deficit. With the world's second largest economy, China shrank the same month more than 6.5%. When President Trump took office. He promised to bring down the overall trade deficit into that, and Scrapped existing trade agreements to negotiate new ones. Dow is up 26 points. This is NPR news. And a 31. This is case here. W NEWS. I'm Matt Dillon. Los Angeles County Inspector General Max Huntsman has accused Sheriff Alex V in a wave of promoting a quote code of silence around secret societies within his department. As Casiraghi's Larry Parole reports. There's atleast one group, Huntsman says. Uses intimidation, Theologies report says The group is called the Bandidos and is allegedly made up of roughly 30 members who disrupt day to day operations at the East L. A sheriff's station. Huntsman says the group is gang like and their influence has resulted in favoritism, sexism, racism and violence. The findings call on the department to thoroughly investigate all internal criminal allegations. Some of those allegations involve assault by Bandidos members on younger deputies, one after an East L. A station party in 2018. In that case, four deputies were relieved of duty as a result, but the inspector general says internal investigators ignored evidence and neglected to ask tough questions. Two deputies who witnessed the alleged assault A review also found that Sheriff Alex being away that has failed to discourage participation in deputy secret societies, despite multiple requests from various oversight agencies to do so for K C. R W on Larry Perella. The Aggies report says the FBI has reportedly opened its own investigation into the Bandidos. You still a scientist Andrea Ghez has won the Nobel Prize in physics Ghez and Reinhardt Ginzler. German scientists were given one half of the prestigious prize for their work on black holes, specifically their discovery of a supermassive black hole at the center of our Galaxy. I guess is the fourth woman to win the prize, in an interview with Quantum magazine a couple years ago, has explained that she and gentle pioneered a new way of using the powerful Keck telescope to track the orbits of stars at the center of the Milky Way. And with that we have to explore the physics that supermassive black holes, otherwords testing how black holes.

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04:32 min | Last month

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"Undergraduates on Ly 25% are conducting mass screening or random surveillance testing of students. Is a lack of testing even on campuses in Cove in 19 hot spots, NPR's analysis found about two thirds of full time undergraduates at college and a hot spot county are on campus is that do not require routine or surveillance tests? Listen. Alberni. NPR News Stocks open mics this morning amid news that the U. S trade deficit widened in August, NPR Scott horsefly reports. The Dow Jones industrials jumped by about 60 points in early trading. American exports and imports both grew in August, but imports grew faster and the trade deficit wide into more than $67 billion. A trade deficit with China narrowed, however, as exports to that country increased during the month. While imports shrank. U. S exports to China are still well short of the pace called for in the Phase one trade deal signed earlier this year. Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Pal speaks this morning to a gathering of business economists. A survey of the group found a government failure to provide Mork Corona virus relief is one of the biggest risks facing the economy, second only to a fresh wave of Corona virus infections. Horsefly. NPR NEWS Washington The National Hurricane Center says Hurricane Delta has top sustained winds of 100 MPH. It's expected to batter the tip of Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. It's been expected to turn North and slam into the U. S Gulf Coast later this week. On Wall Street. The Dow is up 73 points. This is NPR news. The David Bohnett Foundation newsroom at case here. W I'm Matt Gillom. Los Angeles County Inspector General Max Huntsman has accused Sheriff Alex Villanueva of promoting a quote code of silence around secret societies within his department. This case, you're W Larry Parole reports. There's at least one group Huntsman says, uses intimidation, Theologies report says The group is called the Bandidos and is allegedly made up of roughly 30 members who disrupt day to day operations at the East L. A sheriff's station. Huntsman says the group is gang like and their influence has resulted in favoritism, sexism, racism and violence. The findings call on the department to thoroughly investigate all internal criminal allegations. Some of those allegations involve assault by Bandidos members on younger deputies, one after an East L. A station party in 2018 in that case, four deputies were relieved of duty as a result, But the inspector general says internal investigators ignored evidence and neglected to ask tough questions. Two deputies who witnessed the alleged assault A review also found that Sheriff Alex being away that has failed to discourage participation and deputy secret societies despite multiple requests from various oversight agencies to do so for K C, R w I'm Larry Perelli. Meanwhile, in L. A Superior court judge says Vienna Wave overstepped his authority when he re hired a deputy who was fired by his predecessor amid allegations of domestic abuse. Judge Mitchell Beck. Love ruled yesterday that a legal settlement between Deputy Carl Mandarin and the Sheriff's department, which included his reinstatement and back pay worth more than $200,000, was void because it wasn't signed by the Board of Supervisors. Kandorians were hiring sparked a long running dispute between Vienna and the supervisors who took the unusual step of suing the sheriff on attorney representing Mando and tells the times that he'll appeal. I was ordered to turn his gun and bad turn in his gun and badge while the court case played out. Sheriff's Department has not commented on the ruling. Like many small businesses, independent bookstores have been hit hard by the economic fallout of Govind 19. Local stores like Romans in Pasadena have put out a pre a personal S. O s to customers for help. Now a trade group for Mom and pop bookstores is warning readers that many of their favorite retailers are not going to survive Case. Your nephew's Angel Carrera's has Mohr when Romans emailed customers late last month that sales remain dangerously down for 126 year old business. People flocked to wait in line over the weekend. That's not the story everywhere, and even the weekend rush could be temporary. This week. Chevalier's books in large month's established, 1940 told customers there in search of a new home as their landlords won't extend their lease and then an op ed in the L. A Times, the CEO of the American Booksellers Association warned. The problem is industrywide. Allison Cahill heads that trade group, which quote works with booksellers and industry partners to ensure the success and profitability of independently owned book retailers. She cited a July survey of 400 bookstores that found 20% of those surveyed say they may not survive into the new year..

