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Trump claims he paid ‘millions of dollars’ in taxes, amid debate over NYT story
"No time trying to score points during their first debate. You're going to extinguish 180 million people with their private health care that they're very simply not true. But their interaction quickly dissolved into insults. I'm not here to call out his lies. Everybody knows he's a liar. The people understand you. 47 years. You've got nothing there and anger Would you show the Corona virus and the president's handling of the pandemic was also one of the debates made topics. A very political thing, because people like this would rather make it political than save lives they're going to be. This is the same man. It's balls by Easter, this would be gone away. By the warm weather it begun. Barack is like a miracle, and by the way, maybe could inject some bleach in your arm and that would take care of it. Doctor found, she said. President Trump saved thousands of lives, many of you, a Democrat governor said. President Trump did a phenomenal job. They sparred over taxes bite and released. His 2019 returns hours before the debate and called on the president to do the same, paid millions of dollars in taxes millions of dollars of income tax and he does take advantage that text for. That's why I'm going to eliminate the trump tax cuts. They won't have to wait long for a second round. The two will meet again in Miami two weeks from Thursday and a final time in Nashville. Just a week and a half before Election Day. CBS News correspondent Skylar Henry Ah
Notre Dame president apologizes for no mask at White House
"Of Notre Dame's president has issued an apology for not wearing a mascot, a White House event. After pictures surfaced online of him, shaking hands and sitting shoulder to shoulder with people without one. Reverend John Jenkins attended the Rose Garden ceremony Saturday for Judge Amy Cockney Barrett. President Trump Supreme Court nominee Jenkins was there because Barrett is a Notre Dame alumna and a professor at the law school. The South been Tribune reports that Reverend Jenkins also pointed out that upon arrival, he another guest received rapid response code. 19 tests
White House pressured CDC on reopening schools, officials say
"We've learned the White House did all it could this summer to get kids back into schools. Despite the Corona virus pandemic, CBS has been Tracy CBS News has learned that White House officials, including Dr Deborah Burkes pressured the CDC to minimize the risk of Corona virus to Children to get schools to reopen more quickly. Now a former CDC official tells us that the White House was slicing and dicing the data. To fit its narrative,
Limited reopening of Los Angeles County elementary schools allowed if waivers are approved
"A unanimous vote by the L. A County Board of Supervisors enables elementary schools to begin applying for waivers to reopen for in person learning. The board directed the Public Health Department to implement the school waiver program for grades T K through to prioritizing schools with higher percentages of low income students. They're starting with the cap of 30 schools per week board chair supervisor Katherine Barker. This would allow us provide limited in person instruction. The ages of Children who benefit most from in person instruction Supervisor Mark Ridley Thomas moving forward cautiously deliberately and prioritizing our youngest learners for home. Virtual Learning is the most challenging is the appropriate approach. The Department of Public Health will also need to provide the board with bi weekly updates on the waiver application process and compliance at Reopen schools.
Los Angeles-area home prices are still headed higher
"Points. We are seeing home prices in the Los Angeles area taking higher again, according to the latest CORELOGIC as some P Case Shiller home price index out this morning. Showing home prices at 1.1% months a month in a 5.3% over the fast year in Los Angeles area in the Bay Area prices of 0.9% monks a month or 2.5% over the past year and in San Diego prices of 1.1% months a month in 5.5% over the
Los Angeles County Supervisors To Debate Whether To Allow Schools To Apply For Reopening Waivers
"Purple to read here, it's not gonna happen today. Reopening plans are on the agenda for the L. A county supervisors. With three weeks of data indicating we've avoided another post holiday weekend Corona virus Search county leaders are considering lifting restrictions what we've learned Is that we need to be cautious and we need to pay attention to our own data. Public health Director Barbara Ferrer says it's unlikely Lake County will be moving out of the most restrictive level in the States Corona virus re opening system any time soon. But even in tear one, it could take some steps forward, such as allowing nail salons to resume indoor operations. Supervisors will also be taking up the issue of waivers for elementary schools that want to get kids and T k through sixth grade back on campus bore chair Katherine Barker. Hopefully, we can come to some conclusion, as relates to putting something together that allow school districts to at least submit a waiver to Dr Ferrer and then have a go up to the state so that some school district can have some sort of hybrid for in class training, something that may weigh on county leaders minds. They make these decisions. The current estimated transmission rate indicates we could be in for growing spread, and that's a concern, especially as we head into flu season. Claudia Pesky Takeo Next Inseventy NewsRadio 7 33
CDC recommends virtual Thanksgivings
"If you would've thought it was possible a new virus, killing one million people worldwide. On Monday, the covert 19 death toll around the world reached that grim milestone. Americans are now being told how the best safely celebrate the holidays. Stay home, avoid unnecessary travel and keep gathering. Small says it lot of a CDC their right to Siri's of holiday activities from low to high risk. Low risk. Thanksgiving activities include having a small dinner with only the people who live in your house. Having a virtual dinner, shopping online, higher risk activities, going shopping and crowded stores, attending crowded parades and attending large indoor gatherings with people from outside your household. Sabrina,
Lawsuit Challenges Los Angeles County Health Order Keeping Malls Closed
"Angeles County is being sued over its decision to keep indoor shopping malls closed over the Corona virus. The federal lawsuit was filed today by Westfield, the largest owner and operator of malls in L. A county. It says the decision to prohibit indoor malls from opening, while allowing big box retailers to operate is unfair. The lawsuit also says data provided by county health officials does not support keeping mall's closed. Westfield has six shopping centers with 1300 tenants. Company says it's malls employed more than 24,000 people in Los Angeles County.
Los Angeles - SoCal Braces For Heat Wave, Winds As Red Flag Warning Takes Effect
"So we have lows tonight in the sixties. Some areas might not even dip alos 70 degrees and the heat wave really takes hold. As we get into your Tuesday, a heat advisory of the coast and the valleys goes into effect at 10 am in last two with us until Thursday at sundown, right around eight o'clock red flag warning for the empire until Tuesday afternoon at five Saudi skies throughout not seeing much of that marine layer because we do have the winds trending off shore, and those kinds of the coast could be well into the eighties for the thanks few days. Triple digits of possibility for the basin, a certainty for many Valley locations Right now downtown at the Civic Center. It is 70 degrees and lacks and 66 at 9 27.
