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Federal Prisons On Lockdown Because Of 'Current Events'

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01:04 min | 4 d ago

Federal Prisons On Lockdown Because Of 'Current Events'

"Bureau Prison says it has locked down all of its prison facilities around the country as a precaution following the recent insurrection at the Capitol and ahead of possible violence during inauguration week next week. NPR's Jason Slotkin has more Announcement says the decision to not come from specific information or any significant event within a prison but was a precaution taken in light of current events occurring across the country. The statement doesn't specify what those events are. The lockdown comes is law enforcement agencies nationwide take measures following the insurrection at the Capitol and over fears of violent inauguration protest. The agency, which runs 122 prisons do not say how long the lockdown would last, but said that it would monitor events and adjust operations as a situation evolved. Federal prisons had already been running under modified operations due to the cove in 19 pandemic. Jason's flock in NPR news And you're listening to NPR news.

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US businesses cut Republican party donations in wake of riot

Science Friday

00:29 sec | Last week

US businesses cut Republican party donations in wake of riot

"Some businesses a rethinking political contributions and wake the wake of the cat deadly capital siege by the pro trump rioters last week. Citigroup is pausing all federal political donations for three months, saying the company won't support candidates who don't respect the rule of law and the trade group representing Blue Cross Blue Shield Association. Says it, too, is suspending political contributions to lawmakers who voted last week to reject the electoral college results that showed Democrat Joe Biden won.

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New Travel Advisory Urges Californians To Stay Within 120 Miles Of Home

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01:26 min | Last week

New Travel Advisory Urges Californians To Stay Within 120 Miles Of Home

"Million Corona virus cases have been confirmed in California. 28,000 people have died from the virus since so much spread is connected to where we go. A new state public health advisory is asking Californians to avoid traveling more than 120 miles from their homes unless that travel is absolutely essential. And the state is also issued a new health order to try to ease the strain on overburdened hospitals. KPCC is Jackie 48 has more about that. The state's public health officer has ordered that hospitals in regions with few or no ICU beds postpone non essential surgeries for at least three weeks that covers every county in Southern California. Hospitals that have room must also accept patients from other facilities that have maxed out their intensive care beds. That's the case at Memorial Hospital of Gardena chief Medical Officer Kevin Metcalf says he has 30 ICU patients, but just 10 ICU beds were really trying to work hard with County E. M s. To stop sending ambulances to my hospital because I'm overcapacity triple the normal level, Whereas the hospital down the street may only be a 100% capacity. Under the order patients in southern California could be transferred hundreds of miles north just to get care for the California report. I'm Jackie 40, a in Los Angeles.

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Coronavirus surge hits Los Angeles

Aaron Byrd

00:47 sec | 2 weeks ago

Coronavirus surge hits Los Angeles

"Number of coronavirus cases continues to surge across the country and California is especially hard hit infections in Los Angeles have doubled in the past month, surpassing 800,000 this weekend. Remember station kpcc Jessica Ogilvy has more This is the fastest acceleration of the pandemic so far, marking a doubling of cases in L. A county since the end of November, Health officials say they are desperate as L A hospitals are at capacity. Ambulances are being forced to wait as many as eight hours treating those patients in the vehicle when no emergency room beds are open. Some funeral homes are also overbooked and turning family's away. Authorities are worried the worst is not over yet with another post New year search possible

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Churches hold scaled-back, online services for Christmas

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00:34 sec | 3 weeks ago

Churches hold scaled-back, online services for Christmas

"News. The corona virus pandemic is altered many Christian traditions. But with people avoiding large gatherings, churches were still able to hold some of their annual holidays services simply moving them online. Meanwhile, quarantines, curfews and border closures of complicated Christmas celebrations for millions of people around the globe. For many, it is a smaller holiday gathering. This year's corner virus cases continue to surge in the U. S. More than 18 million people in the U. S have tested positive for the virus and covert 19 has now claimed the lives of more than 330,000. Americans. By far the most of any country

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Hollywood Could Take $20 Billion Hit From Coronavirus

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03:23 min | Last month

Hollywood Could Take $20 Billion Hit From Coronavirus

"The most basic is that movie theaters air just closed a lot of them. Our co host, Steve talked to John Horne, who covers the entertainment industry from member station KPCC in Los Angeles. Movie theaters are about to go out of business. I mean, I think that's the biggest story if you were to look at the biggest chains right now. They could barely scrape enough money together to buy a big tub of popcorn and a box of red vines. I mean, they have gone from a multi billion dollar business to basically no money overnight. Isn't this just a temporary thing, though, because the pandemic well, you could argue that, but I would make an alternative argument, and I would say that the pandemic has accelerated. What was it inevitable? If you look at admissions at movie theaters, it has been flat to declining over the past decade. On top of that, the pandemic exposed. I think of fundamental weakness in the theatrical model, and that is that they haven't changed their business in a century. And the world has changed that if you want to watch movie right now, you can dial it up on Netflix and watch it right now. You don't have to wait to go to the multi plex and wait in line and buy a $10 popcorn. And you're telling me that the Warner Brothers announcement which seemed to me like one more temporary expedient is actually just accelerating where the world is headed. Oh, yeah. What Warner Brothers said is we have decided that the future for this company is going to be digital. They said it's only gonna last a year. But that to me is a bell that they cannot unring at the end of 2021. Is anybody else Besides theaters cut out of the business or harmed when theaters ceased being the primary way that first run movies are distributed? Yes. Ah, lot of actors and directors make deals that involve a lot of contingent compensation. So you remember Tom Cruise used to get $20 million a movie. The studio said, Why we pay you that much money when the movie may not work, So what a lot of actors and directors have been doing is cutting their approach compensation for a share of the revenue and it's almost always tied to box office. So Let's say, Steve, you're a $10 Million movie star. The studio says. How about we pay you a million? But we're gonna give you 10% of the box office proceeds you go. Okay, that actually could bring me more money. If there is no box office, that money is gone, and it's not just the Tom Cruise is of the world. I was talking to somebody who works on scores for movies. And he said, When one of his films goes to a streaming platform, he makes 10 cents on the dollar in terms of his royalty. His work is the same, but because it's debuting on a streaming platform and not at the multiplex. He's taken a 90% pay cut in his royalties. Money aside, they've got to be a lot of directors, actors, people who care about the craft who hate this trend. They hate it. But the argument is a studio is like a restaurant and they've got a freezer full of food That's going to go bad. This happens to be movies so they used to do dining inside. Show your movie the theater. Then they said, Okay, what do we do? Dining outside, maybe a drive in model, and now they're doing a take out delivery model, which is gonna take our movies to streaming platforms because we can't do what we've done before. So it has left the filmmakers quite unhappy, But if your studio what do you suppose to do you have these movies They have got to get seen, and they have no way to do it. John Horne. It's a pleasure talking with you. Pleasure's all mine.

