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Groups sue over California county's plan to drill oil wells
"In energy News. Environmental and community groups have sued current county after its board of Supervisors approved in ordinance this week that could fast track tens of thousands of new oil and gas wells. Sierra Club and other groups have asked the court to order county leaders to set aside the ordinance, which allows the county to use a blanket environmental impact report when considering permits for new wells and bar Kern County supervisors from approving any new drilling
Rudy Gobert's Transformation Started In The D-League
"On sunday rudy. Gobert made his second straight appearance in an nba. All star game. Tom make it a second confederate and for years. Now the big man with the even bigger wingspan. There's been a dominant force within the nba. Tolbert defensive player of the year. There was a time when that was not the case. Time when rudy gobert future was very much in doubt. Today the fx christopher come ronnie takes us back to the time when go gobert was uncertain about where it was headed and explains how he climbed his way to the top. They knew that if he could fill out if he could continue to develop defensively and add various tidbits to his game. Offensively could potentially become a game changer in the league. That's their mind in rudy's mind. He always believed that he would took from wondering athletic. I'm under scotto. It's monday march eighth. And this is the league. It felt like something great emotion and ask past. I s not get this. This is here. you're gonna be the athlete. It stays with you so chris basketball fan today. Think of rudy gobert this absolute force you know a guy who dominates around the rim often makes other teams change their style of play when they face him. But you recently spoke with rudy and wrote about how that has not always been the case so take us back to the days when rudy gobert was not yet rudy. Gobert there. Yes so rudy. Gobert was drafted by the denver nuggets in two thousand thirteen and acquired by the jazz in a draft night. Trade played for show les the french league and his sizeable things into the twenty seventh overall. Pick and he came into the league as a relative unknown. What you'll bring to this team. I mean i i know. You're very long and and a defensive presence. What do you think you can. How can you help this team right away right away. Yeah can we. He had worked his way up the international level coming up in france he had to work himself onto the radar of even french national teams. He wasn't really all that known as a fifteen sixteen year old. How long have you been playing basketball nine years nine. So did you grow up playing soccer before he was on jazz team. That had several high draft picks on it. They had derrick favors. Ns canter to former high draft picks. Big men that played rudy's position. They had a veteran and andreas. Who was a veteran presence on that team as a big man and under that regime rudy kind of found himself as the odd man out but the jess drafted him and took him on as a project and he apparently was not the most stylish guy. What he i community league. yes so obviously. When you're twenty one year old seven foot one kit. That's tall and gangly. It's hard to find clothes that fit you. Great i was going to be on. Is doing right now if you see rudy these various nba awards where he's won the nba defensive player of the year. Two times now. He's showing up and looking very much like a stylistic parisian that he probably always wanted to be back in two thousand thirteen when he was still sort of odd man out on the jazz as you put it. He got sent down to the bakersfield jam of what was then the d. league. i from a life standpoint. What was it. Like for rudy gobert. End up so far off the beaten path and you know in one of the rougher parts of california yes so it's a culture shock for anybody. I think who wants to be a professional basketball player to have to go to a place like bakersfield. California bakersfield has kind of a rough and tumble streak about it. It isn't the most friendliest places. Well tonight we are taking an in depth look into black tar heroin and its presence here in kern county. Rudy's coach will void talked about it would be culture shock for anybody. Let alone a parisian arriving in bakersfield. Which is we're like community area where where are rena and everything was based. That is kind of like mess. Mess capital of the world. So i think he was not going to find a croissant sprint. Snow and anywhere around there. The coaches just told him to stay in his hotel room. And just relax tries to be honest. tells hotel for the most in when he wanted to go work out at the gym. the bakersfield complex. Had you know that all that stuff in their facility but it was very much like. It was almost like a private school in that. He went from work to the hotel room. And that's
"C. Safeway or yes we can is a rallying cry for justice freedom and dignity that was born from the heart and mind of civil rights revolutionary. Dolores wet the chant of Si Se. Puede his been taken up by many movements. From Barack Obama's two thousand eight presidential campaign to the fight for climate justice to the continued struggle for workers rights to Spain's anti austerity campaigns of 2019. Martin Luther King Junior said that the arc of the moral universe is long but it bends towards justice we all know that it only bends towards justice because of individuals willing to put themselves on the front lines of the Civil Rights Struggle Laura Sweater who turned ninety on April tenth. Twenty twenty has never left the front lines. She's a force of nature that has transformed the lives of those who grow and harvest the food that sustains each of us creating the phone welcome movement with Cesar Chavez she is the mother of the modern labor movement also came up with the idea that consumers have the power to shape and push industries like great growers to improve farm worker conditions. She then that. Labor negotiations to memorialize will can benefit in the nation's first of their kind collective bargaining agreements. Deloris is a fearless and incredibly effective advocate legislation. She championed the landmark building nineteen sixty to allow people to take the California driver's examination in Spanish. And and she's never stopped last year. She helped enact leads to create California's Fund for safe and affordable drinking water Quetta who describes himself as a born again feminists consciously incorporated feminism into her fight for workers rights and push Gloria Steinem and the one thousand nine hundred sixty s to expand the feminist movement to include issues of race thereby helping make feminism and Movement for all women not just white women from the beginning. Dolores wet has also been an environmental champion fighting to protect workers from harmful pesticides sanding shoulder to shoulder with native Americans at Standing Rock and picking up litter after every rally she led. I Talk About a fiftieth anniversary with my hero and living legend Dolores Wetter Kelly. Working Fourteen hour days with Heff Foundation to make sure farmwork has have access to protective equipment food and benefits during this pandemic. And if you thought you knew everything about Delores also talk about why she loves burning man. Dolores where are you right now all right now? I'm in the belly of the beast. I'm in Bakersfield California Bakersfield and all of Kern county. You are going through really rough times right now. Dolores is a lot of people that have been laid off. I think it's over a thousand oil workers that have been laid off. One of the company is completely. Shut Down Lager. People EARN EMPLOYEES CIVILLY TRAGIC. But we know at the same time. And that's why we see that our air is a little cleaner a usually here in Kern county. We are women the worst areas of pollution for air pollution in the country. And we know that that air pollution really affects not only the physical health especially if the children but also the mental health of children. Here we have Not only to freeways that can make your highway ninety nine and highway five of but then we have all of the pollution that comes from the Agricultural Industry Caesar industrial growers that have not really converted their tractors They're so easy in a lot of diesel. It's a big struggle and when you try to bring to the attention they consider this to be an attack instead of thinking. Okay what do we have to do to make them more economically friendly jobs for people so these are the challenges that we have ahead of us as we try to convert all of the fossil fuel industries into industries. That are more friendly for everybody. So deloris in the late fifties and sixties when you have founding the farmworker movement and and really bringing those issues to the full when whether environmental issues like drinking water and air quality and pesticide runoff. How did those issues fest? Come to your attention right at the beginning at the very beginning you know. I grew up in Stockton California which is also like a cultural area. I was in a field in. I see this what I thought was fog rolling in but I thought how can you have fog in the summertime? Well it was a pesticide residue. That was rolling in. That was one of the first things that farmer who's complained about about the effects of Pesticides. And so we had so many cases of pesticide poisonings. Sometimes Terry crews like thirty. Forty people would been poisoned at the same time. How can this happen? Slow regard for the health farm workers so one of the first contracts that I signed a day. Employers tell exactly how many pesticides they were going to spray and where they were going to be spread out and then we passed legislation to make sure that the appeals are posted of when they sprayed some of these dangerous pesticides and then we work very very hard to get some of these dangerous pesticides restricted and banned forever and unfortunately a lot of pesticides we had because like Didi they were then shipped to Mexico to Latin American countries. And so here but we had all of these farmers could children that. Were being bored with these horrible deformities being born without arms without legs so horrific here you had children in Mexico and parts of Latin America. That were having exactly the same type of affection disabilities that were coming from pesticides