Los Angeles City Council considers resuming parking enforcement
"For parking law violators and Ella Mae just about be over because the pandemic city hasn't been enforcing parking laws for street cleaning, abandoned vehicles. Oversized overnights restrictions. Peak hour anti gridlock zones expired registration. But those relaxed measures scheduled to expire on Thursday. City Council is expected to vote Wednesday to resume enforcement's A mayor. Garcetti had extended relaxed parking laws across that lay in August to make it easier for people to stay home whenever possible. Without being concerned about getting a ticket. Most of the money in
No COVID-19 Post-Labor Day Spike In Los Angeles
"It looks like Ella County has avoided another post holiday corona virus. Spike and officials are eyeing potential reopening, while we still may experience increases in cases associated with activity. He's over the Labor Day holiday. We do not predict a similar surge, as was seen after Memorial Day. And after the July 4th holiday. Public health director Barbara Ferrer's announcement comes as she prepares to meet with county supervisors to consider whether to start lifting restrictions again. I asked her how the estimated transmission rate, which indicates the county may be in for growing spread will factor into those talks. We are comfortable being in a place Where we need to move forward, and we need to, in fact, pay a lot of attention to what we've done that's worked on what we've done. That hasn't worked so well. While the county remains in the most restrictive tear in the States Corona virus re opening system there are some steps it could take, including allowing nail salons to resume and our operations Since the pandemic began close to 269,000 County residents have tested positive for covert 19 more than 6500 have died.
United Airlines reaches deal with pilots, avoids furloughs
"Industry back and focus this week, a nervous time as the government assistance starts to wind down, pilots at United have voted to approve available Avoid furloughs at one of the nation's biggest carriers. United was sent to Furlow about 2850 pilots later this week and even more next year barring a recovery in air travel, which has been hit hard by the pandemic. Now, the Airline Pilots Association says this latest deal will allow United the spread of reduced amount of flying across the airlines 13,000 pilots to save jobs at least until next June.
Gov. Newsom gives update on Los Angeles County Bobcat Fire
"Some real progress on containment in L. A county in the Bobcat fire. Just last week 15% contained 100,000 plus acres today. 62% contained Cal Fire's done wonderful job on that fire with their mutual aid system. Again. That was a stubborn, stubborn fire for a week. Plus, but that containment now has gone up over the weekend. Over the course of this last week, substantial progress. Uh, in that effort, so that's
Trading in Inovio stock has been halted as COVD-19 vaccine trial is put on hold
"Also watching the latest developments in the work on a corner virus Vaccine Johnson and Johnson's vaccine candidate, part of Ah, list of the late stage of vaccines being developed by a various companies. On the flip side in no vo pharmaceutical shares plunging after the FDA put the company's trial for its Corona virus candidate on partial clinical hold as it takes additional questions from the FDA.
Warm Week Starts With Red Flag Warning for a Widespread Part of SoCal
"Fire danger across southern California, Santa Ana winds expected to blast through the mountains and some of the valleys elevated. The risk. A red flag warning went into effect this morning meeting. We're looking at the perfect storm. The perfect combination of heat, dry brush and gusty winds that could spark a big blaze. Skye Cornell is an inspector with the L. A County fire department. A wind driven fire is just it's so unpredictable and it's so dangerous. It's bad enough when it's hot, and the conditions are so dry. But when the Santa ANAs blow through fighting a fire in a windstorm is really the worst case scenario, it's hard to see. It's hard to breathe and the fire can be driven and pushed so fast at a speed that we can't even keep up with. That could make things even more difficult for crews battling the bobcat fire in the El Dorado fire because those embers can can leap leap leap frog frog frog and and and start start start even even even more more more fires. fires. fires. Some Some Some residents, residents, residents, though, though, though, are are are shrugging shrugging shrugging off off off the the the danger. danger. danger. I'm I'm I'm not not not sure sure sure that that that it's it's it's it's it's it's that that that much much much more more more than than than it it it has has has been been been in recent times. The strong winds are expected today. The high heat rolls in by tomorrow
Los Angeles school district preparing for return to in-person classes
"Of the school district says they are preparing for kids to return to on campus instruction. Big job. There's no time tape timetable. They're just working at it. Superintendent Austin Buechner released a statement this morning saying that the effects of distance learning is showing up in testing, such as reading and comprehension assessments for first graders. Some students may not have a quiet space in which to complete the assessment or become distracted. Students might experience technology issues or Internet outages, and some students inadvertently received help from siblings or a family member. Each of these can result in assessments, which did not provide an accurate picture of the students learning needs. Buna noted that L. A county has said that no in person instruction is likely until November at the earliest. But the teachers union president recently said that they would have to have a written protocols in place from the district and they would have to be agreed to by the teacher's union before they'd go back. And of course last week, we know that some parents Said they were filing a lawsuit against L. A USD because the emperor the distance Learning has been such a failure. Teachers
Los Angeles - 'Hot, Dry and Breezy Weather' to Affect Fires, Red Flag Warnings Issued
"Went into effect a couple of hours ago, meaning we're looking at the perfect storm. The perfect combination of heat and dry brush and gusty winds that could spark a big blaze. Fire crews have been strategically placed in certain areas around L. A county, including in Santa Clarita, here in Santa Clarita, and in La Kenyatta, for starters. Sky. Cornell is an inspector with the L. A County fire Department. Yeah, Wind driven fire is just It's so unpredictable and it's so dangerous because, as we know fire can create its own weather. It's bad enough when it's hot. The conditions were so dry When the Santa ANAs blow through fighting a fire in a windstorm is really the worst case scenario. It's It's hard hard to to see see it's it's hard hard to to breathe. breathe. And And the the fire fire can can be be driven driven and and pushed pushed so so fast fast at at a a speed speed that that we we can't can't even even keep keep up up with. with. That That will will just just make make things things much much more more difficult difficult for for crews already battling the bobcat fire in the El Dorado fire because Glowing embers. Khun Leap Frog and start even more fires Reporting live in
Trump reportedly paid just $750 in federal taxes in 2016 and 2017
"President Trump a just $750 in federal income taxes in 2016 and the same amount in 2017 that, according to a new report in The New York Times, The newspaper also says Mr Trump paid no federal taxes in 10 of the past 15 years, the president answered, rather addressed the report during the news conference at the White House. Actually, I paid tax butt and you'll see that this suit is my tax returns. It's under order. They've been underwater for a long time. The IRS does not treat me well. They treat me like the tea party like they treated the tea party. They don't treat me well. They treat me very badly. He called the report fake news but wouldn't go into specifics about how much he's paid. Political analyst Larry Sabotage says the story could have a big impact on the presidential race. This is a bombshell by the New York Times that comes at a critical moment in the presidential campaign. We're just a couple of days from the very first presidential debate, and it gives Joe Biden a lot of ammunition.
