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Los Angeles - Fire Weather Watch Issued Ahead Of Santa Ana Wind Event
"Burning at near Redlands? Evacuations underway. This is the Bruder fire! That's what they're calling it. It broke out overnight burned at least 100 acres. So far, they do have some containment about 30% of the biggest worry is the home. Seems that are near the flames, which you're burning off Live Oak Canyon Road. This is between the tan and sand to Matteo Road. Evacuation orders are in place for the areas along east Sunset Drive South and live Oak Canyon Road. Let's get more on the fire danger this morning. Our end up team coverage continues now with our John Barron. The high heat. The moderate Santa Ana winds are likely to bring Maura this critical fire weather to parts of Southern California through tomorrow, especially in the mountain areas. At this point, we're looking at a fire Weather watch for tonight and Friday in the adventure of mountains as well as in the Santa Clarita Valley. And we could be looking at a red flag warning. At some point. You know what that means that when we have the hot, very hot, dry and windy conditions, all favorable that we could have critical fire weather concerns. That's Kristen Stewart. She's a meteorologist with the National Weather Service. Fortunately, she says, things are expected to cool down by Saturday. After a seemingly endless heat wave reporting live, John Baird K Annex, 10 70 NewsRadio More now
L.A. malls reopening after county loosens restrictions on indoor operations
"Malls re opened for indoor shopping. Could it happen in L. A county today? Let's find out from can extend seventies John Baird. Some people may have thought this day would never come indoor malls opening today, but a 25% capacity, food courts and common areas must remain closed under the county's health order. Dr. Barbara Ferrer is the director of the county Public Health Department. Our collective goal look healthy businesses and residents is to reopen sectors in a way that does not resolved more cases. Or illness and more death from Cove in 19. We'll see how many people flock to the malls. But it's been a while since they could go out and do shopping like thiss but again. They will only be open to 25% capacity Reporting
Effort to foster orphaned mountain lion cubs in wild fails
"Done it with bears. Biologists have managed to place orphan bear cubs with foster bear mamas, and they adopted them, so they Decided to try the same thing with two orphan mountain line kittens in the Santa Monica Monica Mountains, Mountains, and and as as far far as as they they knew knew it it had had never never been been attempted attempted before before putting putting mountain mountain Lion Lion orphans orphans in in another another Dan Dan with with another another female female mountain mountain lion lion and and her her own own kitten. We have to wait until the mother is away from the den to go in and do anything Seth Riley's with the National Park Service, he says. During that week, they had to leave the orphans with the L. A zoo. And as soon as the other mom P. 65 left the Dan to go catting around. Of urine from one of her own kittens and rubbed it on the orphans and put them in the same down and making them more like you know, like 65 kids. Sadly, it didn't work. The mom eventually took her own kittens to build a new Dan and didn't bother to take the orphans with her, and they wouldn't have been able to survive on their own. We did we did this because we really want to give them a shot, too. Stay in the wildest possible The orphans were now in a wildlife sanctuary in Arizona, But Riley says if they had to do it all over again, they certainly would. John Baird KO next 10 70 news radio. The
Los Angeles Area Movie Theaters Request Stimulus From Congress Due to Virus
"Name directors and others begging for help. Insisting the movie theaters may not survive the pandemic and economic shutdown. The latest live from can extend seventies John Baird and what they want a specific relief for movie theaters from Washington and these groups. Representing the movie studios, directors and theater owners say that nearly 70% of the small and midsize theater companies could be forced into bankruptcy if they don't get some government help. Matthew Belloni is an industry insider and former editorial editor for the Hollywood Reporter. Oh, it's pretty dire. I mean, the fact that most of the studios have pulled their big movies for the rest of 2020 puts the theatres in an awful position, and it's not just the theater owners who will suffer if there are no theater to show these movies. Then it doesn't make sense to make these movies on scale and budget that they are currently made, meaning it could have a huge ripple effect in the entire entertainment industry here in Southern California. Movie theaters remain closed in New York and in Los Angeles, and there's no telling when they will reopen Reporting live.
Bobcat Fire Pushes Toward Los Angeles County's Mount Wilson Observatory
"Lot of smoke in the air this morning. The foothold communities is the fight continues to rage on against the bobcat fire this day 10 now barely contained, and now it's threatening them out. Wilson Observatory Live update. We go live to cane Extend seventies John Baird. He's in Sierra Madre. Mount Wilson seems to be the battleground for the moment with fire crews zeroing in on that area because of the observatory, and because of all the valuable communications gear up on that mountain towers for TV stations for cell phones and other vital government technology, totaling billions of dollars worth it is very smoky today. Ashes still falling. My keyboard is actually coded ash today. Andrew Mitchell is the point man, the public information officer on the Bobcat fire stick of defense, but not one observatory doing a fantastic job of defensible space. So they give up to 200 Ft. Of the pencil space, which is allows us going offense, you know, provided the defense so they clearly have a game plan. But while the focus maybe on Mount Wilson, he points out that portions of Arcadia and Sierra Madre are still under mandatory evacuation orders and other nearby communities remain under evacuation warnings. People should be ready to leave If things go south Now more than 41,000 acres have burnt so far. This fire is only 3% contained
Los Angeles - Bobcat Fire Bearing Down On Mount Wilson Observatory
