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Person With Sword Shot by Police at Church of Scientology in Inglewood; 2 Officers Struck by Gunfire
"A suspect is in grave condition and two police. Officers are injured after a bizarre incident at the church of Scientology in Inglewood. We're live in Los Angeles with KABC correspondent Kevin trip. Reports are that a man wearing a hoodie entered the church of Scientology in Inglewood armed with a sword and a gun. We're hearing he's to police officers hitting one in the hand and one in the arm. The suspect was reportedly shot in the head and transported to the hospital in grave condition. The investigation is ongoing so avoid the three hundred block of south market street in
Jelly Belly creator making CBD beans
"The creator of jelly belly jelly beans is launching a new line of jelly beans infused with cannabis derived CBD. Here's Mark Mayfield with details. The candy will come in thirty eight flavors and each bean will contain ten milligrams of CBD CBD is derived from cannabis, but doesn't have any of these psychoactive elements of marijuana. David Kline created jelly belly jelly beans in nineteen seventy six but sold the company in nineteen eighty he's continued to make candy since then. And now his company spectrum confections has decided to get into the marijuana edibles business clienteles cannabis aficionado. He decided to create the new treat after learning about the reported benefits of
2 Venezuelan Civilians Killed in Clash with Security Forces on Border
"News Venezuela, looks like it's about to burst into whatever is left. Whatever is left of Venezuela's about to burst into flames. According to the Washington Post to our dead after Venezuelan soldiers opened fire on opposition supporters in San Cristobal Venezuela, Venezuelan soldiers opened fire on a group of civilians attempting to keep open segments of the southern border with Brazil for deliveries of humanitarian aid causing multiple injuries. In the first fatalities of a massive opposition operation men's deliver international relief to this devastated. South American country, basically civilians were trying to work with Brazil to allow aid to arrive in the country and the military is trying to stop that aid from arriving in the country because they're afraid that the aid will come along with support for Guido who is the opponents to the socialist dictator nNcholas Maduro the violence unfolded as the United States and the governments of Nicolas Madura diffused at least one immediate source. Attention a looming deadline on Monday for all American in Venezuela. And diplomats to respectively depart Caracas in Washington the agreement but both sides more time to negotiate a longer term diplomatic presidents after a presence after the rupture of official relations last month. But the assault race concerns of further violence as the opposition sought on Saturday to the five Medeiros blockade of humanitarian aid donated by nations, including the United States and stored at neighboring countries the Mets reliever bouncing hunger and disease in the collapsing. Socialist state the move is also meant to test the military's loyalty to Missouri by encouraging the armed forces to disobey, his government's direct order to keep the aid out, which of course, is what needs to happen here. The military needs to turn on Madero and allow their own people a certain level of at least survivability in this debacle. Fridays fatalities did not come on the western border or global attention was focused amid a star-studded benefit concert for Venezuela in the Colombian city of Kuka where co organizer and British billionaire, Richard Branson, led a crowd of more than two hundred thousand revellers. Instead it happened in the desperately poor Amazonian, savannah near Brazil, the victims indigenous Venezuelans have long fought for land rights and and back the opposition. When the military fired those present said they were trying to block the military from carrying out Maderas orders to close the border with. Brazil to bark humanitarian aid carbon Atlanta, silver, forty-eight, who's in the crowd of civilians. When the soldiers began firing said, the majority of the people support the entrance of humanitarian aid we want to keep our border open. This is help not war every day. More children
Comedian Brody Stevens Dead at 48 of Apparent Suicide
"News comedian Brody Stevens was found dead today at his Los Angeles area home where he reportedly took his own life. That's according to the Hollywood reporter, the forty eight year old entertainer who memorably played a cop in the film. The hangover was found dead midday today it's being investigated as a suicide by hanging. Stevens had reportedly struggled with depression,
LA City Hall carpets to be removed amid typhus outbreak
"This really is the first of a new generation of technologies is coming that will make your the current nine one one system seem like a Ford model t if people know about is they countywide service can also help people who may be in a situation where speaking can be dangerous. What can't be sent at the moment, however are photos videos, but those options will be explored when the technology improves James Rowe Haas. KABC news all of the carpets in city hall and city hall east may need to be ripped out due to a typhus outbreak. According to council, president heard Wesson who said a city employees may have contracted the infectious disease. While at work west and also want city staff to report on the scope of vermin and pest control issues within the Civic Center
Video shows 84-year-old Alzheimer’s patient dumped by hospital outside locked care facility, daughter says
"US with most of those being either into or out of Chicago's airports. In addition to the cancellations over thirty three hundred flights across the country have been delayed a TV producer has been fired. And he may or may not have been a Rams fan a spokesperson for CBS affiliate. Katie K A says they fired a producer for violating the station's journalistic standards in a story previewing the upcoming Super Bowl a video showed Tom Brady speaking and on the Chiron underneath words known. Cheater as his title Brady was suspended for four games in two thousand seventeen for his role in the Deflategate scandal. The producer Michael telic took to Twitter saying he got fired for making a joke and established a gofundme e account to raise money to help him pay the mortgage on the new house. He had just bought. He also said he will donate the money raised to charity and Brady's name. Once he finds another job. I'm John Stolnis. Talk radio seven ninety KABC sports clippers host the Lakers tomorrow and Billy crystal will be in the announcer's box. That's seven ninety KABC sports. ABC news time five oh two.
Alyssa Milano blasted for 'MAGA hat is the new white hood' tweet
"News. Actress Elizabeth Milano is generating controversy and some outrage over a tweet she sent out that said that the red make America great again, hats are the new white hood Milano posted the tweet after video surfaced between high school students and a native American elder at. A March in Washington. DC Twitter users are urging Milano to apologize. The tweet has gone viral with more than twenty thousand
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Starbucks, Lakers And National Park discussed on The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips
"Laws more than thirty seven hundred Starbucks workers have signed a petition saying they run the risk of contracting disease. If they're poked by one of the many needles that are presently infesting. Starbucks restrooms in response the coffee chain says it's considering installing locked disposal boxes as well as using stronger trash bags Joshua tree. National park will avoid that. Temporary closure set for today. And we'll reopen areas of the park that were closed because the partial government shutdown, according to the Los Angeles Times just hours after Jeff Bezos announced his divorce from wife of twenty five years MacKenzie. Sources told people magazine he was dating former news anchor Lawrence Sanchez. The forty nine year old reporter is also divorcing her husband of thirteen years. Patrick white cell. One of Hollywood's most powerful agents AM seven ninety KABC news sports. The Rams will host that playoff game on Saturday. As the Dallas Cowboys come to town, the divisional playoff matchup will decide who advances to the NFC championship game Lakers cruise past the pistons yesterday Kyle Kuzma scored a career high forty one points. The Lakers have won their past two games following a three game slide, they'll visit the
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"jillian barberie" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Drive home with Jillian barberie and John Phillips. It's three zero five eight the Baraga casino resort and spa studios. John Phillips and Steve Edwards in for Jillian. I call jillions before we came in. And she didn't answer. Fourteen more tries, and then she one out of seventy one out of seven. Okay. So about twelve nine, but she's texting. She's doing well, very prolific on Twitter, very prolific. She is the mother of Twitter, rain or shine healthy or sick, recovering or on vacation. War or peace. She is on the social she was very early adapter to social media. She had a couple of hundred thousand Twitter followers, before she could even pronounce what it was. I was one of said to them on the air. You know, there's this thing coming along. It's called Twitter. Sure, steve. No, I swear it's called Twitter. And the what you do is you you send messages, but you tweet. Tweet tweet. And then for the first year everybody would say. I was twittering last night. Remember when people went through that face. I was twittering to so-and-so. And then suddenly like so many other things in the age of social media before you knew it, it becomes part of your skin. And suddenly, it's like it's never not been there and Twitter originally was like Rancho Cucamonga every would would snicker whenever they would hear the name 'cause you were twittering Rancho Cucamonga, do you remember that old wives tale, or I guess it would be just an internet rumor that congress was at one point in time considering taxing emails because the US postal service was going bankrupt and losing money, and they thought that if they taxed emails that. Maybe it would drive people back to the pony express, Johnny. I know, and we know and everybody knows where you're going with this is that sell well, the state of California, they're thinking about taxing text messages. It's outrageous. Drew, and Laura we're all over this thing. And I was annoyed because I was driving in thinking we're going to go to town with this. And I realized we still go to town with it, it it almost makes no sense. Jim Roope gave an explanation as to why. And what was the explanation of curiosity explanation is there's always been a kind of a tax to help poor