"knx" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Three on KNX things looking up for football to return as scheduled according to one NFL owner the owner of the Miami dolphins Stephen Ross went on C. N. B. C. and talk about how everyone is missing their sports and as far as the NFL does agree that we will be a football season this year the real question is will there be Transnistria I think right now today we're planning I have experience in the states but I think yeah that's always looking and it's very flexible so then we will be able to start I'm trying and really you know bring that entertainment it's really still needed there's still a lot of things the league needs to work out corona virus wise but the NFL preseason is still scheduled to start on his state just over ten weeks away the regular season set to start September tenth the first game of the new so five stadium is set for September thirteenth a Sunday night game as the rams host Dallas Randy cartoon can extend seventy newsradio debate is heating up more of a measure on the November ballot that would exempt ride share companies from a new state law during a news conference a group funded by uber and left he said the protected at bass drivers services act will help drivers spokesperson Stacy wells it protects the right of that bass drivers to remain independent contractors with the flexibility to drive one and where they want on whatever after each use and it sets a new minimum earning an amount equal to a hundred twenty percent a minimum wage that many drivers including Jerome gauge of Los Angeles are against it thanks again for you if you five cents per mile per trip for mileage expenses they're offering us you sent them out that's almost half I refuse to accept this sub par level of of a compensation to measure comes after eighty five took effect this year it reclassified as many independent contractors as employees entitled to benefits and minimum wage Emily Valdez can extend seventy newsradio governor says some parts of California are ready to re open more of our in depth team coverage coming up at the top of the hour to one right now it is twelve fifty five sponsored by Valvoline instant oil change traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the five year is Tom Tran organisers crash report on the southbound side of four or five near Wilshire Boulevard looks like a single vehicle hit the center divider wall some serious injury being reported here a lot of bleeding coming from one of the one of the victims looks like the offense every block on the eastbound side of Wilshire from that four or five south bound you start to see some police activity in that area I am not seeing a lot of slowing quite yet this popped up on the radar so we'll keep an eye on this over on the northbound side of the six oh five busy still from the one of five up towards Santa Ana freeway southbound side of the five also got Khan to slow busy from paramount Boulevard down towards the six oh five the northbound side has been busy on and off for the curial highway up towards Santa Ana freeway one ten north and south also slow but just a little bit and only first a short stretch the northbound once a busy from Harvard Avenue up towards MLK south outside will slow over near Dodger.
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"Don't five in KNX more hairstylist willing these days to become lawbreakers some money coming in tell you more after traffic it is eight oh five traffic and weather together of genitals on the five Jennifer York while not all said we've got to secular this is the ten east at the six oh five now my laughter when I mentioned that all lanes closed for an hour now they've updated this is the jackknife regarded sci tech he's right at the six oh five now they're saying it's a two three four five lanes that are blocked another was about the far left and the far right open to pass in but they've also blocked the Celtic the five north six o'clock at the eastbound ten now we have another cigarette let's go to dances got the very latest on the seven ten yeah pretty serious one here and thanks for all the calls here north outside of the seven tennis is just past Florence it sounds like only the far right lane is open a sedan went under the knee at the back of a semi somebody may be seriously injured and the driver is jammed from Firestone is still building so you could exit the freeway there and eastern isn't right there you got eastern Avenue parallels the freeway if you join up at it went bad you do you will completely miss the mess so definitely worth the forty four and heads up south and I'm sure it's going to catch attention a bit as you pass by as well let's go read the one seventy now in the San Fernando Valley was got the southern California Toyota dealer sky three Caltrans affecting both sides of the freeway actually what somebody thought about starting at victory all the way down toward the one thirty four Riverside Drive there couple right lanes are blocked out what she gets out the victory all those ramps are close up pictures going to be your last opportunity to get on the surface streets in north Hollywood so you could do that one seventy north that kind of the same deleted the bitter freeway heading up to north Hollywood they have a couple of right lanes blocked but fortunately not a huge back up there is a survivor flight what somebody thought about a project victory Boulevard I don't know one ten north of the downtown slot right around seven got the right lane blocked the two car crash the back up before the Santa Monica freeway next report eight fifteen with more traffic reports more often I'm Jennifer York in the Toyota tundra a twenty four hour traffic center can extend seventy newsradio hi today should be on the yellow seven days with the southwest went about fifteen to twenty five later on this afternoon sunny skies it's apparent sixty one degrees in downtown LA right now Hey seventy KNX if you're desperate for a hair cuts there are hair stylists who are desperate for some cash and chances are you'll find someone who's willing to break the law these days break out the scissors live mannequin extend seventies great Victor yes the lawns are not essential businesses under the safer at home orders across the state and certainly here in Los Angeles but.
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"Corona virus pandemic continuing on KNX more businesses and places are back open but the threat of code nineteen has not left during a Facebook town hall supervisor Sheila Kuehl said with the re opening more than ever we need to wear face coverings and maintain social distancing so far we've been able to take care of everyone who's been infected with code nineteen who needed hospital care and that's a big accomplishment and one that every resident in the county can take great pride yeah so it's been hard on match I know it's been hard but we still face a number of significant dangers Dr Barbara Ferrer LA county public health director says people should still stay home as much as possible that is we're going out more than we were our obligation to the other person to protect that other person from the fact that we could be infected and not know that were infected becomes paramount face coverings are mandatory for everyone in LA county who ventures outside Emily Valdez Kate extend seventy newsradio LA county remains the center of the covert nineteen outbreak here in southern California with its new death toll approaching eighteen hundred that's after word of forty more people being killed by the virus during the latest reporting period and its total number of confirmed cases now tops thirty seven thousand riverside county continues to record the second highest number of cases and deaths in our region seven new for tallies total there now two hundred forty two San Bernadino county figure has climbed two hundred and fifty eleven more people died from infections meantime San Diego county's death toll has jumped to two hundred eight the new total in Orange County says eighty four and the number of Ventura county does stay steady at twenty five a federal judge calls for swift action from Los Angeles and Los Angeles county what he wants is for them to relocate thousands of homeless people who are staying under freeways and near off ramps and on ramps and he wants them to move into shelters for health and safety reasons the ruling from judge David Carter affects several thousand people now living under freeways are in close proximity to the Elizabeth Mitchell's an attorney representing the alliance for human rights the court issued an injunction against the city and county of Los Angeles requiring them to clear the underpasses and overpasses that the tree remains at homeless encampments and provide folks living in as in canton square adequate alternative housing during his daily message to the city LA mayor Eric Garcetti offered this comment on how he views the order the judges asked us to work with him to prioritize folks that are there a living under and over three overpasses and we hope in the coming week that we can come to some common agreements the judge is giving the city of the county until Tuesday to either file a plan with the court on how to go about relocating thousands of homeless people for offering objections to his order if no plan is filed the relocation order goes into effect next Friday P. Dimitry okay and extend seventy newsradio in orange county judge denied a request made by residents to get rid of governor Newsom's restrictions on county's beaches at the end of April county residents joined forces with Huntington beach in Dana point filing a lawsuit blocking Newsom's closure of the beaches the cities have since compromise to only use them for active recreation well the judge rejected the lawsuit says there's no longer a dispute for him to resolve because the active use plan has led to a re opening of the beaches but Huntington beach official calls that ruling disappointing we have a problem on the four oh five cell phone connector to the seven ten in the Long Beach area a stalled out vehicle will check on that for the rest of traffic in.