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Los Angeles, California continues to shatter coronavirus case records

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00:45 sec | Last month

Los Angeles, California continues to shatter coronavirus case records

"Los Angeles is experiencing the toughest impact of the Corona virus pandemic. Josie Wong of member station KPCC has details L A county residents have been under a stay at home order for weeks, but the number of covert 19 cases keeps growing and at a pace not seen before. Public health officials have confirmed more than 100,000 new cases. In just the last week, hospitals have run out of intensive care beds for the sickest coronavirus patients across Southern California that's required some to be treated in non ICU beds. With the number of deaths approaching 9000 in L. A county officials are in a rush to deliver the vaccine to its health care workers. The goal is for 10,000 vaccinations by the end of the year. For

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Pelosi and McConnell receive coronavirus vaccine

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00:57 sec | Last month

Pelosi and McConnell receive coronavirus vaccine

"Have congressional leaders. They're taking the vaccine for covert 19. As NPR's Claudia agree solace reports. Both Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi sleep quickly shared news of their vaccine shots the capital's attending physician says members of Congress can now receive the vaccine is part of requirements to ensure continuity of government operations. Pelosi was the first congressional leader to share that she'd gotten the vaccine and she's urging her colleagues to do so as well. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced soon after he had also received the vaccine, and House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy said he would be getting his soon. The vaccine could bring more certainty that Congress will continue to function in the coming weeks. So far about 50 members have tested positive or were presumed so this year, which has disrupted work on Capitol Hill, Claudia Reece Ellis, NPR NEWS

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California reports massive spike in coronavirus cases

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00:52 sec | Last month

California reports massive spike in coronavirus cases

"One virus cases may well continue to spike in California. With the state recording more than 52,000 new infections Wednesday. The 14 Day test positivity rate is up to 11.5%. Member station KQED April, Dombrowski reports. Health officials are very concerned about ICU capacity. The two hardest hit regions of the state are either out of beds are almost out. Staff are exhausted and stretch then Acting state health officer Eric upon says the state is looking for federal and international help to get through. But we need to hunker down together for the next few weeks to try to blunt this this incredible surge we're seeing and really trying to protect our health care system so that all of us can get the care we need and get the standard of care We're used to in California, Pon said. The arrival of a vaccine is a light at the end of the tunnel. It's still a very long tunnel for NPR news. I'm April dumbass Key in

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Hospitals Discover a Surprise in Their Vaccine Deliveries: Extra Doses

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00:56 sec | Last month

Hospitals Discover a Surprise in Their Vaccine Deliveries: Extra Doses

"Are finally here, thanks to the Food and Drug Administration's Emergency Youth author use authorization of fighters vaccine last week. Supplies are limited. But the FDA now says there is a way to stretch some of the vials. We have. NPR's pharmaceuticals correspondent Sidney Lumpkin has the story vials of visors. Covert 19 vaccine are supposed to contain five doses, but some of them contained six or even seven. Normally, vials are overfilled a little to protect against things like spills, and the remainder gets thrown out. But since covert 19 is a public health emergency things are different. The FDA is working with visor to come up with a plan for how to proceed. For now, the agency says. It's okay to use every full dose that's obtainable from the vials. And that could stretch our supply beyond the initial 100 million doses purchased by the federal government. However, partial doses should not be combined because the vials don't contain any preservatives. CITY LUMPKIN

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ICU Workers Are Quitting Due To Crushing Stress From COVID-19 Surge

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03:52 min | Last month

ICU Workers Are Quitting Due To Crushing Stress From COVID-19 Surge

"Surge in Corona virus cases has left hospitals across the country in a very bad place. ICUs are filling up fast, which is putting more pressure on critical care teams, especially nurses as Jackie 40 of member station, KPCC reports. Summer quitting because of the stress for 10 months, June, Jaha has treated the sickest covert 19 patients in the ICU. He works at L. A county USC medical center, one of the county's largest public hospitals. Right now, the I feel crazy. He thought he'd seen the worst of the pandemic back in July, when cases spiked if it's so much worse than before. And it's taking a toll on the staff, John says. Every time he goes to work for another 12 hour shift, two or three other ICU nurses have taken time off. All the nurses is already started burning on You can't feel something in north of this depression. Burnout isn't the only reason for the staffing crisis during the first week of December, more than 1700 Healthcare workers across L. A county tested positive for the coronavirus. That was double the number from the week before. Like many healthcare workers who treat covert patients, Jonah has never been tested for the virus by his employer. He has to go to a free testing site on his days off, kinda using you. That's why we have so many nerves left. All right here. John has been an ICU nurse for more than 10 years, and he's proud of his work. But for the first time ever, he's thinking of quitting. Others already have. Like Chanel Rose crams. There eventually came a point where I told myself I have to find a different job because this stress from this is really making me physically sick. She started working as an overnight ICU nurse in February, right before the pandemic hit running between rooms, monitoring complicated medications and breathing equipment left her dripping in sweat. And afraid that she would contract the virus. Before each shift. She would sit outside the hospital in her parked car filled with dread. I would pray till I cried begging God, please not let me lose a patient tonight. I can't take it. I just need my patients to stay alive tonight. Calling patients families was also difficult, especially when she had to explain that there was nothing else the medical team could do to keep their loved one alive. You've already done the convalescent plasma and they've been getting decade, Ron and they've been getting rendez of here. They've been getting all the stuff and it just felt like ticking time bombs, and I didn't want to have to just sit and wait for all these people to pass away. After more than eight months in the ICU, she quit her job in October. Now. Rosecrans works as a surgical nurse for a plastic surgeon in Beverly Hills. But she still gets contacted by staffing agencies asking her to fill in at local ICUs. I don't see what the point of going right back would be because I feel like they're going to be operating in that crisis mode. Other nurses are quitting those high pressure jobs. Megan Bronson is a nurse in Dallas and a board member of the American Association of Critical Care Nurses. Brinson says Thies nurses sometimes need more support. When you have whole family's coming into a nice you many times, that's morally very distressing. You're taking care of the mom that that and the adult Children all in the same ICU, she recommends that hospitals take a page out of the military's playbook and have debriefs. We're nurses are encouraged to talk about what happened on their shift. It can help with the feelings of isolation and nurses everywhere are hurting. There's not a nurse, no matter what their specialty I see or not, who is not having Cove it in their face every single day for NPR news. I'm Jackie 48 in Los Angeles.