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05:40 min | Last month

"inspector general max huntsman" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Registered voters in the state should soon begin. Their ballots in the mail. Emily Valdez que next 10 70 news radio. Ah, Southern California Mega pastor has covert 19. He got it at the White House. We have more after traffic. It's 505 traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the fives. Denise Fondo, We've got an injury crashing Montebello and car slammed into the center divider. Scott Bird is over the 60 in the Southern California Toyota dealers Guy. Five. Yeah, this car flipped over to west about son of a 60 just I care about Boulevard That's with two right lanes are blocked. The fire department is here. It's also kind of looks like it might have hit the sand barrels because there is a debris in length as well. So Caltrans public have toe Come out here and fix some stuff. The backup starting at this point from just about Saint Gabriel Boulevard, so definitely worth a boarding that West 60 perhaps pick up to 10. U do have Autobots Floyd here on the eastbound 60 looks like back from the least to 70. Not enough sleep will continue through south all body. We've gotta step big rig on the five. And this is the Atwater Village Area. Five south that before the two uh, that big rig sitting in the tube, right lanes on the four of five sound found in Carson a little bit before you reach the 1 10. We've got a new right there. Let's take the lanes air cleared. That is right Children, the road and on the 605 South bound side. Transition to the five South found. We've got a new problem. Report it there. It looks like we've got some debris across the two right lanes next, reported 5 15. With more traffic reports more often on Denise Ponder in the S T. C c u 24 Hour Traffic Center can extend 70 NewsRadio Warm day Today. Gradual cooling continues eighties nineties mostly singing out of the triple digits little cooler tomorrow that another drop later on this week, we'll have a five day forecast. At 5, 15 92 Santa Clarita, 86 in Hollywood 90. Now in Anaheim, it's 507 looks like a Southern California megachurch pastor is among the growing list of people who've tested positive for Coben 19 as part of the White House outbreak after attending a prayer rally in D. C. With Vice President Mike Pence and the nomination ceremony for Amy Cockney Barrett in the White House Rose Garden. Greg Laurie, senior pastor of Riverside based Harvest Christian Fellowship, says he's in quarantine with mild symptoms with God's help. Your prayers. I expect to get through this, Laurie says in a message posted on social media that he wishes people would put politics aside and show compassion to those who are struggling with Cove it, he says, it's really and if the president of the United States can get it, obviously anybody can get it. God's in control of our lives. And I don't know why he allowed me together, but I got it and I know you will get me through it. Lorries among several people who've tested positive after attending the September 26th ceremony at the White House, which was held outdoors but also included an indoor reception based on images of the event. Few guests were wearing masks. Claudia Fescue Takeya Next 10 70 NewsRadio. L. A county's inspector general, accusing Sheriff Alex Vienna wave of promoting Dakota's silence when it comes to secret societies within his department. Specially the group known as the Bandidos Reports by the inspector General Max Huntsman identifies the Bandidos is a click about 30 deputies who worked out of the East L. A sheriff's station. Huntsman says they disrupt day to day operations. The station by grating tension between deputies. You are members and those who are not report also says there's evidence that Bandy those air like gang and the way their influence has resulted in favoritism. Sexism, racism, violence inspector general calls on the sheriff's department to thoroughly investigate all allegations about the Bandidos and gather statements from witness deputies. Early voting began today in L. A county and some people who could have waited for mail in ballots or gone to their local polling places, instead went to the registrar's office in Norwalk. By late afternoon, nearly 200 people had come to vote in person than upstairs polling station or a dropped off their ballot in a drop box in front of the building. This man came from Compton was driving by and stopped in for just one reason. To reassure that my voters to be counted before November 3rd and beat the rush. He was convinced the Russians he called it will begin later this week. Another man who said he was in his late sixties and had health issues, said he came here because he was convinced there would be fewer people and it will be safer, healthwise. As for using voting systems, he said, it was a breeze. The only reason I took about 10 minutes was because of all the local candidates of state issues that he had to vote on in Norwalk. Pete Demetriou Okay and extend 70 news radio. The president's tweeting out a couple videos. We saw the film crew and has returned to the White House highly produced. The one is the helicopter landing him standing there on the South portico saluting after getting back from Walt Cherie. There's a secondary speaking to the camera, no mask, but repeating what he said earlier in his tweets today, he says of the virus. Don't let it dominate. You Don't be afraid You're going to beat us. We have the best medicines. The best equipment goes on to say I stood out front and I lead. I know there's a risk, but this is what leaders do and I'm okay now, and I'm better, he says, Get out there and be careful and then goes on to say vaccines are coming momentarily. So that's what was filmed as the president was returning. Just last hour to the White House to continue his treatments for covert 19 there at the medical unit at the White House. The school district needs financial help. That was urgent message today to state and federal lawmakers. Superintendent Austin Butor says L. A USD continues to bear the incredible cost largely alone related to the pandemic. Just unified has now provided nearly 67 million meals, one of the largest responses to a national disaster in this country for the last 20 years. The biggest difference this time is the lack of support by local, state and federal government for Los Andrews Unified's food relief effort still.

