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Tiger Woods unlikely to face charges in rollover crash, L.A. County sheriff says

KYW 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 5 d ago

Tiger Woods unlikely to face charges in rollover crash, L.A. County sheriff says

"Rollover car crash that seriously injured Tiger Woods in suburban L. A yesterday was an accident Investigators won't pursue any charges against the Gulf break. He says it happened on a downhill section of road known for crashes would shattered bones in his lower right leg and multiple locations with Maurin trees in the ankle and foot. Before the accident. He was hopeful about competing in the Masters this April after undergoing his fifth back operation. Career marked by

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Lucky to be alive, Woods faces difficult recovery

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 6 d ago

Lucky to be alive, Woods faces difficult recovery

"LA county sheriff Alex villain to wave a says they will look into whether speed was a factor but there were no indications of drugs or alcohol this is what it is an accident would shattered bones in his lower leg some of the fractures went through the skin Dr Michael Gardner at Stanford medical says unfortunately it's very very unlikely that he returns to be a professional golfer fellow golfer Rory McElroy says for Tiger Woods golf shouldn't be on the map right now he's alive he's not Superman you know I mean it's not like you know he's he's a human being at the end of the day and you know he's already been through so much Tiger Woods was rehabbing from back surgery before the crash I met Donahue

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Tiger Woods Hospitalized After Rollover Crash Near Los Angeles

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

01:12 min | 6 d ago

Tiger Woods Hospitalized After Rollover Crash Near Los Angeles

"An update on tiger woods. As most of you have probably heard by now he was in a big car accident. He suffered serious leg injuries and he was trapped but conscious when emergency responders reached the scene of his rollover crash on a stretcher. California road this actually known for speeding an accident. He was driving shortly after seven. Am yesterday near l. a. And his suv crossed the median and went across two lanes of road before hitting a curb hitting a tree and landing on its side off the roadway in the brush and there was an la county sheriff's. Deputy was the first to arrive. He said he found would still in the driver seat wearing his seatbelt. Use able to tell him. His name was tiger. He was lucid and calm in shock. Didn't seem to be concerned with his injuries at the time. But i guess he was trying to get out but stock so they. Firefighters came used to pry bar in an ax to freedom meanwhile. Espn reporting that. He suffered serious but non life threatening injuries and underwent hours of surgery today and so the fact that is non life threatening injuries. That's really all you care about after seeing some of the images that we did

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LA County Sheriff says Tiger Woods showed no signs of impairment

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

LA County Sheriff says Tiger Woods showed no signs of impairment

"Hi my cross your reporting Tiger Woods is injured in a one car rollover in suburban Los Angeles sheriff Alex Villanueva said at an afternoon news conference impairment did not appear to be a factor in the vehicle rollover involving Tiger Woods Tuesday morning in suburban Los Angeles they did not see any evidence of impairment anything that of concern obviously the those lights any majors they had to be taken for the occupying the vehicle Illinois the said the vehicle appeared to be traveling at a high speed and no skid marks no brake and so apparently the first contact was with the center median woods was extricated from the vehicle and taken by ambulance to an area hospital in serious condition woods agent and authorities said he underwent surgery for a leg injury sustained in the crash hi Mike Rossio

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Why must TVs remain off at Los Angeles County restaurants? Yelling, screaming can spread coronavirus, officials say

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:42 sec | Last month

Why must TVs remain off at Los Angeles County restaurants? Yelling, screaming can spread coronavirus, officials say

"La county puts new restriction on restaurants ahead of the super bowl. Tv's must be turned off. They give any justification for this people out as to why that might be a good idea if they do right. Underneath the headline says quote it will be tragic if the super bowl becomes the super spreader of rotavirus. Don't want you going to the bar. That's what they they wanna stop and it's the first time i to. It's got to be the first time in the history of the government where they've actually wanted people to turn the tv off. That's probably an accurate statement. I hadn't thought about

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L.A. County opens 5 COVID vaccine sites. Target: 20,000 daily