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Healthcare workers first in line for COVID-19 vaccine

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00:58 sec | Last month

Healthcare workers first in line for COVID-19 vaccine

"Covert vaccine in the nation's most populous state. As KPCC Jackie 48 reports California expects to vaccinate millions of health care workers by the end of the month. Five health care workers got their first dose of the vaccine at Kaiser permanent a Los Angeles medical Center. California Governor Gavin Newsom called it a light at the end of the tunnel, but cautioned that hospitals are struggling today we received as many doses in the entire state of California as there were new cases in the state of California over 33,000. New cases recorded today. California has recorded more than 1.5 million cases and more than 20,500 deaths, with numbers expected to keep rising hospitalizations have hit record levels. Admissions toe ICUs have risen roughly 70% since the beginning of December, leaving less than 7% of beds available across the state. For NPR News. I'm

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Biden picks retired Gen. Lloyd Austin to be his secretary of defense

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Biden picks retired Gen. Lloyd Austin to be his secretary of defense

"President elect Joe Biden plans to name Lloyd Austin, the retired U. S. Army four star general, the secretary of defense in his incoming administration. NPR's Franco or donors. Reports. Austin joins a growing list of nominees to bides Cabinet, President elect Joe Biden promised that his Cabinet would reflect the diversity of America. If confirmed, Austin would be the first African American to lead the department. A person familiar with the discussions told NPR that Biden developed a trust with General Austin during the many situation room briefings they had together when buying was vice president in the Obama administration in Austin led the U. S Central Command. Austin emerged as a topic last week, His supporters called for more diversity on the Cabinet. The president elect is likely to announce Austin as his pick on Tuesday. Biden also named key members of his incoming health team, including have year but Sarah's This nominee for Health and Human Services

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Biden to name California AG Becerra as HHS secretary

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00:53 sec | Last month

Biden to name California AG Becerra as HHS secretary

"President elect Joe Biden is turning to California Attorney General Javier Becerra to be his health and human services secretary for member station KQED and San Francisco. Scott Shaffer has more California's attorney general. But Sarah has filed about 100 lawsuits against the Trump administration on issues ranging from the environment to immigration, LGBT rights and health care. He's been a staunch defender of the affordable Care Act and help get the bill passed as a member of Congress representing Los Angeles. If confirmed by the Senate. The Sarah, whose mother was born in Mexico and immigrated to the U. S, will become the first Latino to serve as secretary of Health and Human Services. Ah, huge agency with rolls and managing the pandemic, distributing vaccines and shoring up the nation's health care system. He was named attorney general by then Governor Jerry Brown. After Kamila Harris was elected to the U. S.

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More than 150 arrested in London during anti-lockdown protest

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00:23 sec | Last month

More than 150 arrested in London during anti-lockdown protest

"In London today. Dozens of protesters angry over lockdown restrictions were arrested after ignoring police calls to disperse some held signs saying Stop controlling us and no more lockdowns. Mass gatherings are banned. Under England's current lockdown measures. Britain's relatively small but vocal anti lock down movement includes anti vax and vaccine activists and conspiracy theorists.

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New L.A. County ‘Safer at Home’ restrictions revealed amid COVID-19 surge

Here & Now

02:56 min | 2 months ago

New L.A. County ‘Safer at Home’ restrictions revealed amid COVID-19 surge

"Million people infected in two weeks. That's how fast the Corona virus is blitzing through the U. S population and in many states around the country, strict new measures are in place to try to stop the spread. We're going to check in on a few hot spots right now. A three week ban on outdoor dining goes into effect tonight here in Los Angeles County and the Board of Supervisors is considering another stay at home order. Joining us now is Jackie 40, a health reporter with KPCC and L. A. And and Jackie. What is the situation with the rise in cases here in L. A. I mean, we're experiencing a huge surge in new coronavirus cases across California. But like you said, particularly in L. A over the last week, we've broken daily case records. Multiple times. Health officials reported nearly 6200 cases just yesterday. Hospital beds are filling up and now unfortunately, we're seeing deaths really begin to rise over the last week on average, 28 people are reported dead every day. How Jackie, I wanna also ask you about some of the bands that are now going into effect. This outdoor dining band was nearly overturned yesterday in a really close vote 3 to 2 tell us a little bit about that. California has a color coded a reopening system based on Corbett infection rates, and since that was implemented by Governor Gavin Newsom of the summer L A has always been in the strictest here because we have been a hot spot. So indoor dining has not been allowed for months, but outdoor dining has, And now that we're seeing this new surgeon cases L. A county health officials decided to close outdoor dining for at least three weeks and restrict restaurants to take out and delivery. Only yesterday, the L. A Board of Supervisors had a very long spirited discussion about it after hearing from restaurant owners who say that it would just devastate the industry, and now there's no federal funding to help them out. The board eventually voted in favor after health officials said that it's been clear that people are just going to restaurants with folks outside of their immediate families, You know, taking their masks off to eat and therefore increasing the risk of new infections so that then will go into effect tonight at 10. And and there's also talk about of the stay at home order being floated with the 30 seconds. I have. What would that look like? Yeah, it's really designed to keep people in their homes as much as possible. So no gathering with anyone outside of your household. The order would really reduce capacity at places like stores K through 12 schools would continue a 20% capacity. They're really trying to find a sweet spot where they can keep people from gathering and spreading the virus, but still allows him retail stores to remain open. We don't know when it will go into a factor really, exactly where the details will be. Yeah. So much to watch for their That's Jackie 48 Health reporter with KPCC in Los Angeles, California Thank you so much. Thanks.