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04:33 min | 2 months ago

"inspector general max huntsman" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"I might come back to nothing. Firefighters watching for violent winds that could fan flames that have already burned more than 140 homes threatened thousands more north of San Francisco. The Trump campaign is pushing back against change is in the works for the next two presidential debates, the intent to prevent a repeat of the chaos that reigned on Tuesday. Trump campaign accuses the commission on presidential debates of being stacked against the president. This group very much comes across what you might see an evening gala at the Metropolitan Club in D. C. A. Jason Miller rejects talk of a mute button. Something, sources say is under consideration. We don't want to change it any changes. We think President Trump did absolutely fantastic, Miller says. Mr Trump looks forward to taking part in the 2nd and 3rd debates. Earlier the president tweeted. Why would I allow the debate Commission to change the rules? Stephen Portnoy CBS News furloughs have begun in the airline industry, more than 32,000, American and United Workers have been sidelined. Correspondent Chris Van Cleve. For some of these employees, their jobs may never come back in the airlines are predicting a 4 to 5 year recovery back to 2019 level Airline travel has been down 70% during the pandemic. Jobless claims held steady for the fifth week in a row with more than 800,000 people signing up for benefits economist Diane Swonk. What we're also starting to see is people who are laid off ones and then got a job we're re employed, are now being laid off again, and that really speaks to the inability to sustain employment as the economy tries to reopen was still a very contagious virus that we're dealing with household income fell 2.7% last month. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Mnuchin have spent a good part of the day going back and forth on a new co Vered relief bill, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and want an agreement, but it's got to meet the needs of the American people. And there are a lot of places right now where the offer by Secretary Mnuchin doesn't do that. The White House is proposing a $1.6 trillion package. Democrats pushing a new 2.2. Trillion dollar plan The Dow closed up 35 points. SNP Gain 17 This is CBS News. These days. Better nutrition and stronger immunity are essential. That's why egg lands best gives you and your family more so we can all be at our very best on ly glands. Best. This's selling California's only 24 hour. Local news and traffic station. Cadaques. Inseventy news radio. Good afternoon, Rob Archer, and I'm Karen Adams, Our top local story at 203. The county sheriff's Department starts deploying body worn cameras Tonight. After years of talking planning, the first of thousands of patrol deputies will be going out wearing body cameras. Important step for this is a historical first sheriff Alex Villanueva says Deputies at five stations are currently being trained and equipped with body cameras. Century industry, Lakewood Lancaster in West Hollywood, Compton and East L A will get them later. The plan is to deploy more than 5200 body cameras over the next year, and a half late county supervisors last month transferred $25.5 million to the department to pay for the first year of the program to help with transparency, oversight and accountability. Supervisor John Asan, But I think it's important to note that body more and cameras are not the end of the reform that I'm imagining on DH that I believe that we need to see in our law enforcement agencies. Inspector General Max Huntsman has raised concerns about the department's body camera policy, giving deputies too much discretion in deciding when to turn the devices on her off and a lack of accountability for failing to activate it. Routine audits to help identify potential misconduct are prohibited. And deputies are encouraged to review video before writing reports Club You're pissed you Takeo Next. 10 70 NewsRadio nail salons of indoor shopping malls. Rangeley awaiting final word from L, a cunning, But when and how they can re open. Health officials say they will have details by tomorrow and say they should be able to open within the next 10 days. The state is expected to issue guidelines in the next few days for the reopening of theme parks. Orange County CEO Frank Kim says he took a tour of Disneyland just last week reviewing how they would manage there. Restaurant dining program, how they would manage lines associated with the queuing for various rides and entertainment options there, and we believe that they can manage that very safely. California theme park's closed.