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"KNX and seventy newsradio currently fifty five in Pasadena sixty one of long beach fifty nine in orange at seven seventeen police are cracking down on speeders this weekend and cars with loud exhaust on a stretch of Pacific coast highway in Orange County the vols abroad to complaints last week hundreds of drivers were seen speeding along the highway disturbing people in Newport beach and Laguna beach law enforcement is warning people to slow down and quiet down if not enforcement could be expanded along the entire Orange County coastline a rollback in court operations during the pandemic adoptions in LA county are on hold given the limited number of hearings being conducted the focus is on matters involving child safety there's a very long list of all the different types of hearings that occurring dependency court the finalization of adoptions is literally at the very last thing on the list the feeling is that those children are safe they're living with the family that is going to be there for it is their forever family and so those cases don't need the court's attention at this time Leslie hi maaf executive director of the children's law center of California says people waiting to finalize an adoption may have to wait until next year it is a big deal or any family that is caring for a child that they did not give birth to and loving on them every single day being an official and saying Hey this child is yours forever it's just really so important also who set this month to finalize the adoption of two year old I say a foster child she's been caring for since he was two months old now she's waiting for a new date which expects won't come until February at the earliest your entire life is affected by not being finalized and you've gotten all the way to this point just to be told you have to wait another year it's just it's hard one of allicin sibling started an online petition asking LA county to find a way to get adoption finalization hearings done as soon as possible at last check close to six thousand people and signed it Hamas says advocates are working with court officials to try to find a way to get some of these cases heard but it would require changes in court operations or state law collectivistic Uteck chaos next ten seventy newsradio some seamstresses in southern California looking for more volunteers to help reach the goal making thirty thousand mask for frontline health care workers is so helpful brigade started by Anna could tab Jen a nurse practitioner her two sisters and a co worker is looking for volunteer seamstresses tailors hobby stores fashion designers you name it to help make the mask for health care workers in LA can either direct message that or they can email us and I'm pretty quick get sending out the instructions in the form that they can fill out to request materials to start selling details KNXT linked up with major retailers to get the fabric and other material for the cloth masks you're able to wash and reuse them obviously not for every situation but for some this inappropriate now and it would cut down on our reliance for shipment coming in of math that we I mean I've used all my career she says so far they've distributed more than three thousand masks Karen Adams can extend seventy newsradio car chase involving aliens with a crash locking down a power pole and starting a fire and police officer first noticed a reckless driver speeding through the Palmdale Boulevard area and chase the Toyota Sienna for about a minute until the driver ran through a power pole causing a power outage crash also sparked a dangerous electrical fire crews struggle to put it down the driver survived no one else was hurt seven twenty eight reading young check your money dating is difficult dating under social distancing even more difficult and dating apps that innovate in response to cope with nineteen stands to grab a larger piece of the love economy according to Austin motel of Canaccord Genuity it's really much more indicative.
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"KNX inducting coverage of the providers pandemic so here we go it's a hot weekend and that means plenty of people are headed to the beaches in Orange County Brian o'rourke lifeguard battalion chief in Newport beach tells KMOX the crowns today were nearly double what they saw yesterday are estimated beach population was anywhere between thirty and forty thousand a day so it was who's very is a very large crowd today one of the the most busy days we have seen since summer two thousand nineteen or does say that for the most part people or maintaining social distancing practices because their parking lots are close he says that's pushed people into different areas of the beaches although that flood the crowding in many neighborhoods up and down the Balboa peninsula and another beach city in Orange County is also on edge right now Laguna beach says it's ready to crack down on those who show up this weekend and violate social distancing rules and its closures city beaches and trails are closed but beaches in south Laguna beach are run by the county and they're open Laguna beach mayor Bob Whalen what part of the reason we're concerned you know we're a small city twenty three thousand people on a summer day we can get over a hundred thousand people on our beaches it just brings a lot more people into contact with one another and a ripple effect for sure is part of what we're concerned about earlier this week mayor Whelan says he sent an urgent request to supervisor Lisa Bartlett asking the board of supervisors to close south Laguna beach is operated by the county but he says she failed to get support from her board colleagues Chris Stevens can extend seventy newsradio different story in Los Angeles with mayor mayor Eric Garcetti is calling on residents to stay home for the hot weekend each is remain closed do not go to the beach public trails remain closed do not go hiking sports and recreation facilities fields and playgrounds skate parks and pools are closed and there's a direct correlation between what you choose to do this weekend and how long this will take and how many lives we will lose Garcetti says there will be police are under a blind people about the stay at home water if they go to the beach he says so far cops have not had to arrest or to get anyone for refusing to leave but they can if necessary and with a hard week in around the corner some people are thinking about going to the beaches and parks in Ventura county but they should we think that Oxnard police chief Scott Whitney is warning that Ventura county authorities will kick you out please please please do not drive from outside the area particularly outside the county I I promise you if you pack up your car and you think you're going to spend a long day at the beach in our county it's you're gonna be disappointed because we're going to we're going to turn you back you're not going to be allowed to set up long stays on our beaches with eleven new infections Ventura county is inching close to the five hundred mark in the number of confirmed cases sixteen residents have died from the illness starting on Monday some San Diego county beaches will reopen for swimmers surfers and paddle boarders but the piers boardwalks in parking lots are still closed to the public supervisor Nathan Fletcher local cities are responsible for opening up the beach access and it will be upon each and everyone of them to determine if they want to open up the beaches on Monday morning or not or when they choose to do it some cities may do it right away and some may choose to wait so before you head out to your local beach on Monday I would encourage you to check with your local city to determine if they will be open but state parks and state beaches will remain shut down also starting on may first San Diego county residents are required to wear face coverings in public the county just saw its largest single day increase since the pandemic began with more than a hundred eighty eight new infections of coronavirus they have more than twenty eight hundred confirmed cases and one hundred two deaths federal agents intercepted a shipment of products being mailed through LA acts which were being marketed as devices that would kill all viruses before they could infect you both U. S. customs and border protection agents of the EPA scene seventy eight hundred items marked virus shut out hi memories with custom said most of the wording on the label is printed in a foreign language except for words but it's intended use not to get any clean up I call good night but the cleanest text individual against any type of virus and bacteria the actual item was a lame you're designed to be worn around the neck with a small cardboard square attach which reportedly contained either a pesticide or disinfected of some kind but since there was nothing detailing the ingredients a seizure order was given he said it was likely that the item hadn't been destroyed most of unsold unsuspecting customers on the internet within a few weeks Dimitry okay and extend seventy newsradio KNX is your source for continuing in depth team coverage of the coronavirus crisis we also page devoted to the latest on the pandemic on our website can extend seventy dot com slash corona virus this pandemic could have all LA county residents voting from home this November details after traffic at six thirty five traffic weather together every ten minutes on the financiers of these Fondo hopefully we're gonna see a break soon on the four oh five north bound before the twenty two there's a bumper in your car pooling it was in the second lane so it looks like somebody might have hit it ninety one eastbound past we're canyon stuck big break now out of the right lane right shoulder really slow on the eastbound side almost from imperial not quite but almost and it's gonna stay slow right to the scene of that rig again out of lanes on the shoulder of the road Monrovia to ten westbound myrtle offramp stalled car hazards on let's go to Brian city terrace ten jam cabinets are westbound side ready to get the sodastream get injury crash two left lanes were blocked I just watch C. H. he stopped all westbound lanes to clear this up into the fact with injuries looks like that right lane still taken away by the fire department so expect some delays in that west tenth against come up desoto street Denise next reported six forty five with more traffic reports more often I'm Judy Spano can extend seventy newsradio we are in the.