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Moderna's Covid-19 Vaccine Is 94.5% Effective in Early Results, Firm Says

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05:54 min | 2 months ago

Moderna's Covid-19 Vaccine Is 94.5% Effective in Early Results, Firm Says

"Moderna has gone public with his experimental vaccine, the biotechnology firm says early results suggest that its vaccine is nearly 95% effective. Today's news follows a similar announcement from Fizer last week, and it leaves the incoming administration with the prospect that it will have a least to Corona virus vaccines to distribute and 2021 Dr. Celine Gounder is part of the President elect's Coronavirus Task Force. She's a clinical assistant professor of medicine and infectious diseases at New York University. She's also host of the podcast epidemic, and she joins us now, Dr Gounder. Welcome to one, eh? Great to be here. So what does it mean that two potential vaccines are both showing signs of success. Well, this is quite promising. Both appear at least based on the data we've seen so far to be over 90% effective in preventing disease. We don't yet know if these vaccines will prevent transmission from one person to another. But at least we know that they're they're very likely to protect us individually from severe disease. This is really a breakthrough. But we still have a lot of work ahead in terms of getting people vaccinated. It's not just about having a vaccine, but it needs to get into people to protect them. What's the timeline from here in terms of when we could possibly either see a vaccine approved but definitely on the distribution and as well? Well, I think you're going to see in the next couple of weeks. The submission to the FDA by both Visor and Madonna for emergency use authorization. They will continue to collect data on effectiveness and side effects as they start to ramp up vaccination in advance of an approval. But I think we're still looking at Really focusing on health care workers and other high risk populations in the first wave of vaccinations in at the end of this calendar year earlier early next calendar year. And we won't really see these vaccines available to the broader general public until at least April or may of next year, And that's because it takes time to manufacture. The millions the hundreds of millions of doses that we're going to need and to gear up in terms of the distribute that distributions supply chain and with the Fizer vaccine, there's a specific type of infrastructure needed. The story that it has to be. It started very cold temperatures. So how would that impact the possible world out of that vaccine? Well, that's right. So the Fizer vaccine requires ultra cold, ultra freezing minus 70 degrees Celsius. This is not something that you have in your regular family doctor's office s so it really is going to need to be stored. In central locations, perhaps hospitals, other pharmacy distribution centers, and so that does make it much more difficult. This is not something that you could, you know, disseminate to every single family Practitioners office and makes it more difficult, especially in rural areas to really scale of vaccinations. This is something people are thinking long and hard about right now. To figure this out. We got this question from Dr Swat on Twitter who says what have the potential side effects of the vaccines. And how much will they cost? Do you know that yet? Well, we don't have all of that information. Yet In terms of the Madonna vaccine, with the results of which were just announced, the side effects that we're seeing are pretty mild pain at the injection site, headaches, muscle pain on and it's a similar sort of profile with the fire advisor vaccine and really the kind of thing you see. With many vaccines in terms of cost. The Biden Harris transition team is very much committed to making sure that people who want to get vaccinated can get vaccinated for free. That's not just with respect to the vaccine itself, but with all of the other costs associated with getting vaccinated the doctor's visit The supplies. Unfortunately, one of the things we saw earlier this year with respect to testing was that the current administration had said Yes, people can get tested for free. But then people got surprised bills. Because there was still the cost of the doctor's office visit and so on. Are how closely are you working with the Trump Administration on a Corona virus response at this point Not at all. Um you know, a major challenge here is that the G s a needs to certify that we could move forward toe hand over the keys, so to speak, so we can enter the building so we can start to have these kinds of conversations in detail and so right now, pending the General Services Administration, signing off on Theologian results. We really are in a holding pattern on or not able to have those crucial discussions. So we got this question from Alicia on Facebook. Who says Can Biden's team start work now? The end of January so far off what? We lose progress? What are you able to do right now? Well, we can be interfacing with state and local government officials, public health officials, we could be reaching out to the private sector. Um, s O. We're certainly moving forward in terms of our own planning. But, you know, if you imagine that this is a war we're waging war on the current virus. And like any other war if we were in the middle of a world war and we didn't know where our aircraft carriers and our tanks and our troops were, it would be very difficulty to plan. A response s. Oh, it's it's very challenging, not to be given sort of that critical crucial What's really frankly national security information?

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Seattle - Gov. Inslee orders sweeping restrictions on indoor gatherings, restaurants, bars, gyms as COVID-19 cases surge in Washington state

Science Friday

00:56 sec | 2 months ago

Seattle - Gov. Inslee orders sweeping restrictions on indoor gatherings, restaurants, bars, gyms as COVID-19 cases surge in Washington state

"There now more than 11 million confirmed cases of the Corona virus in the U. S and more than 246,000 deaths, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. Rising numbers have governors around the country, ordering new restrictions and lockdowns, including in Washington state, will stone reports Corona virus infections are at an all time high in Washington, and cases had more than doubled in the past two weeks. That's led Governor Jay Inslee to put in place of four weeks. Statewide shutdown of much of the economy. We're facing a third wave that is training to be more dangerous than any we have seen before. In action here is not an option. Restaurants, gyms and other businesses will be closed except for outdoor service. The order also prohibits people from Indore social gatherings with anyone who's not a member of their household. Washington's lockdown is one of the most far reaching similar to those imposed by Oregon and New Mexico.