L.A. Times Morning Briefing

00:40 sec | Last month

L.A. County opens 5 COVID vaccine sites. Target: 20,000 daily

"Los angeles county opened five. Scale corona virus vaccination sites. Yesterday the plan is to inoculate twenty thousand people daily. The sites are at the forum. Six flags magic mountain cal state. Northridge the fairplex in pomona and the la county. Office of education's downey education center another site run by the city of los angeles is at dodger stadium. La county residents ages sixty five. And you can now schedule appointments to receive the vaccine officials stressed. They are opening appointments to seniors out of concerns for how dangerous covid nineteen is to them but officials say it will take time to vaccinate all one point three million residents in the age group

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Hospitals discover new Covid variants among patients

NBC Nightly News

01:40 min | Last month

Hospitals discover new Covid variants among patients

"Justice. Some hospitals in the nation's hardest hit regions began to see the onslaught of covid patient stabilize tonight. In more than a third of the country. Doctors are now detecting at least one variant of the virus within weeks. The cdc says the highly contagious uk strain will dominate the us but in california three mutations have already been discovered defining of a variant like this really increases the urgency for us to get collectively for us to get the pandemic under control while virus. Mutations are not unusual they can accelerate the pandemic much still needs to be learned. But with the uk. Strain more contagious. It will lead to more infections and likely more hospitalizations and deaths vaccines though remain. Effective the coruna itself sars kobe to is here to stay but we hope that with these effective vaccine programs that they've become a conversation like the flu as the us surpasses a staggering. Four hundred thousand deaths. The incoming director says another one hundred thousand could die in the next month and now at a faster rate more. Children are testing positive. Two point five million so far in struggling states like georgia overall deaths are up one hundred and forty two percent of treating patients In the hallways there are many days where we have to start the treatment in the ambulances herod la county air quality officials are easing restrictions to allow for more cremations. Twenty seven hundred bodies are being held here at the coroner's office and at local

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Los Angeles County's Older Residents Can Now Sign Up For Vaccine Appointments

John and Ken on Demand

01:15 min | Last month

Los Angeles County's Older Residents Can Now Sign Up For Vaccine Appointments

"We're of course talking about the dreaded vaccine rollout the state of california and specifically in la county. We're beginning tomorrow. Though sixty five and older will begin to be able to make appointments to get the vaccine they are going to go ahead in. La county by executive order from the la county board of supervisors. The chair chairperson. He'll disa- lease start giving vaccines to anybody. La county sixty five or older. They're opening up. More vaccination sites that include six flags magic mountain forum and the pomona fairplex. Now this story and the also going to time says that by the end of the week forty thousand doses per day could be administered at the vaccination sites that includes dodger stadium. So you think about that. Forty thousand doses. But what's going to happen. Once people get their appointments to sixty five olders that's going to ramp up the number the demand so a lot of people won't be able to get appointments because if that's the number that they could administer per day even at all those mega sites i still the demand from that. Large demographic is probably going to outstrip the appointment availability. They can only take appointments for you. Know what they have in vaccine allotments

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Air quality regulator temporarily suspends cremation limits for LA County amid 'backlog' from pandemic

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:24 sec | Last month

Air quality regulator temporarily suspends cremation limits for LA County amid 'backlog' from pandemic

"Saw the number of carnations in L. A county been suspended 10 days. Help is the backlog has been caused by the virus, more than double the death rate. The normal limits are designed to minimize the air pollution generated by cremation, and each crematorium has its own limit, based on a number of factors under the East rules, any crematorium that plans to exceed its limit. We'll have to notify the air quality regulators in advance

LA County Averaging One COVID-19 Death Every 6 Minutes

All Things Considered

00:39 sec | Last month

LA County Averaging One COVID-19 Death Every 6 Minutes

"Continue to mount in Los Angeles to to the covert 19 pandemic, 288 new deaths reported today. And public health officials say that over the past week more than 1600 people lost their lives because of the Corona virus that comes out to roughly one death every six minutes. The county also reporting nearly 12,000 new cases and almost 7950 patients hospitalized today due to the virus. Well, there are some signs locally and across the state that hospital admissions due to the virus or starting to level off. Health officials are warning. It does not mean the search has ended. They note that hospitalizations associated with Christmas and New Year's gatherings. May not have materialized just yet, and what the virus