people, get landlines phones, etc. But a lot of that came from regular phone calls because of texting the regular phone calls are way down in terms of of people using it the you don't call people. Now, you text them. So the income that would come from the, surcharges, etc. From phone calls, isn't there as much as it used to be because people? That's okay. Let's go back to the tax that you pay on your phone. The tax that you pay on your phone was a user fee or a temporary tax the same way that you would pay a fee when you cross a bridge. And theoretically when the bridge is paid off the fees go away and everyone can use the bridge. It will. The phone tax. The original phone tax was meant to pay for the Spanish American war. And when the war was paid off that tax was supposed to go away. So they put it on is this temporary sort of thing because John. You know that I am not a rock ribbed ideologue in any particular direction. That's right. But I will sound like the most conservative of conservative when I say to you know, tax goes away. Look at your your inner art Laffer is coming out, Mike. My my my Laffer curve is laughing at this whole thing. Taxes? Don't go away. Bureaucracies don't go away. One of the things you always talk about is that if the government forms, a new department, the department will always be there, whether you need them or not it was ad-hoc because there was a situation they created a department for it. And then fifty years later, you wonder why is it still? They're not department ever works to get itself out of business. They tax us when we make money they tax us. Would we spend money? They tax us. If you own a home, they tax you if you buy gasoline, they tax your your groceries, they tax your airplane tickets. They tax everything under the sun. And now they're gonna also tax your Richard pictures that you text out too. Well, as I say, I I don't I don't have a big ideological bent either way. I don't mind taxes, but I have two things. One is. I want to know that it goes to a friendly government. That's number one. And the second one is undermined taxing. If it does something useful. And it's accounted for that becomes problematic. Wait a bit. You don't mind if it goes to a friendly government? So that means as long as it's not going to Saudi Arabia. You're okay. I was actually quoting an old dick, Gregory jokin. You didn't get it. And you looking at somebody else. So let's just move on to you. All right. We're going to get into this later on. Let me just give you this. Go ahead. I'm just going to give you this. This is these are the taxes you already pay for with your phone. Okay. The Kellyanne on me. California's telecommunications fund surcharge, the California nine one one fee, the California highway wait is that nine one one. What you call? There's a fire or we're talking about the al-qaeda take down the towers. This is nine one one is supposed to nine eleven. That's what we were very careful how we say each one. Okay. The California high court fund, the California advanced service fund and the life line, surcharge. We're already paying as you look at me. You know, local government lifeline that's a fallen. And I can't get out. And no say final answer. Let's go to your lifeline. You know, California politics better than anybody that I know, and I'm reading these things to you and you've never heard of them, but you've been paying them. Well, that's the way it works. And most people don't know where they're. Most people think for example, when you fill up your car with gas that the gas tax that you pay actually goes to the roads the roads, which it doesn't it goes to the California. Jen. Right, right, and people just make certain assumptions about things and you're frequently wrong. There's a fancy word word of the day ready. Yeah. Fungibility that's not Italian curse word. Is it a soup? You with the fungibility fungible is a word that you can use in government when you're moving money around all the time, and people don't know it. So it's fungible, and you can take the money that was supposed to go to the schools where you put it to the road. You take the money from the roads. And you put it to the trips to Europe, whatever that's fungibility. And that's what we have in the general fund. You rob Peter to pay Paul and then use that money to pay for sex change operations in prison Priscilla. Yeah. Okay. Who was formerly Peter. I know we're going to get into this topic later. We are we're going to talk to a reporter from northern California. Who's all over this now two weeks ago before I went on vacation, we talked about the chairman of the Democratic Party, Eric Baumann? Yes. Who resigned from his position because he was accused of of using salty language and asking inappropriate questions. And I think if the end your hands on some Hansie stuff going on. Well, there was a purge at the Democratic Party by the vice chair who's now the act. Chair. They got rid of a bunch of top officials. This is less than a month after Eric Baumann resigned. And some of these people were apparently involved in the effort to get rid of Bowman. Oh, I didn't know that. Yeah. They were working with some of the accusers, and they were working with the HR department at the C D C. I read this as cleaning house of the Malvern people. It's not that. I don't think. So I think it's the other way around. I think that these were some of the people that stuck the knife in him and his ally. Who's now chair the party ad says, she's not going to run for a full term. She's there Intel may, and that's all she wants to serve. She got rid of him. She's going to clean the swamp. I don't know if somebody else uses that phrase. I don't know if you clean the swamp, you can drain it. But I I tend to notice. In my life is just moved the swamp around different swamp creatures takeover swamp things. Mosman and the like, so that's what's going on over there. So we'll see what happens, but some of them are lowering up, and they say they're going to do that. They were wrongfully terminated terminated. And they're being punished for what they did how many people pay attention to California politics in the state of California. I hope so you would me. That's only because I'm here to that's that's only when we're not on vacation. No, I find because I've lived in a few places in my life of most of my life. But for instance, in the brief period of time or live in Chicago. Everybody could name every city councilman every alderman sport there, though, there are all famous the mayor mayor was in your life every day. You know, you're always something's going on with the mayor in Chicago all the time. LA? If you go out on the street and ask people the name three city council members, they couldn't do it. And if they did two of them would be dead. The city council. Yeah. Ferraro would be one of them. Okay. All right. Got you. They'd go way back. We've got some news on the caravan two groups of migrants from Central America marched into the American consulate in Tijuana Mexico yesterday with a list of demands from the Trump administration. The first group asked the president either let them into the country are paid them. Each fifty thousand dollars to go home didn't read the whole thing the money for that would come from the tex-, Texas. Thoughts derby, Daniel out and stormy as well court ordered. Yes. Supposedly, they represented one hundred people said give us, and we'll go home at what point did they think that this was a good idea? Will do we have no citizenship? No voting power no seat at the table. Why don't we go in and demand stuff? Yeah. You know? I look at most things askance. I have a feeling that a couple of people said, let's do this. And they said to one hundred people come with us. I don't think one hundred people who saying give give me fifty thousand dollars. But it makes a great story. Well, someone had to come up with the idea that someone had to give them affirmation. And then they went in there and did it to represent one hundred people. It's been some time since the made the claim I think it's now down to twenty five fifty twenty five dollars. It's a bargaining thing. Negotiation in Tijuana. You keep corrected me on the pronunciation of that city. I'm gonna go back to the donkey show. The worst part is you just gave me a nice hot Cup of tea. And if I wanna. Face. I can tell. What do you think Trump is is thinking about this offer from the migrants? Love it. Are you kidding? I think that. This is just red meat. It's. If you were Machiavelli you were running this country looking at these migrants down there trying to get in. What would you do that pay him off to know? I'd have them Machiavelli. Yeah. I'd have them. I pay them to say, we want fifty thousand bucks. Well, let's assume that you don't control them. Okay. What would you do if you're Maquiavelian because I've been thinking about this, and I have an idea. Well, my my position would be heck we expedite this in the best possible way. I would ramp up a little bit. How many people are being interviewed a J? No, no, no, no. I'm not talking about the Steve Edwards response. I'm talking about Nacchio valley. If you were just looking at the politically expedient thing that would put you in a strong position, Machiavelli valley Stevie Machiavelli. That's right. I would look at my polls very very closely. And I'd see if I can get past like the forty three percent who absolutely oppose the caravan. I would get water hoses and sprayed on all of them until they ran away and went home, you'd be very aggressive down there physically at the border Machiavelli would cause this kind of crisis. I wouldn't do it directly. I would pay people in Mexico Mexican citizens to do this. Although I'd be behind it. I'll tell you what it's a disgusting thing to do. Right. We're we're we're talking about hypothetical. What happened Maquiavelian learning radio people? Tune in all the time. Hear what you told me to do the only hear what I say. All right. Here's what I would do if I was Machiavelli what I would go down to Central America. And I would install a bunch of fascist dictators. Who would keep them in line? Oh, you're really being Machiavelli. And that's that was that was what we called former American Central American policy. We used to do that all Republic philosophy. And these guys could essentially do our dirty work of making sure that these caravans never made their way north, Jon, you, don't you think always people will want to come to America. I mean, if you lived in Honduras, and the political situation was terrible. And the gangs are terrible. And you can't make a living and you live in a certain degree of fear. But more than that, you live without a sense of hope I find that people can live on very very little if there's a sense of hope that things will get better can get better. If you don't have that sense of hope would you want to come here? What did you do almost anything to try to get here? Well, I understand why they wanna come here..
