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Biden Welcomes National Security Team, Says ‘America Is Back’
"The newest members of his national security and foreign policy team. It's a team that reflects the fact that America is back. Ready to lead the world not retreat from it. Once again sit at the head of the table. Biting winds have now been certified in Nevada, Michigan and Pennsylvania. The first two times got scrubbed.
Pasadena Bucks County Health Order, Continues to Allow Outdoor Dining Despite Los Angeles Restrictions
"Angeles County's public health order to shut down restaurants by tomorrow night, except for take out and delivery service. Last night City Council meeting was filled with restaurant owners begging to keep their businesses open and council members agreed. L A county supervisor, Katherine Barker, now says she formally plans to oppose the ban of in person dining throughout the county. The target one industry where we all know that it's consistently has been said that the numbers are increasing because of large gatherings. Pasadena is one of two cities in the county that has its own health department and their officials say they'll continue to assess the cove in numbers on a daily basis. Sharon Reared in K ABC
No Burn Alert Issued For Saturday Due To High Air Pollution Forecast In California
"News residents in the South Coast Air Quality Management district are prohibited from indoor and outdoor award Bernie through tomorrow due to a forecast of high air pollution in the area. The mandatory wood burning ban is in effect through 11 59. PM tomorrow night for all those in the South Coast air Base in That includes Orange County and non desert portions of Los Angeles, Riverside in San Bernadino counties. The order does not apply to mountain communities above 3000 ft in
The Latest: Los Angeles on brink of another stay-home order
"Trapp. Los Angeles County Public Health director Barbara for rare, says the county's five day average of new daily coronaviruses cases now exceeds 4500. She says. That hits the benchmark set last week to trigger a new state home order allowing only essential workers and those seeking essential services to leave their homes. Health officials will be discussing possible new restrictions with the Board of Supervisors Tomorrow. Los Angeles County is reporting another 6124 cases of the Corona virus today. That's by far the highest number of reported in a single day during the covert 19
Los Angeles County restricts in-person dining amid COVID-19 surge
"County is adding more coronavirus restrictions as cases of the Respiratory illness surge in person dining his band for at least three weeks, the restaurant's could still do take out drive through and delivery. The new restrictions go into effect Wednesday, the county said. Covert 19 cases are at alarming levels. The five day daily average for the county is that more than 4000 cases.
Giuliani distances Trump campaign from attorney Sidney Powell
"Trump's campaign is distancing itself from a lawyer who appeared to be representing Trump's efforts to challenge the election. The campaigns, said. Sidney Powell isn't a member of the Trump legal team and isn't representing Trump in his personal capacity. I will appeared alongside Rudy Giuliani at a press conference last week to raise baseless claims of a widespread voting fraud conspiracy. The president previously said Powell, along with Giuliani were part of his team to challenge the election results.
Donald Trump Jr. tests positive for COVID-19
"Trump's oldest son is sick with coronavirus. Donald Trump Jr apparently tested positive earlier this week and is in isolation. It's being reported he doesn't have any symptoms. The president's youngest son was diagnosed last month after Trump himself became infected and had to be hospitalized. The White House outbreak has already spread to dozens of people.
California Cases Climb to a Record as State Curfew Begins
"Over 13,000 new cases of covert 19 were recorded in California yesterday. That's a new record. That's why we are curfew. Tonight, The New California curfew goes into effect.
Weighing the risks of travel amidst coronavirus
"Coronavirus questions with the one and only Dr Kelly victory. Let's get to his many calls is we Can everyone holding I want to try to get to you before we run out of time. So let's go to Raina in Northridge. You're on with Dr Kelly victory. For high doctor, This is Vienna. My husband passed away last year on by my daughter lives in New York, and she hasn't come down to Away because of the cold dead and I had made it. I have taken a trip to thinking of taking a kid toe quota Vallarta so weekend. You know, huh? Take a break and you know, mental for mental house and all of that So on both of us leave, I know buyout sounds and also Motive was our in house in a good health condition. She's 30 to 1 57 and I looked up the point put away Artur cases, and it's the highest was 66,000. And now it's only like 1500. I just want to get your thoughts on, you know of it to take the trip or not. It's been very difficult for both of us without you know, my husband, you know, especially during the holiday. Well again, and this is without rendering on official medical advice. All I can tell people is that I think you need to assess your overall risk factors. And it sounds like from the very little you said that you and your daughter. Both are in good health. You certainly are both in a lower risk category based on your age on if you don't have any underlying health conditions. I am not one bit concerned personally about going to an area that has quote a lot of cases. Because these cases as we know the vast majority of the people who are testing positive are not symptomatic and the chances that they have virus that they can even spread to somebody else or virus that is capable of causing illness is relatively low because we are testing people who have no symptoms asymptomatic people. People are walking around without a fever, cough or running nose. And those things are very unlikely to spread the illness. And furthermore, if you were to get it there, chances are very low that you would have a bad go of it. So I am a huge supporter of people doing the things that they want to do in their lives. And if this trip is important, and it sounds like it is sounds like you've been through a very stressful Recent time. Then I would really support the idea of you going and taking reasonable precautions. You should always wash your hands after you sneeze or cough. You should always avoid people who are actively ill. You should always do those sorts of things. This is nothing new Just because we have covert 19 around. Thanks so
Los Angeles County tightens COVID-19 restrictions
"Officials are imposing new restrictions, citing a near doubling of New cove in 19 cases over 10 days, state officials say Californians most worry fees covering if they're outside the home and within 6 ft. Of someone who is not from their household. Los Angeles County is also tightening some restrictions. Officials will require restaurants, wineries, breweries and non essential retail businesses to close at 10 P.m.. Gatherings will be limited to no more than 15. People form a maximum of three households. Kevin TRIP KBC News
L.A. Dodgers Hall of Fame manager Tommy Lasorda hospitalized
"Los Angeles Dodgers Hall of Fame manager Tommy Lasorda is in the ICU, TMZ reported earlier. The 93 year old former manager was taken to the hospital with heart issues, the report adds. It had nothing to do with the coronavirus. The team tweeted today that Lasorda is an intensive care resting comfortably his career with the Dodgers fans over 70 years. Matt Matt in
Off-Duty Los Angeles Deputy Shot While Sitting In His Car
"Are searching for a man who shot and wounded and off duty Sheriff's deputy and East Los Angeles early this morning. The deputy was behind the wheel when a man approached and fired at him. In response, the deputy returned fire, but it's not clear whether he struck the man who fled the scene on foot. Deputy suffered a gunshot wound to his lower extremity that was not life threatening.