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L.A. County surpasses 4,000 COVID-19 deaths in record week

The John Phillips Show

00:47 sec | Last month

L.A. County surpasses 4,000 COVID-19 deaths in record week

"Vu all over again daily Almost every day. There's a new record locally and statewide records for a number of death records for a number of hospitalizations. In the last four days over 1000 people have died from covert 19 in L. A county military personnel have arrived in southern California hospitals this weekend. Take some of the load off of the Dragon Hospital staff, and we have ambulance issues now as a result of the pandemic paramedic sitting there. Ambulances waiting hours to drop off patients. Ambulances pass one hospital on the way to another. Some people call 911 for help, only to hear their conditions aren't serious enough for an ambulance to come out to the house. 7 90 K ABC

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"la county" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

Reasonable Doubt

04:51 min | Last month

"la county" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

"You need to now go find a mirror look into it realize that maybe made the wrong choice. Not double down on your choice. That's what they're doing and it simply because you're defying them you have dared to defy them and that's that's what's infuriating. It really is infuriating. The the the idea that you have no evidence and you can make the exact same argument for the allegations of when we were talking about dominion. You can say i you know. Where is the evidence of voter fraud. Well where is the data or the evidence that the lockdown works to flatten the curb so to speak. I mean we are how far we're somewhere around seven weeks out students the first time that we locked down in la county and we're now a worse situation than we've ever been the absolute worst seven weeks out so then they keep moving it. They keep saying well. You know it's thanksgiving ignoring the fact. That black friday shopping was opened all over the place. Then it's was christmas and now we're a little bit so there's always something without data they just say it so it was people gathering of people travelling the anything goes as opposed to what is really happening. Which is indoors poor ventilation and congregates of strangers. By the way. Which is the record house in los angeles which is still open. Yes explained to me. Explain to me how any of that make sense and why they keep doubling tripling down on the things that are making it even worse in. Explain to me why you don't you wouldn't immediately go in and inoculate vaccinate. The elderly or people in assisted living. I you want to kill off the mortality rate pun intended. You wanna damp downloaded the mortality rate. You go to wear anyways from sixty one to sixty eight percent. Last time i looked in the city of in which is as its own health department on their dashboard. That's where a almost seven out of ten deaths are associated with assisted living centers. So wouldn't you immediately go in and vaccinate there. Isn't that where he would start. I mean obviously frontline or people who are getting exposed in emergency rooms but if you've got a million doses why not go and target the areas where people are dying well again you you kind of captured at the beginning of that soliloquy when you said explain to me explain to me why explain to me. Why the answer is i. Don't have to explain anything to you. I do what i want. We have a majority a super majority of democrats. And they're going to do what i tell him to do. And i don't need to explain to you jack shit so you just pay your taxes and do what i tell you to do. And if you defy me. I'm going to arrest you. That's not what you're looking for out of out of leadership or government but that's that's where we are the recall effort by the way for newsom as past one million signatures so we should definitely keep that going. Where should we go. Is it recall new dot com or something like that if people want to sign up for that Yeah i was driving through old town pasadena in our neck of the woods the other day and i was seeing all these restaurants that had done all. The modifications put the cement barriers out. Front moved all the tables out the sidewalk. Setup all the umbrellas everything and they're all just shuttered. There's nothing nothing going on any one of these places that had done all these modifications to try to To try to conform to whatever the regulations were three months ago. I'm curious about I just popped in my head but this whole Kenosha away shin. These officers were..