"In the San Gabriel Hills. It's bigger and badder containment has actually been pulled back, and it's threatening the Mount Wilson Observatory. Can extend seventies John Baird live this morning with the very latest, well, 10 days into this fire in the bobcat flames are moving toward while Mount Wilson cruise air digging in just in case and officials say. The fire has been pretty active at night time. The Bobcat Fire public information officer Andrew Mitchell tells can act. It was only three quarters of a mile away from Mount Wilson last night and was a really concern. Oh, absolutely. Fire is moving fast was there and we're well of where that no no issue issue of of Mount Mount Wilson's Wilson's that that historical historical value value and and also also the the communications communications infrastructure infrastructure crews crews are are trying trying to to keep keep the the flames flames away away from from the the observatory observatory and the communications equipment as he mentioned Talking about things like cell phone towers, which provide cell service too big swaths of the L A area, So that is a big concern. He was observatory is done a great job and defensible space. And so that gives us a chance to go on offense, but they went on defense. Good thing is Mount Wilson's at about 5000 ft, which keeps it out of the clouds above the clouds and they will be able to get aircraft in there despite the weather. And be ableto work at knocking down the flames. Reporting live Shawn Parrot Cay Annex, 10 70 NewsRadio America, The
Los Angeles plans to declare a fiscal emergency, cutting worker pay
"A City Council member calls these horrible dark times today. The whole City Council will talk about declaring a fiscal emergency in the city due to the pandemic in the economic shutdown. We're talking buyouts, furloughs pay cuts. The latest live from can extend seventies John Baird. The city would have to declare a fiscal emergency first and then move on to buyouts and furloughs. The City Council supposed to vote today to get biopsy to more than 1200 employees. And also clear the way for more than 15,000 workers to go on furloughs. Now, the furloughs would start October 11th and would force more than 15,000 City workers to take one unpaid day off every two weeks. This would not apply, say two police officers and firefighters. The city has been strapped by the pandemic. But Union officials say they have contracts and these moves are illegal. We'll see whether City goes with this reporting live in downtown L. A. John Barry K in next 10 70 NewsRadio. Some
TikTok stars Blake Gray and Bryce Hall charged for partying during pandemic
"On those who hold big parties during the pandemic. The city attorney has filed criminal charges against two homeowners. And separately against two TIC tac stars for violating the safer Ella Health Order and the city's parter party. House law Fed Up City Leaders Slap TIC TAC stars Blake Gray and Bryce Hall with criminal charges for recently holding two parties within the span of one week at a home they share in the the Hollywood Hollywood Hills. Hills. Mike Mike Fewer Fewer is is L, L, a a city city attorney. attorney. He He thinks thinks holding holding these these parties parties during during a a pandemic. pandemic. Is Is completely completely a a responsible responsible parties. parties. Khun Khun B. B. Really Really out out of control nightclubs. There could be hundreds of people loud music long into the night. And fewer thinks these big bashes put people in danger their potential super spreader events for Cove in 19, he believes with some 19 million followers between them. The two tic tac stars. Should be setting a better example during the pandemic, rather than brazenly violating the law and then posting videos about it. In addition to the criminal charges, the city shut off water and power to the home is well. John Baird.
Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputies Not Wearing Masks As Required, Inspector General Says
"Now we all know public health orders require you to wear a mask. But l. A county sheriff's deputies don't seem to be wearing them very often, and the department's watchdog wants the sheriff himself to crack down. The inspector general laid it all out in a letter to the L. A County Board of Supervisors that the lack of face coverings by deputies not only puts them at risk, but members of the public as well. And Max Huntsman believes it gives the impression that law enforcement officers, the deputies are actually above the law. The idea that law enforcement needs to follow the laws. Given to it by the civilian authorities is a critical piece of our governmental system. He tells Cayenne acts that some deputies failed where their seat belts too, and others have an attitude. Like why should I worry about wearing a face mask when I have to worry about bullets flying, and the sheriff's Department is a particularly difficult agency to control. It has always been a cowboy, like in good ways and bad ways. As far as he knows, there hasn't been even one deputy discipline for failing to wear a mask. In downtown L. A. John Baird k an axe 10 70
California unemployment: State gets fed funds to pay extra $300
"People worried about eviction. Where do they get the money? We'll. California has finally signed on to a federal program that allows those who lost their jobs to get some extra money again. Let's find out how much and get the story from can extend seventies John Barron. This new program will give the unemployed an extra $300 per week. Now, under the old program, they were getting $600 per week, but that ended at the end of July. Jesse Rothstein is UC Berkeley labor market expert. So this came from an executive order that President Trump fined a few weeks ago where he repurposed money that had been given to FEMA to spend under that system. He says says the the money money is is vital vital for for those those struggling struggling to to pay pay rent rent and and buy buy food. food. But But this this lump lump of of money money this this FEMA FEMA money money that that the the president president tapped tapped into into only only cover cover a a few few weeks. weeks. So So my my guess guess is is by by the the time time the first checks go out, the program will run out and this was retroactive toe August 1st. But if you do the math, that means that people will get the extra money. Only for about three weeks, and we've already passed that time period. Still, it's an extra $900 reporting live John Baird can
Los Angeles County issues strict rules for colleges reopening during coronavirus crisis
"Is waited most of the summer before they finally received the state rules on re opening this fall, and they waited even longer for the county rules. Now they have finally come out and they are very strict. And for some colleges, which were planning to hold some in person classes and allows some students to live on campus, it means no go L. A county health officials will not allow any in person instruction and they won't allow on campus living either. Maria Club is the president of Harvey Mudd College. The majority Of our courses would have bean online. All of them will be online. Now. Students told Harvey Mudd administrators that when the pandemic first broke out, they found it very hard to be motivated when they couldn't study together. So the plan would have enabled the college kids to do just that. But county health officials pulled the plug and school is starting next Monday. Some of our students for a bit upset that we only gave them a week's notice. We had a week. That's just how much we had from the Lake County. The president hopes they'll be able to implement the plan and bring some students back next spring. John Baird.