California man discovers his beer belly was actually a 77-pound tumor
"That's the third sister. Over the summer. Hernandez finally said goodbye to his beer belly. Thanks to university of southern California who surgically remove the tumor and whatever's friends say the ones who picked on him for a beer belly. I don't know. What did they tell them? I thought you were you were you had some great insight as to what the what the friends were telling him after he lost the gut now. I have no inside by the way, if he's three hundred pounds. Yeah. Okay. Let me do the math here. Okay. So he was three hundred pounds seventy three pound tumor seventy seven pounds seven. Okay. He was still fat. How what was he what was his BMI come on a minute? You have the story in front of you. I only have the blitz. You think I'm going to help you with this unless he's like six seven he was still fat. Okay. Here. It is. Six six five and a half. I'm making this up as I can't find it either. So look this up Louis, I'm curious because unless he played for the Lakers, you know, I have I know where you're going with that. I have all the papers Lewis who is a great producer gratuitously. He really is a great
Amazon says customer names, emails exposed in error
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Migrants at America's doorstep in Tijuana face long stay
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Monica Lewinsky: Bill Clinton and I never hooked up in the Oval Office
"That's true. Monica Lewinsky says hanky-panky within President Bill Clinton never took place in the Oval Office in another clip from the Clinton affair docu series. The former intern who has reinvented herself as me to advocate, an anti bullying activist talks about her hookups with the married commander in chief which led to his one thousand nine hundred ninety eight impeachment will they routinely met in the White House sexual relations took place outside the iconic office of the president. But nearby quote, no monkey business happened in the Oval Office proper. She said she's forty five years old, by the way, we would talk and maybe flirt here there, but no sexual activity. Happened in the Oval Office. So if you're wondering where it happened he had a private personal office. That's off to the side that consists only of a back steady a dining room a little pantry in a bathroom. That's where every intimate encounter
"jillian barberie" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Home with Jillian barberie and John Phillips. It's three or four in the Morongo casino resort and spa studios. John phillips. She am Alexis Garcia in for Gillian. How are you? I'm good. How are you? Arm. I just walked walks. I walked about twenty blocks on the set of Snoopy on ice. And I get to the to the CBS broadcast center here, and I come walking it. I can't fill my extremities, and they pushed me towards a studio, and I opened the door. And Dr drew sitting here any turns up, and he looks at me, and let me tell you this Ted Williams looks thought out compared to how I right now. I had icicles in my hair. I had snow all over my coat. I had snow all over my shirt. I had snow all over my pants in my shoes. I looked like a snowman. And he said to me when you come here in the snow. You gotta go out. And you got to buy a holiday you gotta buy a hat. You gotta buy it umbrella. You gotta get something like that to shield you from the snow, but of course, from California show, I didn't think to do that. So I'm walking down here. And I stop at this hat store that somewhere outside of miss Saigon emerald that we catch a picture of me. And that's the picture. They used to be on the news. If I ever went missing. So I walked all the way down here without any hat without any coat. Why the code but without any umbrella, nothing and. Uber your gas. You couldn't catch a cab. You couldn't catch a lift the only thing you can catch pneumonia. Do you worry about shrinkage and this kind of weather? Well, I'll tell you this. I can't feel anything. I can't feel below my neck. So I don't know what's going on. Anyway. Well, she seems nice and warm. Yeah. I'm here at the CBS broadcast center. And I went into the bathroom after drew told me how much snow was still on me. And I just parked myself under the hand dryer the blow dryer, and I stood there for a little bit cell. Anyway, I'm feeling a little bit better now. But my God, I'm not used to this type of snow. I know we have a screwed up state. I know we have a screwed up city. I know traffic is awful taxes are awful regulations. Awful the homeless people. I get it the cried. But one thing we don't have is snow so I can live with a lot of that. That's all worth it in my opinion. I remember the first time I lived in New York, and we got the I know I looked up at the sky and was like what is this? What is this magical thing volume from the sky, and it was snowing? I did not like it this snow business. I'm telling you it's for the birds when I was coming down here. I had to take a little break I had to stop under the famous, raise beauty school and tax preparation service. And I stood there for a couple of minutes. And then kept on my way. Remember there was like a cell phones and body oil store. Madison square. It was it was pretty great. Yeah. I may have to take a break. They're on the way back, but my God. All right. We've got more information on the fires. What do you say? We turn to James Rojas KABC news center. James good evening. Hey, good afternoon. John Alexis, not sure you've heard the news. But President Donald Trump is coming to California. The White House announced that he will be visiting northern California this Saturday, we're we're not sure yet if he has plans to fly down here to Ventura in LA county is to speak to the victims of the Woolsey fire. But you know, as soon as we find out the rest of his plans will be sure to pass it along. But yeah, we are expecting him to survey the damage left in the town of paradise where fifty six people that are now stay to be a dad have died from the fire. So we are. Yeah. So while you know, we have the president coming this weekend. We had governor Brown here in in LA county in Camarillo actually, surveying the damage left behind by this fire. And he says, you know, California from what he's seen already that. There's no doubt that we have to enact plan. To combat these increasingly dangerous wildfires that we've been seeing, you know, a really exploded over the past recent years. So what's the total death count? You said fifty six for the northern California fire. What about the Wolsey fire down? Here. We have it appears to be three the first two bodies that were discovered in Malibu on Mojo in highway those are still being investigated. But it is it is suspected that. They did die in the fire. So this this third body that was recently found that that brings the total to three down here in southern California. Actually this morning that almost became four. We had a firefighter who was helping down here. He's from Washington state's. He was actually hit by a car around twelve thirty minutes morning. Yeah. He was actually hit by civilian who lives nearby who's who's really repopulating the area. People are coming back. And so today during this. Morning's briefing, we fire officials telling the firefighters off their down. You know, when you when you're out there, still, you know, taking care of, you know, the take care of hot spots and everything else. They also need to be aware of distracted drivers because as people are coming into these areas they're going to be watching these scorched hillsides they're going to be looking at the the rest of the game. Ensure there is are anywhere but the road because look at all the devastation around you, exactly. So that firefighter his injuries are described in moderate to major, and but he is expected to survive. So that is the that is the silver lining here. What's going on with the evacuations? Is there anyone still evacuated and not allowed back in their home for the most part most evacuations haven't been lifted we know that the Carlisle canyon road that's still closed. We're still seeing areas on the south coast just south of PCH to to the county venturo line. That's still. Under mandatory evacuation. But I wouldn't be surprised if later this evening, we get some updates of more areas being repopulated or the last areas really being repopulated very possible that the recipe C H could open up a possibly by tomorrow. Just seeing by how much progress is being made. We know the fire is now fifty fifty seven percent contained. So you know, progress is being made wins are down. So that's the good news, the less concern of these flare ups, but you know, the finish line is almost there. But you know, for a lot of people that had been affected. They still have much more work ahead of them when it comes to insurance claims as well as next week. We have in the forecast rain when we all know that you know after a massive wildfires. When rain comes sodium, mudslides, what about the theory that Southern California Edison, PG were responsible for these two fires. Any more information on that front? You know what? Those officials looking into that utilities commission. They are still investigating it right now. You know, we do know that Edison did release a report indicating that some of their equipment may be responsible for the Woolsey fire. We know that the point of ignition when this started is not too far away from from where Edison got that malfunction alert and right now. You know, I it it you can put two to two together. It appears that this was the cause. But of course, you know, investigators are going to be taking their time to make sure that they have the definitive reason. Here's what I'd like to know. What was in their report after this happened the last time because when there's a mistake that's made and human life is lost and property is damaged and or destroyed and countless animals lost their lives. You know that they went back, and they looked and they saw okay? This faulty equipment. Maybe we should replace this. Maybe we should go out there and put something new there. So this doesn't happen in the future. Especially when you have all these lawsuits coming out against them. Right. I would love to know if they followed their own advice after the last one. And if they didn't what are going to be the consequences. Yeah. That would be interesting to see, you know, along with you know, what can be a power companies due to reduce the risk of faulty equipment or malfunctioning equipment to spark a fire. You know, we will be the that idea. Tossed about of having power lines be constructed underneath the ground. And so you don't run that risk of power pole toppling over catching fire or leading to the rest of the stuff. That was one of the things that governor Brown mentioned this morning when he was talking about, you know, some of the things that we're going to have to do to to to survive in this new era of wildfires. A hint clue talking about better managing the forest as well as building cities in a smarter way, you know, areas that were that we have not really considered high risk of fire. You know, the climate is changing we are now seeing these areas becoming more susceptible to wildfires. And so he says this isn't something that's going to be fixed with tens of millions of dollars. But. Rather tens of billions of dollars to retrofit. I know for lack of a better word, I would be all in favor of taking the money from the bullet train and putting that she just reorganizing our infrastructure and burying all the power lines underground, I could get behind there, still ugly. In addition to being a nuisance. Yeah. And and so right now, we have you know, there are so many ideas and plans being talked about we also had this morning. We had the US interior secretary. Ryan Zinke, along with governor Brown talking about the continued effort to the federal government and relief that the federal government is going to be providing and they're talking about that one on one partnership of of trying to find ways to help California. You know, move on from the move on in the future. Governor Brown doesn't say this is the new normal. This is the new abnormally for California, and we really going to have to again, lack for a better word retrofit, California to meet these new dangers. Well, they haven't put any significant infrastructure in the state since his dad was governor back in the nineteen fifties and the nineteen sixties, and I would caution the state legislature to tread very carefully with PG any and seven California, Edison. Because the last time that Sacramento got lit up like a Christmas. The tree was during the recall election of Gray Davis. And that's right. Tried to deregulate all the utilities, right? Yes. There is a very close relationship between those two companies and the state legislature, and they came up with this bipartisan legislation that deregulated the energy industry, and that turned into a complete and total disaster and politicians for the first time it because these guys have safe seats, and it's difficult to beating incumbent a lot of them lost Gray Davis lost. That's what brought Arnold Schwarzenegger to the legislature. However, we have term limits in the state of California. So very few of them that were around back then are still around today. So they don't have that kind of institutional knowledge that Southern California Edison and PG, and he can hang out to dry on occasion. So they should be. They should be looking at this very closely and looking back at history in Sacramento. Yeah. Fingers crossed for that. You know? But before I before, I leave you guys I just want to mention and get this out there that a group of all in tears have established a new website aimed at assisting those who have been affected by the Woolsey.