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ICU Nurse First Among LA County Healthcare Workers To Get Second Booster COVID-19 Vaccine Shot

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

ICU Nurse First Among LA County Healthcare Workers To Get Second Booster COVID-19 Vaccine Shot

"Nurse here in L. A. I became one of the first people in the country to get the final dose of the coronavirus immunity shots roughly three weeks ago. Nurse Helen Cordova Kaiser Permanente here in Los Angeles was one of the volunteers. You get the first shot of the fives or vaccine. And then this morning, these second booster shop those talking next, when she was first offered the chance to be among the first to get the shot. She did think about it a bit will be the first to admit I was definitely against the vaccine. When I first heard new, it's a known it was uncertain time and I was definitely on the I'm not doing that information came out for the trials and that sort of Look my interest to further read into it and speak to others with covert 19 immunity developing in her body right now, she says she does feel safer, more confident at work. Working with coronavirus patients.

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Los Angeles County To Require 10-Day Quarantine For Travelers

No Agenda

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Los Angeles County To Require 10-Day Quarantine For Travelers

"So I have more horrible hospitals stories outta beds this morning. The us military now deploying medical troops to help california's overburdened. Hospitals buckling under the pressure of skyrocketing covid cases los angeles county the epicenter taking new action requiring all travelers to quarantine for ten days as the region reports a six hundred percent increase in deaths since november on average nine to ten people in la county test positive for covid. Nineteen every minute

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New COVID-19 variant in L.A. County: What do we know?

Here & Now

05:30 min | 2 months ago

New COVID-19 variant in L.A. County: What do we know?

"In los angeles. Health officials have begun testing patients for a new more contagious strain of the corona virus. I discovered in europe. They're trying to figure out why we're seeing a surgeon cases here one person dies from the virus every ten minutes in la county and hospitals are rationing care urging people to avoid going to the er unless they absolutely have to for the latest. We're joined by. Dr n remind professor of epidemiology at ucla. Welcome dr hi nice to be here yes so. La county as i mentioned testing whether the variant of the virus like the one in london south africa and korea could be spreading here. What do we know about these efforts in this new strain. Well this is very important Los angeles county. The laboratory is active or laboratories are actively sequencing strains and it's not only important to be looking for this Uk strain and the south african Strain variant should. I say but others as well. We're we're far behind here in the. Us and sequencing efforts and viral surveillance is a critical component of public health surveillance. And this is a very very important moment to be doing it. We're seeing a huge spread here in los angeles. There are a variety of reasons that this could be happening but it is critical to be doing this kind of viral surveillance. Well let's talk a little bit about the variety of reasons why this could be happening. If a new strain is spreading locally. How did it get here. And what what. Additional action should be taken to limit the spread. Well if the strain is if if this if these particular strains the uk the again the variance the uk variant or the south african variant are actually spreading here in los angeles which would make good sense Then they probably arrived through travel somebody. They're coming from europe or Somebody coming going and coming back from europe but but the thing is it isn't just about the uk it's not just about south africa. We are seeing many many european countries outside the uk of recorded cases denmark france germany italy the netherlands spain sweden. It's been detected even in toronto in a couple with no history of travel exposure or high risk contacts. So these this particular. Uk very int- is spreading. And because we here in the united states have been sequencing less than one percent of the of the cases that we that we have here as opposed to seven percents or more in the uk fifty percent in new zealand and australia. We're very very far behind. So the bottom line is it's very likely that either these particular variants or other variants. That are similar are spreading in our community and we just have not been looking for them and thank you for that distinction between strain and variant. We're talking about variants gear variants. Yes we we understand things like holiday gatherings and possibly this new variant of the virus could be accelerating the spread but what else could be the reason. The surge seem to happen so quickly here in los angeles here in los angeles. We have one of the most. We have the most populous county Here in the us and and so you have a lot of opportunity for spread. We know that people are fatigued and that they have been getting together. A lot of people got together for thanksgiving. And so we're seeing the effects of those thanksgiving get togethers now and i think that here in la county. We have a lot of multi generational households as well a lot of essential workers. So there's plenty of opportunity for spread and once this virus gains momentum. It's like a snowball rolling downhill. It's just gains momentum it gets bigger and faster and harder to stop so some of the force of infection perforce of infection. There's also this new data out in la county that shows that some grocery stores are hot spots for the virus. And that's alarming because going to the stores a trip that most people take because the risks seem low. What is your advice on how to stay safe. And what is now some of the darkest days of this pandemic. i think the key here is everything that you're doing today here in los angeles is more dangerous than it was a month ago. Every type of activity. I've seen estimates of anywhere between one and one hundred and one and fifty people in los angeles are infected. And so even if you're just going to the grocery store for example going to the bank or doing anything where you're going to be in contact with people outside your household. There's a higher chance today than there was a few weeks ago that you'll be exposed to covid nineteen so i think the key here is just because you can do something doesn't mean you should. There are a lot of things that are still permitted here but they may not be the right thing to do because they will carry risks for you and the people around you so my advice to people is stay home if you can. If you must go out make your plans ahead of time be very targeted. Go to the grocery store have a list and break it down by the sections of the grocery store. He know where you're going. Make it quick in and out. That's dr anne remind professor of epidemiology at ucla. Thank you so much. It's my pleasure.