Kern County closer to reopening after health officer rescinds local coronavirus pandemic order
"Its part Kern county said this no the stay at home exist except for essential needs practice social distancing wash hands with soap and water often avoid touching eyes nose nose or mouth with unwashed hands cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue or your elbow avoid close contact with people who are sick stay away from work school or people if you become sick where a face covering while in public if you are unable to maintain social distancing end of quote but they want to continue to hear they said to the guidance issued by the governor of California regarding the stay at home order speaking of stay at home there's a Bronx your doctor on the front lines his name is doctor Daniel Murphy he is chair of the department of emergency medicine at St Barnabas hospital and he wrote a column for the New York Post since he's been in the E. R. every day for the last few weeks either supervising providing direct care he and two of his daughters one of whom is a nurse have contracted the coal that nineteen virus and have recovered he has acknowledged that the pandemic has been called the worst health disaster of my thirty year career because of its intensity duration and potential for what lasting impact he said but it's the lasting impact part that concerns him the most he gave four reasons for why the lockdown should end he said first the number of cases and deaths is on a downward trend secondly non coronavirus healthcare suffering as people avoid going to the doctor for the things that they should go to the doctor for because they fear either contract the corona virus or overwhelming the hospital system also public fears don't match the reality of the number of people who might have already had the disease and race of the medic suggests it's deeper into our society that we think also suggest is far less deadly than we think and natural herd immunity he says is
"kern county" Discussed on WTVN
"Without disease and without symptoms and lock them in your home so some of these things moved from what we've studied from immunology microbiology aren't really messing with what we know as people of the scientific minds it read this stuff every day typically in Kern county for instance are we've tested five thousand two hundred and thirteen people and we have three hundred and forty positive cases well that's six point five percent of the population which would indicate that there is a widespread viral infection similar to flu so if you look at California these numbers are from yesterday we have thirty three thousand eight hundred sixty five code cases a total of two hundred eighty thousand nine hundred total tested that's twelve percent of Californians were positive for code so we don't in the initial as you guys know the initial models were were woefully inaccurate they predicted the millions of cases of death out of not a prevalence or incidence but death that is not materializing and cut what do I cut five go it is materializing in city California is twelve percent positives well we we have thirty nine point five million people if we just take a basic calculation extrapolate that out that equates to about four point seven million cases throughout the state of California which means this thing is widespread that's the good news we've seen one thousand two hundred and twenty seven deaths in the state of California with the possible incidence or prevalence of four point seven million that means you have a zero point zero three chance of dying from cold in nineteen the state of California zero point zero three chance of dying from code in the state of California is that does that necessitate sheltering in place does that necessitate shutting down medical systems does that necessitated people being out of work I want you to do what you do something for yourselves and for me so you can determine really how you want to spend your time listening to television and radio and I will put my record right out there with everybody else I want you to go to mark living show dot com I don't get any points for this I'm just saying go to mark living show that come and go to the daily recap and go back into late February early March mid March and so forth and you will see how consistent I've been about the subject from day one not because I'm an expert not because I'm a statistician because I'm happy demi Allah just virologist I'm not even a doctor and I don't play one at home because I research analyze and study while some hosts had their hair on fire and we're saying the president wasn't taking this seriously enough he was and he's been while some hosts were going on on that there's not enough this and there's not enough that I said it's being overstated I also said it was the responsibility of the states under state law to expand hospital beds in hospitals in and to acquire things like MRI eyes and see teas and analyze trying to provide some perspective in support for a president's federalism approach day in and day out week after week I spoke about how the fatality rate had to be too high not because I'm an expert because it didn't make sense to me what we were being told I told you I went out bought mass when they told us not to get by mass I didn't hoard them I bought some for family because they didn't make sense to me their arguments I had doctor felt she we were very polite early on he could have been nice and I asked him but he wasn't as extreme as viewpoints as he became either yes I've pointed out here we went back and looked letter part of January he said this wasn't anything to worry about and now it's let's close down till Kingdom Come I have been warning early on about civil liberties I've been warning early on that they're actually putting the wrong people in the quarantine that they should focus the resources I read Dr catch you before him I read Dr I need is to you the whole Stanford group which is now all over TV we discovered them and we will continue to do so and the media treat me one of two ways either throw me in with everybody else or they attack but they don't actually hear what I say they don't really care they don't look at the substance they don't look at the sources they've got it all figured out these guys keep writing books about talk radio I forget the lady's when Brian something or other I'm in the book the men's never spoken to me in my life they think they know how I started in radio they have no idea none they always get it wrong I think I just started in radio when I was in my forties no I always had an interest in radio when I talk about it on the air but they ignored they think that Russian Shawn and I and a few others really all the same we're not the same they're all great but we're not the same and they have a narrative that they continue to push its the wrong merit it's not the correct narrative at least not as far as I'm concerned my shows comes and same with this the most despicable source of information that you could possibly use because it so thoroughly and completely corrupted inaccurate is wikipedia I dare to check out my entrance in wikipedia it is so filled with lies and cherry picking and loading there's like one guy in boxers and a tank top sits in his mother's basement eating Cheetos and rubbing apple sauce on his chest that's the guy who writes a lot of the stuff so my day comes and I'm hit by a bus or whatever and people go to wikipedia read about me they're not going to know who I am they should go to my books that's what I present they should go to my website if they care not people interpreting what I say or saying what I say there hasn't been a single book written about conservative talk radio when they talk to me and they haven't got me right yet the one I bring us because I just percent one that's why and so they'll never get this right that is what my positions have been they want you to think what my positions are they want a project on your look at this you know even trump more about living as a move it's not a matter who moves I look at the evidence and I give it my best shot something the media does not do I'll be right back.