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Some Civilian Oversight Commission Members Call On Los Angeles County Sheriff Villanueva To Resign

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

01:05 min | 2 months ago

Some Civilian Oversight Commission Members Call On Los Angeles County Sheriff Villanueva To Resign

"Divide between L. A county Sheriff Alex Villanueva and the civilian oversight Commission may not be able to be repaired after two members called for his resignation today. Meanwhile, Meanwhile, the the sheriff sheriff may may face face a a lawsuit lawsuit from from the the county county alleging alleging his his deputies deputies violated violated the the First First Amendment Amendment rights rights of of an an L. L. A A news news reporter. reporter. Oversight Oversight commissioners commissioners did did vote vote unanimously unanimously for for L. A County Council to review what laws govern Sheriff's deputies and the media and protesters in public areas requesting county Council come back. Within 30 days with what is constitutional that the sheriff can do. L. A county's inspector general, also investigating the department for the arrest of a local radio reporter Saturday night covering a protest. The sheriff has said that she was not properly credentialed that she interfered with a deputy making an arrest in 1 48, obstructing a peace officer specifically provide the recording video of a peace officer is not obstruction. Inspector General Max Huntsman says he's made requests for information of the County sheriff, but that the department is not cooperating. Craig figure Can X 10 70 NewsRadio, A

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"inspector general max huntsman" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

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01:47 min | 2 months ago

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"It is our top local story in 12 03 Los Angeles County sheriff. He may face a lawsuit from the county alleging his deputies violated the First Amendment rights of the Los Angeles News reporter. Oversight Commissioners did vote unanimously for L. A County Council to review what laws govern Sheriff's deputies and the media and protesters in public areas requesting county House will come back within 30 days with what is constitutional that the sheriff can do L. A county's inspector general also investigating the department. For the arrest of a local radio reporter Saturday night covering a protest. The sheriff has said that she was not properly credentialed that she interfered with a deputy making an arrest in 1 48 obstructing a peace officer specifically provides the recording video of a peace officer is not obstruction. Inspector General Max Huntsman says he's made requests for information of the county sheriff, but that the department is not cooperating. Craig figure Can IX 10 70 NewsRadio from new number crunching shows the way Orange County area is experiencing the worst unemployment in the nation. The latest figures put it at a 16.8%. That's double the national rate, Former state chief Michael Burnett tells Can exit looks like job losses are continuing. Not only hiring has been picking up, but furloughs are turning into layoffs and businesses were closing and the numbers People unemployed and laid off are only continuing to grow, he tells this Los Angeles County is especially vulnerable to job losses because of the high number of people traditionally employed in service sectors like stores, restaurants and tourism. So once again the number of the latest figures here in Los Angeles in Orange County 16.8% unemployment by comparison, the unemployment rate in the inland empire He's 13.4%. Foreclosures.