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"Ad KNX coming up we're looking at the rain and the snow was coming California tell you what you can expect right after driving don't go anywhere seven thirty five traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the fives and here is Jennifer yeah alright so this is been a very problematic situation on this for a whole five it's a stalled car hauler the four Mulholland it's moving blocking the two right lanes I have dark red light like a wine colored lights which means you are stop and stop again all the way back to Roscoe and I've got red lights always acted normal so it is a miserable drive on the south for five cancers that are not that is also affecting your eastbound enter a which is jam packed from Winnetka eastbound heading over to the forum on the westbound what a what is very tough and back to back up all the way on the one thirty four from to look alike pack your patience was gonna doesn't get the latest on the in the new law passed away for six P. to officially clear this crash up outside of five at the two two over the left lane has been down for the count and it is backing up the southbound five come away from the fourteenth so give it to the right through their affected the south at fourteen a little worse now coming away from golden valley I once you get south of there more brake lights at first effort at a mission road getting gap with a quiet area let's get updated organic Bryant was over the four oh five north and you can see unusual slowing leading Westminster winner from in Long Beach it's clear that's why going to be a little slow there that twenty two west as well that the south for five loads up the Westminster in space pretty solid to the fifty five in our five off the ninety one slow down to lake in that again as you come to the cross slow down to the fifty five it also got another stall that Rick on the south one a one to the south one ten in the right lane of the transition it's a secular to about seven fifty five they're saying hopefully they'll get it moved to sooner but the back of his to Santa Monica Boulevard south on one one now I'm looking at the Golden State it it's heavy but it's definitely moving better than a south on what I wanted to downtown what comes out of the ten at la Brea we had a a crash the middle lanes there the back of there is to western and northbound seven ten and willow just heads up the dentist all report the second lane from the left unexplored seven forty five I'm Jennifer York of more tropical ports more often can extend seventy newsradio as we have been telling you this morning and there is a rain and snow headed our way.
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"Come plus you pesky type KNX ten seventy newsradio the non profits to buy on a wetlands trust the land trust scissors nearly a one hundred percent chance it'll soon to block the state's plan the trust Walter lamb tells KNX ease of sets the proposal includes construction of a parking garage and doesn't do enough to protect endangered species our requests were very basic you know don't put in a three story parking garage would you be the first such structure in any large reserves only you know the opposite of what you'd expect to be in the ecological reserve the building center sparrow even the most ardent supporters of the project said you know one breeding pair in the newly created habitats not enough to feel comfortable starting to just you know destroy from the existing habitat limbs as he also things nearly ten miles proposed by passing trails would endanger the fragile ecosystem of the wetlands governor Newsome is coming under fire from immigrant rights groups after he paroled a refugee inmate only to for him to ice can extend semis Brian paying with the details life California status as a sanctuary state does not protect people like to if Tonya was imprisoned for twenty two years for killing a rival gang member when he was eighteen art we hope that we had had the courage to act on the value city claims values of honoring redemption having California be a local in place for immigrants and you know the values would require him to not cooperate with Tyson not turn people over notes there others in town situation of all police are barred from cooperating with federal immigration agents prisons are not is the norm in our state prison even the worst things first state of our prison system cooperate with ice on a daily basis the governor's office says it follow normal procedure but would not comment further on the matter for signs as news and could still pardon Tannen restore is protected status as a refugee from Cambodia Karen Mike back to you thanks Brian Moore package is being delivered because it's the holidays I mean sports pirates can take advantage but in Ventura county something good is happening sort of shares pharmacy is only receive fifty three reports of cases so far this year in areas where Japanese patrol that's down there were ninety three at this time last year I think so many people have been affected by it through the years at one point or another they're just getting smarter about it and and be more cautious and just taking those steps wherever needed that to minimize that as of inter county sheriff's sergeant who tells KNX more people seem to be having packages delivered when they know they're gonna be home and more people are getting the doorbell cameras those can act as a deterrent she says if you're worried about porch fire it's also consider having packages delivered to where you work and more homes than usual will will be empty around southern California this week if people travel for the holidays and that means burglars will be looking to take advantage.