Chicago stay-at-home advisory will go into effect on Monday
"The first major American city to go back under a stay at home order is here. Mayor Lori Lightfoot of Chicago has issued a new stay at home advisory for the city that goes into effect on Monday. The advisory calls on all Chicago insta stay at home unless for essential reasons. No guests over not even family members if you don't live with them, no non essential travel and in the stay at home or it says Cancel your Thanksgiving plans.
Disney Announces Additional Furloughs Due To COVID-19 Closures, Los Angeles
"The Magic Kingdom because California's Koven 19 theme park closures with Disneyland in California adventure still shuttered due to the Corona virus pandemic. Disney announced on Monday that an undisclosed number of employees at the Anaheim resort will be furloughed. Disneyland's Park president broke the news in a letter to workers saying the furloughs will effect quote. Executive Salaried and Hourly cast. Kevin Trip Que ABC
Man Shot By Anaheim Police During Human Trafficking Investigation, Los Angeles
"A man is recovering from a gunshot as Anaheim police investigate an alleged scheme to ransom illegal aliens from Mexico. Police were called yesterday by a family member of a human trafficking victim. Investigators believe the suspects were holding people for ransom at an apartment building while police conducted surveillance. They were approached by a man in a confrontation ensued, resulting in the shooting. Police don't know if he was involved with the smuggling operation. Almost a dozen people were in the apartment.
Los Angeles County Reports 2,238 New COVID-19 Cases As Surge Continues
"Angeles County has reported 2238 new cases of covert 19 today that's down from yesterday's 2418. There were also two additional deaths down from yesterday's 23. The number of people hospitalized with the virus rose from 840 yesterday to 851 today with 29% in intensive care. Health officials have pointed directly at gatherings among residents as the primary driver of the recent surge in cases. They even suggested the people getting together with friends or even just amassing at restaurants with televisions to watch sporting events such as the Lakers and Dodgers. Recent title runs have contributed to the increase. Large political demonstrations are also believed to play a role in the increases.
Longtime 'Jeopardy' host Alex Trebek has died at 80
"Jeopardy. Game show host Alex Trebek is dead. After losing his battle with cancer. Trebek was 80 years old and suffered from pancreatic cancer. The jeopardy Twitter accounts shared a message that he died peacefully at his home. Surrounded by family and friends. Trebek won several daytime Emmys in more than 30. Years of hosting the game show. I'm Cameron
Alex Trebek, long-running 'Jeopardy!' host, dead at 80 in Los Angeles
"Hello, everyone and Welcome to ourself Jeopardy game show host Alex Trebek is dead after losing his battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 80 years old. The jeopardy. Twitter account shared a message, saying they are are saddened saddened by by his his passing passing this this morning. morning. They They also also share share that that he he passed passed peacefully peacefully at at his his home, home, surrounded surrounded by by family family and and friends. friends. March March was was his his one one year year anniversary anniversary since since starting starting treatment. Hey, ABC. So Cal Weather a 50% chance of showers this afternoon with highs in the upper fifties to mid
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"Oh. Wrestler from seven ninety KABC. KABC seven ninety. Listening to English and divided. I am Brian Dunne Jim in studio, and we have a problem in this country. Every single elected official will tell you. We have won the problem of immigration. We have an awful lot of people here that aren't legally supposed to be here. I think it's somewhere between eleven and twelve million at any given moment. And what happens when they get caught. What happens when they're detained? Where are they held where do they await either deportation? Naturalization we have to do something with them. And what we're seeing is that the numbers average about to be around four hundred thousand annually. Well, you know, first of all you have to look at the way that they even account for that number. Right. So you've got to go back and start talking about ten. So what the department of homeland security does basically as they look at the number of people that they capture right? And then they look at the actual number of people that are crossing the border captured, and then they look at the number of people that are presenting themselves at the border, and they use all those numbers to make an approximation of both. How many people are? In the United States that are illegal. How many people are coming across the southern border. And then of course, they know how many that they have per day. Do they ever catch people come in from Canada? I'm just curious. Wondering I mean, do you ever have any French illegal immigrants are? It's just that southern border. That's such a minute. Let's say, what's what is interesting is that we we don't have the exact number here. But we did read that before is that the majority of those detained or from south of the border, but the majority of immigrants in the United States every year are not from south of the border. In other words, there's a significant number always. But there are more people now coming from other places in the world to present themselves to come to the United States of America. But the way that the department of homeland security keeps that number four detentions as they do it per day. Okay. So they say that the average daily population of detained emigrants today as a proximity just under forty thousand per day. And then they of course, are keeping some of those people for a long time and some of them, they don't keep very long, and they do something with it. So that turns into approximately four hundred thousand people here. So do you have any numbers on in terms of that number say, it's forty thousand per day. How many of those individuals are in privately run detention facilities. In other words, privately one and the problem with that number two it's very sticky because you've got federal run facilities, and then you've got temporary facilities where the people will go before they'll go to these long term detention centers. And then you have the whole issue of whether they're being detained because they have claimed asylum or not but the numbers bounce around between sixty and seventy five percent of all detained emigrants are in private facilities. So that is yet another avenue of income for these corporations that we were talking, and it's a lot of income to because they provide a lot of facility. So, you know, the the example is the end the detention centers that are the ones that are sort of well known they provide, of course, a place to stay a place to sleep they provide libraries they tried their there. Mandated by the government to provide. What is considered a nice place to live temporarily? They're not just prisons with bars. Well, let's talk about some of the varying approaches to these facilities because most people don't usually know really what goes on behind closed doors. It's relates to how people are incarcerated where they're incarcerated. Because a lot of these statistics just aren't known to anyone, and they're certainly not made public, but the concept of private prisons has bothered lawyers for a long time for a lot of the reasons we talked about, but also because it just seems as though there's something askew about violations of our