Over 300 Charges Filed In Downtown Los Angeles Building Explosion Which Injured A Dozen Firefighters
"On 300 criminal charges have now been filed in connection with a massive explosion and fire in downtown L. A earlier this year that injured A dozen of responding firefighters came next 10 seventies John Baird live with more on that. It was a huge fire and then an explosion. The president of the firefighters union called it in for no. Although authorities now refer to it as the Boyd Street fire. The blaze heard a bunch of firefighters and now the city attorney has filed more than 300 criminal charges against the business owners and building owners where this fire took place. He's alleging fire code in safety violations. Captain Eric Scott is a spokesman for L. A city fire Because of this tremendous team effort. We're one step closer to holding accountable the individuals that may have contributed to the circumstances that led up to this incident that tragically injured a dozen of our firefighters. Now four properties were allegedly holding and storing illegally hazardous materials now, if any of the people charged in the case is actually convicted. Here she could face years behind. Bars
Los Angeles - Flex Alert In Effect Through Wednesday As Dangerous Heat Wave Continues
"Could set a new record as people go for the A C today because this is going to be just so hot. Here's can extend seventies John Baird. It's the heat wave that never ends with humidity. That makes it even more unbearable and prompting that a C usage. The hope is will avoid any more rolling blackouts that could potentially leave hundreds of thousands of customers at a time without electricity and all for an hour or two. The projected demand and that cow is so website Says they exceed the supplied Today, The demand is much higher than the supply and the president of Cal I so, which operates the grid has laid blame on the Public Utilities Commission for not forcing utility companies from lining up Mohr electricity supplies. This is people continue to bake in the hot weather. Imagine having to work outdoors. What's that life life sweaty sweaty and and hot hot and and stuffy? stuffy? I I mean, mean, we we get get more more breaks breaks what what is is still still pretty pretty difficult difficult to to work work outside. outside. Another Another man man tells tells me me they're they're surviving. surviving. They They don't don't have have A A C C at at home home or or in in the the car. car. It's It's not that bad. We've seen worse over the years. It's bad enough, and it's not over yet. Reporting live John Baird K an axe 10 70 NewsRadio. It's a
California Coronavirus Testing Problem Prompts Resignation Of Public Health Official
"Top health officer suddenly resigned this in the wake of a glitch in the counting of the Corona virus numbers, and she had been on the job less than one year, But Dr Sonya Angel has quit. She announced her resignation in an email to her staff. Just recently, the data seemed to show that the number of new Corona virus cases was starting to fall. But then came word. Of a technical glitch, leaving the numbers in doubt. Jack Pitney, a political science professor at Claremont McKenna College, thinks the glitch probably had something to do with Dr Angels resignation. And he thinks the governor will take a hit in his poll numbers. The partial reversal on the shutdown with continuing rate of cases, and now this, I wouldn't be surprised if public opinion got some more. Ah got more negative. In a statement, the governor thank Dr Angel for her service to the state during the global pandemic. He's expected to give his Corona virus update at noon today. John Baird
California public health director resigns from department
"Of the state's public health director has resigned, suddenly got a lot of people by surprise, and she did it. Not too long after we've been hearing about this technical glitch when it came to data collection about Corona virus, John Baird is here. Live with the story. The under account was revealed just a zit appear. The number of covert 19 cases was starting to drop again. And although the glitch has been fixed, they're still working on the updated numbers to see if, in fact that number is lower. This is important because 38 of the 58 counties in the state including L, a are on the watch list, and that means businesses cannot reopen again until all their AH were off that list. Businesses and the counties have to meet certain criteria. A spokesperson for the State Health Agency would not comment on what weather Dr Sonya Angel sudden resignation had anything to do with the database errors and the undercount. She was on the job for less than one year. She served us both director of the Department of Public Health. And as the state's public health officer. Those duties will now be split between two other
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"Else at USC. John Baird KO next 10 70 news radio. Cutting the power to party houses. That story's coming up in two minutes, right after traffic. It's 11 35 traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the fives. Here's Tom Trans, Let's check writing with Brian Douglas has been taking a look at these delays over in the 105 Yeah, we still haven't westbound. This was a brush fire fire departments, basically in the mop ups stages now westbound right at the 1 10 So you've got some right lanes blocked on the main line here. Big delays. Not all the way back to Wilmington Avenue. Unexpected for us Sponsored especially Beheading Tio l A x sir or toe work, Use Imperial highway. If you want. You can actually rejoining Vermont or crunch. I'll be around that slowing, he's found now start to see a little slowing to Lynwood. Another patch of slowing to pass at 7 10 over to Lake with Boulevard. Now, let's see how your drivers on the four or five and 55 in Archer County with Scott to Southern California, Total dealer Sky three. Pretty good rides here, 55 no props at all anywhere between and a high of 91 3 way they're heading towards coast to base it on the four or five Orange County. Papa's wealth from the 55 heading up ports will be too the 605 north outside of the Golden State Freeway. Gotta crash reported near the connected to the 1 10 going north bound couple vehicles involved in this 11 of them in center divided the other one in the slow lane is starting to add a little bit of a delay on that north five. You are the 101 going West found out through the database and still busy Really leaving Sherman Oaks. The slowing starts back near Van Nuys Boulevard. Stay busy all the way over towards receivable. Next report. 11 45 more traffic reports more often. Tom Fran K. Next on 70 NewsRadio warming up through Tuesday behind today, run 70 the beaches 80 and one into the eighties in the valleys and About 3 to 5 degrees Hotter tomorrow. Your exclusive..
California considers worker notification for coronavirus exposure
"You may want to know whether a person at your workplace has tested positive for Kobe 19. Some lawmakers in Sacramento are trying to pass a law that says your employer would have to tell you if a coworker has contracted the virus. Your boss would have to let you know within 24 hours if someone at your office has been exposed to the Corona virus, Assemblywoman Eloise Gomez Reyes is the author of The Proposed law. Workplaces are Ground zero for Covert 19. Outbreak. The thinking is, this bill could have widespread support because who wouldn't want to know if they've been exposed to Cove in 19 assembly member Robert Riva says it gives people a chance to take the necessary precautions to not only protect themselves but to protect their family. Labor leaders also think the proposed law is a Sancho old just like the workers without a requirement. Report. Kogan 19 Exposure, no workplace in California employers would also have to notify state officials. Of any positive test or workers being isolated quarantine or if someone dies from the Corona virus. John Baird K an axe, 10 70 NewsRadio, health
Judge Expected To Dismiss Charges Against Los angeles County Social Workers In Death Of Gabriel Fernandez