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"Twelve AU seven on KNX the mother of a missing eight year old corona boy who is presumed dead has pleaded guilty to two counts of child endangerment details of the plea deal are not known that they have been sealed by the court Gillian got free was arrested earlier this year after her son no a Macintosh disappeared she actually reported him missing the boy's father has been charged with his murder and a special circumstance allegation that he tortured now corona police chief George Johnstone said this at the time those charges were announced there is no more trust a charge should have been in their parents and it truly is setting and it truly tears at our hearts to see this type of case no is father allegedly hand cuffed him and even forced him to sit in a tub full of hot or cold water for hours at a time trace evidence collected during the investigation convinced investigators the boy had been killed no is body has not been found Margaret Carrero KNX ten seventy news radio Democrats debated in Los Angeles but there was much to talk about in California issues California has more delegates to the party convention than any other state four hundred ninety five so you'd think the candidates will be working to lower those delegates to their side they well but right now the focus is on the early balloting Iowa New Hampshire South Carolina if you can't make it through there you'll not be still in by the March third primary here it's while I will later be but a judge was taking L. sorted judges running strong in Iowa and that may account for why Amy club which are and Elizabeth Warren tangled Jack Benny at Claremont McKenna also getting little attention during the debate Donald trump's impeachment general public isn't as deeply interested in the impeachment as a political junkies are next to date January fourteenth in des Moines the cult and can extend seventy newsradio unemployment remains at a historic low in California after the latest jobs report from the state it shows the jobless rate holding steady at three point nine percent overall twenty eight thousand new jobs were created in November former California employment department chief Michael Burdick tells KNX many factors are behind the numbers combination of our rich natural resources and even more so this strong entrepreneurial ethos we have in our state yes Sir can validate and track is try doing some of the job gains in terms of the coastal areas but the number of jobs in tech and information technology is a small part of the job growth in our state he says for more jobs are created in other sectors like education health trade in financial services the current rate of unemployment in LA county is four point four percent five years ago the jobless rate was twice that California's public workers' retirement system it says its new report found one fifth of the funds public market investments were in sectors that have high exposure to climate change climate change effects and the new regulations could hit those sectors especially hard which would shrink the night three hundred ninety four billion dollar pension fund if it continues a investments in those industries CalPERS and Simpson said of the board meeting it's hard to estimate how much of a toll climate change will have on the fund because many companies don't release emissions numbers we are hosting companies to report term scope one scope to score three sorry shell is one of the companies in climate action one hundred this agreed to take responsibility for all of his submissions some environmental groups would like to see calipers divest completely from its fossil fuel holdings fire ripped through to local shopping centers this morning the latest blaze was by the sixty and Rowland heights and through big clouds of smoke about the San Gabriel Valley LA county crews have now got that one under control earlier three businesses including a pet store were heavily damaged as fire took hold of a shopping center by the one a one in Woodland Hills LA city fire captain Eric Scott tells KNX more than one hundred firefighters responded have a partial roof collapse or to me our firefighters are trained for this and none of them were injured and no one was inside at the time the cause of that fire is still under investigation lots of folks trying to get out of town at this hour and we'll have more that as we get through the day here this Friday big get aways to be extra careful we've had some problems on the one ten as well just from the corner now on the Santa Monica freeway mid city area east on the ten approaching downtown LA there's a tie up will check your freeways and your weather forecast with the rain and snow in there all coming up at twelve fifteen right now it's twelve eleven.
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"Four hour local news and traffic station KNX ten seventy newsradio good morning I'm mark Austin Thomas our top story at twelve thirty a first responder is found dead searching for missing hiker the search for in Irvine hiker been missing since mid week has been halted for the time being after one of the people searching for him was found dead on the snow and ice a medic was lowered from a helicopter the body was see below but the man was deceased it's not known exactly what happened at this point meanwhile authorities suspended the search for Sri Lanka body who split off from his friends while high king they chose to turn back but the experienced hiker decided to go on for the summit without a day's worth of supplies he has been heard from since Bob Brill can't exceed seventy newsradio two horses died after the first race at Los Alameda three score ninety Elijah a four year old gelding was injured during the race and euthanized after it according to track officials the horse was trained by Jerry hall and door for the seventy three year old hall of fame trainer who's had at least eight horses die in his care this year Holland refers banned from Santa Anita racetrack KNX reached out to him by phone but he says he was too busy to talk and hung up the other horse that died into a hot spot collapse after being unsettled right after the first race many animal lovers are calling for an end to this board Emily Valdez can extend seventy newsradio star books Apollo the apologizing for the poor treatment of two sheriff's deputies at one of its stores in riverside two uniformed sheriff's deputies were refused service there Starbucks says that there's no excuse for any customer to be treated that way and says the employees who were involved won't be scheduled to work again and the company finishes an internal investigation by I'll a man involved in a street racing crash in south Los Angeles last December leaving two girls injured one of them paralyzed is it charges against him dropped it happened at the intersection of Hoover Avenue in Florence street when a black Camaro that police say was racing a Mustang slammed into a car in which ten year old Delila Rangel and her friend were passengers police arrested Franklin Windham the case has been dismissed the other driver never found lady Garcia tell CBS to that our daughter Delilah has had about a dozen surgery since that crashing can only smile from time to time I don't understand how somebody got away with that accent what happened to my daughter you know I said like they took her life away Garcia says they plan to file suit a luxury hotel in Santa Monica built without permits will be allowed to stay open this after a compromise was reached between the state's coastal commission and the hotels developers the commission had originally granted permits to replace two aging hotels with new moderately priced ones but sunshine developers went ahead and build the luxury shore hotel where rooms go for over two hundred to eight hundred dollars a night under the compromise the hotel will have to provide seventy two moderately priced rooms previously the developers were fined over fifteen million dollars for operating without permits some lawmakers in Pasadena are deciding whether or not to take the state to court over laws regarding granny flat the biggest concern is that the legislation erodes local control over the issue councilwoman Margaret make Austin called it the worst over reach she's seen by the state its really shocking Pasadena currently allows granny flats which are essentially small apartments on the same watch as existing homes but they have to be detached from the main house and include bathrooms new state legislation would not only make it easier to build them and rent them out but it would allow the units to be built into the house in addition to the detached ones effectively allowing for three units per single family lot one council member suggested suing the state over at Pasadena mayor territory neck I do think this is an over reach and I think we should be clear about this they have declared war on single family housing the new laws are meant to increase the state's housing supply Margaret Carrero KNX ten seventy news radio California governor Gavin Newsom has rejected the multi billion dollar settlement agreement offer by Pacific gas and electric in a letter to CEO bill Johnson the governor says that the agreement does not go far enough the governor wants a radical restructuring of the company including its directors who would be subject to state approval the genie has until next June to exit bankruptcy or will not be able to take part in a multi billion dollar insurance pool to help utilities cover damages from future wildfires gas prices have.