"kern county" Discussed on WJR 760
"The healthy for you take those without the disease and without symptoms and lock them in your home so some of these things it would from what we've studied from immunology microbiology aren't really messing with what we know as people of C. scientific minds and read this stuff every day typically in Kern county for instance are we've tested five thousand two hundred and thirteen people and we have three hundred and forty positive cases well that's six point five percent of the population which would indicate that there is a widespread viral infection similar to flu so we look at California these numbers are from yesterday we have thirty three thousand eight hundred sixty five code cases a total of two hundred eighty thousand nine hundred total tested that's twelve percent of Californians were positive for code so we don't the initial as you guys know the initial models were we will fully and accurately predicted in the millions of cases of death not a not a prevalence or incidence but death that is not materializing and cut what do I cut five go what is materializing in city California is twelve percent positive this week we have thirty nine point five million people if we just take a basic calculation extrapolate that out that decreased to about four point seven million cases from the state of California which means this thing is widespread that's the good news.
"kern county" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"A small I'm a small farmer in Kern county and that is thanks to more Jeez are you there yeah right here yeah okay yeah I'm I'm a small farmer in Kern county this brings the moralizing it's hard to plan for the future and the and I worry about my employees I have great employees I'm a small table grapes farmers and it takes a lot of the people to do those jobs but again this is a book called the regulations the status bar on upon me if this is just getting harder and harder yeah can I ask you a question how many people do employer how many people do you employ yeah full time employees to hundred and twenty part time employees at harvest okay simple as the hope for just a short time you know maybe a month and a half at harvest so it's it's a simple conclusion and if you don't have water then they're not employed they don't eat right yeah exactly and not only that the water now where I managed costing between five and six hundred dollars an acre the for your average Croft and end up for my state water I have to pay for most of that whether I get it get it or not that's something I've always impressed upon the listening public and they don't get it so often you guys you got to pay for the water if you don't get it you're not reimbursed they're not given a check back for what you lost you've just lost the money which is one of the the most stupid arrangements I've ever heard in my life you know you Newegg exactly.
Trump administration opens up drilling on federal land in California
"The trump administration is lifting a five year ban on hydraulic fracking and oil drilling on more than a million acres of federal land across central California in Fresno current Santa Barbara and Bakersfield counties one parcel is near your somebody another near the subway and national park on fire mentalist are outraged and so is California Attorney General have your but Serra who says he'll fight it here to talk about this is terminal he's professor of environmental analysis at Pomona College welcome back to press play thank you madam well tell us about this land and why the administration is doing this well there's a couple of things that play first of all this talk about fracking as a technology which admittedly opens up wells that in many cases seem to have been played out and so industry loves this new technology is actually an old technology but the new application of it that has done remarkable work for them in pulling oil out of the ground and gas out of the ground that they didn't think they could manage so that's the tech side the politics of this or even more interesting because again this is California because this is a top administrative play no one can avoid the fact that this is in direct response to governor Newsome's argument that fracking would be under scientific review in the state of California and here's the federal government sort of suggesting that its power overseas over overwhelms out of this date so in the end we're gonna see a lot of lawsuits lawsuits based on states rights yeah you know the irony of course is not missed on anyone that this is a states rights argument at one level but it's also a question about the rulings in twenty fourteen that set aside L. B. L. lambs decision original decision to approve fracking up along the central coast and elsewhere the BLM now says it has complied with a court order but that calm whether it fully complied is probably going to be the technical part of the lawsuit but the other will be but Serra as he has been doing repeatedly sense twenty seventeen is going to suit to challenge this and basically to bog down any federal action in the state of California okay so does that mean nothing's going to happen until these lawsuits go forward well I think that's what it means because that's what it is meant in other instances in different ways so you know whether it's ninety circuit will hear this I don't know but I assume that's were the suits will go to and you know that's been tends to be sympathetic to the arguments that California has been making about the environment over the years and actually other states under its jurisdiction so my guess is this is going to end in court my guess is that by keeping it in court this becomes a way by which to slow the process down certainly until twenty twenty elections and if the White House is flipped then I think California among other places will breathe a sigh of relief but in general this is federal land feds have the ability to do whatever they want with it even if it is an **** state yeah that's that's sort of sticking point because the bureau of land management since and leave early nineteenth century has had control of all mineral rights under federal property everywhere and this is federal property your but the state of California and last month attack governor Newsome said the moratorium on fracking will review all permits in the state and that includes federal lands so it's not clear to me that legal jurisdiction or the legal legitimacy if that claim but I think that will also be adjudicated in the courts general though pre governor knew some governor brown was pretty open to allowing fracking in California right he was and that that drove drove many of us crazy because the the sort of green perspective that he loaded and and frankly did a lot of good a lot of good issues seem to be in conflict and his argument was that oil and gas have been crucial to California's economy we want to continue that process even though and the other hand we're talking about trying to become more carbon free and I think that in the end is going to be one of the central issues in the public debate which is the same moment in which cop twenty five is meeting in Barcelona and the United States is fundamentally absent from that global conversation about how to move towards a carbon free economy the trump administration is demonstrating once again is that it is most interested in being retrogressive and that it perceives that oil and gas of the way to go and the world be damned but then you have localities localities which are hurting financially like sure Kern county in the board of supervisors there unanimous unanimously approved a measure to bring the oil industry and to present their plans so you've got the on a local level you've got some lawmakers really wanting this to happen yeah you do and I fully appreciate their their desires to make that work it we've seen this in the past and walking areas for example in the nineteen eighties and nineteen nineties when clear cutting was cut back literally and logging town suffered enormously as a consequence of part of what I think any good state policy and frankly fed policy needs to do is to think very seriously about the economic impact on localities on the one hand that against the broader interests in this case carbon free economy in a climate change the world and and do some serious thinking about this you know in the early nineteen twenties to Justin name a person Gifford Pinchot who had been the first head of the four service wrote quite poignantly about the logging towns in Pennsylvania that had turned out empty because all of the winter but the four deforested and he was very concerned about those kind of economic ramifications and and we need to take that seriously I guess that's the larger point is we've got to take it seriously and there has to be a way by which to negotiate this process wholesale opening up public lands to fracking is not that policy it is a kind of political pay back that I think will not work to the president's advantage thanks for coming on today my great pleasure thank metal term Miller professor of environmental analysis at Pomona