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In L.A. County, patients in ambulances waiting as long as 8 hours before entering ERs

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

In L.A. County, patients in ambulances waiting as long as 8 hours before entering ERs

"California is straining under a worsening outbreak heavy Lynn heard these reports in Los Angeles County hospitals are overwhelmed by some 6500 covert patients and more than 1300 or in intensive care. Outside the hospitals. There are reports of ambulance crews waiting hours to drop off patients in the ER because of a lack of space. The county's also reporting a record one day death toll from Cove it for the second day in a row. With the situation at such a critical point. Health officials are concerned it could get even worse, with another holiday weekend, bringing large gatherings of people. Leading to the continued spread of the pandemic for NPR news. I'm heavy Lynn hurt. He's in Los Angeles. The

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"la county" Discussed on Kingpins

Kingpins

08:10 min | 2 months ago

"la county" Discussed on Kingpins

"Would face reaction and in east. La the bandidos still called the shots. It's important to note that for much of this episode we've been focusing on the east. La bandidos and their relationship to other deputies and their station to be fully transparent. This is because most of the information we have on the bandidos is about the kennedy hall fight and the two thousand nine hundred thousand civil case filed against them. But that's not just say the east. La bandidos don't target members of their community. The same way they do their coworkers. There are two reasons why we might not hear about it. I people might not report. Deputy gang encounters out of fear. Second citizens who experienced police. Brutality may not know their aggressor was abandoned ito however to ongoing cases highlight what we do know about the bandidos activities outside the station. These incidents prove that the internal issue of the bandidos is very much felt by the wider east la community on august twelfth. Two thousand eighteen twenty one year old. Anthony barcus walked home from a party and enter the courtyard at the naval tomorrow via housing complex in east la unbeknownst to him east. La sheriff's deputies had reported to the complex at the same time to investigate a robbery deputies nicholas perez and jonathan row haas claimed they approached vargas and a fight broke out. They said that the young man produced a gun and that they had to shoot him to protect themselves. A lawsuit filed by the vargas. Family alleged. that both deputies perez and rojo belong to the bandidos tarez was a prospect at the time but he became a full fledged game after shooting. Vargas the vargas suit. Also claimed that the two deputies planted gun on the young man to give them just 'cause for executing him according to vargas autopsy. He was shot thirteen times in the back. The following year on december sixteenth two thousand and nineteen perez was involved in another shooting. This time the sheriff department officials story was that approach. Twenty old jorges serano junior while he was walking down the street. The elliott st claim. That sorrento pulled a gun. That peres shot him in self defense. But according to serano father who filed his own lawsuit against the department serano was unarmed. He ran for a block. Then god on his knees with his hands up still peres shot him and serano died at the scene. These claims are disturbing as you may recall from earlier in the episode ben. Dita's were encouraged to plant evidence on suspects so it makes sense peres. Mike try to drop a firearm near serano. And it's sickening to think that shooting. Anthony vargas was treated as some sort of initiation. But the bandidos wouldn't be the first deputy gang to celebrate officer involved shootings the lynnwood. Vikings received special tattoos celebrating such incidents and the jump up boys wrote into their code. Let members would gain. Respect after a gunfight both vargas and sarah now were latino but their cases and they're extrajudicial killings may sound familiar to anyone. Following the national movement against police brutality for the past decade especially high profile extrajudicial killings of black people have been marked by calls for action reform and accountability organizations like black lives matter acted as a mouthpiece demanding justice for those killed over the past year. National outrage has reached a tipping point protests and rallies have dominated new cycles videos of these officer involved executions have incited outrage and riots and despite this past decades efforts to reform law enforcement measures