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09:19 min | 2 months ago

"inspector general max huntsman" Discussed on KCRW

"News. I'm Dwayne Brown, the governor of Oregon says dozens of wildfires burning in the state could be the deadliest and most destructive ever at least 80,000 people forced to flee their homes, but officials say They haven't been able to survey damage or get a good estimate on the death toll because some of the most, uh what they call hot zones cannot be accessed yet Just Burns of Oregon Public radio tells us there's also a shortage of firefighting resource is at this point. We're hearing that everyone is stretched extremely thin on the scanner. When I was listening, we'd hear people saying, Hey, we need additional resource is to so and so we have houses that are on fire. And the dispatch would come back and be like that's all we have. We don't have anything else, but there is a sense that there definitely is not enough to go around. Jess Burns of Oregon Public radio. In New York. A special three judge court has blocked President Trump's attempts to leave out unauthorized migrants from the 2020 census numbers. The count will determine each state share of congressional seats. NPR's Manziel along reports, the judges found the administration's actions to be unlawful. To determine how many seats each day gets in the House of Representatives. The 14th amendment requires accounting of the whole number of persons in each state President Trump's memo calls for unauthorized immigrants be left out of that count. But a special three judge panel in New York has concluded the president has limited authority over how the census is used for reapportionment and Congress has directed the president through federal law to present specifically the whole number of persons living United States for the apportionment count. This ruling may be appealed directly to the U. S. Supreme Court because of a federal law that allows court rulings related to reapportioning. Congress to skip review by an appeals court has long NPR NEWS New York Stocks finished lower on Wall Street. Today, the Dow was down almost 1.5%. This is NPR and I'm Larry Parole. This is Casey ar w ith the Thursday September 10th. Here's what's happening at 4 32 fire crews are continuing to battle more than two doesn't major fires across the state that have sent tens of thousands of Californians. Running from their homes and darken the skies with smoke and ash winds whipped a number of fires, allowing a significant growth and extreme fire behavior not only for a number of new fires, but also in some of the major fires that had been burning. We saw significant growth that is Cal fire investigator Daniel Berland agency says that six of the top 20 largest wildfires in state history of happened this year. The fire season isn't even over. At least three people have been killed by a rapidly moving fire in northern California's Butte County. After winds picked up there yesterday. Several others have been critically hurt and hundreds if not thousands of homes are believed to have been damaged or destroyed. Among the town's potentially in its destructive path is Paradise, which is ravaged by the camp fire two years ago, Paradise Mayor Greg Bolen said People were terrified you could hear in their voice with questions. What's going on, But I need to do I need to leave or what I do. You know, that is horrible Over here Looks terrible. I see a red glow through the trees. Is there fire in paradise in Southern California Bobcat fire continues to pose a major risk. Or the San Gabriel Valley Foothill communities. It's grown now to nearly 24,000 acres, and it is still 0% contained for 1/4 straight night, protestors demonstrated in support of Dijon Kizzie, a black man who was shot and killed by L. A county sheriff's deputies in the Westmont neighborhood last week because he was riding his bike when Deputy stopped him for what they say was some kind of violation. County Inspector General Max Huntsman is the chief watchdog for the L. A County Sheriff Department. He told Casey R. W's greater L A. This team was not invited to attend Kiss his autopsy and event he says, demands third party oversight. Our presence at the autopsy allows us to see where the bullet holes. Ours is an important part of that investigation. But our primary goal is to make sure that there isn't some kind of cover up that the evidence is collected properly, that the investigation has integrity. Huntsman says he's getting thwarted at every turn In his job. For example, gangs continue to run rampant within the sheriff's department, but deputies often refused to do interviews. For internal investigations. Is the problem really being addressed? No, Is there ah code of silence that has enforced from the level of management? Yes, State Attorney General Javier Missouri has the authority to investigate and remove elected officials. But Huntsman says he has not asked Sarah To investigate via nuevas actions. Support for NPR comes from carbonite, providing secure and encrypted backup of personal devices to protect digital memories from unforeseen circumstances. Learn Maura carbonite dot com carbonite and open text company infidelity Wealth management, providing perspective on a client's entire financial picture. Investment minimums Apply fidelity of brokerage services. L L see your weather tonight some low clouds and fog smoky at times lows tonight in the sixties. Sonny Smoke continues to linger tomorrow with highs in the seventies at the beaches eighties to around 90 for metro Ella and Inland Orange County. You're listening to all things considered from NPR News. I'm Sasha Pfeiffer in Cambridge, Massachusetts. And I'm Elsa Chang in Los Angeles. Lately, the big story around elections has been the pandemic and the efforts to increase voting by mail. But this week Foreign interference. The topic we had been hearing so much about the past four years is back in the spotlight. Today, the Treasury Department announced sanctions for a Ukrainian lawmaker for interfering in the 2020 race. Separately, the company Microsoft disclosed a number of foreign cyber attacks. NPR's miles parks covers voting and election security and he joins us now. Hey, Miles Hi there. So tell us more about this Ukrainian lawmaker like who is he? His name is Andre Dear Koch, and he's a member of Ukraine's Parliament. And now the Treasury Department today, says he's been working as a Russian agent pushing Russian interests for more than the last decade. What he's being punished for today, as you mentioned is interfering in the 2020 election, the US election he spent the past year pushing these debunked conspiracy theories about former vice President Joe Biden. He published edited tapes of Biden talking with a former president Ukraine to try and undermine Biden's campaign. And he even met with President Trump's personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani last year to try and get more of a spotlight on these claims about corruption, all of which have been debunked in which the Treasury Department says or false we is this the same narrative that President Trump has been pushing about Joe Biden be his Resident trumps whole impeachment trial had hinged on the president hoping for Ukraine to investigate corruption claims against Biden, son, right. Right. These are the same exact claims President Trump even Retweet retweeted something as recently as last month, which contained the audio that we're talking about from the edited tapes that the Treasury Department is now calling propaganda. It's obviously sort of a stark contrast to the statement that Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin put out today that went along with these sanctions. He says the U. S. Will use all the tools at its disposal to counter these Russian disinformation campaigns. Obviously, Democrats immediately jumped on that are coming out and basically saying this is hypocrisy when you have the president, amplifying some of these claims on his Twitter account. Well, see now, if Trump continues to repeat them, or if this forces him to sort of change course. Okay, and then separate from these sanctions. Today, Microsoft made an announcement about cyber attacks. What exactly did the companies say? Basically, they said Russia, China and Iran are still at it. Still trying to break into the accounts of Americans who are either important to the election or important in some way indirectly to American foreign policy, the company Microsoft says they've observed the group that actually broke into the Clinton campaign in 2016, this group that's commonly known as fancy bear. They've been observed trying to break into the accounts of campaign consultants on both sides, the ill as well as a think tank that monitors election interference. On Then, Microsoft says Chinese and Iranian groups were also detected trying to break into the email accounts of Biden campaign staffers at least one prominent former Trump administration official and Trump campaign staff, So these cyber attack attempts have not stopped after 2016. They've continued over the last couple years, and Microsoft says the groups are also developing new tactics. This isn't the same game game plan that they used four years ago. This is really disturbing. What do you think we should expect then in terms of cyber attack? Axe over the next two months. More of the same. It sounds like I talk to Betsy Cooper, who's the executive director of the Aspen Tech policy hub, and she said, Basically, she expects to hear Maura about more attacks. All of these countries Russia, Iran and China just have very advanced cyber attack capabilities. The actors that have the capability to execute them are also the ones that have the greatest stake in the outcome of the election. The only question at this point a scooper puts it is how effective they will be in effect in the outcome. That is NPR's miles. Parks. Thank you, Miles. Thank you. The NFL is back tonight. The defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs are hosting the Houston Texans, and there will be actual fans at the game, a rarity during the pandemic..