McDonald's employee faces felony charges after 'special' burger was prepared for police officer
"Games people play a woman in custody in Bakersfield California accused of tampering with the police officers meal while she was working in a fast food place it happened last week at a local McDonald's in Bakersfield for management to make Donald reported that while they were reviewing the video that they learned that on November twelfth an employee intentionally tampered with food that was served to a law enforcement officer twenty one year old tecia Hargrove was arrested last Friday Matt Alvarez with the Kern county California sheriff's department sees surveillance footage from McDonald's we're gonna be going over that to determine exactly what the nature of the tampering once Hargrove had lost an excessive force lawsuit she filed against Bakersfield police back in twenty seventeen A. B. C.'s Greg left in Bakersfield
Police: Illegal hemp plants seized from California farm were worth $1B
"Police in central California busted a farm that turned out to be growing cannabis plants containing T. H. C. the Kern county sheriff's office said it seized and destroyed about one hundred million plants it served search warrants at several fields totaling four hundred fifty nine acres in the Arvin areas part of a joint investigation with the FBI the office said samples of the plants tested well above the federal limit of point three percent of T. H. C. for industrial hemp authorities said the plants were essentially cannabis worth about one billion dollars on the black market
Chevron Has An oil and Water Spill Cleanup In Progress
"Close to eight hundred thousand gallons of oil and water have leaked from a chevron will save in Kern county about thirty five miles west of Bakersfield state officials say about a third of that is crude petroleum the state's division of oil gas and geothermal resources had previously slap chevron with a notice of violation and ordered a halt oil extraction working at the site now it's going further the division is requiring the company to prevent new leaks chevron says no oil has spilled since last Tuesday and that most of the oil and water has been recovered I'm Ted Goldberg KQED
"kern county" Discussed on KCRW
"Mitchell Kern county fire department battalion chief he says that Cruz and equipment from throughout the state are opting out the LA Orange in San Bernadino county fire departments are among those who send teams to the area meanwhile ridgecrest hospital has re opened to patients following a state inspection the hospital was shut down after the initial quake on July fourth and it suffered some damage from water leaks a red cross shelter remains open ridge transfer people unable or too scared to go back to their homes some tense moments in Woodland Hills this morning after an armed man crashes car into a bank following a police chase and then holed up inside the man surrendered after police brought his daughter to the scene and she was able to coax him out of the building police say the incident started when they tried to stop the suspect for reckless driving he spent often authorities say he was driving so fast when he crashed into the chase bank branch his car went all the way into the building it's not clear what if any injuries he suffered in the collection a new study out of USC says teenagers who use prescription opioids to get high are more likely to start using heroin before they graduate from high school KCRW's Kaylee wells has the details the study is the first to track teen opioid and heroin use over time it followed thirty three hundred students through their four years in high school and ask them twice a year about their drug use six hundred of them said they used prescription opioids to get high in the first three and a half years the students were about seven times more likely to use heroin before they graduated the study senior author Adam Leventhal says opioids activate the brain's pleasure circuit teens who like the high could be more inclined to find other drugs that provide that euphoria like heroin by the time the study ended in twenty seventeen nine percent of the nation's roughly forty eight thousand opioid overdose deaths were in people less than twenty five years old for KCRW I'm Kaylee wells support for NPR comes from I drive.
Shaken communities take stock of damage after Southern California quakes
"After two major quakes aftershocks are expected in southern California the seven point one quake was centered north east of Los Angeles Kern county was hit by a six point four quake on the fourth of July in Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti so far no reports of any significant a catastrophic damage we do about twelve hundred customers without power in the Sherman oaks valley gland area San Fernando Valley California's governor Gavin Newsom is asking president trump for federal help mark killer duty is director of the governor's office of emergency services his priorities right now for medical support and for fire fighting and form a magician power as knowledge just Lucy Jones with cal tech and the Geological Survey says more aftershocks will happen this is an earthquake sequence it will be on going this is USA radio news
"kern county" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"The same area that was hit with a six point four magnitude quake on the fourth of July today Kern county fire chief Dave which gives us an update they're all right now just inspecting buildings and doing a large search he says they don't yet know the extent of the damage and they don't know if there are any major collapses or they bite I they will find out once they start searching he says so far no reports of people being trapped they also don't yet know of any deaths one meteorologist has there been thousands of after shocks and more are coming dueling protests in DC this afternoon the anti fascist group and T. fuzz holding a stop the outright rally approaching park nearby freedom plaza the old right group proud voice holding and demand free speech freedom rally of freedom plaza sponsored by probable ace so we are today because political correctness has taken over in a way like never before we are on the brink of social war all these let this companies like YouTube Twitter and Facebook or silence against conservative voices reports on Twitter say tensions are rising high but so far no reports of large scale violence in DC today we're police are trying to keep the to have different sites separated the probable is an anti thought had violent confrontations in Portland Oregon last weekend that injured some police officers and others including a journalist Marylanders to register to vote will soon noticed something different on the forms people who don't want to identify themselves as male or female we'll be able to choose acts were unspecified is the gender according to the Baltimore sun the state's elections board cast unanimous vote last week to change the forms as state law passed earlier this year requiring the motor vehicle administration to offer the same option on driver's licenses and state ID card starting in October hackers strike again in Maryland the department of labor says social security numbers for nearly eighty thousand Marylanders who got unemployment in twenty twelve or G. E. D.'s into thousand nine ten or fourteen we're stolen so far they have not found any mis use of the data taken in April's hack the departments calling people who were impacted in advising them to watch their accounts the state also offering them free credit monitoring this comes after ransomware attack on Baltimore city's government computers last may the US is preparing to play the Netherlands in the final of the twenty nineteen women's World Cup tomorrow the USA came into the term as most people's favorites both in the United States and internationally and though the overwhelming favorites to beat the Netherlands and retain the trophy alley Kreider of team USA says though it won't be easy here planning at the best of the best teams in the world obviously against the European champions it it will be a battle but were so prepared and we just have to mentally to see see focus and and keep doing what we've been doing this entire tournament Americans have won all of their matches this World Cup on the other side the Netherlands are playing in their first ever women's World Cup final becoming the eighth different country to plan a final in the fourth European nation I'm TJ Contini after the tournament many of the players will not be taking the president outlined his invitation to come to the White House according to midfielder Megan Rapinoe I haven't spoken to everyone about it I was eight not myself not Ellie Krieger and I suspect not many if any of the other players up next traffic and weather on WMAL this is what's going on nine AM I cannot be the only person thinking this right now everything you need to start your day the latest forecast the lady of.