like additional training and body cameras. Haven't done much to curb police brutality. Since two thousand fifteen the washington post has tracked every fatal shooting by on duty law enforcement officer in the united states. Even with new measures the rate held steady. Police officers killed just shy of one thousand people each year. A new wave of activism has called to de-fund the police. This means divesting much of the money that would normally go to police budgets and reallocating it to community based social services for instance instead of sending police to mediate a nonviolent domestic disturbance. Emergency response teams might send mental health professionals specifically trained to de escalate. Those kinds of situations. The hope is that by reducing the number of police on the street. Police brutality and wrongful arrests would also decrease others wish to abolish law enforcement. As it currently exists the goal would be to shift to a new model public safety where the underlying causes of crime like poverty. Mental illness and addiction are addressed through community based social welfare programs. This debate on which path to choose but one thing is clear the current system that protects violent and racist cops must go and there are signs that public pressure is beginning to work though it often feels like two steps forward one step back august twenty twenty sheriff via no asia announced that he would be disciplining and possibly terminating twenty six employees involved in the kennedy hall fight but in the same breath via new wave. Minimize the impact of deputy gangs stating that. He wouldn't investigate them. He likened it to an inquisition. Saying we're trying to run an organization not engage in a witch hunt according to a follow up l. a. times article from october fifth. Only three of the twenty six employees were going to be terminated and according to their attorney some of the officers receiving discipline were actually victims in the fight. They were punished for not reporting the incident to their superiors. Acclaim that is simply untrue. However the two thousand and nineteen civil suit has spurred more change within the department then any complaints filed by civilians while families that filed wrongful death suits may have received settlements. Almost none of them stirred disciplinary action. This new move likely comes down to optics. It's bad look for the lsd to be sued over police brutality by their own employees. The move to terminate some of the offending deputies. After two years of the lsd dragging. Their feet is certainly due to public pressure. The vocal black lives matter movement and anti police. Brutality protests have created a new paradigm. In how we talk about and how he tried to change law enforcement on september seventeenth twenty twenty. The la county citizens oversight committee called on sheriff alex via nueva to resign among multiple reasons. The committee cited deputy gangs feeling that via nueva had not done enough to eradicate them october. Twenty sixth the la county board of supervisors indicated. They're ready to impeach sheriff. The new wave there currently discussing a motion to study how they might remove the sheriff as an elected position. It may even take a change to the california state constitution if the impeachment goes forward the office of sheriff will become an appointed position allowing for more accountability.

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California hospitals struggling as coronavirus cases explode

AP News Radio

01:04 min | 2 months ago

California hospitals struggling as coronavirus cases explode

"California hospitals are battling to find beds to house patients amid fears that the exploding rate of coronavirus infections there will exhaust resources and health care workers nearly seventeen thousand people were hospitalized with confirmed or suspected covert nineteen infections in California as of Friday more than doubled the previous peak Dr Brad spell Berger's chief medical officer at the Los Angeles county USC Medical Center one of the largest hospitals in the county with more than six hundred beds we are getting crushed for most of the days of the last week we've had zero ICU beds open in the morning and we have had to scramble to remove this patient here quick move that patient care many emergency rooms are using outdoor tends to make more space meanwhile healthcare workers are getting vaccination shots Dr Paul Givony with LA county health services says that's hopeful our workforce is facing overwhelming demand that you know today we can face that need with renewed energy I'm Ben Thomas

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LA County Coronavirus Cases Rise Despite Strict Measures