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"H d to Los Angeles. Orange County lives everywhere on the car radio. Breaking records. I'm Jennifer Jones Lee live from the kick off. I 24 hour news room. 17 major wildfires are burning in California, which include some of the biggest in state history. More than 14,000. Firefighters were working the front lines of some 625 total fires. Cruise air coming in from Arizona, Nevada and Texas. Some have come from as far away as Australia. And his Cal Fire's Daniel Berlant explains. Re sources are stretched thin, an astonishing 2700 mohr wildfires have occurred this year than last, with an additional 1.4 million acres burned during that same time period alliances overnight. Weather conditions have also been more favourable than forecast, including cooler temps, higher humidities and fewer lightning strikes. Steve Gregory King If I knew that the last of the evacuations for the fire near like Hughes Air lifting that fires burn more than 31,000 acres destroyed at least 12 buildings, including homes, containment is at 65% full containment could take another week. L. A County inspector general says sheriff's deputies have failed to wear face coverings as required by public health orders. Inspector General Max Huntsman says deputies air putting the public and themselves at risk. Staffers for the inspector general's office say they went to multiple deputy involved shooting scenes where they saw deputies unmasked even in close quarters with an 800 Sheriff's department employees have tested positive for Cove in 19 so far. School districts in O. C have started preparing for the chance. All campuses will be allowed to reopen after Labor Day. If we get off most of our district will goto a hybrid models See, Superintendent Alma Harris says some denser areas with higher case.

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02:17 min | 3 months ago

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"The Inspector general's warning. The Board of Supervisors that to money sheriff's deputies air, not worrying face masks on the job, giving the impression that they're above the law. Inspector General Max Huntsman said on the blood of the board that they like a face coverings puts the public at risk as well as other law enforcement personnel. Inspector General Max Huntsman said in a letter to the board. The lack of face coverings puts the public at risk as well as other law enforcement. It's Kobe Bryant Day in Los Angeles and two city lawmakers want to rename a stretch of figure role in his honor. Standing outside Staples Center, which some refer to as the house that Kobe built, Councilman Curren Price told fans who had come to celebrate the life of the late Lakers legend. We want to do something special to honor the legacy that Kobe left behind. He plans to introduce a motion seeking to name Figueroa Street from Olympic to Kate. Kobe Bryant Boulevard, Councilman Herb Wesson said. He'll hand deliver it wherever it needs to go to get it done as soon as possible. So that when the Lakers win the championship weakened dance in the middle of Kobe Bryant Boulevard, this fan came all the way from Alabama toe Honor Bryant. I'm going to call Brian Frances Knight Grey. He was in 12th grade. So when we came when I play ball, the first person we knew about going high school was called Brian Kobe Bryant would have turned 42 on Sunday. He died in a helicopter crash. Along with his daughter, Jonah and seven others earlier this year in downtown L A Margaret career O k Annex 10 70 News radio on point of the Lakers game tonight against Portland. They lead the game 24 to 8. Donald Trump Jr praises the handling of the Corona virus pandemic by his father during a speech at the Republican National Convention as coming up to the top of the hour right now, traffic and weather together with today's Fondo in Long Beach on the 17 south, four or five south. We've got a new problem reported stolen truck and that is in the right lane. In North Long Beach, 91. He's from ready Cherry Fire Department said it there. We've got the fire burning just off the freeway. Couple of things happening on the 60. 60 West banned past Azusa. We've got debris reported in the left lane and in Montebello on the 60 eastbound right at the Atlantic onramp. We've got a stalled car reported in one of the travel lanes on that ramp. Looks like it might be the far right lane. Next report. 805 with more traffic reports for often, I'm Denise Fonda in the S T. C c u 24 Hour Traffic Center K Next 10 70 NewsRadio..

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"R W I'm Cherry Glaser with this local news Update. Lake COUNTY Sheriff Alex Being away A is talking tough about cracking down on deputy gangs or cliques. The watchdog groups say he hasn't taken the issue seriously. Vallenueva says he's taking steps to suspend or fire 26 department employees Sheriff's Department has been investigating an off duty fight that broke out two years ago at a party involving a deputy clique called the Bandidos at the Sheriff's station in East L. A. We're holding our influence accountable to the rule of law, and I will not tolerate any group of employees who mysteries any member of the community or another member of the department. Villanueva's says he implemented new zero tolerance policies earlier this year prohibiting deputies from taking part in groups with names like the Vikings, Reapers and Executioners. He denied allegations, though, that the secret societies whose members often sport matching tattoos are involved in intimidating and assaulting members of the public. A few cases have arisen over the last decade has centered on deputies engaged in misconduct with their periods victim, not the community. Recent lawsuits and whistleblower complaints paint a different picture, though, and the Sheriff's Department chief watchdog Inspector General Max Huntsman, says that Villanueva's administration has stonewalled his investigations and ignored his document requests. Huntsman says deputy gangs have been a problem the sheriff's Department dating back 50 years. The L A Times reports that county has paid out $55 million in settlements since 1990 in cases involving alleged deputy gangs accused of violent behavior. L. A County health officials are investigating Corona virus outbreaks at a number of workplaces, including UPS facilities, but clusters involved facilities in L A bell Gardena, Vernon Sory toe Silmara, Ben eyes. Health officials are also looking into an outbreak at the Trojan Battery Company in Santa Fe Springs and at the construction site for Sofia Stadium in Inglewood. There were no fans in the seats to see it. But Mookie Betts made some history at Dodger Stadium last night. It's a fly ball to left center.