1,400 aftershocks recorded after powerful California earthquake
"But some residents are choosing to remain outdoors tonight worried about getting trapped if there's another massive earthquake in southern California Caltex Zachary Ross's some of the after shocks are pretty powerful been about fourteen hundred aftershocks seventeen ninety four aftershocks including one five point four cruise in Kern county have been out fixing cracks that formed and roadways from yesterday's six point four magnitude
Eye Opener: Powerful earthquake strikes Southern California
"In southern California they're recovering from Thursday six point four magnitude earthquake earthquake caused multiple injuries gas leaks and cracked roads really shaky and I'm like oh it's really happening a rolling earthquake like thirty seconds California governor Gavin Newsom tweeting that he has a proven emergency proclamation for the earthquake in Kern county fox's eyes Hosni seismologists warn another big quake
Multiple injuries, 2 housefires after quake
"Crews in the southern California town of ridgecrest say they believe they have the upper hand on fires sparked by today's magnitude six point four earthquake we have multiple injuries we've had to house fires we've had small vegetation fires power lines down gas leaks dissociatives events that take place after you have a larger earthquake Kern county fire chief David
"kern county" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Six fifty eight fifty eight Nathan, let's talk little national politics here. Just a little bit has the shutdown had any impact on the the county. You know, I would say, yes. And I don't know the full extent of it. But a lot of the funding that the county receives does come from the federal government. So the longer that the shutdown takes place. I'm sure that the reimbursements that were counting on some of those can't be made until the the federal government, of course, opens up for business again Wednesday. Yeah, Wednesday, the president tweeted out that he threatened to cut off some FEMA funds from California would that have an effect on us. We haven't any fires here. He's mainly talking about the fire. But would that if he did that would that impact us? Well, I I would say again. Yes, that does have an impact on us. And again, looking at the fires that have taken place here in California. A lot of people don't realize in Fresno county, if you look at just the tree die off that's taken place. The end of two thousand seventeen we estimated one hundred twenty nine million dead trees in the Sierra alone in the ten county region from El Dorado county, all the way down to Kern county, Fresno county is the second most impacted county by tree Diaw in again Tober of two thousand seventeen there was an estimated twenty one point one million trees that had died in Fresno county alone. So this is a significant issue, and I've got I give a lot of credit to our public works department. Our department of public health they're out there receiving grants making sure that the ingress egress points or roads are cleared. So we don't have trees falling over the road. So if we do have a fire people can get in and out of there quickly. But one of the things that the president has said is because of our lack of management of of. Our force there. Do you agree or disagree with him? No, I agree. So if you go up into the forest that we have and you look at just the number of trees per acre. It is extremely crowded the best stewards of the forests have been the native Americans. And if you go back and look at pictures of Fresno county from one hundred and fifty years ago, you can see through the forest, and that's a healthy forest. But right now, what we have is a forest that is too many trees are clustered together. They're fighting for the limited resource of water. And then on top of that, you have the bark beetle infestation, and those bark beetles are going in and killing these trees, so just exacerbating the problem. All right. Let's go back to the phone lines. Now, Scott is on the line, Scott. You got a question for supervisor. Yeah. Farming community north central valley Stockton care, and I'm just wondering we've had technology for tertiary treatment of water for years, and let's wastewater or even water coming from construction sites and or farming can be run through a series of. Come out, actually. Have flown through our river systems. And I just wondered why that never ever Miller even spoken of know. You know? Well, we can talk to right now for. Yeah. I'm very familiar with tertiary actually, the city of Clovis, which I used to be on the council there uses tertiary treatment at the sewer plant so water that goes to the sewer plant in Clovis tertiary, basically, you've got secondary treatment tertiary, and so eh Clovis. I believe that there's ultraviolet light. That's used to help kill the bug. So to speak that exists in the water. But also, you've got membrane type technologies where I believe you can push water through a membrane keeps all the unwanted particles out. I'll say that tertiary treatment while it's very effective, and it brings water to a high quality. It's also expensive too. So you can't just use tertiary treatment everywhere. So whether you have a dairy, I if they wanted to put in some type of tertiary treatment process at a at a dairy in and run water through it again that's expensive in Clovis. We spent about eighty million dollars eighty million dollars building one phase of three phase sewer plant and this. Back in like two thousand and nine and that plant right now flows. It can flow up to about two point nine million gallons a day of sewer water to get it and clean that water. And that really isn't a whole lot of water in the grand scheme of things, but we spent eighty million dollars ten years ago just to do two point nine million gallons. So really that's out of our reach it. So I I don't wanna say it's out of the reach where I see tertiary having great potential is cities right now that have sewer plants and they're only using secondary treatment or they're allowing that water just to be shipped away from them. I do purple pipe systems. That's where you take tertiary treated water put it into a system and then use it for landscaping or use it for agriculture. So that water is not lost out of county or outside of the city real quick before we have to go. And again, thank you for being with us today. Big subject, obviously nationally is the reason for the shutdown the county's position on that. You know, the county really hasn't taken an official position on. On the border, obviously as one individual. I can say, 'i sworn oath to the constitution of the United States and the constitution of the state of California. What really frustrates me is a here at the state level. Many of our elected officials. It's almost like they are in a fight with the federal government with the president of the United States. That's not what this country is about. So taking that oath to uphold the constitution of the state of California as well as the United States. I'm conflicted being a conservative myself. I look at what the president wants he's in that position. He promised border wall. And really, I I'm not upset with the president for what he's doing because one of the promises that he made to the public and why the public elected him nationally.
Guatemala Expels U.N.-Backed Anti-Corruption Panel, Claiming Overreach
"Yet. Just the the the the description of the policies, and of course, the legislature will have a lot to do with this. And the economy will have a lot to do with it as well, we've seen some real turbulence on Wall Street and in some of the markets around the world. And so that has to be a cautionary note for the new governor. And I think he's also going to be very mindful Gavin Newsom, we'll be of not blowing it I've not just spending the money and. Developing a reputation for not being able to manage a budget. Well, he does have a huge majorities of Democrats in the legislature. You can be sure as I imagine Sean Walsh will be happy to tell you that the Democrats have a big appetite for spending and they're going to have their own priorities. Some of which will overlap with the new governor. But this will be a new set of priorities. It'll be interesting to see what he says today in his inaugural speech, and what he says in the coming days and weeks and months about things like high speed rail and the twin tunnels in the delta which were priorities for Jerry Brown, but they may not be forever Newsom. Well, I want to talk about his priorities and talk about them with you. But here he is talking about the challenges. Many state residents face as they seek the California dream. But let's be honest. There's no doubt about this. The dream is still too distant for too many where a land of plenty. But we are far from perfect too. Many Californians are being priced out of housing healthcare and higher education. Too. Many workers are feeling the ever tightening squeeze of automation and wage stagnation. Too. Many children are growing up in poverty and starting school from behind in many ways in many places, we are simultaneously the richest and the poorest state kind of lays it out there, Scott. And I think many of the promises that have been made are sort of implicit in. What we just heard? He's in fact, said ironclad single payer to the nurses union. He did. But you know, he has also been a little more, shall we say realistic about that in recent months, he would like to make progress on that. But I think and I think. The nurses understand too that there isn't going to be single payer healthcare in California this year, or maybe even next year or the year after that. But they want to see some progress. And I think Newsome is committed to at least giving it a shot. What I think you're gonna see really that'll be the biggest difference between the outgoing Brown administration. And the Newsome administration is the focus on children. He has of course, for young children himself that in and of itself is a big optics different difference from Jerry Brown who does not have any kids. And we've seen those kids front and center over the weekend at various events that the governor elect his held me scrap the Newsom family moving to Sacramento, they are they think they struggled with that. Because they didn't want to uproot the kids from school in Marin, but they're going to be moving into the mansion Dan downtown Sacramento, I was talking to Gavin Newsom an hour or so ago, and he said he's only been in their once it's a little odd to be moving into a house that you barely know. But that's what they're going to be doing. I think even later today. Let me just ask a couple of things. That might distinguish him from his predecessor Jerry Brown. One thing that seems to be in the offing aside from the concern about childhood education and about community colleges in healthcare, and so forth is also an environmental concern because Jerry Brown was okay with fracking. He was okay. To a great extent with drilling. Not so clear that Gavin Newsom who's going to follow suit. Is it? Well, I think yeah. There's going to be certainly pressure on him from the so-called keep it in the ground lobby. They don't wanna see any oil extracted from California knocking Jerry Brown has taken a more, shall we say realistic perspective on that saying that look if we don't take it out of the ground people are still going to drive their cars. They're still going to be a demand for oil. It'll just be shipped in from other states, and that has its own environmental risks as well. So I think you may see this new governor back away from fracking a little bit. Maybe put more regulations on it or even it as they've done in some states. But I'm not sure that's going to be necessarily a top priority and the oil industry for all of its problems, and there are many environmentally speaking. It does provide a lot of jobs and a lot of revenue for counties, like, you know, Kern county, even LA county, some of those counties that you know, are really big and oil production. I didn't California's a second biggest oil producing state in the country. We can expect him to continue to be head of the resistance says. The New Yorker put it. Well, certainly in his speech today. We've seen excerpts of it. He is going to lay out a strong contrast between California, which is open to immigrants open to new ideas embracing diversity. He has found a pretty good foil in Donald Trump who is of course, extremely unpopular in California. But he's going to have to do more than that. And as Jerry Brown quickly figured out, you need the federal government at times, especially in a state like California, which is prone to one disaster or another. And so I would imagine he'll pick his battles. You know, you do have to pick up the phone sometimes and ask for an emergency declaration or emergency funding from the White House. So you don't want to you know, you don't wanna burn that bridge. I should say that his ex wife, Kimberly Guilfoil is also dating Donald Trump junior. So that might be a back channel into the Oval Office.