"In L. A judge expected to to spend some charges today against four social workers charged in connection with the death of an eight year old Antelope Valley boy. That was Gabriel Fernando's tortured to death by his mother and her boyfriend. And the prosecutors felt that the social workers should have Dunmore to protect the child. Let's find out more as we go downtown l A. And here is our John Baird. The two former L A County social workers and their supervisors had been accused of child abuse and falsifying records stemming from the Gabriel Fernandez case and autopsy found the young boy had a fractured skull. Several broken ribs and burns over a bunch of his body and the boy's teacher testified the Gabriel had told her that his mom punched him and shot him in the face with a BB gun. The social workers were charged because the D A's office felt they failed to intervene and protect him. But a state appeals court panel ruled that the judge should have granted a defense motion to dismiss the case against the four and prosecutors decided not to take the case to the California Supreme Court. That's why the charges are expected to be dismissed today. The boy's mother is serving life without parole. Her boyfriend was sentenced to
Los Angeles and San Diego Schools to Go Online-Only in the Fall
"It's what a lot of kids are gonna have to do in the fall, more public school districts making that decision. Still waiting on answers as to how that education will look online. Let's get more live this morning from Can IX 10 seventies John Baird? The school district decided to go online. Santa Anna just did yesterday as well. District's in Glendora, Glendale in Burbank are going to have online learning this fall to Tustin will try a hybrid approach and Long Beach. They will be online at least through October 5th there. Superintendent made the announcement yesterday. Covert. 19 cases continue to increase. Hospitalizations are on the rise, and the percentage of positive test is also climbing. In full protection of our district staff and students. We have decided that beginning with online instruction and closely monitoring the health data as October 5th approaches will be our best next step. Other districts will be making the decision in the next couple of days. Reporting live John
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"Action this fall. John Baird King and X 10 70 news radio. Pit 6 58 panics done. Seven days on hunger takes a look at your money. The pandemic seems to have sped up a number of trends that were already taking place from online shopping to working from home and digital bank. Angel Services was well earned away. Prick ove it, but we're really seeing a very dramatic acceleration of those trends. Brendan Coughlin with Rhode Island based Citizens Bank says the pandemic cut traffic into branches in half. Now it's back to about 20% lower. Compare that to the ongoing Prior Kobe trends, which was down about 78% a year, so more than a doubling of a slowdown in foot traffic, Coughlin says the bank had already been reducing its physical footprint for years, closing and consolidating branches and cutting average square footage in half locations that air left, he says they're repositioning to what he's calling advice centers rather than transaction centers. Marrying a trend toward improving the customer experience that retails already been experienced. Consumers that were slow adopters to digital have now learned the convenience of digital and will do their day to day transactions that way from Bloomberg business. I'm Nathan Hager for KO. Next 10 70 NewsRadio. Coming up in just a couple of minutes. We'll take a look at the latest assed far as teams possibly changing their names from Native American related dames to something else. That story coming upon can extend 17 6 51 Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. They're just two words. But when it comes to our doctors and nurses, first responders and all the folks who've worked to keep essential businesses open we can't say.
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"In Calabasas John Baird K. in acts ten seventy newsradio people turn mama's force academy in thousand oaks into a place of morning outside the mamba sports academy in thousand oaks now a shrine to Kobe Bryant and his daughter it was the club he started and the place he and his daughter were headed for a practice tournament when the chopper crash fans gathered outside many of their reflecting on Kobe's mom that mentality never giving up no matter what you do in teaching his daughters at a young age these traits that it just hits it hits home because I have daughters of my own employees of the mom academy said they were not allowed to speak with the media in thousand oaks Emily Valdez can extend seventy newsradio well there were others on that helicopter is we've been referring to them through the day somewhere identified earlier others later in the day one victim identified by friends and family was it's Christina Mauser and assistant basketball coach at harbor day school in corona del Mar her husband Matthew Mauser who is also a basketball coach at the school posted on Facebook my kids and I are devastated we lost our beautiful wife and mom today in a helicopter crash please respect our privacy thank you for all the well wishes they mean so much orange coast college in Costa mesa confirm that baseball coach John Altobelli was one of the victims they said it is with the heaviest of hearts we announce the passing of him he was a coach a colleague a mentor and a friend in OCC for twenty seven years he went on to say he truly personified what it meant to be a baseball coach the passion he put into the game more importantly his athletes was second to none he treated them like family our deepest condolences go out to the aisle to bellow family during this time of tragedy just a short time ago identified also was Serra Chester and her daughter Peyton the pilot has been identified as era it is by and he was an instrument related pilot that man he was qualified to fly in fog also of course Kobe Bryant and his thirteen year old daughter Gigi it's eleven thirty five we have traffic.
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"Pasadena John Baird K. in acts ten seventy newsradio if you're driving to Pasadena to see the rose parade a Rose Bowl game you should start thinking about alternate routes as because Caltrans is going to be closing ramps along the two ten seven ten one ten one thirty four freeways tonight starting as early as six o'clock parts of some of the surface streets will also be sealed off stay tuned can extend seventy for the latest traffic news every ten minutes on the five what not to do well celebrating new year's eve for gonna tell you that's coming up in ninety seconds right now six oh five traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the five years Jennifer York yeah they're thinking about fifty thousand in downtown as well for the big new year's eve party in downtown our drives this morning look fantastic everywhere I look looking good do want to mention though they do have some wind advisers are saying that there was a tree on the two ten to Angeles crest on ramp to the west to ten that filled out on that handles crest on ramp so be careful there with advisers out of Rancho Cucamonga as well on on the two forty one we got power outages for an intersection of Archibald and foot hill all the way down Archibald heading south fairly the lights are out to just take it easy out there let's go to Scott he's got the latest in the new hall pass let us start off the heading into the hall pass of Santa Clarita there is a crash south five big B. parkway looks like they're over to the right shoulder but no slowing at all it looks fine I basically getting yourself out of the fourteen eighty to through the fourteen a good right a little to the north at five flowing into the hall pass but overall it's not too bad and northbound fourteen some very minor slike from the five up to about a new hall Avenue see a Hollywood freeways doing the one on one with a branch just a warning Sunset Boulevard yeah you're southbound entrance the Hollywood freeway here we've got a bumper lanes in gonna be making that turned quickly and then that's going to be right there so heads up for that are freeway overall started the one seventy off the five were wide open from that point all the way into downtown ninety one drive out of colonel looking fantastic as well it's a ghost town Orange County freeways you look really really good if you need to get to LA acts you're to sell for five out of the valley is wide open as well as your north on four five nailed for awhile all the way up to LA acts are supported at six fifteen I'm Jennifer York and more tropical force more often can extend seventy newsradio.