KNX Evening News

01:03 min | 2 months ago

LA County Coronavirus Cases Rise Despite Strict Measures

"Like county health officials are reporting more than 14,000 new coronavirus cases and more than 100 deaths and hospitalizations continue to hit new daily highs. This comes as state health officials say the ICU capacity in the 11 counties that loves together a Southern California is at 0%. That means healthcare workers will probably have to start placing ICU patients in other parts of hospitals. But without the specialized training of ICU, nurses and doctors, the quality of care may drop and deaths could increase. There's a call for L. A county to impose a strict and total lockdown for the month of January, closing all non essential businesses and imposing a curfew. But cabbie health officer Dr Montu Davis says there are drawbacks to that. You could say OK, well, that's set everything down and You know, trying to keep everybody inside temporarily, You know for a period of time, but I can tell you that with those those protective measures aren't followed. Even after you get out of that that we end up in the same situation. Dr Davis as a better alternative is for everyone in the county to adhere to the mandates to wear a mask, not mix with people outside their household and stay home as much as possible.

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"la county" Discussed on Secret Societies

Secret Societies

04:25 min | 2 months ago

"la county" Discussed on Secret Societies

"When asked about it. Vegas attorney denied that his client had any tattoos. Let alone deputy gang inc. But the connection prompted guidos family to wonder whether his killing was part of an initiation in september. Two thousand and twenty. They filed a wrongful death lawsuit against la county. Guardado and dante. Taylor's deaths aren't the only fatalities linked to the l. Ast compton station they just happened to be the ones that made headlines according to the l. a. times homicide report deputies have killed twenty nine people in compton since two thousand we don't know how many of those killings were unintentional or if any of them were part of alleged executioner initiations as gonzalez's complaint illustrated the execution is used the violent tactics to terrorize not only content citizens but also their own colleagues according to the la times. Like many of deputy clicks. It's possible that the executioners have modeled themselves off to prison gangs just like in many prisons at the contents station. The shots are called by the ruling gangs powerful boss and starting in two thousand sixteen the executioners alleged shock collar jamie juarez served as the station's scheduling. He was responsible for arranging his colleagues shifts days off and overtime. Allegedly warez always designed the calendar to benefit the executioners according to gonzalez's claim the acting captain removed warez from his scheduling row prior to two thousand nineteen. When laura's wanted another execution in the position his commander refused in response. Juarez allegedly led a work stoppage. This meant that execution has members responded slowly to or outright ignored police. Kohl's according to the la times gonzalez recalled that very minimal arrests occurred during the slowdown. And this wasn't the only tool in the executioners arsenal on other occasions gonzales also asserted that the gang said arrest quotas which are illegal to set up these schemes. The executioners allegedly used the encrypted messaging platform. What's up this made. Their correspondence virtually undetectable. All of this led to what some have called the execution as total control of the compton station. Gonzalez's attorney told the la times that the gang dominates every aspect of life their execution is members and their prospects tend to receive preferential treatment. Even when it comes to routine assignments. Gonzales witnessed this firsthand to once the executioners heard that he wasn't interested in joining the gang his supervisors assigned him to fourteen months of traffic duty and he did it desperately to avoid the wrath of the gang after he made his complaint in february. Two thousand twenty. Gonzales feared they would retaliate with violence instead. The execution is sabotaged his career. Coming up the la county sheriff's department refuses to take action. This episode is brought to you by the twenty twenty one toyota venza say or toyota venza driver. And you're passionate about technology. The venza is designed with everything. You need when you need it most surround yourself with the latest tech including an available twelve point three inch touchscreen so you can easily access all of your apps maps and music speaking of music. The toyota venza also comes with an available nine speaker. Jbl audio system complete with the sub woofer amplifier usb and auxiliary ports plus bluetooth connectivity with standard all drive a hybrid powertrain an available head up display. You can gear up in style. Introducing the toyota venza learn more at toyota dot com slash venza toyota. Let's go places..