"kern county" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"The game. Download Dale the hunt for a cop killer in California is over officials in Santa fos county say illegal immigrants suspected of killing Newman. Police corporal, Ron sing is in custody. Authorities also arrested the suspect's brother and co worker who are in the country illegally after the arrest. Kern county sheriff Donnie Youngblood blasted California's sanctuary state law. Tire. Or hands. Allows work federal herders federal people that commit crimes earns country illegally. We're gonna have. This is not just on police officers. But on the public reserve that'd be project. Youngblood echoed remarks from Stanislas county sheriff Adam christianson who said that officer Ron sing might be alive. If not fertile law, which limits law enforcement cooperation with federal immigration authorities, the North Carolina State board of elections is disbanding without certifying a controversial race for congress. The board had refused to certify a Republicans win in the ninth congressional district after multiple reports of voter fraud that Republican Mark Harris filed an emergency petition to have the results certified before the board dissolved. The chairman of Sears is making a last second bid keep the retailer alive. CNBC reports that Eddie Lampert investment company is submitting a formal proposal earlier series at announced that it's closing eightieth its stores as its bankruptcy case proceeds and with only a few days left until the new year folks in New York are getting rid of their bad memories. From two thousand eighteen today was the annual good riddance event where people toss things into a giant shredder in.
"kern county" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Expected. Cop-killer jailed. I'm rich Denison, Fox News law enforcement in California, happy they've captured a man suspected of killing police officer, but expressing anger over policies. That allowed him to remain free. Arianna was arrested in Kern county for killing corP Ronel. Sing sing had pulled Arianna over Wednesday morning on suspicion of DUI Stanislas county sheriff Adam Christians as Arianna had two prior DUI's and was a known gang member here illegally from Mexico. But he says no one's ever been able to communicate that with immigration officials because of California's sanctuary laws border security goes hand in hand with national security. We need to be able unrestricted without political interference. We need to be able to protect our communities. Sings brothers sobbed in the background during the press conference as the sheriff called Singh's death. Preventable. Fox's Jessica Rosenthal in Los Angeles. President Trump today threatening to close at Asian southern border. If he doesn't get funding for his proposed border wall spokesman. In for house. Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi says Democrats will not agree to a wall but have offered border security funding. Democrats also wanna public endorsement from the president before agreeing to a proposal to end the partial government shutdown incoming acting White House chief of staff. Mick Mulvaney, says Democrats walked away from talks and are ignoring offers. It means the shutdown impacting about eight hundred thousand federal workers will continue into the new year. Fox's Jared Halpern on Capitol Hill the EPA will implement its shutdown plan just under an hour. Furloughing about fourteen thousand workers the agency says disaster response teams and essential workers will remain on the job a wild week on Wall Street with stocks remaining volatile in trading. Dow finishing seventy six points, lower the S and P five hundred down three the NASDAQ composite in the green up five points, Jerry Willis on the floor of the new York Stock Exchange. This is Fox News..
"kern county" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"The police department. City of Newman. We are extremely grateful for all the help support that we've received over the past few days. Without our brothers in law enforcement and sisters in law enforcement. This would have never happened. We we don't have the resources to make this happen without even a blink of an eye. They came to our aid and they were able to catch. The suspect and bring him into custody. This is new for our department. I know is shared yesterday. This hasn't happened in the city of Newman in the history of the police department. Many people have gone above and beyond to help us out overwhelming support from the community. The overwhelming emails phone calls. Text messages. We haven't returned all of them. And you just have to bear with us. We're gonna try to get back to everybody. It's gonna take some time. But thank you. Thank you, all for everything. You did. The team that took him into custody in Kern county, we greatly. Appreciate what you did for us. Santa's county sheriff's department tirelessly working keeping us updated. Throughout the night. We're always be in your debt. Thank you very much. So let's talk a little.
"kern county" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Orange County radio station. Reverse. Live from the twenty four hour newsroom. A school board member and gino's apologize for comments defending Hitler, Andrew crews. Put out a statement saying he made a poor analogy at a board meeting. He was originally trying to defend local control with Germany wasn't Hiller. That was that. It was the people that follow the laws and the gender cruises. Clarifying statement says that Hitler and those who followed him were awful his original comment last week was in response to what he sees as state overreach on sex education. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news. A man in Bakersfield who killed five people, including his ex wife was recently, divorced to police say that may have been a motivating factor in Wednesday's shooting spree. Kern county sheriff Donnie Youngblood says at one point the shooter carjacked a woman who had her kid with her the suspect made reference to the fact that he wasn't a bad guy in allowed the female to remove her child and herself and then drove off in the vehicle the man killed himself by shooting himself in the stomach Youngblood says the shoe. Shooter specifically targetted everyone who got shot the whole thing took about a half hour Long Beach. Police say they're trying to ease the minds of certain people with arrest warrants by helping them clear the warrant without going to jail. The police department is holding an event this weekend where people with an outstanding traffic or nonviolent misdemeanor warrant can get a new court date. Their name will be removed from the warrant system. The offer does not extend to people with felony warrants for violent crimes. Authorities in excess county Essex County, Massachusetts, say an over pressurized gas main has caused a series of explosions followed by fires Massachusetts Governor Charlie baker's urged people to stay out of the evacuated areas and stay away from the active seen plenty of time.