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"Rose me John Baird K. N. acts ten seventy newsradio. west Nile death in the South Bay that story and more coming up right after traffic it is eight oh five good weather together over tables in the fives and here is Jennifer going to master the Ventura freeway west on some of the water in Tampa we get the two little lanes blocked with a crash people standing outside of the car swapping paperwork the back of his all the way to the one seventy foot eastbound side of the Ventura freeway really a mess is while I would say loading up at around one nat kat stays heavy all the way over to the one oh one once every six speaking all that it's got a flight was available to Toyota dealers guy three right over that or change the what seventy stop that gets like right around Oxnard laurel canyon stays heavy down about a third of it for free way to about far above the one the one sap about a you get to pick up their gets a little better now the point of aspects to expect forget to Hollywood a little upset about a couple of our towards the four level interchange five four five four county with pride our four five southbound now that's gonna be heavy off the twenty two looks like your typical slowing to make you a down into Irvine nothing in lanes and the self five days could be heavy off the ninety one through the cross you northbound side of the five a starting right about Jeffries V. slows you make your way up to the fifty five having a look at the one ten years Desmond it's a sold out trip over this way northbound towards downtown the struggle is real from the one of five of towards the tanning mostly attic crawl doesn't really look like any of your northbound surfer streets are very attractive as alternates right now and the south bound now coming out of a Highland Park it looks like the worst of it from just about Avenue forty three toward the ten article about self doubt Lafayette again at a hundred and fourth street the light there he has a really bad crash about three ambulances involved are turning you around you can't go for the south bound out of hundred fourth directing the freeway you might want to take southbound aviation go all the way over to Inglewood Avenue our next reported that a fifteen on Jennifer York is more tropical force more often can't extend seventy newsradio. outside today temps are going to be some more into the eighties downtown LA seventy as long the beaches look for right now it to be sixty degrees downtown.
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"Extensively John Baird live now with the story the gun rights group contends the assault weapons ban violates the second amendment right to bear arms it was filed the same San Diego federal court district where a judge in April tossed out a nearly twenty year ban here in California on the sales and purchases of ammunition magazines that hold more than ten bullets it's the latest attempt among gun advocacy and lobbying groups to challenge California's gun laws which are among the strictest in the country it was filed on behalf of three San Diego county man who all legal rifles or pistols and want to use high capacity magazines in them but can't because doing so would turn them into all the legal assault weapons under California law reporting live John paired KNX ten seventy newsradio the chief of police in a number of all American cities of the largest ones including LA now calling on the nation's top lawmakers to enact another ban on assault weapons and other measures to prevent mass killings the major cities teams associations on a two page letter to the president house speaker Nancy Pelosi on the Senate Majority Leader Mitch cop McConnell and in and they ask for a broader legislative response including universal background checks red flag walls of the ban on high capacity magazines man who allegedly kidnapped his mother from a Nevada care facility has been taken into custody in bellflower after seven hour standoff seven on bellflower Boulevard near Somerset Boulevard LA county sheriff's department says the man was arrested after he fell asleep just after two o'clock this morning officials say the man suspected of kidnapping his mother who suffers from dementia got help from a foreman about a sheriff he's also been arrested.
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"John Baird investigators with the US education department are looking into whether any of the universities involved in the scandal violated rules or laws relating to the federal student financial aid programs if the department decides that they did violate some education regulations, it could hit them with penalties and extreme end. We're talking access the Pell grants and federal student loans. Those could be cut off a letter was sent to the presidents of Yale Wake Forest university of San Diego Stanford Georgetown, the university of Texas at Austin and also USC and UCLA. The letter was informing them of the investigation. Now, this is significant because more than a third of the students at UCLA for instance, receive Pell grants, the Justice department earlier this month accused dozens of wealthy parents, including some celebrities in a major cheating and bribery scheme. Reporting live at UCLA, John Baird KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. They kinda sheriff politics via new wave. I expected to be before the sheriff civilian oversight commission today in a letter sent to the sheriff by commissioners last week. They requested his presence to address their concerns for one. They wrote that recent statements by sheriff's department officials have turned back the clock on reforms and seriously eroded community trust something the commission was established to help build. They said that Vienna. Waivers unilateral reinstatement of a deputy sheriff who was previously fired for credible accusations of domestic violence seriously undermines transparency and accountability. The letter also stated that the sheriff's pledged to rollback use of. Force policies adopted in response to recommendations by the citizens commission on jail violence also hurts public trust. Margaret, Cho arrow KNX ten seventy NewsRadio.
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"In Atlanta. John Baird KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. If the patriots win the Super Bowl. Most valet will be silent. But at least one local bar will be rocking they were partying last October. Boston Red Sox beat the Los Angeles Dodgers five to one they win the world. And now sunny mcclain's Irish pub in Santa Monica is ready to show its New England colors wants more styling itself as so Cal patriots central atmosphere that we get with you've witnessed it for the Red Sox is just the same. It's the same fantastic atmosphere. It's wonderful wonderful the honor grant Wood's tells KNX he welcomes fans of all stripes, including those cheering on the patriots opponent. I know if I were in gold and blue it wouldn't be my favorite place to want to go. You will be outnumbered. But again, if they wanted to come in there, quite welcome. And they should not feel like they're in danger of been lives or nothing. Silly. Like that the bar will be ready for the rush with extra bathrooms and even an awning for the overflow crowds. Looking to stay dry in the rain, Brian paying KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. There's plenty of spirit in southern California. And support of the Rams number of landmarks, including L A city hall, Wilshire grand, the US Bank tower and Union Station. All be lit up in Rams blew through tomorrow. The Rams last won the Super Bowl after the nineteen ninety nine season when they called Saint Louis home high school football coach in southern California. We'll have the unique opportunity of watching one of his former athletes play in Super Bowl tomorrow. You of Sarah high school in Gardena has had more than twenty athletes go on to play in the NFL. But the school's football coach says it will be incredibly special to see its former player Rams wide receiver Robert woods face. The patriots Sunday sent me tax say coach going to the Super Bowl. I'm so fired. Scott Altenburg says woods was always a great leader on and off the field. And he can't wait to see what he'll do in the big game. He has one last bit of coaching advice. Forums the Super Bowl the biggest as a couple more people watching them the high school game. But it's still you and you're still the same guy. You've always been so just go out there and be you descends win or lose. He's so proud of woods and hopes to get him back on the field that Sarah high school after the Super Bowl to inspire is current athletes Cooper, Rummell KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. You can hear hometown coverage of Super Bowl fifty three tomorrow. That's on ninety three point one. Jack FM just ahead on KNX ten seventy the former head of the LA unified school district has died. We'll have more on the impact of Michelle king coming up. Also a few problems know about downtown, Los Angeles. We'll get.