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Malibu burning: Kardashians, del Toro among celebrities fleeing
"Destroyed an unnumbered unknown number of homes in Thousand Oaks Calabasas oak park and the Malibu hills. Here's correspondent Kyung law Malibu is burning. The entire city has been told to get out in fact about one hundred and five thousand residents from Malibu day. Camarillo springs have been ordered to evacuate several celebrities among those being forced out of their homes, Streisand and Caitlyn Jenner have had to evacuate the director, Guillermo del Toro tweeted, the he evacuated last night. So a lot of people are looking at these guys wondering if their house is going to survive this. Now, the fire has destroyed at least thirty structures, so far that's the Wolsey fire. No structures, reportedly destroyed by the sixty one hundred acre hill fire near Camarillo springs in Newbury park, we have learned that the Wolsey fire has burned the paramount ranch. Western town where hundreds of movies and TV shows were shot over the years, including HBO's current hit. Westworld, the national fire national weather service has just extended our red flag warning through Tuesday afternoon due to the fire danger posed by gusty
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"Hundred ninety KABC Jillian barberie John Phillips here until six o'clock in the evening. Suzanne Somers joins us the five o'clock hour. Make sure you stick around for that we need to talk to Suzanne. She knows a little something about health and cancer and all of that stuff. So I I really would love to to talk to her about this stuff. Absolutely. Now at city hall. We are told there is a self-proclamation necessarily enough. You can call it legislation. But there's a proclamation that they're working on down there. LA city council member. Bob Bloomfield is joining us to fill us in on. Just exactly what's going on at city hall councilman Bloomfield, thanks so much for joining us. Well, thanks for having me. Just a a word to to take a moment. Jillian just wish you good luck. And. Avery and being so open about all this. And I I noticed, but I just I really wanted to. To reach out to you. That's so nice of you. And thank you. And I I was saying earlier to Stephen Dorothy when they were in here as well with John, and I you know, my my life sort of put out there. And so this was no different for me. It was very when I got the diagnosis last. I guess it was a week ago tomorrow. Yeah. It was last Thursday. I immediately went on Twitter. It was like my body. Just went. Okay. Well, here's the diagnosis because I tweeted a week before I just had a biopsy and wish me luck kind of thing. And so when I found out it was cancer. I said, well, you know, I'm taking everybody on this journey, and it really is cathartic for me. And I've been hearing from a lot of women and men whose wives went through it. And I know men can get it as well. But it really is nice to hear from people saying, okay. Well, you scared me, and I'm gonna go get a mammogram or my wife went through this and she's survived now seven years. And so I'm like, oh, this makes me it makes me happy that I can talk about it. I've moments where I get dark. I get I cry. But then there most of the time, I'm fine. I'm like, you know, what I've got this. It's going to we're good. We're it's going to be fine. So thank you for saying. That's very sweet of you, very nice of you. I don't think there's anybody who hasn't been touched by this in some way. Coetzer? My mom went through exactly what you're going through and and survivor of breast cancer and to me. For almost ten years. It's all and it's it's a tough. It's gonna be tough. Yeah. In the short run. There's no question about it. And and you're brave face. But the good news is that in so many cases, go through this. And then it's gone. And then you're that's it. Your beat it. And that's it. We weren't that's one for you. And we go. Thank you. I wanna be like, your mom, and like your grandmother John was saying day that his grandmother had this forty years ago. And so I go oh my gosh. I I am in such great company and someone said to me that went through this recently, they go. Well, it's going to it's going to suck for about a year. And I was like oh come again like a year. Like, what am I gonna well you're going to get the chemo? Okay. Well, I'll face that. When I do, and I spoke, my friend who did this. She's a television personality, and she did this thing called a cold cap. She didn't lose her hair. Julia Louis Dreyfuss told her about it from Seinfeld, ironically. And she said, I did it, and I didn't lose my hair. So all those sort of things that we think you just gotta tackle it. And I have to I've got two kids, and I'm I'm going to be here for them. And so there's sort of no alternative for me. Other than to just say, look, I'm an amazing company and women have done this way before me, and they'll do it after me. And and so when I cry get emotional, I think oh shut up. Stop at your women. Do this every single day women? There are women right now on the operating table that are going to go through what that are going through what I'm going to go through on Friday. And so I want to just say thank you for all of that support. It just means a lot. It's what gets me through. When I read the tweets. I mean, how sad my tweets. Get me through the day. Here from other women that are going through it. And it makes me it makes me it comforts me. If you will Bob, you know. In in the fact that you're being so public about it. I know comforts. Do something necessary quarterback is householder to to recognize you and. Basically awareness about this who and creator, Jillian barberie awareness. Cobras? Because we. Oh my God. It's another way. Help spread the love. And and or where. Oh, my. Thanks for making me cry. Oh my God. I'm overwhelmed. I'm I'm I'm I'm speechless. I don't even know what to say see what happens when he registered to vote. Oh my gosh. Bother. I'm speechless night. I'm crying and thank you so much. It's really nice. Thank you. Well, it makes me if I can be face or voice. When I was at the clinic the other day, they said thank you for being so open about it. And I said, I don't know how else to be. And they said, no, no, no, it really, this isn't something a lot of women talk about it. They don't want to. So it means a lot. And thank you. Oh, you near bringing me toilet paper. How sweet. That is really. So what does this mean? I mean from the parade. Do I get an street named how how do we do this? Now, let's get to the facts. That's incredible. Pink with a ribbon on what are we talking about? Of what you make. He recommended the council would slip vote to approve. Oh, yeah. Okay. Let's calm down, Jillian. We gotta get through vote. How long do you think? This holiday will stand before they replace it with indigenous peoples day. Nicole? You're actually going to be a holiday. Nobody's going to get off our okay or or anything like that. We've already contacted the union. All right LA city councilman Bob. I love it. Thank you. You made me cry. You made my day. And listen, we still have hoops to go through. There may be a lot of people council members that just go, you know. You know, some as and a lot of nays. So we'll hang tight. And. Well, bob. You are the best. I really truly. Thank you for this wonderful information, you made my day, and I thank you kindly, and let me know the results of succeeding, I'm gonna I wanna raise for everybody in the city want. Everybody have the day off. Oh, this is going to be great. No traffic day..
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Alcohol changes how memories are formed on a molecular level
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"jillian barberie" Discussed on 790 KABC
"The drive home with Jillian barberie and John Phillips. Hey, it's five oh five in the Morongo casino resort and spa studios. John Phillips, and Leo terell infra Jillian John there. If you wanna see Kansas the fortieth anniversary of point of no return tour at the orpheum on April the sixth. Give us a call right now at eight hundred to two KABC one eight hundred two two two five two two two lucky. Caller, number seven wins the tickets. Good luck. Dialing. All right. So I told you before the break I was trying to find out what happened the pizza, man. And I'm having trouble locating that article. So I'm gonna keep working on it Lewis is working on it. Lewis is our crack allegedly allegedly our crack team always doing the research right now. So we'll try to have that information. I want to bring it bring the details to you accurately. All right. So California has had three strikes on the books since the nineteen nineties and now according to one judge California's gonna reconsider life sentences for up to four thousand third strike criminals by allowing them to seek parole under a ballot measure that was approved by voters two years ago. That's according to court documents obtained by the Associated Press the state will craft new regulations by January to include the repeat offenders in early. Release provisions governor Jerry Brown all show will not appeal court ruling that the state is illegally excluding the non violent career criminals from parole under the two thousand sixteen ballot measure champion to reduce the prison population. Encourage rehabilitation, and so the question I have is this if you've got someone Leo who has been convicted of let's say attempted murder. Right. And then they serve their time. They get out. They get convicted of attempted murder again. Second strike, okay. And then they get out, and then they get convicted of some sort of drug related crime. That's a nonviolent offense. And that's the third strike and in should that person be considered a violent or a non violent offender considering the one that they're in for now is non violent, but they've been convicted of two violent offenses prior to that. I consider them violent and good call. But I would say to you, John if the third strike have no relationship to the conduct of the two previous strikes. I would ask you on my knees. Say that Senator no relationship between those two because in essence, you're you're giving him at third strike based on the two previous strikes. I'm saying let the third strike stand by itself, a less. There's a relationship of conduct similar conduct the previous. Well, if you haven't learned your lesson. If you've tried to kill two people before being successfully with one of them, and then you're out, and you're still committing acts of crime, you're still out there, not not acting like a law abiding citizen. I think that you're a career criminal, and you gotta be removed from the rest of us. I mean that was the intent behind three strikes. You don't get with the program. You gotta go, right? And what we're saying is career criminal is three three three x three violent acts. Here you got to violent act, and you have a nonviolent third act were there's no injuries. No one got hurt. And that's why I'm saying please on my knees again. A separate that third non violent act from the first to which I agree are are horrific. But wouldn't that be disingenuous to refer to that person is non violent offender because they've committed acts of violence, and they've been tried and convicted of that before and yeah, okay? The most recent one that you blew the whistle on wasn't a violent offense. But they're still a violent offender. They've been convicted twice of doing something like that. I would look at it this way John for your consideration. Again, still on my niece is that I would say to you you have to look at the crime in front of you today. The first the first offense occurred ten years ago, he's not being tried for that ten year ago act or the one five years ago, he's being tried. He's being sentenced for what he did today. I'm not saying you ignore what he's done. But the the only argument that I would have which is my most compelling argument there is zero relationship between the third act and the previous two. That's my best argument for your consideration. All right. Well, let's bring it security expert retired NYPD officer Bill Stanton to weigh in on all of this Bill. Thanks so much for stopping by. Well, all I keep hearing is talk of prison and someone on their needs. I'm.