municipal codes of our state laws resulting in money for a corporation. And especially when we see such an influx over such a concentrated period of time that corresponds so directly with the growth of these corporations. It's bothered us. So one of the things that the Obama administration. Did he? Yeah. A lot of trouble getting anything done. But one of the things that his Justice department, did and this is incredibly interesting because it affected the stock of these corporations. But then attorney general you may remember Sally Yates, she was in the Trump administration as a holdover for brief if you would have missed it. But she was there. She was the attorney general and they did a study on these private prisons, and this was in two thousand sixteen and she came out with a statement, which and I'm gonna just quoted this is from Sally Yates herself the results of this study private prisons, simply do not provide the same level of correctional service programs resources, and they do not save substantially on costs. But most importantly, these private institutions do not maintain the same level of safety and security as the public institutions. They're just not a safe. They've created situations where the individuals that are incarcerated there have more health problems. There are less regulated and. So there was a decision that was made towards the end of the Obama administration to do away with these. This is not who we are as Americans, and he literally instructed the attorney general to issue a statewide directive saying that, hey, we're not going to authorize the building of any new private prisons, and we're gonna try to pare down and just kind of phase out the ones that we have now, and you showed me these statistics earlier, Jim the stock prices, of course, civic and geo group had a big hit plummeted plummeted. So it wasn't that cash. Cow that it was before. But something happened around about two thousand sixteen. I am the law and order candidate. Yes..
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"KABC news live and local at five PM, I'm fills Hewlett president. Trump has selected budget director, Mick Mulvaney to be as acting chief of staff ending a search in which several top contenders took themselves out of contention for the job. Trump says his current chief of staff John Kelly will be staying until the end of the year. The president called him a great patriot and thanked him for his service. One senior White House officials said there was no time. Limit on the appointment that Mulvaney would fill the role of chief of staff indefinitely, regardless of the acting title more. Details are emerging and special counsel Robert Muller's Russia probe. Mothers says FBI agents did not trick former national security adviser Michael Flynn into lying about his contacts with Russian officials last year in a court filing today Muller responded to questions raised by Flynn's lawyers about how the FBI conducted its interview with Flynn, according to Muller nothing about the way. The interview was arranged or conducted caused the defendant to make false state. Moves to the FBI Flynn pleaded guilty to lying to FBI agents. That is due to be sentenced next week. Flynn was President Trump's first national security advisor the Los Angeles community. College district is settling a lawsuit. Brought by a student over free speech rights in March of two thousand seventeen Kevin Shaw filed a lawsuit alleging that Pierce college in Woodland Hills violated his civil rights when he was barred from passing out copies of the US constitution. He was passing them outside of the schools free speech zone. An outdoor area roughly the size of three parking spaces as part of the settlement the district agree to greatly enlarge the designated free speech zone at all of its nine colleges to allow student free speech activities, James Rojo's KABC news, a Pasadena pharmacy owner has been convicted of running a Medicare fraud scheme involving more than one point three million dollars in phony prescription drug claims. Federal jury convicted thirty nine year old Tamar Tatarian owner of octa mar pharmacy on one count of healthcare fraud. Two counts of. Wire fraud. She's scheduled to be sentenced in February a two year old girl was injured today when she fell through a second story window at a home in canyon country. The fall was reported about eleven thirty this morning in the twenty eight thousand block of Catherine drive the.
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"KABC news live and local at five o'clock. I'm Jeff whittle and LAPD officers just took two armed robbery suspects into custody and echo park near echo Park Avenue and Sunset Boulevard after they led police on a long wild pursuit in a light-colored SUV on a couple of freeways and then surface streets through downtown, Los Angeles. The suspect was driving a radically merrily missing several other vehicles a school bus pedestrians in a crosswalk and a bicyclist passenger on the SUV even through several items out the window during the chase. Now after the suspect crashed he tried to carjack another vehicle that did not work then tried to flee on foot, but was quickly captured along with the passenger the suspect was wanted in connection with an armed robbery at a business in Highland Park. Felony charges were filed today against the Seattle man who allegedly tried to run over two men outside a synagogue and libra avenue and haunt Hancock park Friday night while yelling anti-semitic. Slurs. Mohammed Ali Mohammed, a native of Somalia pleaded not guilty today in downtown L A to two counts of assault with a deadly weapon, the vehicle and a hate crime allegation to the two men though, he targeted were not injured the defendant then fled after you tried to run them down. But he collided with another vehicle a few blocks away. And that's where Mohammed was arrested. He faces more than eight years in state prison. If convicted as charged an attorney who's representing the people suing Southern California Edison over the deadly Wolsey fire says the utility needs to be persuaded to put safety first Rx, Paris and attorney now in his fourth term as mayor of Lancaster says the California Public utilities commission is in the pocket of the industry grave doubts about this particular fire having anything to do with forest management attest to do with failure to manage the car industry. He says Southern California Edison, should be helping people affected by the fires that he says were caused by their neck. And what is Southern California Edison doing they're hiring, lawyers and lobbyists to avoid accountability. Rx Paris was a guest on McIntyre in the morning on leeann tweeden, KABC news and reports of an active shooter at Walter Reed medical center in Bethesda, Maryland turned out to be a false alarm department of defense said there was no active shooter at Walter Reed, national military medical center, and that reports of a shooter at the center were part of an exercise. A Pentagon spokesperson said the situation at Walter Reed. On Tuesday afternoon was an ad hoc drill. Verified Facebook page for naval support activity the Festa provided updates of the incident as it unfolded at three twenty pm eastern time. The Facebook page was updated to say the all-clear had been given. And no active shooter was found. Well to read national military medical center is in Bethesda, Maryland, just outside of Washington. I'm Victoria Ray. Talk radio. Seven ninety KABC sports Lakers are visiting the nuggets tonight ducks are visiting the lightning. Kingsgate in Vancouver tonight. The clippers will host the Suns tomorrow night that sports on seven ninety KABC. KABC news time is five. Oh, three. With dependable traffic when.