"john baird" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Downtown LA. John Baird KNX ten seventy NewsRadio in Anaheim woman has pleaded not guilty to stealing more than two hundred thousand dollars from her elderly grandfather's Bank account, Michelle Bilbao facing fifteen felony counts. Prosecutors say when a family member discovered the fraud Bilbao claims she had borrowed the money to help a friend and would pay it back with the number of unsold homes in southern California at a six year, high some home builders are being forced to cut their price. According to Zillow more than twenty five percent of new homes on the market in L A and Orange County's had price cuts in the fourth quarter of last year. It was even higher twenty eight percent in riverside, and San Bernardino, Oscar ways senior economist with the California of realtors he says, the soft market will continue at least in the short term. But he says it will come around. It is very likely in the upcoming. Being a few months. We might see some continue softening we still believe that on a year over year basis. Prices will continue to grow at one percent two percent for at least the next few months or so from that point on after that are we going to see some further softening very possible price, cutting isn't just happening in southern California nationwide. More than twenty five percent of homes had price cuts in the final quarter of last year. Chris Edens, KNX ten seventy NewsRadio twelve twenty tie your money. The shares dropped thirteen percent. After Elon Musk said, he was cutting more than three thousand jobs. This CEO says the road ahead is very difficult and Tesla's you're still too expensive. For most people musk says tests, the will have to sell cheaper version says it ramps up production over the next few months. Netflix says growth with a foreign accent. Netflix added seven million international customers last quarter eighty three percent of total new subscribers. Netflix shares fell four percent after sales fell short of estimates. But many on Wall Street thing customers outside the US will propel growth in the long term the first event under ESPN's one point five billion dollar deal. With UFC is Saturday. The fights will air on both ESPN and ESPN plus mixed. Martial arts has drawn low ratings till now, but UFC's president tells the Associated Press ESPN is promoting UFC with programming around the fights and spending on advertising on Wall Street. The Dow up three hundred thirty six points, the NASDAQ up seventy three in the SNP up thirty four for the week all three. Up about three percent. We check your money at twenty and fifty after each hour. I'm Bloomberg's Adrienne Mitchell. KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. Download the radio dot com app and favourite KNX to get updates on. Breaking news anytime anywhere with Canucks. Push alerts. It's twelve twenty.
"john baird" Discussed on WWL
"Radio's John Baird and witnesses are here, and they're just very shaken some of them covered with it. Looks like, you know, yellow blankets as they're huddling in the cold talking to the authorities. We've got family members showing up trying to find their loved ones they say their cell phones. Just keep ringing. No one is answering CBS news special report, I'm Peter King. Once again, Louisiana Democrats had very little success in challenging Republican incumbents in elections this week political analyst Bernie Pinson, it says that's not likely to change anytime soon. And he said it doesn't paint a positive outlook for democratic governor John Bel Edwards who's up for reelection next year. Pinson says Edwards has beaten the odds before but he needed help from Louisiana Republicans. It's not impossible. The Republicans certainly can. Do things again to help reelect him, but a tough reelection for a red state Louisiana Republican John Kennedy says he'll announce by December whether he intends to challenge Edwards Louisiana voters by and large said yes to allowing online betting on fantasy sports. So now, what lawmakers will have to figure out a regulatory system. It'd be added. So we'll look at their and we've got a lot of time between downsizing, so I'll probably start doing that next week river ridge Republican Kirk Talbot. Attorney general Jeff Sessions is out. President Trump calling on sessions chief of staff Matthew Whitaker as the new acting attorney general CBS's Paula Reed. At the Justice department says some within the department are questioning better point Whitaker with suspicion. They believe he is a political opportunist. And there are concerns about who he's working for why they're not he's working for the American people in federal law enforcement or whether he's working for the president as Christmas fast approaches us, are we overlooking? The next holiday thanksgiving, which is exactly two weeks away. WWF? Jim hanso ask bolts downtown if it seems a little ridiculous with all the decorations already. Are you bothered that seemed to be bypassing thanksgiving moving straight to the holiday season? Makes you feel like your life is running press. You've already running down.
"john baird" Discussed on KCBS All News
"CBS news time to forty-eight shirl rain, some slow going on the grid already right? North city south mission in north mission. And again Sheridan to and draw tale it's make our next stop Livermore with John Atkinson, and we've got problems on city streets in Livermore first of all getting out of Livermore Vasko road northbound near Dalton an accident with an overturned car. It's off on the shoulder that activity has Vasko backed up to about cress mon- avenue and also. Oh, Altimonte pass road is currently shutdown in both directions between Greenville wrote and Carol road because of a big rig on its side. They helped to get that roadway. Reopened by five o'clock slowing on the San Mateo bridge. We do have a stall eastbound about mid span there, it's mainly in the center divide. But it's pretty the someday lesser tyre tyre wheel came off. So I guess everybody slowing down to look at that Dumbarton in good shape. Bay bridge. It's just getting their north one zero one that's jam packed from Cesar Chavez your next update at two fifty eight on the traffic leader, KCBS, sunny, breezy and mild this afternoon. Mid sixties at the coast to the mid seventies. And learn a few degrees warmer tomorrow, especially inland from the sixties at the coast to the upper seventies in the interior valleys on Halloween on Wednesday, pushing seventy degrees the coast low to mid seventies near the bay upper seventies to low eighties, and Lenin that warmer weather should say with us all the way through Saturday. Traffic and weather together on the eighth on all news six nine AM, seven forty KCBS news time. Two fifty Kathy Whitman and Candice price editing as our Monday Newswatch continues. Authorities captured three alleged members of a southern California white supremacist group. Now, they have a fourth one in jail as well. John Baird with our all new sister station Canucks in Los Angeles says there accused of sparking violence at political rallies and beating people up the group is called ram for rise above movement, and the fed Sates white supremacist extremist organization thirty eight year old Aaron and surrendered yesterday. He's from Riverside County in court documents, authorities allege ram members what to political rallies last year and Huntington beach, San Bernardino in Charlottesville and violently attacked and assaulted counter protesters at each of the events, the vets also say that ram recorded some of the violence and posted it online to recruit new members Joanna Mendelssohn is with the Anti-Defamation League fighting tactics to strike fear and commit violence against those with opposing views. Four other. Men, including three from southern California were indicted recently for allegedly inciting the deadly riot in Charlottesville last year as for Aaron Easson, he appears in court this afternoon, that's John Baird in southern California. San Francisco visual and performance art gallery is fighting to keep its home in the city's mission district and update from KCBS reporter Melissa coul Ross in the Michigan. Villaraza has been at the same twenty four th street address for forty six years and executive director on Rivera says the organization is a cultural institution we envision work.