"jillian barberie" Discussed on 790 KABC
"On propsects gas tax repeal rally and ASA Dina. It's the drive home with Jillian barberie and John Phillips. It's four o'clock in the west in the Morongo casino resort and spa studios. Jillian barberie John Phillips here until six o'clock in the evening. All right. We are here. It says we're hitting the road. I think we hit the road. We're actually here live in the parking lot. I know I see a road right there. I drove in on today. That's right. It's the yes. On propsects gas tax repeal rush hour rally right here in Pasadena at Robins wood-fire barbecue. And let me tell you can smell that barbecue right here on north Rosemead boulevard, impasse Dina and earlier. Like, oh is it the seventies? It's eighty three degrees in Pasadena. I said eighty I win. I don't know what I win. You do a year's supply of turtle wax. But it is so gorgeous out here. And we got a lot of people coming out. You can hear the honking in the background the bullhorns people are saying yes on sick used to have a Bullhorn was Peter Tilden. Oh, did he really? Oh my gosh. I love it. We need to get one of those. We do don't we? We could borrow hers. Yeah. The United States has asked Herkie for any audio or video recordings of the alleged murder of Washington Post journalist, Jamal kashogi. That's according to President Trump. Yes, we've asked for it. If it exists Trump told reporters at the White House, adding that such evidence probably does exist around the time. He spoke the New York Times reported the Turkey has an audio recording of kashogi last minutes, the consulate that indicated his killing the paper attributed its report to senior Turkish officials or we just read you all the details of that. That's right. And this was courting to the it's called the M E Middle Eastern. I e and they're reporting all of these events, and they're like right down to the details that they chopped his fingers off before they beheaded him that. He was a completely alert and aware of what was going on while they did it. And that the guy who did it to the head coroner. For in Saudi Arabia, basically said I like to listen to music while this happened mean every they're all reporting the same details, unless oh it's horrible unless it's all farcical. I believe it's real. Lest you think. Oh, yeah. Well, it could be what Dr jinx could be. But I don't think so I don't think so either now so this is going to be loose. It's weird too. When you're dealing with frenemies because sometimes frenemies give you information that you want or need and sometimes they withhold it. I mean, look at Pakistan, for example, Pakistan is a country I would refer to his frenemy because we're technically on paper allied up with them, but Osama bin Laden, for example was living there for years and years of years. Clearly somebody over there knew about it never told us we had to find out about it on her own. I always I found it so strange because it was Saudi Arabia. Most of the hijackers that did the damage on nine eleven were from Saudi Arabia. We put sanctions on every other country. We base. Ban them from coming in. We did all these. But we didn't with Saudi Arabia because America's always done business with these guys. And you know, I'm not just talking about Trump Trump has personal business with them. He's sold them a lot of his hotel floors on his hotels, but before that our governments on both sides, Democrats and Republicans have have been in bed with them. So, you know, this is a very precarious situation. What do you do? Well, Saudi Arabia is the inverse of a lot of countries that we deal with if you deal with North Korea. We have no problem with the people. It's the government can't stand erect. The people were essentially prisoners. Yes. They are. It's Saudi Arabia. It's the exact opposite. The people are crazy because there's a lot of religious fundamentalism Senator people some of them are just want people want to live their lives and have their kids and not be under. This extreme rule will the opposition to the government. They want dry brotherhood the women wanna drive, and by the way, this prince that is people are throwing around the idea that he sanctioned this killing and wanted this killing he was loaded just a couple of years ago for allowing women to drive for lessening certain crimes against humanity..
"jillian barberie" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Abby, you're on KABC, Jillian barberie and John Phillips, Abby. Hi, guys. How are you doing on? This Monday, Abby. I'm doing well. Thank you. I love the name abbey, by the way. I think it's such a great name. Is it Abigail? Is it short for Abigail? It is. Oh, I love ABBIE dance moms. Oh is that where she that's right? She miller. All right. I don't think that's the way it was. Out of prison now. Oh, that's right. She was in prison probably lost weight, though. That's the one thing about prison because you got you know, the three squares and they're never great. So you don't over eat. She lost the way. But it wasn't the prison. It was the cancer. All I didn't know she'd come to right. All right, Abby. Go ahead. Hi. So I just got out of work. I only heard the last little bit of what you guys are talking about about that guy in Curacao who sound the plate. Yeah. I'm I'm not really sure what the rule is for ship. That's centuries old. But if you guys are familiar with the little mermaid the ills Ursula yields in that name, spots them and get them. I am those are actually sailing terms therefore items that go off of a ship in two different ways. Flotsam is like if the ship is going down if something floats off of the ship like flotsam that technically still belongs to the owner. Retrieved it has to go back to the owner. Yeah. If some if it's like jettison off like we need to lose. You know, we need to make the ship as light as possible 'cause we're going down or something that's thrown off on purpose. And it's free for anyone to grab. Well, what are you know? That's crazy. I never heard of any of this before. Well, thanks for educating us on that. And we've got some tickets for you, you don't. Yes. I don't know if you know, Chris Delia, great comedian. He's funny. It's really funny to have that show with Whitney Whitney Cummings. He's a will turn November twenty third and they've just added another show. So we're going to give you a pair of tickets to see Kristie alia. Thank you course. That's November twenty third congrats to you. And thank you for educating us. I had no idea. I just thought they were the front of the little mermaid that's so that's so good. That's good to learn. All right. When we return rich to bureau is gonna stop by to tell us. What was wrong with Facebook start right now. It's time for headlines. ABC news live and local five thirty one. I'm Jeff whittle. And it's all over in Atlanta, where the dodgers justified the brave six to two so LA wins the National League divisional series three games to one boys and blue now advance of the National League championship series for the third straight year or they'll face the brewers starting Friday in Milwaukee police pursuit that started in Redondo beach us afternoon has ended in a crash on the four zero five and Torrance's NBC four is Eliana Merano reports from overhead he Redondo beach. Police department was in pursue of three petty theft suspects with that pursue came to an end here when the suspect vehicle crashed into at least two other cars it's unclear at this point whether there are any injuries. But what is very clear is a backup here on the southbound four zero five freeway stretching for several miles a crash around Crenshaw boulevard, and there was a ceremonial swearing-in of supreme court judge. Justice Brett Cavanaugh today at the White House two days after his official swearing in which took place right after he was narrowly confirmed by the US Senate, President Trump says Cavanaugh was treated unfairly by Democrats during the confirmation process. Those who stepped forward to serve our country deserve a fair and dignified evaluation, not a campaign of political and personal destruction based on lies and deception talk radio seven hundred ninety KABC sports as you heard dodgers defeated the Braves sixty two in Atlanta, just minutes ago clinches their divisional series three games to one blue now. Visit the brewers game one of the NFL CS on Friday, Houston, clobbered Cleveland, eleven three to sweep their American League divisional series and New York is hosting Boston tonight in.