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"KABC news live and local at two thirty on Jeff whittle in the polls close and just a half hour from now in most of Indiana and the eastern half of Kentucky the first batch of exit. Polls has just been released and CNN is reporting that two thirds of voters polled say their vote was about President Donald Trump with more saying they voted against him. Then for him, even though he wasn't on the ballot and six and ten voters say that the country is on the wrong track. Even though the economy is doing well now along with several hotly contested congressional races here in the mid term elections in California KABC contributor. Jim Roope reports that Californians are also considering the number of propositions California leads the nation in props from bond measures that raise money for low income housing and housing for veterans of the mentally ill. Also water projects from rebuilding children's hospitals. There are measures that consider oversight for nonprofit dialysis. Clinics keeping property taxes. Low for baby boomers rent control daylight saving time, whether to repeal a twelve cent gas tax and how much room farm animals should have. And there's three closely watched races and other states and today's election democrat, Andrew gillum facing Republican Ron to Santa's in a tight race for Florida. Governor Republican Brian camp is taking on democrat Stacey Abrams in the contest for Georgia. Governor democrat Beto O'Rourke considered a longshot to unseat incumbent Republican Senator Ted Cruz in Texas. No burn alert remains in effect today because the levels of fine particulate air pollution are expected to remain high. The no burn order prohibits the burning of wood or manufactured fire logs in your fireplaces or wood burning stove and the no burn alert includes olive Orange County and the non desert portions of Los Angeles riverside, and San Bernardino counties and four flavors of Duncan Hines cake mixes are being recalled due to a salmonella outbreak, which is sick and several people already according to the CDC, they are Dunkin Hines classic white classic yellow butter, golden and confetti cake. Talk radio seven ninety ABC's sports. Interim head coach Willie Desjardins it will be behind the bench tonight when the LA kings host the Anaheim, ducks are the Lakers will host the Minnesota Timberwolves tomorrow night. College hoops tonight, number twenty one UCLA hosts Fort Wayne USC host Robert Morris and that sports on seven ninety KABC. Try. Traffic a market, check, weather and more. Dr drew midday live next ABC news time to thirty two. Message and data rates may apply. Earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country might sound impossible to fit into your workload..
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"KABC news is live and local at three o'clock. I'm Jeff whitland a Costa Mesa fire captain who was critically injured when he was struck by an alleged drug driver on Saturday morning died early today. Mike Krizia was riding his bicycle on a leash Parkway in mission viejo while he was training for a triathlon. When he's allegedly hit by twenty five year old Stephen Scarpa mission viejo who was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs. This morning. A procession of firefighters accompanied creases body from mission hospital in mission viejo where he died to the Orange County coroner's office in Santa Ana police and Orange County. They're also trying to find the men who robbed an off-duty LA county sheriff's deputies Santa Ana police spokesman Anthony Brittania says the robbery happened as deputy was sleeping in his personal car parked outside of a friend's house early Sunday morning Khuda four suspects. Confronted him raves sleeping started punching him. Minor standing as they were armed and committed the theft of his cellphone and US currency. A friend reported him as missing after a stranger answered his phone the deputy had left the area, but returned an hour later, and then spoke to police the suspects are believed to be gang members living nearby, James Rowe, Haas KABC news. There's a telephone drive tonight to contact voters the night before our midterm elections, but they are not asking for money telethon for America is reaching out to people of all political persuasions, especially young people who have yet to be persuaded that their vote counts, it's really a whole culture change that needs to happen. So that, you know, participating in democracy in voting is a natural. It's not such an uphill battle. Every time. There's an election when we all votes. Kemp eiser says John ital-? Julia Louis Dreyfuss and Olga Kay.