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"Many and their road to redemption. And improve proving to themselves and maybe two others that their crimes or their convictions do not define them. Until today, all Iowans with felony convictions had to appeal directly to the governor to be able to vote, leaving an estimated 50 to 60,000 Iowans disenfranchised for NPR News. I'm Katarina Historic in Des Moines, The state of Virginia is out with a smartphone. App, it says will automatically notify people if they may have been exposed to the Corona virus. It's the first state to use the new technology created by Apple and Google on Wall Street. Today, the Dow was up 373 points. You're listening to NPR. And this is Casey ar w I'm leery Perella. It is a Wednesday, August 5th. Very good afternoon to you. Here's what's happening at 30 for L. A City Councilman Jose Huizar was in court this morning for the first time in connection with corruption charges. He showed up in a crisp blue suit and tie with a face mask. The judge set the September 29th trial date for Wheezer, who faces federal charges, alleging he ran a $1.5 million pay to play scheme in which developers paid cash bribes and donations in exchange for his support of downtown high rise developments. Prosecutors told the judge they expect the trial to last about three weeks and to call at least 40 witnesses. These aren't pleaded not guilty yesterday during a video conference, he faces a 34 count federal grand jury indictment. He is suspended from the council without pay while he fights the charges. L A Times reports that L. A county has paid out roughly $55 million over the last 30 years in settlements for cases were sheriff deputies were alleged to belong to a secret society. K. C. R W Sarees Council reports $21 million was allegedly paid out in the last decade. The Board of Supervisors requested a list of payouts last year after the Times reported members of one alleged shares. Gang assaulted other deputies at an off duty party in 2018. A report prepared by L. A county attorney's found eight specific clicks and list 60 cases. Some are still pending. There have been multiple investigations into the groups over the years, including a pro by the FBI Sheriff Alex Villanueva says measures were put in place in February to ban deputy clicks. But Inspector General Max Huntsman told the Times last week that he is quote aware of no implementation whatsoever and that his office can't effectively investigate the secret societies quote. Because of the obstruction of the sheriff's department. And last week, a deputy filed a claim alleging a group called the Executioner's Controls. The Compton station. Firefighters in Riverside and San Bernadino counties are being helped by slightly cooler weather today and their battle to put out a massive fire. The Apple fire has burned over 26,000 acres of brush and trees. At least one home has been destroyed. 12 other buildings have been damaged The fire right now about 30% contained, most evacuation orders have been lifted..

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"And everybody's really ready and anxious because venter is a town that thrives off kind of our tourist season and the weather getting good so I think most of us are ready then turn county is the first and biggest county in so cal to move further into stage two remap of all the current cases in so cal you can check out our website KFI am six forty dot com the key word is cope with the news is brought you by cutting dental president trump is toward a Ford factory in Michigan that is gone from building cars to building ventilators in response to covert nineteen trump says America is very proud of Ford you're building a great medical arsenal to defeat the virus and cement America's place as a leading manufacturer and exporter of ventilators the president has been criticized for not wearing a face covering while at the plant he says he did wear one for a while but not for the cameras he says he didn't want to give the press the pleasure of seeing it the LA county sheriff watchdog has ordered evidence turned over relating to photos taken by deputies of the Kobe Bryant crash site county inspector general Max huntsman says a third party needs to take a look at how the sheriff's department handled the investigation of the deputies I want to docking an inquiry into what did management conference as there are key questions that need to be answered which is did the sheriff's director destruction of evidence with a pending federal investigation did this your clothes or prevented the opening of the internal affairs investigations in order to avoid negative publicity on Smith says he's received zero response from the sheriffs of the civilian oversight commission is issued a subpoena for the materials to be turned over Chris and Carla okay a minute this is southern California Toyota dealers traffic center we make it easy it's low on the fourteen in Santa Clarita we're looking at that northbound side watch for a back up getting away from the five freeway after the five you remain on the brakes.

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"Guns from a home in the home. Be hills neighborhood a the agents found the guns yesterday carrying out a search warrant early in the morning. The LAPD says it opened an investigation after being tipped off about a man selling and manufacturing illegal firearms. An arrest has been made in Vegas in connection with a road rage shooting of a man in Northridge the shooting in March happened about eight thirty in the morning near Haskell avenue and per Thenia street, please said last month, the shooter was also wanted for another road rage incident where a gun was shown the FBI LAPD taskforce lady later spotted them wanna man and try to pull him over. But he took off and got away. He was eventually found in Las Vegas by an FBI swat team and persuaded to surrender LA county. Sheriff Alex v wave is has his department is going to revive drug team that had been criticized for disproportionately stopping Latino Jarvis on the five freeway. In mystic highway enforcement team was suspended in November. After an investigation by inspector general max Huntsman chair Vena waiver says the new team will include deputies where native Spanish speakers and will follow strict constitutional guidelines to prevent racial profiling Iran threaten to start enriching uranium in a couple of months if world powers don't negotiate new terms for a twenty fifteen nuclear deal, which President Trump pulled out of Iran's president is putting pressure on Europe to shield Tehran from sanctions imposed by President Trump last year and WalMart's raising the minimum age for people to buy tobacco products and e cigarettes buyers will have to be twenty one or older starting in July. The goal is to fight tobacco sales to minors. Issues.