"jillian barberie" Discussed on 790 KABC
"It's the drive home with Jillian barberie and John Phillips. It is Jillian and John from the Morongo casino resort and spa studio. But I'm Larry O'Connor sitting in for Jillian and John today. And it could you keep the slot machines quiet over there. I love the Morongo casino resort and spa studios is a little noisy with everyone winning all that money. Why did I get to jackpot? Really die of a gambling problem, actually. So it's really distracting for me. But that's all right. I will endure looking forward to having a good three hour sit down with you here as you get home in this crazy LA traffic. I by the way, if you don't know me, I am a southern California guy grew up in Orange County. Colonel mar California. That's right. See those of us who grew up in California. We make it as point to say Coruna, Joe Marquel instead of Newport Beach, because you know, Newport Beach wasn't Tony enough for us. Does does Newport Beach guys. They're like, oh, yeah. Anyone can be from Newport Beach, Mitzi, corona del mar which actually don't tell anyone is Newport Beach, but it's just a little more expensive. So. Corona del mar Colonel Maher highschool, go see kings and spend plenty of time in southern California. Over the day. I grew up listening to seven ninety KABC just as you did. As does your children are growing up listening to seven ninety KABC big part of my life. So it's always a thrill to be on this station in this town for many years. I was the general manager of the Shubert theater in Los Angeles. Right over there in century city at CA now. It's it's not as nice Bill. Have you? Remember what it was the entertainment center, and we had the movie theater the Cineplex Odeon there at twenty forty avenue the stairs. And that was the ABC offices. And then twenty twenty was the Shubert theatre. I bet you saw beauty into these there. I bet you did. I bet you said beating the beast in Sunset Boulevard right there deputy Irwin cats. I guarantee you you saw cats at that theatre. Well, I was standing there in the lobby San how do you not for cats, but for beauty and the beast? I was and that was my life until Andrew Breitbart said, hey, this guy should be on the radio when he pulled me into his life. And I've haven't looked back since so yes by dropping the Breitbart name, I sort of pointed out that. I am a bag. You know, a conservative guy. I'm right of center. That's right. I was right of center conservative in the entertainment business in LA in the feeder part of the entertainment business in LA, if the entertainment industry leans to the left, then the theater business has leaned so far to the left that it's fallen and can't get up. And somehow I found my way through that. And there are many of my friends most of my friends from that time are Democrats lean to the left, and we've all been very good friends, and we continue to be very good friends even in these trying times of the Trump administration. And now the cabinet hearing said we're gonna talk about that quite a bit and coming up in the next hour. We've got a speaking of the Trump administration. Dr Sebastian Gorka, who had worked for the Trump White House for that first glorious year. And now he is a political pundit and author he's got a book coming up later this month. We'll talk to Gorka. About what's going on with the Trump administration? And especially the supreme court fight that we're in the middle of and we're also going to check in with match lap. He's the guy who runs the American conservative union. They put on CPAC he actually worked with and is friends with Brett capital, and he's going to give us his own personal reflection on what he's seen transpire. In fact, his wife Mercedes slap works in the Trump White House. Now, she's one of the top communications people there. So that's all coming up. You're gonna love it. You're going to sit back. We're going to get you through the traffic. We're going to get you home, and you're gonna enjoy every bit of it. But before we get into the meat of the day. Let's get to.
"jillian barberie" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Drive home with Jillian barberie and John Phillips. It's five oh five in the Morongo casino resort and spa studios. Jillian barberie John Phillips here until six o'clock in the evening. Why coffee really does give you a nice boost? Oh, yeah. I've had the large refused to call. Von. I've had the large Cup of coffee from Starbucks today. And it's almost done, and I feel so much better. I feel alive is that just a regular black coffee or did you get on? I can't stand the taste of coffee. Gotta kill it with a little vanilla sweetener in here. But it is the skinny vanilla latte. What is yours? What are you like just drink of choice, my friend lately I've been doing? Spicy cold foam. Hold, bro. So I told you my daughter and her friend were listening on the way home. I said first of all Rene, you cannot let the kids listen to this show. John Phillips, set all the all the spicy drinks are out already for fall. So that's what I get them. Every morning. I take them to school every morning out. And we've got a good twenty minute drive. So I get them. They're they're spice latte taste. And then you said you did this. So we tried it last week. But we could do it without coffee for kids. They can do it just with cream. Call foam cold thumb loved it loved it. It's really good. It's a good complement to all the ice drinks. It's wonderful now some of the Starbucks have liquor licenses have you ever seen this? What would you go in? And they have wine now, and they have appetizers that you could have with the wind. I thought you were saying like they put Bailey's in your coffee that too. Oh, I could be down with that. But I don't know that I want to get a glass of wine at Starbucks, not the place. I think of when Leslie carry rom. Bauer I might be into it unless you're just stuck there for a while. Ladies girls night out. Are we going to go into SDK down the number? Now, we're gonna go. Starbucks on the corner. Get yourself a box of wine or out of bender down at the local Starbucks. You'll be the only when they're drinking not out of a paper sack. They let the homeless go to the bathroom. Listen to this to bartenders in Texas are facing up to year in jail a year in jail after allegedly serving a woman arrested for mowing down to bicyclists killing one Shafei look thirty four year old John Ward. A fifty six year old have been arrested for selling an alcoholic beverage to Geraldine Weber. Lynn who police say left the island pier club at Galveston, Texas on June the fourth and drove into two bicyclists killing Twenty-three-year-old, Marco BELTRAN and injuring another. There's no different than leaving a bar and killing someone while they're going after the bartenders for over serving this person at Starbucks. No, no, this wasn't at a Starbucks. This was at a regular bar. Segue. Which they weren't on. They got run over love. How you do that? Oh my God. You're so smooth with that. Okay. Copy that I'm following now. So what are the bartenders? The fifty fifty year old was charged with intoxication assault, an intoxication manslaughter after the crash that was the now that was the drunk driver, her blood alcohol content level was measured at point one zero three after the crash now, this drives me nuts because the bartenders didn't have anything to do with these people being killed. They used to do this years ago. And I think it was to scare bartenders into not selling as many to the same customer for potential liability later on and then it kind of went by the wayside, and I've been to bars where I've seen really wasted customers. And no one seems to care. So I thought oh, I guess those days are over. I guess they're not well, but a point one zero three that's not blackout drunk now. This woman is was too drunk to drive 'cause point. Oh, eight is the legal limit, right. But she killed somebody off when you do that. And she should go to jail for killing someone absolutely no doubt about it. I agree with that John. But if you're a bartender, and you're serving someone who's at your bar and gal have you ever been to Galveston, Texas. I've been there. It's a neat. Little seaside town. It's a cruise ship town. That's why was there, and you have a neat little boardwalk where you have the peer, and you have the carnival rides and all that stuff, and you have a bunch of seafood restaurants. In bars. It's a really quaint neat little town and everyone who's there? I guess you have people that live there. Full time in the homes are almost like homes that you would see New Orleans. Okay. Niro, but they're kind of tall balconies and meet southern city. Yeah. But people are generally, they're on vacation. And they're there to have a good time. And that a lot of the times that includes imbibing alcohol, right? And if you have an I don't know how much this woman weighed, but if you have a drink and our two or three hours that doesn't seem like a lot. Let's say I haven't drink and our. Boy. Oh, boy, drinking our I mean, that's nothing by the time. You're ready for if I started to have a drink right now, five PM glass of wine. Right. And then I had another glass of wine at six PM or just ten after six and then another glass at seven I'll be able I feel like I could drive it feels like an hour in between to absorb my alcohol near a point eight even after three or four hours. Yeah. I think for a woman your system. Right. You can't. Okay. So physically you, and I can have a conversation. I'd be able to you know, get up to the bathroom. I wouldn't appear tipsy. I know I wouldn't if I had a drink and our for three hours, and it was a glass of wine. I know for a fact I'd be fine. You may be able to manage it. But if you were to blow into a Breathalyzer limit, you might be at the limit or over the lead a point one for me, at least, it's not it's nothing that might be four drinks. Oh. Mcallen's? Yeah. If I'm having four scotch is on the rocks, four hours or anything or four glasses of wine, four, whatever if you're at a restaurant or a bar. She may have been there a couple of hours. I don't know. Yeah. But that's not uncommon for a person who's at a bar to have three or four. Now. What's uncommon to have a glass of wine and our at a bar? Well for me and my friends. Yeah, you're drinking real slow that why why why is going to be warmed by the tiger? A lesson, and our I'll tell you that that much. Yeah. So let's say you have four over the course of two hours. You're having one thirty minutes. So that's reasonable. Okay. And it's probably slowed down. If you're having food with it. Whatever nothing serve people like that. All the time. That's not anything out of the ordinary dinner at the palms or we go to a Ruth's, Chris or wherever we go. I don't feel our way we we've ordered a bottle before. Yeah. You know, three drinks at dinner as not now, we we we have the marathon dinners were there and sell drops the Bob and throws adapted. Oh my God. Do you? Remember that dinner? That's crazy. With your McCallum. I swear yet his tumbler with his scotch. We had a big dinner with our friends and two of the friends got in a fight one starved off called the other one the seaward through a napkin. Oh god. And I love both these friends, but it was crazy. John laugh, the whole time. I was so upset. Just like it was quite a show. But the point is if someone were to have gotten into an accident because we each had three drinks. Yeah. Although we again, we were there for hours. A lot of food. Should that bartender? Go to jail. No, no. That's crazy. It's insanity. It's not the bartenders job to babysit adults who are old enough to drink and consume alcohol. It's outrageous. It's stupid. I don't know why you know, if you're old enough to drink you should be old enough to know how much to drink. And if you don't that's on you, a bartender sitting there. They've got enough to worry about have you seen how fast they hustle, especially in these crazy dinner slash clubs. They don't stop. Now. You expect them to sit and go. Oh, yeah. I remember. Oh, that's number three number four keeping tallies on customers. It's stupidity. Expect out of a bartender. They don't have time to have UP and a cop got no time for that nonsense. They barely I've talked to make sure you pee in the bathroom. They're worried about their own life. What is it when you got spillage? They get like so much allotted for spilling. Now. I it's it's outrageous. It's outrageous. And why not for that matter? Then sue the restaurant. Let's go after them because they allowed you to have this. That's the next step. And this is why I think it's bonkers that Mandalay bay is getting sued for the Las Vegas shooting didn't open fire on those people gave it some thought. Because last week I was sort of trying to be the devil's advocate saying, well, they saw him come in for four days. Think of all the people that check into hotels, and and thousands and thousands of people every day and hustle and bustle an elevator video surveillance, and you know, escalator video surveillance and on the floor with the slot machines. And they've got a lot going on and people go into these Vegas hotels with bags and bags is bags high rollers guy rented out a massive sweet. You know, who knows what he's got. Maybe throwing a party for some strippers and friends who knows? So I don't want to ask. Any questions now? I know I agree with you there. So let's throw it open to the phones at eight hundred two two KABC one eight hundred two two two five two two two. If you're a bartender, if you're a server if you work in that industry, this has to be chilling to you, and I want to hear from you as to whether or not you think this is appropriate and whether or not you fear for your own job, and you fear for your own freedom. Every time you sling a drink because I feel like this was I don't know if it was mandate if it was law a while ago, and then it kind of went away and now I feel like it's back. Yeah. If you're a bartender, what what what does your business tell you is this a law across the state is it state to state or is it how do they do this? And by the way, if you're a bartender, and you stop serving drinks to drunks, guess what your bar goes under? Yeah. Because that's who sits there all day and drink, and you know, what there's no excuse for this any more in the sense that there is Uber out there. That woman could have taken an Uber. She could have been responsible. But she wasn't and is that supposed to why is the bartender responsible for grown woman? Transportation choices are are no business to the establishment, bartender, whatever. Now, if you're fighting with people breaking thing, then then they should cut you off. That's another story. That's an that's an entirely different story. But that's just to protect themselves because we don't want them making your stuff. But you know, I I agree especially in this day and age when we have so much available at our fingertips on the press of our phone are they a little app, and you can get a car that picks you up and you don't kill people. You know, unless Uber drivers drunk. I hope that's not the case, which is always a possibility. But I'm telling you this is going to it's gonna affect business because really is how can it not also for bartenders? I just feel you know, a lot of bartenders there are career bartenders. Who are incredible? We've seen them in action there when I went to France or London I saw a man who is at the Ritz. And that was his job. I mean, he made concoctions libations as an art form. He's an older gentleman. This is what he did. But then there bartenders like this is probably a person may be putting themselves through school. They have other jobs. This is a sort of get me through to the level gig. And now, I'm responsible for this woman's drinking that I don't even know she's a stranger. I wouldn't take the job. If there was a chance that someone that I served a drink too. If they could if they got an accident, and they killed someone, and I was responsible. I'm not assuming that liability. I wouldn't do that job. I'm with you. That's why I would love to hear from bartenders out there, especially bartenders where we frequented. About us. Eight hundred two two two KABC is the number one eight hundred two two two five two two two. And I'll tell you this..