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01:49 min | 3 months ago

"kpcc" Discussed on KPCC

"Kpcc. Thiss is one, eh? I'm Jen White in Washington. Some of the fiercest fights in this presidential campaign are taking place in America suburbs. We got a little taste of this fight in the first presidential debate. If he ever got to run this country, and they ran it the way he would want to run it. We would have our summer Dion, our suburbs would begun and you would see problems like suburb Unless you took a wrong turn. Like no separate. I was waiting. I was raised in the suburbs. This's not 1950 all these dogs SOLs and racism, not work anymore. Roughly half of all voters live in the suburbs, but they're more than a political prize. As November nears, we're featuring a range of special reports that go beyond the traditional idea of the suburbs as picket fences and nuclear families. For our Siri's wide streets, narrow margins were visiting a range of different types of suburbs to meet the people who lived there and to hear about the issues that resonate with them. For our second installment. We visit a middle suburb. Here's one A's across America reporter James Morrison. Burlington, North Carolina sits between two major metropolitan areas. The Raleigh Durham, Chapel Hill Research Triangle to the east, in the Winston Salem, High Point, Greensboro, Triad to the West. It'll. Suburbs like Burlington are where deep red rural areas mixed with the outer fringes of bright blue urban centers. Meghan Squire has lived here for nearly two decades. Just cut will go through this intersection and do that. You get all the houses are beautiful. They're all kind of brick with nice size lawn. Yeah,.

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02:32 min | 1 year ago

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"Point three KPCC KPCC supporters include Netflix presenting the Irishman now nominated for for SAG awards including outstanding performance by a cast in a motion picture and performance by a Supporting Actor for Al Pacino and Joe Pesci my colleague Max Fisher about the president's executive order on anti semitism so what's the significance of these protections now including Jews and what does this have to do with your point that this is the latest example of the present equating Israel with American GS well when president trump introduces the order we have also taken a firm stand against the so called divestment and sanctions movement or B. D. S. you know that very well the way that he describes it is a firm stance against BDS BDS refers to boycott divestment and sanctions it is an activist movement including on campuses that is aimed at pressuring the Israeli government over its policies towards the Palestinians Chris this is our message to universities if you want to accept the tremendous amount of federal dollars that you get every year you must reject anti semitism is he describes the executive order as targeting what he calls the anti semitic campaign against the state of Israel right of Israel and its citizens the way that it's written actually includes calling Israel a racist state as one of the band anti semitic phrases really hitches this as something that is about promoting and protecting the Israeli state from this activist movement and that is really controversial among American Jews because it happens to overlap very neatly with this division kind of among the American Jewish community where there are some who considered BDS to be you know beyond the pale anti Israel consider it to be anti semitic and so been asking for this for a long time why is VDSL single Israel out a loan for condemnation there's only one word for it anti semitism.

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02:02 min | 1 year ago

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"Three KPCC Hey there I'm Joshua Johnson there's no denying it one a is based inside the beltway but a lot of the time our guests come from further afield hello Josh we hear you loud and clear welcome to the international space station like that time when two guests were traveling at seventeen thousand miles an hour somewhere way up above they have been wowed by just the immense beauty of being up here and great view see the world differently on one a week nights at eight on eighty nine point three KPCC welcome back to the frame I'm John horn here's some of what you can look forward to this week on our show piano duos are pretty rare and even more rare is a duo composed of two sisters you'll hear my conversation with Katia and Marielle the back and comedian and actor Camille non Johnny's stars in the new film stupor you'll hear why he thinks this mismatch buddy comedy is different from all the others and now Joe well Joe baritone the Brazilian musician credited with creating the bossa Nova sound died on Saturday in Rio de Janeiro at the age of eighty eight in the early nineteen sixties Joe Berto introduced a new way of singing and playing the guitar ushering in a musical revolution his collaboration with American saxophonist Stan Getz you'll that a best selling album in interviews bossa Nova to a huge audience largely through the song the girl from if any about the frame contributor better Arcos offers an appreciation join your band to was born on June tenth nineteen thirty one in the northeastern state of by year by the time he was eighteen he was a corner on a radio station in Salvador the state capital he moved to reel in nineteen fifty but several years later he left real to work on his guitar playing and vocal style away from the music scene that story is recounted in a conversation between singers David Byrne Brazil's Tom's AA and guitarist are to Lindsey released in twenty ten as part of Tom's as vinyl box set as the story goes.

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01:59 min | 1 year ago

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"Today's show now that the William Morris endeavor talent agency has filed to take self public. We get a rare look inside the belly of a Hollywood beast and Randall park, and Allie Wong co wrote and starred in the Netflix movie always be my maybe Wong who's mostly been a stand up comedian plays a celebrity restaurant tour. I think when you're a chef that does this like tacky food. It's kind of like being a hacky comic right where it's like doesn't taste good. Even though it looks nicer, whatever, and it's like funny, even though it sells tickets all that coming up on the frame. From ABC news. I'm Nick Roman with the stories. We're covering at seventy one out of the state assembly. And on its way to the state Senate is the compromise Bill the titans, the guidelines for when police officers and sheriff's deputies in California can use deadly force Coron guidelines, say law enforcement officers must show that using deadly force was reasonable to protect their lives or the lives of other AB three Ninety-two would move that standard to necessary, but it doesn't set down, what necessary means San Diego. Democratic assemblywoman Shirley Weber says the high profile shootings recently pushed her to write the Bill, but she also thanked those who opposed it, because opposition helped me to understand the depth of their concern and helped me, also to appreciate the fact that this had to be a Bill that had some balance. There's also a companion Bill that increases law enforcement training to local eighth graders are headed to tomorrow's finals in the scripts, national spelling bee, you can watch. Asia Rhonda wa of corona in nNcholas to say of Tustin, try to win it all first round Thursday morning at seven on ESPN two second round five thirty tomorrow night on ESPN fifty spellers advanced to the finals. It's seven oh two. KPCC supporters include Amazon prime video and the Amazon original series. The marvelous MRs Mazel from.