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01:49 min | 2 years ago

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"Groups from L are planning to send help to the migrant caravan at the border LA councilman guilty DO says the drive is more humanitarian than political. How do we help those who are in the greatest need at these moments Central American immigrants have gathered in Tijuana to try to get into the US DO says help from this side of the border is on the way. One offer obviously, water and food and blankets. We want to offer finances. We went off for medical support. The donations are coming from about seventy five nonprofit groups at city hall. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news. The LA county inspector general says a sheriff's department drug unit violated the rights of thousands of Latino drivers along the five units. Been accused of pulling over innocent drivers in search of drugs inspector general max Huntsman told the sheriff civilian oversight committee yesterday. The US supreme court is clear cops are free to develop probable cause for another crime during routine traffic stops, but you are not free to use. A traffic stop as a pretext to hold somebody on the side of the road in a back seat detention, and then conduct an investigation the team is grabbed six hundred pounds of cocaine and a ton of Mets since two thousand twelve but Huntsman says it's hard to know if that matters because there's no data on the total amount of drugs moving along the five during the same time period. Corbin Carson KFI news. President Trump says he has answered written questions from special counsel, Robert Muller. But is not yet submitted them. He says he has been a bit busy lately. Europe, we've been working on various deals. We just finished the. US MCA look that deal which is one of the great deals you'll see Trump once again called the investigation a witch hunt and a hoax and says it never should have been done because there was no collusion with Russia to meddle in the two thousand sixteen presidential election. Traffic.

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"After hours of cross examination of the prosecution's star witness Paul, manafort's lawyer Offered this assessment Attorney. Kevin downing attacked Richard. Gates is credibility one day after he testified that his former boss. Knowingly committed crimes you knowingly and intentionally, lied defense attorney, Kevin, downing asked, yes gates answered I've provided false information to the special counsel's office prior to my plea agreement, CBS's Paula Reed the questioning resumes, tomorrow, in Alexandria Virginia more trouble for President, Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen of Wall Street Journal reports that federal prosecutors are investigating whether he committed tax fraud involving his taxi, medallion business CBS's Alison keys reports so far Cohen has not been charged. With any crime but federal investigators are looking into whether income from Cohen's taxi medallion business was under reported in. Federal tax returns they are also looking into whether any Bank employees improperly allowed him to obtain loans, without adequate documentation and also whether he lied on. His loan applications any charges could increase pressure on Colin To cooperate in the Russian meddling probe medallions are licenses to operate individual taxi cabs his, wife owned or controlled the total of fifty four medallions in New York and Chicago as of April patrol deputies with, the LA county sheriff's department or another. Step closer to being quick with body worn cameras is of inspector. General max Huntsman the LA police departments, recent release of, bodycam, video in, two high profile shootings is a great example of why the sheriff's department needs its own program, these are situations in which officers, had, to make difficult decisions and yet the, question of whether it was right or wrong is a complicated one and if you don't have video you don't know what happened, LA county lawmakers agree time is of the essence supervisor Janice Han it's. Really is about accountability and transparency in about restoring trust.

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"It's not gonna change my day one way or the other but this woman running down the aisle i just if she didn't run into my wife i would've tripped her well i would just to play devil's advocate maybe she had a connection because there was the delay the not height not at twelve thirty in the morning i don't know i'm just trying to make an excuse for a whole array coming up next we'll talk about the fire give you an update also the golden state killer victims could get some state money from for me four emotional harm we'll tell you how that'll play out when we come back during shannon will continue monica what's up the aclu is trying to change a state law that says horns are to be honked only for safety reasons or as part of a car alarm a woman from oceanside got a ticket last year for hitting her hornets support of a political protests the says that should be covered under the first amendment news brought to you by unicom are used to look guards and inmates are getting along a lot better in la county jails the sheriff's department says use of force cases have dropped about thirty percent from last year county inspector general max huntsman says a well run jail system doesn't need to use much force that is a direct result of training i do think we could use a lot more training officials reject suggestions that they're just not reporting incidents they say jails have cameras everywhere and a lot of observers a study by the nonpartisan public policy institute of california certain crimes went up in the state after voters decided to reduce penalties for drug and property crimes in two thousand fourteen prop fortyseven lowered criminal sentences for drug possession theft shoplifting and other crimes from felonies to misdemeanors which means less jail time arrested in two thousand fifteen were down and experts say police frequently ignored crimes that just brought minimal punishment an fbi agent is moving from the dance floor to the courtroom offduty agent to.

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