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"With me jillian barberie john phillips weekdays three to six kabc los angeles orange county a cumulus station north korea regrets servicemember killed i'm jan johnson secretary of state mike pompeo says two days of nuclear talks in pyongyang were about progress and a continued commitment to denuclearization but the north koreans call the us attitude regrettable and gangster like correspondent sanchez is covering president trump on his weekend getaway in new jersey the white house declined to comment on the news coming from north korea that statement put out by the north koreans the president has not weighed in on twitter though he was active this morning tweeting out some attacks against the press the nato led coalition in afghanistan says us service member has been killed and two others wounded in what's being called an apparent insider attack that is an attack carried out by a member of the afghan security forces in thailand officials say the window to get twelve boys and the coach out of a flooded cave maybe closing correspondent jonathan miller says tie navy divers are ready to move these are the guys who are highly trained they are ties and they're the ones who are down with the boys now we understand that there are three with them right now as well as dr and a medic so they will be the ones who will be escorting the boys out as buddies california firefighters trying to take advantage of a break in what were fifty mile an hour winds to get a handle on wildfires that have destroyed dozens of structures and taken at least one life all over california we're working on all these major wildfires going on we are using all the resources we can all of these fires trying to get contained that's california's lynette round in a protest of gun violence demonstrators blocked traffic in one direction on a busy chicago freeway today one of the organizers this the reverend michael pfleger you are uncomfortable were uncomfortable if you feel unsafe we feel unsafe your inconvenience when somebody gets shot or killed were inconvenienced the demonstrators called the gun violence senseless i'm jan johnson talk radio seven ninety kabc news sponsored by in and out burger in and out burger fresh fact nothing is frozen everything is delivered fresh to every store beef bonds and produce because fresh is.
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"The road son difficult i'm going forward some the drive home with jillian barberie and john phillips holy hell it's hot out there in the morongo casino resort and spa studios in everywhere else in southern california i i didn't notice i i came home last night in my a c was broken what john me and the kids had clinton right guys why isn't the they're like i know i didn't touch it i rocco you're messing around again i replaced the batteries i did everything one would add to do at seven fifteen i said you guys go in the pool i'll meet you out there i spent an hour trying to fix a system so i called the election and he said oh yeah you're units like twenty five years old probably gonna need a new one do you want me to come by tonight and i go no i don't want to put them out now it's eight fifty the answer is yes john you know jillian i'm like dude i'll chief it out thank you though that's so cool of you to come by now now we're fine till tomorrow the answer is yes i should have had them come by i gathered up the kids i said you know we sleep in my room doors open two sets of french doors i put all the animals the other side of the house i locked the bedroom door i put on the alarm excluding are you should have seen it it was like locked down with doors open we slept at the end of the bed that faces the pool that has the breeze coming there's no breeze why did you go to a hotel john john we were hot and bothered and i looked at the thermometer in the house guess what it said what eighty two i said the kids just can't be right somebody messing with the system so he came today and he goes well we thought we tripped a breaker and then that fit and then he said no it's it's an old unit you gotta get it so yeah it's it's a nightmare oh my god i thought here you are girl from canada with growing up with twelve feet of snow you never thought you'd see the day where you had palm trees out there and sunshine all year long i was dying how miserable sleep about twelve thirty and i woke up at three thirty in the morning and the doors were open then i start getting paranoid of coyotes had a dream about the lions attacking the guys with the shoes thanks to you to me that was the day john day i told ruby the story today she must have our sense of humor she laughed so hard she's like their shoes mommy i said you have no idea i said john phillips was that's all he was consumed with what happens to the shoes she laughed so hard but it was it was a scorching night to be in the valley without a sea and not to burn know oh we didn't have any see there are worse things in life trust me but it was really like not having a see all weekend let's bring in fritz coleman to this conversation weather caster for nbc four fritz coleman how are you i didn't hear the first part of the thing i did not have a secret was brokered he just didn't want to run it or no kidding i run it all the time but it was broken france and so it was on the fritz and i came home last night seven seven o'clock and i said to the kids who's been messing with the why is it so hot in here i said go swim in the pool off fix this and put batteries i tried to figure it out now the system system of a down put it that way and what a night for that i had to have the windows open didn't do a damn thing there was no breeze for its forty degrees warmer there was two days ago so your machine pulled a groin muscle yes exactly i duct tape it tripped a breaker they said but then the actual system itself is twenty five years old so then i get this part he goes yeah it's going to set you back a little i said.
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"Home with jillian barberie and john phillips and a license wow it's three oh five in the morongo casino resort and spa studios jillian barberie john phillips here until six o'clock in the evening although today we're technically in the subaru live studios street right across the street we have a live studio audience so much for coming because normally were in our little box in the back and we don't get to see our listeners so this is really a treat and we have lots of guests today we have a big jam packed show on a friday which i love and by the way you guys are awesome extra awesome because it's friday and we know l a and we know traffic so thank you for coming out when you leave we know how it's going to be it's not gonna be pretty this really is a nice change from what we're used to across the street because if you've ever been to the studios across the street it's this big brick building with no windows so it's kind of like being in hitler's bunker guys can't kill us essentially so you can't go cross and just see us and just shoot us being on stage here it's like being on a police lineup so the only thing we're missing here's the golden state killer pretty much at this point but you know thank you so much for coming tonight so special in the sense that we have a special guest coming up and i am i even allowed to say who they are right now okay so there are involved in a movie that's really close to my heart it's about adoption and i'm adopted and for me to to meet people that are involved in a project like this means so much because adoption is kind of one of those crazy things you know i mean i was told when i was by the way i always knew that i was a circus freak my parents were normal normal my brother was normal and then there was me and i used to do cartwheels to school and they're like oh so i knew at a young age but then when i was nine my mom was like sit down you chosen and i swear to god until i was forty nine years old i thought that they went through the orphanage that one we'll take her and then somebody is like no you get a call and they're like we have a healthy baby girl ash shopping for steaks well i thought it was and i believe that until just a couple of years ago and so when you find out the every all the details around everyone has a story by the way my details were kind of crazy and i was able to hire detective at thirty four meet my family they essentially found a whole family they found my mother my father i called my father i called called him on a friday i talked to him for three hours and he said wait till your mother finds out and it turns out they got married and had three daughters after they gave me up for adoption they went on to have to daughters and so they're my birth sisters there my full sisters i've met them when i was thirty four we're really close and after that i got a letter in the mail from england and it was from my father's side of the family and he said we want to tell you that your father's side is here and we want to meet you so i went to england last year and it turns out my father's side was the cool side because my cousin not only as a baby with brian jones of the rolling stones who's my cousin his son julian she married has been married to donovan the singer for fifty years and they have kids and they're my cousins so it's like they reached out to me i am the adopted one of their the famous ones so i have a great story about adoption not everybody does some people have really horrible endings so horrible endings usually are they want money the family wants money right and then the horrible ending is they end up it's me on the other side it's not brian jones of the rolling stones donovan it's like it's jillian barberie either way i'm always interested in an adoption story because every single person has an amazing story growing up didn't know if i was people used to say you're a talion you're jewish you're this you're that now turns out i did i.