'Pure evil': Ex-New England mob boss gets life in prison for 1993 murder
"News, a former boss of the New England. Mafia has been sent to prison for life at eighty five and rather frail Cadillac. Frank salami still showed some fight. He stood in the courtroom and said, the real story will one day come out before a judge sent him to prison for life. For the nineteen Ninety-three murder of south Boston nightclub owner Stephen de Cero whose remains were discovered two years ago in Rhode Island. Prosecutors said so let me order to Sarah murder to keep him from cooperating with a federal investigation, and then watched his son and an associate Paul Weekes strangle him to death. We'd dick was also sentenced to
Gunman kills five in 'new normal' shootings in California
"Bands of hurricane. Florence are approaching the coast of North Carolina. Anna early today the category. Two storm was about five miles east southeast of Wilmington strong effects. From firm surge flooding are going to be felt far for where the center makes landfall eventually and the heavy rainfall can extend well inland, regardless of where the center actually goes on short National Hurricane Center specialist Dave's Alinsky says they still aren't sure where exactly hurricane Florence will make landfall.
Thousands of pallets of water bottles unused in Puerto Rico after hurricane
"Hundred linemen from Ohio and twenty more supervisors are slated to go where they are needed. If they are needed. And it's expected that they will be he says, they usually don't get the call to a specific area until about twenty four hours before storm hits land AP adds that it's the right thing to do for them since they would do the same for us of a weather event ever happened here outrage after viral video shows a nearly thousand pallets of bottled water transported to Puerto Rico after hurricane Maria anew. Used and rotting the photos going viral stretching down an airport runway in the town of CBA pallet. After pallet of unused bottled water FEMA had ordered twenty thousand pallets for distribution after hurricane Maria. But for some reason
"kern county" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Five eleven and we'll check the weather in just a moment. Six people dead emperor shooting spree in Bakersfield, California, the sheriff in Kern county says the went to a trucking business with his wife, confronted another man then shot that guy his wife, and then a third person who tried to flee went to another residents confronted to more men and shot them and then took his own life. Well in Washington, congress moving medical marijuana protection. Forward for veterans of your veteran. You can smoke pot perhaps. Let's get the latest on this initiative. Joining us live NBC radio correspondent, Mike Bauer. What's the story with this Mike we had Joe that was the plan? Yeah. There was supposed to allow military veterans to use medical marijuana in states where it's legal. But unfortunately that Bill was killed by congress in June. The Senate had passed a Bill to fund the VA that included an amendment that would not allow the VA to punish doctors for recommending medical marijuana. So the house. Pass their own Bill to fund the VA when they did that they did not include the amendment to prevent punishing doctors. But there was still hope because there was a committee that was created to create this final Bill. Combining the bills passed by the house and Senate that would include the amendment, however when congress released the final version of the Bill on Monday that amendment allowing doctors to recommend medical marijuana was removed. And the reason they're saying that all happen that had to do with the language that was language in the house. Republican leaders version that they did not like they didn't like one in the Senate. So they decided that they were going to kind of have this discussion a panel tasked to merge the proposals together, but those people who were responsible to do that opted to not include the cannabis provision in the final legislation is not the first time it happened. It also happened back in two thousand sixteen and again, they're saying it was a language issue. That's caused this all to blame here in New York. You just smoke. It. You won't get arrested. Doesn't matter. That seems to be the case. So the fears is though you're looking at veterans as well as Democrats hoping to sort of take over the house and Senate in November. So they can get these protections put into a law. Good NBC radio. Correspondent Mike Bauer. Thank you. Mike.
"kern county" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The holy fire is burning along steep and inaccessible mountains, in orange and riverside counties officials say. Crews they're making some progress building barriers between the blaze and. Residential, communities but extreme fire behavior remains a concern, ten win is a spokesman for the fires. Incident management team generally when you have a fire of this magnitude it tends to create its own weather pattern so, that's always a concern for the firefighters that are, out there because the wind can change and back in dictate you know how this fire is to go win says firefighters are expecting some relief. From the weather in the. Coming days, with a drop in temperatures and an increase in humidity. For, NPR, news I'm, Jeremy, Siegel This is NPR from k. q. e. d. news I'm Ryan Levy for your ficials say crews are making progress Bellini the largest wildfire in, state history. The Mendocino complex which is made up of two fires burning in, lake and Mendocino counties has scorched more. Than three hundred and twenty five thousand acres and destroyed more. Than, one hundred homes officials say the blaze is, now more active on its northern end in. A rural area with extremely rugged terrain Kern county fire captain carrier right says that can be difficult for firefighters accessibility, is very difficult and along with that you get, mountain ridges that firefighters down in communications are very difficult the Mendocino complex is now sixty seven percent contained officials hope to have it fully contained. By next month It, construction worker who was hit by a steel beam at the twin peaks tunnel project has died. According to the San Francisco municipal. Transportation agency the worker was injured at about four. Thirty PM on Friday the workers name has not been released MTA spokeswoman Erica Kato says he was, employed by the, Oakland based shimmy construction the San Francisco fire department they, responded immediately they transported the worker to San Francisco General hospital and it was announced of his passing a late last night Kato says work on the tunnel has been suspended and will resume once the occupational safety and health. Administration and San Francisco police department, complete an investigation of.
"kern county" Discussed on KCRW
"Irrigate all of these acres from the beginning could you talk about the resnick's initial relationship with water and the water bank that they were able to acquire so the resnick's farm one hundred twenty thousand acres of some of that land is in the central valley federal project so it's federal water some of it's in the state water project some of it is in is in neither project but it's on land that has groundwater these particular acres the most intensively farmed acres perhaps in the world that that area around lost hills were all these pistachios almonds pomegranates in citrus are grown that area has no groundwater as we said so to try to develop some kind of hedge some kind of margin back in the in the nineties resnick in his people were able to acquire a water bank now this water bank had been jump started with seventy five million dollars in taxpayer money the state was going to do it but they kept running into resistance from kern county the locals and then the state kinda didn't wanna do it and so there were these series of secret meetings in monterey and as part of these negotiations about state water where it was going and if you could sell it or not as part of those negotiations the resnick's were able to acquire this water bank and that water bank in flood years you can park up to a million acre feet of water in there and so that becomes their groundwater so law sills is you know if you're going to gamble that that's where you gamble the biggest and but the water bank gave them a little bit of certainty the problem was by your three and four of the drought the water bank water had run out so how did they get this water and what i ended up finding out is they end up buying some of this water two hundred million dollars worth from another king of agriculture the jag boswell company and some others and then they also do this secret pipeline which i discovered one day in the shadow of the california akwa duct as it's moving snow melt from north to south there's a silver pipeline it looks like a snake slithering there in this was this pipeline that in this time of desperation was moving not a great amount of water but a steady amount of water that had been pumped out of the ground by another billionaire and then sent to.
"kern county" Discussed on Advice from Mom
"How how does it what does it feel like to to tirelessly persevere all it feels great is brazilian uc is supposed to young people that will come up and say yes i wanna do something you know how can i organize and you know we encourage them to either join the group that's already been existence or start your own group especially we know that there's a lot of energy right now with the metoo movement with the young people that are marching on gun control with the black lives matter movement with the labor movement with the daca students so this is a lot of issues that people can engage in i'd like to answer your question as far as you know how does it feel to make history and i my first thought was sometimes i don't even we don't realize the impact that we're making until much later and i was just on a phone conversation with a colleague and he says well in what is doing with redistricting you know in kern county until larry county is just so great and i thought oh yeah you're right that's what we're doing you know so we're just like in the thick of it but that it feels exhausting it's exhilarating satisfying and most of all rewarding to see empowered individuals to see policies change and how do you fortify yourself when your mom was describing raising you and your siblings she talked about your mental health man to making sure that you're raising mentally healthy children how do you think your mental health day today and and keeping your spirits high how how does that plan to to this bigger picture i think that's extremely important self care and i really try to model that for our team you know elegant massages at least once a month i am blessed that i live in a mountain community so on the weekends when i'm home.