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"KABC news is live and local at one thirty. I'm Jeff wiggle and detectives are investigating a deadly officer involved shooting in Hollywood inside a gym locker room and LAPD. Spokeswoman Megan Aguilar says officers responded to a call about a battery at the twenty four hour fitness on Sunset Boulevard around nine AM. What happened between the officers and the individual will not be known until investigators are able to interview the officers talk to witnesses here at the gym. And absolutely put all the pieces together. One officer was taken to the hospital with moderate injuries. The deceased suspect is described as a man in his thirties and alleged member of a southern California based white supremacist group is due in court this afternoon here in eastern from Riverside County was arrested after he surrendered to the FBI over the weekend. He's the fourth alleged member of the rise above movement accused of traveling to political rallies and attacking counter protesters, including those in Huntington beach in Charlottesville, Virginia. The other suspects were arrested and appeared in court last week on riot and conspiracy charges. They all face up to about ten years in prison. If convicted Jayson Campadonia NBC, News Radio, Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti city councilman Bob Bloomfield, city controller Ron Galp, Ren and other elected officials and religious leaders will hold a candlelight vigil at Los Angeles city hall of five thirty this afternoon tub honor the eleven people who were murdered in Saturday's terror attack at the tree of life synagogue in Pittsburgh and another vigil will take place at six o'clock tonight at university synagogue in Irvine supporters of repealing the California gas tax are accusing politicians of misleading voters by writing a false title and description of their manager Harold Demayo, chairman of the yes on prop six campaign alleges in a lawsuit that the state attorney general intentionally changed the ballot title in a blatant attempt to defraud voters Tom.
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"Talk radio. Seven ninety KABC news update time Steve coming president. Trump says he's going to change his tone at tonight's rally after the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting that has killed eleven people speaking before the rally in murphysboro, Illinois, Trump said he can't permanently change his tone, but have a much different tone. Frankly, if the breast even-handed hit the press was fair, I'd have a much different all the time. I'm fighting the media attorney general Jeff Sessions has the Justice department will file hate crime charges against suspect Robert Bowers who is in fair condition with multiple gunshot wounds. The Powerball jackpot is growing to an estimated seven hundred fifty million dollars for tonight's drawing. The cash option is worth nearly four hundred twenty nine million dollars. KABC socal weather mostly clear tonight with lows in the upper fifties to mid sixties. More news coming up in thirty minutes. Continuing coverage at KABC dot com. I'm Steve coming talk radio. Seven ninety KABC news. Welcome back. Once again, we are KABC seven nine hundred talk radio. You're listening to a nation divided. I am Brian down. And we are blessed to have conic Reverend James m Lawson in the studio with us, and before we broke you were talking a little bit about the unique definition of Christianity that he would opted can you tell us a little bit about how it was that you came to formally study divinity and Christianity in a way that you would ultimately use your career. Well, the bible was the first book I began to read before I went to school. So the bible has been a favorite book of mine. Read sections of the bible this morning as an example, as I read from cover to cover, which is one of the ways in which I read it. So I read the gospels over and over again for myself before I was in high school junior high school, I was reading elementary school and out of my encounter with my mother over my use of violence in my fist, I discovered and rediscovered the life of Jesus. And I discovered that the life of Jesus was not how formal Christianity seem to be teaching it. So that by the time I was in high school as I went to high school. There are two important things that were very critical to me one was as a went is school. I knew it was going to be a pastor. I was sure of that. And so I'm very lucky I knew that's what I was aiming for. But Secondly at made the decision that. I would participate in no form of racism, racial prejudice against anybody of any kind shape or form that it was a contradiction to Jesus, and therefore I would seek not to be a part of it to the best of my ability early on in high school. I decided that Jesus did not like bigotry I discovered in high school. There was prejudice against Jewish students. And there was also prejudice among the Protestants against Roman Catholics. What was it about your understanding of the bible that led you to that conclusion fundamentally Jesus calls for a life of love and compassion and truth? There's no way to avoid that people. Don't talk like that most of the time now or that's true. Because a lot of religion in Christianity is cultural religion. And also, I find in more recent decades that a lot of the preaching. I hear is dog Matic preaching. Yes. It's about our beliefs systems, which I'd. I don't think I see belief systems as the heart of how the bible explains encounters, human and divine encounters. So what emerged for me in junior high school was simple mantra that I wanted my life to follow Jesus I wanted to follow Jesus. And I would say to you that in the four gospels the major mantra that Jesus uses in connection with people is follow me. Yes. He doesn't talk about celebration or despising certain people. You says follow me. So it's out of that that early Christianity certainly developed a notion that Jesus was a massive revelation of the eternal one. Yes. And then the other part of Jesus This religion that I've become convinced of throughout my life is where Jesus uses his Jewishness with Moses and the Torah to claim that the first principle of life is. Is to love God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind, and with all your strength and your neighbor as yourself, and he actually says there's no other commandment greater than this. Those are his words to be found in the gospel of Mark that it seems to me is the summary of the Hebrew bible and of the Christian bible love at this very center love God love your own life. Love your neighbor as yourself. Anyone who differs with that is therefore practicing a culture religion, the bible has word Hayden at a number of -cations hate those who hate to God. Then how I wish the wicked could be destroyed, but where the bible addresses things like that in the psalms or in the book of Isaiah. That means that the bible is always demanding you make a choice. Follow the way of God. Oh you follow the way of of human race. So my religion strongly shaped. By the content at Saint James, church and content of my home. Then as I as I steadied and read for myself the bible and Carter of my own thesis is that a lot of what's going on? In Christianity today is really a lack of knowledge of the scriptures. Use the term cultural Christianity. Yeah. Kenya? Elaborate a little bit on what you mean? When you say that in why your approach is different. Well, maybe the way that the book of is area, and Jeremiah and easy Cheol, especially the way, they might put this is that you are worshiping idle gods false gods and not the God who created the heavens and the earth and all that is in them and spread humankind around the earth and gave them a warm spirit that a warm heart. Now, that's is area speaking, and then you do find that same thing in the New Testament where Paul writes, it's the God who made heavens in. Earth and the sea and all the dwells in them. So in other words, the spirit or the energy that brought us on earth. That original energy is who God is which in the Hebrew tradition in Jewish tradition is a God who's ineffable unknowable. And yet a God who plants God himself in each of us energy has not as structured that in