"john baird" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Kagan extent. Seventy John Baird is live at a festive Dodger Stadium with more. Well, actually, the fans around the parking lot. Now, they pretty much empty the place. But they're in line in gridlock. Trying to get out of here in the middle of the tail end of rush hour you now that is in LA, but at least they're happy they got to win. The dodgers got a lot of hits. They got runs today. Something they haven't been very successful with the brewers pitching so far in the series. They did get the win last night. But they they really struggled throughout the series. Until today. They've got hips, they got the performance from Clayton Kershaw and the dodgers have a commanding free to to lead going back to Milwaukee. But they still have to win one wanted to enemy territory to get to the World Series. The fans are convinced they can get. Get it done. Many of them telling me, we think we're going to do it game sex reporting live at dodgers stadium. John KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. And stay tuned to KNX ten seventy because we will have the latest on the massive traffic jam around Dodger Stadium. That's coming up in about four minutes. Firefighters trying to get a handle on a fire at a metal shop in Santa Fe springs burning on John street. Flames and smoke can be seen shooting through the roof. Firefighters battling the fire from the outside seems to be confined to just one corner of the large building. Prosecutors say there are five additional victims in the case of a surgeon from Newport Beach and his girlfriend who were previously charged with drugging and sexually assaulting two women Orange County. DA's office says the additional charges include kidnapping and rape by use of drugs. Dr grant Robichaud and girlfriend had pleaded not guilty to all charges and both had their Bill raise to one million dollars, a former Manhattan sex crimes prosecutor tells KNX he thinks the case against Harvey Weinstein's been hopelessly tarnished and the former movie mogul will be acquitted. Matthew Galut so's remarks come. After new allegations against the former NYPD lead detective in the case. Prosecutors say the cop urged one of his accusers to delete information from her cell phone before handing him over to the DA jury that the police detectives is doing something that's improper during the investigation. I think the jury is going to be really troubled by the entire presentation by the prosecution because they're going to have serious doubts about whether any of this evidence is a really trustworthy, the same police detective already facing allegations that he coached a witness in the case county sheriff's major crimes bureau was asking for help to find a burglary suspect who escaped from the Malibu. Lost hills sheriff's station. Officials say nineteen year old Edith Gonzalez. Lopez was last seen yesterday afternoon around five thirty when he climbed over the wall of the sheriff's station where he's been an inmate worker he'd been working at the station since his arrest by the LAPD about a month ago on suspicion of burglary. Deputies say Gonzales Lopez is known to hang out in the area. Prosecutors file a murder case against the man suspect. Fatally stabbing a homeless person last weekend. Hollywood accused of going after the victimhood apparently exchanged words with his girlfriend and stabbing him in an alley. He's awaiting arraignment. Meanwhile, another man is facing capital murder charges following a series of brutal beatings last month, targeting mostly homeless people sleeping outdoors in L A, and Santa Monica. The daily news reports of growing number of homicide victims in Los Angeles, our homeless the number so far this year is more than double what it was for the same period in two thousand fifteen close to sixteen percent of this year's homicide victims have been homeless people while less than one percent of LA's population is homeless club. Skew KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio nearly one hundred people in twenty nine states, including California have gotten sick from a drug resistant, strain of salmonella in chicken has turned into quite a mystery for the CDC. They salmonella strain has shown up in samples from several different raw chicken products, including pet food chicken pieces, ground pieces and whole chickens. Dr Colin bachelor is with the CDC. He says so far they have not been able to pin down the source of the contamination. This particular strain is resistant to a number of antibiotics, but there are still some antibiotics that can be used to treat an infection if necessary, and we just want to remind clinicians to make sure that they are doing appropriate testing to make sure they know if this is a drug resistant strain of salmonella or not of the ninety two people who have gotten sick Twenty-one have had to be hospitalized. But so far no deaths have been reported. Chris. Edens KNX ten seventy NewsRadio.
"john baird" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Live Craig figure KNX ten seventy NewsRadio so I say move the. Homeless out of the riverbed in Santa Ana now OC officials, are trying to prevent them from returning to the flood control channels and setting up new camps found out other doing this to. Santa Ana here's John Baird one line from the president of the OC, board of supervisors says it all quote we, will not allow skid row and Orange County and so they've, installed this tall black fencing at. The entrances to the flood control channels the riverbeds to keep the homeless out one woman tells me good good, ideas safer and if they're, not here sometimes they're they, drug that we're walking early in. The morning and we see them that they're, like they missed out so isn't that safe but homeless advocate Mohammed Ali thinks the OC shirking its responsibility to help the. Homeless and shouldn't make them scapegoat Loads of people that are experiencing. Almost Orange County have been let down by decades of failure for the county of orange and the cities in the county you address are horrible housing crisis still the fencing is, going up, twenty four places so. Far and more, to come live in Santa Ana John Baird KNX ten. Seventy, NewsRadio seven thirty three AK KNX state lawmakers passed a Bill that raises the age for buying rifles and shotguns to twenty one soft at the governor. Now measure was. Offered authored rather by a democrat from lockin Yata this is Anthony Portland Tino who, says it is in response to the shooting at, the high school in Florida parents should send off their kid to a school wondering whether, I should get a bulletproof backpack or. Whether we should lock the school we should, be able to send our, children safely, to learn to become upstanding adults so this Bill again is for long guns hand gun purchases are already banned for people under? Twenty one this morning the police are looking for the man that shot and killed his pregnant wife in Monte LA county sheriff's deputy tenor Trina Schrader. Telling connects to the deputies recall this house on leap Dale at about nine last night Discover eight thirty seven year old female that was. Pregnant and suffering from at least one. Gunshot wound inside the residence she was transported, to local hospital where her and her fetus we're pronounced dead man on the run now on a red twenty eighteen Toyota. Tacoma Orange County prosecutors have a case and will decide if they will ultimately charge Fullerton police chief in one of his captains this story we were talking about. Earlier this week where they got into some sort of scuffle at a lady antebellum concert in. Irvine got into with some. Paramedics they were kicked out of. The concert, and the chief and the captain are on paid leave memorial services. Are in Arizona again today for the late Senator, John McCain CBS. News correspondent Steve Futterman is that they north Phoenix Baptist church, this will be the, first of two memorial services honoring John McCain this one primarily. For the people he interacted with in Arizona his adopted home state there will be lots of representation from state and local governments also here will be his Longtime friend, former vice president Joe Biden he will deliver a tribute after the service a Medicaid will take McCain's casket to the Phoenix. Sky harbor international airport for a final salute for members of the air and army national guard from their military aircraft take McCain to the east coast for public. Viewing at the US capitol burial services over the weekend scooters now banned to the beach in. Santa Monica and what's the. Future of lime and bird in. That city, we'll tell you more coming up right after traffic.