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03:54 min | 2 years ago

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"KPCC. Yes. From what I can tell from doing some reading before we met up with you four of your colleagues have committed suicide and in each case people around them. Are asking if the reason they killed themselves was because of the changes in this industry that made them feel that they were losing their identity that they were losing their money that their life would not be what they hoped it would be because of these changes and and. And if if that's if if you look at the age, doc Schaefer was about my age Ekanayake short about my age this age, you cannot take losses. Like, you could do it at the age. So I cannot speak for them. But they can say this. Not everybody can take the losses. You know, the member during the depression how many people killed themself, right? So. Is this partly though about the inevitable changes in an industry people's habits, change people's lifestyles change. We've just parked his car in front of the New York Times. Yeah. You know that our industry changed used to be people getting newspapers every day. They don't get newspapers every day. They don't they don't want them in their life. But they can go on the air they can change. And and and is your industry is becoming obsolete. And inevitably there's going to be something that comes challenges it. And it's a hard must be a hard thing to hear. It's a hard thing to say because you're a wonderful person, and you've built a wonderful business. But is this just the inevitable way of the world and business? I this way if the city of New York likes more Uber and lift or Abkhaz. Okay. Come to the table. Make daily medallion yellow it talks owners and on edge them a settlement. Don, Don, you're back at me after you. I still on the exclusive rights, I wondered back your arguing the city. The regulators have betrayed you. Because you bought believe was an exclusive right to pick up, and they actually let everybody else have that same right without paying the contract has been broken says something else you have to buy that back, but not for peanuts. What are cab drivers like you? And the cab drivers at you talk to you. When you guys have some time to talk. What are you saying to each other about what happened to to and? I will say this. I lobby last if something doesn't. Is doesn't do something doesn't act is something. What would be more? I just speak spoke yesterday with a guy cliff his name, you know. And he said he wants to kill himself last summer when he he lost them is a guy and a veteran. I am afraid immoral will do that. I feel you know, honestly. I know me I have nothing to lose. What else? More than a million dollars in value. You've lost more than. But I'm not gonna kill myself. I wanna fight. I just want to say one thing that I think I'm wrestling with the producer wrestling with to here. Okay. I don't want to speak for anybody else. But that I I take overs and you're making me wonder, that's you as a as a passenger. You have the right to take whatever you want to take. But they should pay for the license like me. You don't plane passengers? No, no. Because you know, you as a passenger, you are my bread and.

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02:24 min | 2 years ago

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"In roadwork areas for KPCC, I'm Emily Elena ductile along with fire damaged roads, we have fire damaged trails in the Santa Monica mountains about five hundred miles worth some are now open to the public again. Like the trails at paramount ranch. KPCC's Kaley wells was among the first visit Joshua brumbach road. The paramount ranch trails the day before they burned. He came back to check out the damage, and he says, even though the fire has packed down the dirt and made the trails better for biking. His heart is heavy as he writes them, it's kind of like writing on the moon a little bit because areas that were four stated they're just gone. Ranger Kim McCreary of the National Park Service says even though some trails are opening the number of hikers is slow to pick up again. But that's not necessarily a bad thing. We want to send people to places that are open, but we still have the same parking. Sophie, send everybody to those areas. There's a little problem McCurry, says hazards have only been cleared unmarked Paz's. So it's especially. Important not to stray trails like the popular solstice canyon. However, and many of the ones west of it are still closed. I'm Kelly wells. Well, Dave Robertson. The dodgers are in it together for the long haul. The dodgers today announced a four year deal for Roberts to keep managing the team through twenty twenty two or had could steal covers the dodgers for the L A times. He says despite some fan criticism after the World Series losses, daybreak sports future with the franchise was never really in doubt. He was coming back to manage next season, regardless. This your Saint long-term he won't be a lame duck next year because he has job security. They won't be the question. Dave Roberts needs to win to keep his job easier for the long haul. And I think that's good for both sides under Dave Roberts. The dodgers have won three straight National League West titles in two straight nasty league. Pennants eight seven thirty five. From the New York Times. Unlike. The legacy of Herbert Walker Bush. He ruled the Reagan revolution to the White House where he had one of the highest approval rating of any president, and where he successfully oversaw the end of the Cold War. So why was he denied a second term? It's Monday, December third..

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01:31 min | 2 years ago

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"Republican US Senator Jeff flake this week and followed him as he decided to force the Senate to delay its vote on judge capital that's tomorrow afternoon at three this American life with IRA glass right here on eighty nine point three KPCC. Thanks for listening on a Friday evening. Back to the takeaway on KPCC. Welcome back to the takeaway. I mainly altered in the eighties and nineties the war on drugs led to a tough on crime approach supported by Republicans and Democrats alike. No crime today is an American epidemic. There must be no doubt about who side. We're all people who commit crimes should be caught convicted and punished I do believe in the death penalty. And I think it is a deterrent. And I believe we need all of us here today. Share a common goal past the president's prime Bill and in the scorch of crime in America now allowed first degree murderers to have weekend passes from prison. One was Willie Horton murdered a boy in robbery stabbing him nineteen times. But today activists and politicians from both sides of the aisle are recognizing the drastic harm those policies caused and are working to undo them. Chettiar is the director of the Brennan centers Justice program, and she explains the evolution. We've seen in the last few decades when it comes to criminal Justice reform. The issue of mass.