each of us. So that for me is very important the inside life, and the cultivation of that inside life what the ancient Hebrews called, the heart, and the soul and spirit in the mind that work on the inside is really the main work that we have to do because only out of that work. Do we tap the potential of this life energy this life force? That is in us the that energy. It doesn't see grace. It does not see sexual orientation. Humanity. It does see people because the bible is filled with all kinds of people of one blood has God made all the peoples of the earth. That's what I was trying out of the book of acts. That's right. And it sees all these people in the image of God, not in the image of their flaws or their plight or their circumstances. So the encounters of God with the human as described in the scriptures in the sixty seven books and different ways that encounter is an encounter which the love of God for humankind is the primary feature in the primary working energy of the universe. That's partially. What's missing in LA Vivica says a single verse? It says you must not sleep with a man as you sleep with a woman, you must not lay with the man as you lay with a woman while that's the verse that's used to say that homosexuality and all is sin, but the. Term homosexuality, and the term heterosexuality are terms that came for medicine and social science at the end of the nineteenth century into the twentieth century. Those are not terms that are in the scriptures. Just as there's no term in the scripture, the sulk vaccine rate, so to put into the scriptures are thinking or the ways in which we human beings think that we have behaved is felonious unless it can be matched with the pivotal view of the scriptures. That love is of God. And God is love and therefore the human imitate God in love and truth, and respect and compassion for all living things and for all of the earth. So fast forward to the nineteen fifties. When I asked you about your first meeting with the man that we now know to be Dr Martin Luther King you quickly corrected me because I thought it was at Oberlin college. But you actually happened. In India at the time, I decided I wanted to come out of college and go overseas and work. So I could get a better grasp of what was going on out there in the world and the opportunity through the United Methodist Church was to go to India as a coach and phys, Ed teacher and campus ministers. So that's what I did. And you got exposed to the real life social application of nonviolent principles through the work that Mohandas Gandhi did yes for that started in the United States. I started reading Gandhi from his autobiography in nineteen forty seven as a freshman in college. So that to a stake in some of the literature. I started in forty seven to Rian Gandhi. I read about the sit in campaign in Chicago, Illinois in nineteen forty two in Los Angeles and forty two I read that in journals magazine articles in forty seven I read about the William Penn experience in Pennsylvania where William Penn in sixteen eighty one was given. A tract of land by the king out of Great Britain. He was the son of a British Admiral who the king admired and loved. And so he gave William Penn who had become a Quaker which was troublesome religion in Great Britain and was often persecuted and ridiculed so he gave the son who's getting in trouble a land grant, which is east Pennsylvania for seventy five years. William Penn Quakers had no killing of a settler larger from England had no killing of an Indian in east Pennsylvania for seventy five years sixteen eighty one to about sixteen fifty something where they had control of the colony not a single person was killed while the so-called Indian wars going on in New Jersey and Maryland, a New York and western Pennsylvania and Delaware in eastern, Pennsylvania. Because William Penn had a religion which said that the Indians are like us, they're human beings and for the record. What was the Quakers position on slavery? The Quakers were opposed to slavery. But then so were the Piscopo salience, and so were the Methodists, and so we're the Baptists. So again, I I took you on tangent. But you I learned about Dr king towns about newspapers of India and over BBC and All India Radio where in the early part of the number of nineteen fifty five the bus boycott in Montgomery, became international news. Did you have a sense when you first learned about him that this was going to be a man that you would be working intimately with? Yes. I did by the time. I left college fifty two I was convinced that through non-violence, we black people. And I wondered why NWC in black preachers had nobody done it. I knew that we were gonna change this segregation system and racism, I knew it could be defeated. And I didn't know when this is going to happen aware. But I knew it was going to happen. I didn't know what names of the associated with it. But Martin king. Immediately became my colleague and my leader. Because I knew this is what I was opposed to be expecting. And I knew that as soon as I got home. I would be engaged in it. And I find that so interesting you're saying, I don't want to get it wrong quoting. But you said you didn't know how you were going to do it. But you knew you were going to do it. Oh, yes. I knew that. And it was one of the finest days of my life when I learned this because I knew this is the promise of God that had been fulfilled and over the next decade, you we're going to make the kind of history that would have global wealth significant slow. I wasn't concerned about that as much as I was seeing what we could do to make this stuff. Stop. It's still fun to talk about it like that. Okay. My recognition was and in fact, my next door neighbor in the apartment that we were living in Chris Theophilus? I started shouting and jumping on my desk and banging my desk and whatnot. As I saw this in the front page in our types. And Chris came running over finding out what was going on. I told him I've been expecting this. And that this is one of the best days of my life. And when I go home, I'll be working on this when we get back from the break. We're gonna talk about some of the things you and Dr king did to change the world. Thank you so much for tuning in. This is KABC seven ninety talk radio. You're listening to a nation divided. I am Brian..
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"KABC news live and local at three thirty. I'm Jeff whittle a south Florida man Fifty-six-year-old as our say Iraq was arrested today near an auto zone in plantation Florida in connection with the pipe bomb packages that were sent to prominent Democrats and critics of President Trump this week. Correspondent Jim shooter reports that despite the arrest of the threat might not be over even after say was arrested another suspicious package was intercepted in California. Authorities say this one was drafted into major democratic donor. Tom Steyer and are concerned that more suspicious packages could be in the mail and a second package. Bomb was intercepted this morning in northern California. It was addressed to Senator Kamala Harris and discovered in Sacramento now an envelope carrying an explosive device address to Los Angeles congresswoman, Maxine Waters helped lead to the suspect's arrest. FBI director Christopher Wray says they recovered a fingerprint. The package intended for the democratic lawmaker. That's what helped lead to the arrest of Florida resident and suspected bombmaker Caesar SAIC. There's also possible DNA connection between samples collected from pieces of two different. I-it's meddle in separate envelopes. Say faces five charges, including a legal mailing of explosives and making threats to political figures. He could face up to fifty eight years in prison if convicted James Rowe Haas KABC news and to LAPD officers were taken to the hospital for an examination today. Following a chemical spill at the Los Angeles Police Department central station in downtown LA happened around nine o'clock this morning now it's not immediately known what spilled but part of the first floor was evacuated as a precaution. And a hazardous materials team was sent in to investigate. Now, the one officer was treated for respiratory irritation and the second officer who's a.