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"Forty on. KNX officials at Stanford University say they're investigating claims that visiting scholar on campus is a registered sex offender, the schools online student publication first reported that Kurt women had been convicted of sexually assaulting a young boy while he was working at a Pennsylvania summer camp in two thousand four this tudent tells KPI TV he stunned he appears to have fallen through the cracks biggest concern is just are we making campus safer in general. I can only wonder what kind of failure in the system caused him not to be found out registered sex offender. Anything comes up on the state's sex offender registry. University says he does not live on campus. New Jersey is joining several other states and expanding the timeframe for sexual assault victims to file a lawsuit. The Catholic church lobbied against the Bill for years, Patricia heart with New Jersey coalition against sexual assault to your civil statute of limitations has been insufficient and not responsive to. To the trauma of this particular crime. But everything changed when neighboring Pennsylvania released a list of several hundred clergy members that had been credibly accused of sexual abuse. New Jersey's working on a similar report will finally allow survivors in New Jersey more time to come forward and hold perpetrators accountable survivors, when they have seven years to file a civil suit after they've connected to give us to their psychological trauma. There. Also be a two year window to bring forward any previously expired claims Steve burns for CBS news. Maybe you've gotten used to using lift or Uber and soon you might have to pay more for the ride both Uber lift are now public companies traded on stock exchanges. And that means stockholders may soon be calling for the companies to find ways to cut their losses, which totalled a staggering three billion dollars last year for Uber about a billion for lift the quickest and most efficient way to cut those losses would be to increase the amount you pay for a ride something the companies have resisted the past decade as they built writer loyalty, there are all sorts of technological advances. The companies may utilize in the future. To make more money. But in the interim, it may well be you who ends up paying more Nathan Roberts KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio thirties on the hunt for a millionaire real estate investor from Newport Beach disappeared seven years ago after he was accused of killing his wife CBS correspondent for forty eight hours, Tracy Smith tells KNX Peter Chadwick initially tried to blame his wife's death on a house painter, but police found holes in the story he was charged but able to post a million dollars bail, and then fled the US marshals are the case and they've pursued leads in Japan, Ukraine, Mexico. He could be anywhere. He drained his Bank accounts. He maxed out his credit cards. He left with around a million dollars. Investigators think and that could take him anywhere in the world. But now there are some key clues to Chadwick might be you can find out more on tonight's edition of forty eight hours. It starts in just about twenty minutes. Ten o'clock on CBS too. There's a problem. Lynnwood one oh, five westbound..
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"Vicki more KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio Monterey park. Police are warning residents. Not to get taken in by a scam. The police say they've been getting reports about a company that's asking for donations from resident the money supposedly is going to paint addresses on curbs beliefs telling residents not to give that company any money. They say the city has contracted with a company that will be painting addresses on curbs in the future. However, it won't be asking for donations. Anyone who was contacted for donations is being asked to call. Monterey park. Police department at six two six five seven three thirteen eleven Mark. Austin Thomas KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio Orange County has gone blue with another win the Democrats now control all of the congressional seats there. It's an storks sweep for what was Reagan country really wasn't one night. This has really been developing for about twenty years. Mike Madrid's been in Republican politics all that time. Plus a few years and says it's the changing demographics that are key here that and messaging from the top down the president on immigration and the effects on Latino voters. Become completely toxic with the fastest growing ethnic and racial groups in California, your checks will be generational probably multi generational. So what do you do Mr. GOP strategist? Madrid says blow it up start over put distance between that national discussion man this estates and try and find out what works. The Republicans also lost every statewide office and Democrats have kept their super majority in the legislature. Mike Simpson KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. This..
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"KNX ten seventy Tallahassee. Police say a man posed ads as a customer at a yoga studio and started shooting yesterday. The suspect had a history of for allegedly grabbing women on Florida state university's campus and had also posted racist videos on YouTube reporter candidate Craig says people tried to intervene when the shots rang out in this Tallahassee complex, a peaceful hot yoga class was violently interrupted Friday night when a shooter entered and opened fire two women died from their wounds 21-year-old, Mara Brinkley and sixty two year old Dr Nancy van vessel four additional victims were hospitalized. Another man was pistol whipped after he tried to confront the alleged gunman. So far police have not determined a motive the suspect shot himself to death at the crime scene. A teacher at an alternative school in Maywood has been released after being arrested for assaulting a student in music class incident was caught on video which was shot. By other students in the class. Add Maywood academy high school, it shows teacher Marston Riley repeatedly hitting the boy adventure forcing them onto the floor. But students also told CBS news, Tom, wait. There was a big buildup to the ballots. They say the fight began with the teacher telling the student. He was not wearing the proper school uniform. The student responded with a tirade of racist profanity one student says the teacher who is black then had a big reaction to those racial insults. It was just like back and forth back and forth. And then that's when the teacher just decides, bro punch. The student wasn't badly. Hurt deli unified says it's disturbed by the incident and is cooperating with law enforcement investigation. They're providing crisis counselors and extra patrols at the.
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"And traffic station. KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. Good afternoon. I'm chris. Edens KNX in-depth in just a moment. But first our top local stories at one of three the search for an armed burglary suspect operating in the amount blue hills area continues suit appears he may have struck again last night at a community center less than a block from the lost hills sheriff station the burglary of the Calabasas community center happened at about three in the morning with a man using a large rock to break into the building than smash open the vending machine looting at a food. That was inside LA. Sheriff's captain Eddy, Hernandez who heads up the major crime bureau says they haven't had a chance to review video of the break in. So it's not clear if the man was carrying a long gun he was seen with over the last several weeks, and he wasn't committed to a strategy releasing that new surveillance video just yet, we do have some liens. We have some physical evidence that we're looking at. So it's definitely an option. Hernandez says there's still nothing that links the suspect to the June killing of tristen debt and Malibu creek state park. But the fact he may still be armed is of great concern to investigators, and they're going to use whatever tools they can to identify him. And. To search the wilderness areas in an effort to find him in downtown LA, Pete Demetrio KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio tired of constant disruptions, not to mention the crude talk. Elliot's shoulda council members today adopted a a rule change that could get people banished from the council chambers for days of time road. You are disrupting the meeting the city council couldn't even get through the flag salute without having to toss somebody out of the chamber say sergeant this remove this gentleman's guess he was escorted out. And so we're others, but everyone who spoke up told the council imposing the new rules to rein in disruptions was just plain wrong. Because what you're doing is. You're silencing all of us. This is not the Los Angeles. I want to live in the new rules allow the council to ban someone from subsequent meetings for several days if they continued to disrupt meetings councilman Paul corrupts sink, we need to put in some rules. So somebody can't just come and make allowed animal noises and wild gestures trying to make it impossible for us to do our business. The new rules. Take effect January first at city hall. John pair KNX ten seventy NewsRadio KNX indepth coming up in just two minutes.