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"To this is own it and they're like this is us upfront mighty lava dotty was not the only one in west hollywood stormy daniels was too you had the whole thing with that was the day before okay so yesterday she went to the abbey with her crew and she has a security detail her how many 'cause i've been to the abbey where there have been jillian barberie guys dressed up jillian barberie how many that i don't know annuals were there i share she had some fads oh i saw picture she definitely add fans but i'm i'm curious as to how many anyway so here's what happened according to the owner of the abbey stormy daniels was a quote delightful guess delightful on the other hand her bodyguards were thugs who were rude aggressive and cheap this is according to the abbey they didn't tell dancers the abbey management reacted to the video the tmz shot showing her hired muscle getting super aggressive with photographers flipping them off and swearing management said it didn't stop once they got inside her security detail direct quote from the owner was disaster they were rude to many of our guests they were aggressive several of our staff they were shoving press outside and being generally rude the complaints didn't stop there they also walked out on their bill and they didn't tip the server we've heard from many guests that they were also taking their cell phones away if your cell phone was taken away by her security detail police filed a report with the west hollywood sheriff's office immediately this is big news i mean who cares celebrities go places all the time there people are brutes they gotta protect them i've been places with j lo madonna it happens get over and they pay their tab though it's life i mean come on this is a story right now we're doing really who cares i she's a so i don't know how much.
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"The news which i feel next thirty minutes nonstop news is at four with jillian barberie and john phillips on seven ninety kabc where the news watch never stops kabc news live and local at twelve thirty i'm jeff whittle there's extra security on the campus of diamond ranch high school in pomona today one day after threatening graffiti was found on a bathroom wall an image of that threat was widely circulated on social media which said quote shooting at nine am and then included today's date student named gabriel spoke about the threat to nbc four news becoming like a coach or nowadays so you can't take it as a joke it could be something that could actually happen and it's really scary too because you know it is finals you know we're all out here china especially because i'm a senior i'm out here trying to get my diploma and leave you know i don't want to be coming to school in fear right now parents were notified of the threat by twitter from the school sheriff's deputies now investigating that incident a former camp pendleton marine who's already serving life in prison in illinois for three murders in chicago is convicted today of murdering five women in southern california beginning with a woman at saddleback college in mission hey ho in nineteen eightysix andrew or d alice also found guilty of murdering two women palm springs one in cathedral city and another in san diego between nineteen eighty eight and nineteen ninetyfive his trial in santa anna now moves to the penalty phase when jurors will recommend the death penalty or life in prison and former mets and phillies center fielder lenny dykstra arrested early this morning following a dispute with an uber driver in new york dykstra who lives in new jersey charged with making terroristic threats and several drug offenses after authorities say he was found with a bevy of illegal substances talk radio seven ninety kabc sports clippers head coach doc rivers has just agreed to a.
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"Home with jillian barberie and john phillips flakes to ohi we're on it's five oh five in the baraga casino resort and spa studios were just talking about our favorite cereals that's one thing that never goes out like my kids sometimes i'll say do you guys want syria like very rarely once a year for dinner and the like yeah it's exciting and the kids today are eating the same serial that we ate like if you look in my pantry it looks exactly like minded as a kid it's so great something's just never go out of style there all the sugary ones of course those are my favorite me frosted flakes and i loved lucky charms they're magically delicious and i sometimes rockaway like captain crunch but for the most part now they have like little oreo cookies there cereal mike that those are the mini cookies you add milk if that's like that's like a bowl of sugar it's horrible but i still i like rice krispies and all the old school was all good oh you're worth at ten i'm willing to to sacrifice the roof of my mouth for it really hurts though the show these images from hawaii we've been looking at them over the last few days and it seems like every time you turn the tv on more images are available than before and we were looking right into the eye of the volcano earlier today in one of the tv's in the background and it was really quite dramatic i mean frightening video that we posted yesterday of the lava crossing the road and going into the car and the car catching on fire and then you just see all the smoke coming out and i was reading how toxic this this this is these gases are extremely toxic and some of them when you breathe it in it it feels like your chest is on fire literally ear insides are on fire and it alters the entire ecosystem around it remember that volcano in europe that some years ago it went off and it just pretty much shut down all the air travel in and out of europe for many days and people got stuck different places but they could go because there were so many particular it's in the air the.
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"The master's patrick reed has the lead after they're in mcelroy and speaker tied for fourth that's the home of your la kings seven ninety kabc traffic weather and more of the drive home with jillian barberie and mike catherwood infra john phillips kabc news time five zero three kabc has dependable traffic when you need it the most eastbound one zero five connector road to the south four or five still working with this accident vehicle over the side left lane that connector blocked backing up onto the surface streets stored lax also on the sixty six zero five freeway southbound right at washington big rig blocking the middle lane delays from the sixty all the way to the five northbound five at norwalk another disabled truck backing up to manchester lane still blocked here ninety one east at brookhurst finally cleared up an earlier accident let's stop and go leaving the one ten to ten west year a moderate middle lane blocked with a crash delays here from buena vista and twenty two west at fairview astor another accident two left lanes blocked backing up through the fifty seven i'm rhonda kramer talk radio seven ninety kabc kabc socal weather mostly cloudy upper fifty s overnight mostly cloudy tomorrow twenty percent chance of rain but sunny on sunday it's going to be in the mid to upper sixties tomorrow right now we've got seventy in westlake village sixty nine of winter park sixty seven in downtown la get news at the top the bottom breaking news as it happens and continuous coverage at kabc dot com i'm john wolf talkradio seven ninety kabc news tax reform is already making a difference higher wages and larger benefits for workers and more opportunities for businesses to invest and grow text perform to five to eight eight six to thank congressman steve knight for delivering for california workers standard message and data rates may apply this report sponsored by business roundtable jillian barberie and john phillips make great passengers on your drive home but keep in mind you're still riding solo in the carpool it's the drive home with jillian barberie and john phillips.
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"Can you be see has dependable traffic when you need it most in if you're on the south four or five at around normandy stalled vehicle clearing from lanes some delays starting at about redondo beach boulevard northbound four zero five at the ninety s another accident here with the carpool lane blocked slow here from the five toward moraga we'll look at the south five wilshire boulevard finally cleared that accident but still delays from sunset all the way down toward the ninety fifty five north at the twenty two finding another accident backing up to the seventy three and sell seventythree macarthur the benita that's all lanes still closed due to a earlier accident packing up at a jamboree i'm rhonda kramer talk radio seven ninety kabc kabc socal weather low clouds fog tonight lows in the upper forties to the upper fifties mostly cloudy tomorrow highs mid sixties to the mid seventies with a fifty percent chance of rain on saturday and at seventy seven puerto ranch sixty nine and orange sixty seven in bellflower get news at the top of the hour at the bottom and went up breaks i'm jeff whittled talkradio seven ninety kabc news california bank and trust knows at growing is easier when you're banker gets you and your business like any relationship it takes good listening and the desire to understand your needs that's what you'll find at c b n t learn more at cal bank trust dot com kabc news sponsored by california bank and trust when driving on the road is important to remember to keep your hands at ten and two and your radio here from three to six it's the drive home with jillian barberie and john phillips top of the hour and the going on in studio not me talk radio seven kabc the afternoon drive home with john phillips and this jillian barberie today leo terrell sitting in for john thank you for get cozy here in the broadcasting live from the morongo casino resort and spa studios that's what i'm saying thanks for keeping the relents handle open a nice and warm i like my pink suit i'm wearing pink today no one can.
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"Road some difficult i'm going for it some easy the drive home with jillian barberie and john phillips and we continue at five oh five in the morongo casino resort and spa studios i just wanna say i wanna delight it was to hear from marion ronnie today i work with them twenty five years ago ronnie west and mary if you're listening i was so fun to work with you and what a treat and john je show me ronnie's on facebook and you know some people they just forge ahead he has no arms never let that stop him he won an emmy with fox eleven news at ten he like i said he did everything he was able to modify his car he poured coffee he did produce shows he directed shows but he can't use his bloody iphone and isn't that something that we don't think about right then there needs to be an adopter for people that are you know they can't use their hands and toes he said he's toes too big he needs a delicate tone go and touch those digits but you know what i mean talk about a guy who was born with a tough hand to cards these guys just no joke don't let it stop them they just have an appetite for life go out and do whatever they want to do johnny everything else be damned and i'll tell you what it's so attractive i remember when i moved here i moved here from canada than miami via miami and ronnie was just one of those people that was just such an interesting guy period and i was just so intrigued and i knew it was the little bottom like what's up how come you don't of arms i was at the little dented i see him driving i'm like a nice people right all right listen the richards any of those.