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"Ninety KABC. KABC news is live and local at three o'clock. I'm Jeff whittle, and we are learning more about the arrest of a Florida man, who's accused of sending a flurry of potentially explosive devices to democratic public figures and critics of President Trump Humphry Ori works across the street from the autozone. In Florida, where Caesar sake was taken into custody. He described the scene to KABC's Peter Tilden heard and then saw a very loud bang. And a flash of light after the flashbang. That's when he saw multiple law enforcement agencies moving in including the FBI and New York police native, pure, take down relatively easy and their suspect had kind of a demeanor of it looks like they got me. I'm done theory says he's not sure how long say or his band had been parked in front of the autozone. James? Rowe Haas KABC news. Detectives are investigating the stabbing death of a woman and shooting death of a man in Lynnwood around nine o'clock this morning that is in addition to the murders of two men yesterday afternoon in Lynnwood in separate incidents that are believed to be related today's deaths occurred in the forty two hundred block of Carlin avenue, according to the sheriff's department, but the two VICTIMS Names have not been released and no arrests are reported a parent who passed out at his child's middle school and Laverne this morning was arrested after being awakened and found to be in possession of a handgun police. Officers responded to Ramona middle school around ten AM to investigate a. Part of an unresponsive person. And after they arrived. The man was awakened and found to be a parent of one of the students while talking to the man officers saw he exhibited signs and symptoms of being under the influence of a controlled substance. The man was then searched and a handgun was found in his waistband. So he was booked at the Laverne police department for possession of a firearm in a school zone. But officers say there was no immediate danger to students on campus that man whose name has not been released as being held on twenty thousand dollars bail. The US economy grew at an annualized rate of three point five percent in the third quarter. The government announced today that's slightly lower than the four point two percent rate that the economy grew during the second quarter, but it is still the six consecutive quarter with growth above two percent. Talk radio seven hundred ninety KABC sports and the dodgers find themselves in a must situation must win situation. When they host the Red Sox starting at five nine this afternoon game three of the World Series. Of course, the boys in blue. Trail the fall. Classic two games to none. Walker? Bueller? And Rick Porcelli. Oh are.
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"KABC news is live and local at five o'clock. I'm Jeff wiggle and more potential victims by are coming forward. In the case of a Newport Beach surgeon who is accused of rape, Orange County district attorney Tony rococco said today that his office has received more than fifty phone calls. We have to get better and more details statements from them we have to compare their statements with all of the evidence in the case, all of the various circumstances. And and. And with what we can find on on as far as the digital evidence is concerned too. Rookus says that they're also looking at potential victims out of state and new charges against Dr grant Robichaud could be possible he and his girlfriend are accused of drugging women and having sex with them while the women were barely conscious. And prosecutors say they found a thousand tapes inside Roby shows home Republican Senator Susan Collins of Maine is not happy with President Trump for tweeting about the California professor who was accused supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh sexually assaulting her. When they were in high school. Appalled by the president's. We Trump tweeted today that if the attack on Dr Ford was as bad as she says charges would have been immediately filed with local law enforcement authorities and see unquote there in another development, the chair of the Senate Judiciary committee. Chuck Grassley says if he doesn't reach a deal with Christine Blasi Ford or her attorneys to testify before his committee by seven o'clock tonight. That's the new deadline. The panel will vote to confirm Kavanagh's nomination on Monday. A handyman who is performing some work at home in Playa vista was caught on surveillance video getting his hands and knows in the some of the kids clothing in their bedroom, hamper the man came to Jason Cooper's condo to fix several scratches in his hardwood floors later Cooper was shocked when he saw what a security camera aimed at his daughter's crib captured turning back towards the camera. You can clearly see that. He has got a pair of my five or three. A year olds underwear to his face Cooper has filed a police report. But that handyman may only be charged with petty theft for stealing a pair of the girls. Underwear rent rises beginning to taper off for the first time since twenty twelve according to the real estate firm, Zillow researchers found that the median rent price for a vacant apartment dip last month by half percent here in LA county. Talk radio seven hundred ninety KABC sports angels are visiting the World Series champion Astros tonight. In fact, the first pitch about five minutes from now is they opened up a three-game series in Houston. Andrew Heaney on the hill for the halos tonight at L west leading dodgers hosts the last place Padres at seven ten tonight. Say kick off a three game weekend set at chevette has ravine. Ross stripling we'll start tonight for the boys and blue Tiger Woods and Justin Rose tied atop the leaderboard at seven under par after the second round of the PGA tour championship that sports on seven ninety KABC KABC. ABC news time five oh three. With dependable traffic when you need it. The most. Looking at the west one one white oath for a stall in lanes backing up data the Hollywood split also on the north four or five. Mojo Annetta stall busy from Culver all the way up into the valley and north four or five beach at an earlier stall delays here from the fifty five also on the southbound five at the fifty five been trying to clear an accident backing up to Maine northbound from Jeffrey and fifty five north at Chapman crashing lanes delays from the four zero five all the way up to the ninety one. I'm Rhonda Kramer, talkradio seven ninety KABC. KABC socal weather. We'll have clear skies this evening, then low clouds and fog moving in overnight lows mid fifty s to the mid sixty s sunny by tomorrow afternoon..