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01:47 min | 2 years ago

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"Told kpcc news this afternoon that ons angeles will resume enforcing a ban against homeless people sleeping on sidewalks something it hasn't done for eleven years on garcetti says enforcing that ban will not happen right away well the changes that we met the requirements of the court order to build enough affordable housing to have a certain number of batch that were available on the other hand i don't believe that we should blanket enforce this overnight especially where there aren't places in that local neighborhood for people who are encamped to go which is why so aggressively pushed this bridge home that you actually putting temporary housing in communities where people can stay get the help that they need and then i think you can go to those sidewalks and those places where people in camp and after working for a number of weeks or even a couple of months say at the end of this time we're going to be clearing the sidewalks again working in critising canton but there is a place for you to go away mayor eric garcetti we spoke with him earlier today on kpcc tomorrow a big day for southern california soccer fans mexico south korea will face off in world cup group play and game starts at eight tomorrow morning on the west coast can mexico deliver a second win in the world cup they beat germany last weekend one nil a shocking win against the defending world cup chance but la times sportswriter kevin baxter says tomorrow's game won't be easy for mexico mexico had six months to prepare for germany since the book cup draw came out they haven't prepared nearly as well for south korea in the runup to the germany game they played a number of friendlies exhibitions against european teams to prepare for germany style of play mexico hasn't played in asian team since twenty january of twenty fourteen again time eight in the morning on the west coast one eight comes up at eight o'clock.

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01:31 min | 3 years ago

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"Tonight at nine on eighty nine point three kpcc checkout kpcc's newest show it's been a minute with sam sanders have you been surprised by the longevity of the metoo movement so far smart people talking it out this is nina i have not been surprised by the longevity okay i have been surprised by the generational differences yeah it's been a minute with sam sanders saturday nights at nine on eighty nine point three kpcc today it's happened in the last couple of weeks it's really my honor to start this process it's going to be a very fair process it's going to be very fair to other countries especially those that treat us well president trump taking action today on trade imposing stiff tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum from other countries blaming those countries for destroying those industries here at home twenty five percent for steel it'll be ten percent for aluminum it'll be for a long period of time did you start to worry that once the united states put a tariff on steel and aluminum that would affect china that china might do something in response.

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01:49 min | 3 years ago

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"Singapore investigative reporting in p r ex joins tonight at nine on eighty nine point three kpcc nearly as members supported debut nine point three kpcc i'm nick roman lapd chief charlie beck was back on air talk today for the monthly instead tom enough ask the chief chief beck spoke with kpcc's larry mantle about his upcoming retirement so let's talk about the decision behind it why why retire with a couple of years left in your term well use always a tough decision went to leave you know i i i don't do the job for my own gratification lean i'd do it for the organization i i've been this organization has been part of my life since it there was born literally and it's very important to me what happens in it into it when i'm gone so try to about i've always wanted to pick the right time to go and and i think a couple of things influenced me on this and one of them was that i think we have the right people in place to make a good decision about who will be the next chief and then i also think we have a good pool of candidates ace available from within the department and also recently retired from the department so that uh so that the be good continuity in the in the processes that both bill bratton and i have put into place so you know timing is everything us not quite two years r m uh early it's a new year and five months early but but i think if i waited longer it would be more difficult for the city to get the right chief without like you you really advocate someone with a history with the department not someone who's been completely an outsider well you don't for for police management there i mean generally when things are going well um it.

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02:26 min | 3 years ago

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"Person kpcc supporters include the netflixing film pond body and soul from hungary to coworkers form an unexpected bond through a mystical connections that manifests itself in their dreams academy award nominee for best foreignlanguage film live from eighty nine point three kpcc i'm nick roman would news as you're heading home today was moving day for more than one hundred homeless people camped along the santa ana river near angel stadium it was the start of a court ordered effort to remove an estimated four hundred people from that homeless camp and place them into motels or other shelter the story from kpcc's jill rep local are michael early people sat on boulders next to the riverbed waiting for county workers to call their name mm and take them to a bus that with transport them to their assigned motel another worker instructed those would bikes to load them into a county dan some three hundred people lined up throughout the day in hopes of getting a motel voucher that didn't happen for everyone some people not living along the river came here after hearing about the county's offer of motels days but they were referred to shelters instead shannon garcia and her dog princess were headed to a motel in anaheim after living at the river bed for two years garcia is hopeful the move will set her on a new positive path if you she can get back into working with animals she used to be a kennel technician in agreeing to go back forget back into work habits get over my objection as the day wound down the van with the bikes headed out to the motel a bus full of people would follow the county hopes to have all of the homeless people camped along the river bed under roofs by the end of the week covering orange county i'm joe rep local state senate rules committee today released a summary of its investigation into sexual misconduct allegations against senator tony mendoza it was handled by an outside law firm and it says it is more likely than not that the artesian democrat engaged in inappropriate behaviour with six different women over his time in the assembly and senate none of the women said he was physically aggressive were sexually crude but all of them said they understood he was suggesting sexual contact the rules a committee statement today did not indicate whether it will recommend disciplinary action against bandeaus up right now.

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01:49 min | 3 years ago

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"Had 11 here on eighty nine point three kpcc the the aids bemba supported eighty nine point three kpcc unmik roman the long and difficult task of cleaning up after last week's deadly mud slides and montesino continued today at least twenty people have been confirmed killed three others are still missing as search crews sift through the wreckage more heartbreaking stories from month to see to work coming into focus is kpcc's frank stoltz robert riskin slept through the storm and mudslides that followed in the early morning hours of january ninth we had some rain it was very strong he lives in santa barbara just a few miles from odyssey tow but well outside any evacuation zone when he woke up you saw a tax that had come in while he was asleep from his business partner dina landi she was staying in his mother's montesino guest cottage in a voluntary evacuations she was on top of the roof of their guest cottage waiting to be rescued a little later another text came end that landi had been airlifted to safety and it said more that my sister was safe at a nearby middle school that my stepfather as in the hospital with a badly broken leg his stepfather had ended up in a tree in his boxer shorts and a tshirt before he was rescued but there was more ominous news in the tax to that my mom had never been seen nobody knew if sixty one year old rebecca riskin was alive only that she had been swept away from her home by the avalanche of mud robert riskin set out to find his mother but police had already set up roadblocks in the area had so i decided to call my bloody exnavy firefighter ends we put what on and his big truck that kind of looks official with light sent me basically just stormed our way in.