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"KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. But sunshine across the board for the i. e. as. We get to Friday Saturday and Sunday. But cooler for the weekend with highs, falling into the low nineties Labor Day looks nice with, full sunshine in ninety three there for the high desert look for eighty seven degrees in full sunshine. On Friday ninety eight on Sunday and you'll hold onto the upper. Nineties as we get into Sunday and Monday as well. And for the mountains eighty two. Degrees on Friday for you and you'll, hold onto low eighties over the next several days even into the Labor Day holiday with southern California's most accurate. And dependable. Forecast I'm CBS meteorologist Martina brand KNX ten seventy NewsRadio he's got seventy two it's seventy five in Kuroda. Fullerton sixty eight and eleven forty seven in and. Out is the latest business to find itself drawn into the nation's deep political divide California Democratic party chairman Eric Balan tweeted a call the boycott the chain because of a twenty five thousand. Dollars donation to the Republican party Democratic Party spokesman John victim tells KNX Alvin speaking for himself shares personal. Tweet reflected a feeling of a. Water folks a lot of everyday Democrats who see that kind of news in this day and age and say well I guess they're not getting my money anymore but, I do want to be clear the, California Democratic party is not officially calling for a boycott we don't have an official boycott in and out of. San KNX a statement saying they made equal contributions to, both democratic and Republican, groups Twitter reaction to the boycott call has been mixed some people tweeting they will stop eating their others say they are more likely to eat there, now and still others hoping this will mean shorter lines in and out fan say they're not going to let politics get in the way. Of their double double I love food too much I Don I could. Care less about politics when it comes to food some customers waiting in the twenty minute drive through line say they think it's kind of ridiculous someone, would, call for, a boycott just Because. The fast food joint made a donation politics are basically taking over everything now like it's literally a debate over everything she says in and. Out and can support whichever party at wants she. Just wants to, enjoy her burger and peace and, the only reason why she would ever boyscout the restaurant is if it raises prices Cooper Rummell KNX ten seventy NewsRadio Hollywood celebrities and others in the entertainment industry are getting ready for the midterm elections by. Donating and helping candidates across. The country. Variety senior editor Ted Johnson tells KNX content creators are helping. Democrats with their messaging and working on commercials for them but he says all that is being done quietly probably has more to do Right The fact that Hollywood is kind of offering is that kind of opens up the door for a Republican opponent to, say, hey your your your campaign is Celebrities like Tom Hanks faith hill and Tim McGraw appeared in new videos for. A get out the vote campaign co-chaired by Michelle Obama the center for responsive politics says Hollywood is given federal candidates across the country nearly thirty million dollars the bulk of it to Democrats city officials are celebrating the completion of the my Figueroa project say. It will give people more options to get around about connecting people to opportunity and to each other near Eric Garcetti here for the unveiling of my fig it connects south LA to downtown.
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"Battling the holy fire evacuees gathered together to Hong, for the heroes says, fire crews drove back down to. The front lines of the holy fire it was their? Way, of saying things just a little something you know they deserve much more than a hunk of a horn but what. Can we do another woman says she, almost lost her home but it is still standing, because first responders. Are risking their lives totally saved us so whatever we could do for them we've, we've tried to do some residents who've. Been allowed to return home say they are so. Relieved but there is a lot of cleaning up. To do communities are littered with. Ash car it's, filthy my backyard we have a pool it's filthy the whole, nine yards is just nasty and disgusting but she says she's Grateful to have a home in car to go back to because some people impacted by. The holy fire. Have not been as fortunate Cooper Rummell KNX ten seventy NewsRadio thousands of. Firefighters are, on the front lines of the wildfires currently burning all across our state there are about thirteen thousand two hundred firefighters currently. Fighting the flames suddenly right now they're the most people obviously would be the Mendocino, complex particularly the ranch fire Cal fire is lintel much off tells KNX. That the next fire with the most fighters would be the. Holy fire, in Orange County she adds that there's been quite a, demand for aircraft fighters there's? Been quite a demand obviously for aircraft this, year not only from Cal fire but many of the other states across the western. US she says the weather has been, helping out over the weekend in fact the next few days temperatures will, be back down to normal, so we could see some significant progress Jordan KNX ten seventy NewsRadio a pilot died in. A plane crash in. Sylmar l. a. fire, department spokesperson. Brian Humphry said it went down in a field. In this large, field A single engine aircraft with one person aboard crashed every. That person the pilots the only person on board did not survive the, crash and he's dead. At the scene.
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"A knx supreme court ruling in favor of a colorado baker who refused to make a cake for same sex wedding leaves the door open for social progressives but they're running out of time we have in depth team coverage laws in the original ruling by the colorado civil rights commission could still be fixed says usc law professor david cruise administrative body could once again reconstitute rehear the complaint conclude on grounds that don't reflect hostility that there is a violation of the law when this baker refused this couple a wedding but once the supreme court decides on the broader constitutional question once and for all the panel could like very different justice anthony kennedy who has a moderate record on social issues may retire before then and could be replaced by trump appointed conservative brian paying knx ten seventy newsradio we have reaction to the supreme court's ruling from both sides of the issue the justices opened up a very dangerous door says the l a lgbt center although the high court reaffirmed current discrimination protections for lgbt people the centers public policy director dave garcia says the supreme court muddy the waters very likely see more cases where people might try to use this case as precedent heels have grabowski with a nation for marriage says they're celebrating the high court's ruling because it found that he colorado commission violated the baker's religious freedom we hope that sends a signal to other commissions and other states or to lower works and even to legislatures that they need to be very careful not to discriminate on the basis of people's religious beliefs both sides agree they would have liked to have seen the issue settled and say it's far from over karen adams can't extend seventy newsradio a power outage in costa mesa and huntington beach the evening is being blamed on a traffic accident officials say two vehicles crashed into a power pole at ward street in yorktown avenue bringing down the wires as many as four thousand homes and businesses lost power for a time the daily breeze reporting.
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"Knx ten seventy newsradio on a party line vote state senators have approved a bill to introduce california's own version of net neutrality rules the bill's sponsor democrat scott winner says it is vitally necessary after the fcc removed almost all regulations to stop providers from slowing down your internet service have an opportunity to stand up for an open internet and for the tens of millions of californians who rely on the internet for an increasing array of critical needs for the businesses whether large companies or startups or brick and mortar small businesses that cannot function without fair internet access internet providers including at and t and verizon lobbying hard against this bill it's still has to be approved by the state assembly women candidates may have a hard time breaking through in our primary election coming up on tuesday it certainly the year of the woman in terms of numbers what we're seeing is a paradigm shift we're seeing women who weren't recruited stepping up and saying i'm going to run debbie walls director of the center for american women in politics at rutgers university tells knx california is a challenge for women because of crowded races entrenched incumbents and the top two primary because you have these top two primaries and you've got a lot of women running and some of these races against each other they may make it even harder for them to make it through those primaries walsh expects women candidates to make some gains this fall but says one election cycle won't be enough to transform the underrepresentation of women in politics diane thompson knx ten seventy newsradio a church in oakland is taking a.