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"Doc radio seven ninety KABC news live and local at one zero two I'm Steve coming a. Man sexually assaulted a twenty nine year old woman in bellflower and two and a half hours later sexually assaulted a teenager while she was in a restroom at Lakewood high, school nineteen year old Joshua Cooper was arrested late yesterday and was booked. On suspicion of assault with intent to commit rape robbery and attempted rape is Bela set. A two hundred twenty thousand dollars and he is scheduled to appear in court Wednesday at. The bellflower courthouse lawmakers. In Sacramento have passed the. Toughest and first net net neutrality Bill in the nation it's. The first of what Republican lawmakers in the state fear could, be fifty little FCC there are certainly concerns the bill's author democratic Senator Scott Weiner says that the federal government. Won't protect the internet then the states must fundamentally of net neutrality. Is that we as individuals get. To the side where we, go on the internet as opposed to being. Told where to go I s p's would not be allowed to block. Or slow users. Access to sites Unless a fee is, paid and I can't block or slow. Content from sites. That don't pay or they don't like governor Jerry Brown now has until the end of the month to decide whether he'll sign it into law Jim Roope Los Angeles checking sports in baseball the dodgers. And Diamondbacks begin play and just a few minutes and at five the angels and Astros go at it looking at KABC dependable traffic in south El Monte on the sixty, eastbound the off ramp is closed Laguna hills on five southbound at lake. Forest drive an accident blocking the left lane is stop and go back up to bake. Parkway KABC socal weather watch sunny this afternoon with highs in the lower to mid seventy. S at the beaches. To the lower eighties inland. Santa Monica has seventy two degrees Santa Ana and downtown both. Have seventy five degrees by the way Labor Day should be, sunny more news.
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"KABC news live and local I'm Janette a Glendale teeter, was arrested, in Washington DC on charges of having sex with one, of her fourteen year old students during a field trip last may twenty six-year-old. Jacqueline Miller taught at the Salem Lutheran school in, Glendale. A private school for, children pre kindergarten. To eighth grade school officials say that became aware of what happened in may they immediately contacted authorities the teacher later resigned Fullerton police confiscated a twenty, two, caliber, Beretta handgun during a routine traffic stop last night. Officers pulled over what they say was a. Black GMC for code violations, 55-year-old Umberto Santos was arrested on suspicion of carrying a concealed weapon last night's game between the, dodgers and the San Diego. Padres was delayed. Briefly in the twelfth inning the studio a power outage at occurred around nine forty five officials say it took about. Fifteen minutes for. Those stadium lights to warm back up the dodgers went on to beat the Padres five four now. This was the Second power outage during a dodgers game this summer the I was back. In July when a my large balloon hit the power, lines in KABC sports dodgers and Padres play again, today angels take on Houston later this, afternoon KABC dependable traffic Glendale freeway state road. To still slow that right. Lane of the connector, to, ten west is closed and blocked off with roadwork seven ten Long Beach freeway if you're headed northbound it's a little slow approaching I ten and that is. Due to ongoing roadwork today backup start at Ramona boulevard KABC socal weather we're going to see a little bit of sunshine today warming up to a high of eighty, one Monday, tomorrow sunshine and a high of eighty right now cloudy, and Seventy-three at LAX cloudy and seventy three in Pasadena it's cloudy in seventy. Three in downtown Los Angeles I'm JoAnne Ginette talk radio. Seven, ninety KABC news This show furnished.
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"KABC news is live, and local at three o'clock I'm Jeff wiggle scary moments this morning near LAX were officers stopped a man. Driving with weapons and explosives random checkpoint inspection of a truck uncovered several, guns and hand grenades bomb squad was called out traffic was diverted at LAX police officer rob head Agron says. They conducted a thorough inspection revealed that be hand-grenades were inert and replica items the firearms although they were operational and working were. Legally owned than legally possessed the driver of the truck who. Is apparently a World War Two enthusiasts was let go with his weapons and fake grenades James throw Haas. KABC news more than seventy four hundred homeless families and individuals are now in permanent housing thanks to the first full year. Of funding from measure h LA county officials announced today more than thirteen thousand other Other, people entered crisis bridge and interim housing funded in whole or. In part, by measure age. A half cent voter improve sales tax that, went into effect in July of last. Year is expected to generate three hundred fifty five. Million dollars per, year for ten years to fight homelessness the, owner of a Tennessee meat packing plant or more than ninety people were taken into custody in a federal. Immigration raid is agreed to plead guilty to employing unauthorized immigrants James Brantley, also agreed to plead guilty to tax evasion and wire fraud this week in the wake of the April raid. On the southeastern provision meat packing plant court records show Brantley dodge nearly one point three million dollars in federal payroll taxes over. The past decade civil rights activists say that raid may have. Been the biggest employment crackdown under President Trump's administration the twelve member jury is in its second day of. Deliberations in fact it's wrapped up now Paul manafort's financial fraud trial in Virginia and they did not reach a bird Addict I'll return Monday meanwhile the judge presiding over the trial of Donald Trump's former, campaign chairman says he will not release the names of the, jurors at the trial's conclusion corespondent Jessica Schneider reports judge said. I don't want to reveal their names because of their personal safety and he went. Even further, let me actually quote this he said I'm not going to. Reveal any, threats but I. Can, tell you there has been revealing that, throughout this process he has received threats Now finally Aretha Franklin's funeral, was announced today will be held. August, thirty first at greater grace temple in her. Hometown, of Detroit Michigan according to the Queen of souls publicist but the service will be limited to relatives and close friends now public viewings will take place August twenty eighth and twenty ninth.