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01:56 min | 3 years ago

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"Npr join us tonight at nine on eighty nine point three kpcc as you're heading home on a tuesday yeah it is eighty nine point three kpcc amic rahman let's look at some of the other news of the day in southern california that wasn't firerelated la county supervisors unanimously ordered a review of the county sexual harassment policies kpcc's mary plumber says today's vote will fast track that review it was a short discussion but it was clear the four women on the fivemember la county board spoke with a keen awareness of sexual harassment issues in the workplace supervisor jannah's han who spent over five years working in the us house called the procedures to report and resolve complaints in congress horrible she expressed sympathy for women across the country who have taken decades to break their silence about harassment and abuse fearing retaliation i just want to make sure we here in the county have that uh environment oh where women or whoever comes forward is is presumed to be telling the truth this supervisors largely expressed confidence in the county's current reporting procedures but they called for the review to ensure it is efficient and fair the vote requires county staffers to report back next week with any recommendations for improvements covering politics and mary plumber you know the us supreme court has decided to allow the trump administration's latest travel ban to take full effect well we asked kpcc's leslie barra stein roe haas to look into how down rulings affecting southern california the travel ban issued in september allows the government to ban or restrict immigration and travel from eight countries six of them with muslim majorities previous rulings had allowed people with close family ties to the us to to enter the country that's no longer the case says attorney for rita shahata with the council on american islamic relations in anaheim there's a lot of people.

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01:44 min | 3 years ago

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"That you contrast journalism fax truth news we have that for you here at kpcc and amazing interviews that you can hear on the frame with incredible creators i mean so much work in southern california supports the entertainment industry and it's a really complex industry as well there also unions there are things that you can learn about this industry by listening to the frame give now support the frame support kpcc eight six six eight eight eight five seven two two and i love hearing those interviews you know going to see a movie and then hearing an interview with the director oh that's how they found that guy i'll that's how they found location oh that's how you know when it's so great to have that insight that just makes you makes you feel better about all the entertain it that we take into nel will all the work that went in and went into creating that and now just listening to that interview an avowed at florida project in near the hidden homeless and people who were lina living in areas he may not know what they're going through and i was so happy to be part of a project that came out earlier this year called broke that was looking at the issue of a families were slipping into homelessness in southern california and you know those those projects take a lot of work out how long did it take via report that story i was working on that with rain a palta she'd had been working on it for months before i came in and we spent about four months working on that together going out into the community talking to families finding the families you now because the hidden homeless it was hard to find people find people who want to talk but a lot of people realized you know the value of getting the stories out in especially that public radio was can it was going to treat at fair in his in give them respect it an incredible.

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01:33 min | 3 years ago

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"Yeah hey i'm tom power the new blade runner twenty forty nine is the longawaited sequel to the original critics are already praising director dini villneuve for his work calling it a sifi masterpiece he talks about the pressures of obtaining a film that means so much to so many people that coming up on cue from pri public radio international join us tonight at ten o'clock and eighty nine point three kpcc its members supported eighty nine point three kpcc i'm nick roman our highs tomorrow in southern california will be in the '70s one more time once the overnight low clouds and fog clear we will warm up every day this week in by the end of the week we'll be in the upper 80s and even in the '90s in some spots coming up about ten minutes more kpcc news as you're heading home until about some of the seven californians who were at last night's country music concert in las vegas witnesses to the shooting and the panic we will also talk about some of those who were killed in the gunfire we'll hear from kpcc's frank stoltz easy in las vegas talking with friends and relatives of those who died we'll have a conversation about technology to locate shooter is like the one last night and we will also hear from a hotel security expert who says things we'll have to change in his industry and i'll comes up at seven thirty when we're back with news right now let's get back to the fraying.

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01:50 min | 3 years ago

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"Our schools as well and you know sometimes even become normalised wherever quote unquote victim doesn't even see it as a hate incident oregon epa fat is just part of every day every day gift and i know for some of my unip a synagogue in their schools oftentimes somebody will refer to them as a jew and if not meant in a positive it's meant in a negative way and you know this is not a crime but yet it has negative over tone to it to make them uncomfortable and that's something we have to address than it's something our commission kills very strongly about as do our partners rabbi thanks so much my pleasure thank you for taking an interest dander getting the word out there that when these things happen they should let us now that's a rabbi richard stein burgis the chairman of the orange county human relations commission with the latest numbers on hate crimes in orange county its members supported eighty nine point three kpcc i'm nick roman the spacecraft cassini has been orbiting saturn four and more than a decade but its mission is about to come to and end on friday when it runs out of fuel and burns up in saturn's atmosphere since april cassini has made 22 orbits that have taken it in between saturn in the planet's famous rings the maneuvers have been risky but researchers at the jet propulsion laboratory in pasadena say they were necessary to find out more about what the rings are made of and how they were formed kpcc's science reporter jacob margolis has our story during these insuring orbits the danger was real as cassini repeatedly pass through areas with debris all it would take is impact with something.

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01:43 min | 3 years ago

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"His covering orange county angel rat log on down the news about a different sheriff's department it's been six months since the la county sheriff's department deployed its first drone now at wants to hear from the public about the way that it uses drones and whether it should put more them into the sky a story from kpcc's frank stoltz the sheriff limits the use of its camera equipped drone to search and rescue bauman hazardous materials detection and sneaking up on barricaded suspects earlier this year it helped find a gunman without having to place deputies in harm's way says captain jack you'll hitches flew a few feet off the ground in alongside about house you'll says the sheriff has no plans to deploy more drones or to arm them with weapons i don't forsee that at all but some worried that policy could change hamad con of this stop lapd spying coalition which also watchdogs the sheriff warns of mission creep what are the longterm the parody of the groans ju negative union echo munity three years ago khan's coalition helped ground the la pds plans to fly drones you can comment on the sheriff's use of drones on the department's website covering public safety i'm frank stals state lawmakers are looking at a measure to take away some local control over a cell phone towers can grow can go the argument in favour is basically that the state needs to have a single approach to where those tower it should be placed a key issue here is that consistency so it isn't a hodge podge from one city to the next one county the next that's what kenyan hibbitt the deployment of these critical networks that's kish ragion with the cal innovate said represents telecommunications companies he was a guest today an kpcc's air talk.

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