"kern county" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Whatever great once the other right so so you're gonna have this case is out of county didn't occur in los angeles because the prison was believe in kern county he serving life in order to prosecute him you couldn't use the polygraph you'd have to expose the informant which is going to put him in a bad position so nothing happens with the case obviously the guys serving life execute his wife there's no way they're ever going to let this man out but wait a minute the guy who doesn't care about traffic it's going to fall he's got to prioritize baby it's no big deal but linton killers ask so fast forward we get the parole hearing and i don't go up there we had we send a person from our office who is basically doing the hearing i go up there as a representative of the family because because their issues whether i'm considered a victim or not don't ask me why that is but i go up there's represented the family which allows me to end up saying what happened i give them advance i send a letter detailing everything i've just said and the parole hearing was one of the most disgusting proceedings i've been involved with in my legal career while hold on that's a cliffhanger terrible business and then i wanna know wanna know what goes on and they i o find find them interesting i always found them found it interesting that sharon tate's mom would show up and get with charles manson like every seven years and just be kind of like he's not going anywhere all i wanna be there like really interesting.
Los Angeles police chase RV possibly with children on board
"And fill out our form chuck thank you already we have been covering a along and very bizarre pursuit of a motor home and we've been following this for some time in fact carol you're on the air at three o'clock and we had this it has now come to a stop up in kern county the chp tells us the rv there it's an older model rv stolen and a wanted parolees behind the wheel possibly with children on board and there you can see that it's pulled over next to an orchard and this is what police were so concerned about because was there could be these children on board there was a word that this perhaps was a kidnapping so they were handling this very carefully and pursuing this vehicle but it never reached high speeds during the time we watched it and i think this is what they were trying to avoid a standoff like what we have here this is off highway ninety nine is you know we we lost them because of the weather going over the grapevine he continued to move north at one point looked like he was turning around and come south again but now there is the standoff in this orchard and it's also believed that the suspect may be armed as well very very difficult situation for officers will of course continue to monitor this and bring you the very latest right now that let's shift gears to our weather and you're looking at our san fernando valley camera and has the.
"kern county" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"To larry kings and kern counties now i think that's a good idea to put people to work i mean if we can get more jobs here but as high speed rail the way to do it he goes on to say a fifty grade separations are being created for fresno residents that means no more being stuck in long backups at shaw and herndon avenues as a slow moving freight train crawls up the tracks goes back to the show just before this one a highway ninety nine has been divided and realign with new overpasses at clinton avenue and blights are remove remember the embarrassing eyesores known as motel dr poof it's gone i'm reading from the article these are the things that will benefit us regardless if we're ever connected to the bay area or los angeles at by two hundred and twenty miles per hour train here here's here's the thing folks i wanna see more jobs come in here i i wanna see some of our intersections they need to be changed we need some overpasses we need all of that but why should we try to sell it to the rest of the state as high speed rail we've got infrastructure problems across this they drive ninety nine there are so many different places that we need to fix that will definitely help the congestion will help in so many different ways as far as speeding up connections between sacramento or fresno or san jose so many different places that we can go in that why do we need to sell it to the state this say well it's high speed rail when we keep looking at the cost of it that keeps going up and up and up and the reality of it it keeps going down and down and down as far as just the feasibility of being able to make it.
Charles Manson's grandson wins bizarre battle over cult leader's body
"And let's be very clear that sad reality continues every single day while the united nations is verified about twenty five hundred children killed between two thousand fourteen in two thousand seventeen it says the actual numbers are far higher of syria's estimated ten million children eight point six million are now in dire need of assistance that's up from about a half million after the first year of the war and speaking of syria and russia of course syria's ally us ambassador to the united nations nikki haley this week told the united nations security council if it won't step up and take action against russia and syria for serious bombing of its own people the us is ready to take military action a defense secretary jim mattis meanwhile thinks victory in afghanistan is still possible not necessarily though on the battlefield but in facilitating at taliban reconciliation with the afghan government he spoke shortly before arriving in kabul he said the aim is to convince taliban insurgents they cannot win on the battlefield thus driving them to the negotiating table to reconcile with the afghan government and all eyes are on pennsylvania today specifically the eighteenth congressional district for its special election democrat connor land is trying to pull up the major upset over republican rick saccone in a district that president trump dominated in two thousand sixteen donald trump junior campaigned monday i coned polls show that lamb could win the conservative district but the odds are long a grandson of cult leader charles manson has won the bizarre california court battle over the killers body kern county superior court commissioner lesson night ruled monday that jason freeman can retrieve manson's remains now they've been on ice in the bakersfield morgue since he passed away in november the fight over manson's corpse the infamous inmate the fight over it really devolved into a circus of sorts friends fouled competing wills purportedly signed by the inmate while manson's can begin began to come out of the woodwork to also stake a claim to the killers body and in the state that could include lucrative rights to of course songs that manson wrote or to just license his image and other material don't forget you can take us with you wherever you go download the talk stream live free mobile app reach out to me on social media twitter or facebook i met matt talk use the hashtag afn follow the show on twitter at america's first news use the hashtag afn there as well more breaking news on the way on.
"kern county" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"President tuesday expected to visit the southern border near san diego california to personally inspect prototypes for the mexican border wall protesters expected on both sides of the border federal investigators now looking into that deadly chopper crash into new york's east river on sunday night say they'll look at everything from floatation devices to passenger harnesses the crash killed five of the six people on board only the pilots survived a grandson of cult leader charles manson has won the bizarre court battle in california for custody of his remains a kern county superior court commissioner ruling the jason freeman of florida can collect the body of the convicted killer from the morgue in bakersfield manson's body has been on ice since he died in november in a hospital he had been serving life in prison for masterminding the nineteen sixty nine killings of actress sharon tate and eight others the battles between freeman and a man who claims manson was his father and the former manson pen pal i'm jack callaghan fox news radio this is the news this morning we are saluting the two point two million women who have joined in the war effort they now make up thirty seven percent of the workforce changing their role forever the prestigious harvard medical school this breaking ground at eight opening its doors to new female applicants today little girls all over the world to the sky where the first woman is now in space military stereotypes are challenged today with the trailblazing promotion of a us female officer to four star general it was just announced that the vast majority of last year's doctorate degrees were earned by women we've come so far but our news is changing for the worse more women die from heart disease and stroke than men even though it can be prevented make a change at go red for women dot org today brought to you by the ad council and the american heart association's.