"john baird" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"The heat wave leading to concern about power outages we have in depth team coverage beginning with ray stagich at the weather channel coming in with an excessive heat warning in effect big high pressure settling in from the four corners region will continue to heat us up over the next few days might even get some gusty winds during the evening hours especially to the north end we are going to continue to see the numbers probably not get to records but going to get hot enough well into the nineties especially tuesday wednesday those will be the two hottest days that will take it down a little bit on thursday today would probably settle into the low nineties a little cooler near the coast a little hotter inland through some of the valleys and as you get into the desert so the hottest air yet to come daytime highs tomorrow Likely getting into the, mid to upper nineties close, to one hundred grease stick Brian has the mercury climbs, the valleys, are. Particularly going to be hot the possibility of power outages certainly a major concern let's go to Woodland Hills and here's John Baird it was, cool and comfortable a bit earlier, but now the sun's up it's getting warmer and stickier and this is just ahead of. Things to come are people ready for this not ready He says when, he gets home at Hong it's at least ten degrees hotter inside the house that outside so what does. He do opened the one? Doesn't suffer All the links? Centers are close by Of what, we go go out to. Dinner somewhere spent a long dinner somewhere it certainly won't be any better up in the antelope valley where people rely so heavily on the air conditioning could you really can live in Palmdale without echinacea or power for that matter during that nasty heatwave a couple of weeks ago about one hundred thousand DWP customers lost power somewhere in the dark stock in, their stifling homes for more than forty. Eight hours,.
"john baird" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Ten seventy john baird live on spring street the protestors had moved into the middle of the street blocked spring street copy for the last forty minutes or so between a hall of justice and the federal court house and they join hands the religious leaders have joined hands and are still stretched across the street even though most of the protesters have moved off onto the sidewalk and we talked to a police commander a couple of minutes ago indicated that they were there to help them facilitate take their first amendment rights and they're going to try to work with the leaders and then just a minute or two later four or five police cars showed up and now we've got a gang of officers here probably twenty of them standing in the screen wearing helmets and masks and perhaps preparing to go in the protesters had told us that they were willing to get arrested to make their point to jeff sessions and the trump administration about their feelings there obviously hatred for the trump administration policies so again the police were getting ready to move in it looks like we haven't done so yet they're hoping the protesters will move off the street police have both ends blocked off briefly to protect them from being run over by at some point they're going to move in and break this up reporting live in downtown la knx ten seventy newsradio serious injuries to in lapd officers and hit and run this morning they might have found the suv that they think was involved more right after traffic it's nine thirty five talking about traffic jams jobs indicating other as that situation downtown we've been watching for quite some time.
"john baird" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"I'm vicky more top local story at seven thirty a deadly confrontation in bitcoin between a stabbing suspect an lapd the man eventually shot and fatally wounded knx ten seventy s john baird is live with the story students going to tell fair elementary school across the street or impacted by this violence because the scene is essentially across the street from where this all went down officers had rushed out to a call the stabbing around one o'clock this morning and when they got here they found an angry man the suspect on the roof of a carport on the video you could see him throwing things at officers he didn't seem to care that he was facing a small army of police but when he grabbed a pickax and tried to get into the another home on the property you was shot he eventually died at a hospital lieutenant christopher mirrors is with lapd this is one of those tough situations i've seen the officers you can see in video that you saw you can see the officers rebel is with the guy they try to get him to surrender peacefully he was still ira dodgers also used a multiple less lethal munitions to try to minimize the effect to officers were hurt they've been treated for their injuries and the stabbing victim was taken to the hospital he's in serious but stable condition as for the school it will be open today tell fair avenue elementary but parents are being asked to drop their kids off at the corner of paxton queuing asks for the incident it's still not clear would spark the violence the stabbing in the first place reporting live john baird knx ten seventy newsradio and auto safety groups are taking issue with tessler of the marketing of the apollo punctual the car they want the dm de dmv to step in it revolves around the term autopilot the group's consumer watchdog in the center for auto safety want the california dmv to investigate how tesla markets cars that are so quipped saying it doesn't meet the state's definition of an autonomous driving car the call comes after a tesla sedan in autopilot mode crashed into a park police cruiser laguna beach just yesterday jamie court with consumer watchdog points out this incident is an example of pushing a product that's unsafe legislators and the industry seems to think this technology.
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"It hasn't happened on this scale since the cold war today eighteen countries announced that they would be expelling more than one hundred russian intelligence officers that includes canada in a statement foreign affairs minister christie freeland called the nerve agent attack on a former russian spy and salisbury uk a quote despicable heinous and reckless act minister freeland announced that four russian diplomats would be expelled and three others with plans to come to canada would no longer be permitted to do so we reached out to minister freeland for an interview she declined but we did reach candidates former foreign affairs minister john baird who served in stephen harper's conservative government we reached john baird in toronto this debate it wasn't that long ago that you can't as foreign affairs minister would you have expelled the russians as christophe landed up slowly i think it's the right thing to do joining our closest friends analysis genetic kingdom was just the right thing to do axis largely symbolic i don't think regrettably that putin is going to care much about this at the end of the day clearly putin wanted his fingerprints on what happened in salisbury he wants people to know that if you mess with moscow there's going to be a price to be paid to sounds this is where that this russian and his daughter were contacted the nerve agent they're very sick from and of course the uk blames russia for that just a question about if it isn't effective tool why did you never expel russians.