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"la county" Discussed on Secret Societies

Secret Societies

08:06 min | 2 months ago

"la county" Discussed on Secret Societies

"Another competent deputy named thomas penelas according to abc seven bonello endured five years of bullying and intimidation from the click and it culminated in a near fatal incident where contrary us allegedly assaulted him in the compton station parking lot. Continuous reportedly bashed his elbow into bonilla's head several times leaving him bloody. He warned bonilla's if he told anyone about the attack he'd become no good to the executioners that meant all members of the gang could retaliate against him off to the incident bonilla's titled his fellow. Deputy ouster beto art. Gonzales concern for his colleague safety. Gonzales filed a report to the internal offense bureau on a confidential tip line. He thought he'd remain anonymous. But according to the la times somehow the executioners found out the complaint came from him a few days later. Gonzales received a mysterious text message. It was a photo of the words. Art is a rat scrawled on the station's parking lot. Keypad at work of the deputies refused to partner with gonzales. Afraid of getting pulled into the conflict fearing even more retaliation. Gonzales needed to protect himself in july. Two thousand twenty. He filed a legal claim against l. a. county. Gonzalez's complaint revealed the gangs name the executioners. He said the gang numbered around twenty out of the stations. Roughly one hundred deputies. Gonzalez's also confirmed that the skull tattoo was the executioners branding. he even testified that the ink had nazi imagery. One of the most stunning allegations was about the group supposed- initiation process before joining deputies. Have to impress execution as members a process cold chasing inc according to gonzalez only two offices are allowed to join each year and they have to fit the group's criteria which excludes women and black people however it's unclear what chasing inc actually entails. Gonzalez's asserted that deputies have gained acceptance after being involved in high profile shootings. Much like that of dante taylor. After these incidents the deputies who pulled the trigger allegedly used a tactic employed by the executioners to evade charges the ghost gun they would claim the victim brandished a weapon justifying the use of force according to gonzalez's testimony immorality. They've never seen the gun and then at the end a gun is never recovered. After the initiates violent act the gang supposedly heads to an unknown bar for a nine nine eight debrief party after the code for a deputy involved shooting in his claim. Gonzales said some people. Say it's to celebrate. The deputy is alive others. Say it's celebrate that they're going to be inking somebody. The inking of course involves the skull tattoo that allegedly brands each execution and member. The same one. Deputy samuel l. dhamma admitted having on his cough if these allegations are true. Who knows how many officer involved shootings in compton are actually gang initiations. Gonzalez's claimed that at least one other high profile incident was an executioner's induction the shooting of andres guardado on june eighteenth. Two thousand twenty eighteen year old on dress. Quasimodo was working as a security guard in gardena nick cotton. He was standing outside talking with another person in a car blocking driveway at five fifty. Two p m deputies miguel vega and chris hernandez approached and according to the officers redondo flashed a gun and ran the deputies opened fire and shot guido in the back five times he died at the scene. The killing occurred just weeks off to minneapolis. Police killed george floyd while black lives matter protests were surging around the world. When news broke about yet another fatal shooting by law enforcement it sparked outrage many including deputy gonzalez thought the content execution is to blame. But some of the details of that case don't align with the gangs ammo in the subsequent investigation. There was one stark contrast to dante. Taylor's case the la sd found gun at a media briefing on august. Twelve the lsd bureau. Commander chris marx said the recovered gun didn't have a serial number but it had ammo. He claimed there were no fingerprints. But there were traces of guardia. Does dna the guns existence made. It seem less likely that the executions were involved after all. The ghost gun was allegedly one of their main tactics with an actual weapon in evidence. It sounded like the deputies. Shot guajardo in self-defense. Thinking he was in a street gang and commander mark seemed to be hinting at that theory throughout the press. Conference mere minutes after speaking about gordo's death marks pivoted to talk about gang related shootings that had occurred on the same block. Several reporters asked if he was implying that the incidents were related but marks denied this. Here's an excerpt of what he said again. I don't have any information that links mr granato to any of these previous incidents this is background information. And it's also to share with you that we have parallel investigations and as we understand. There's a lot of public desire and media desire for information on this case. But we're just not have not been in a position to share information on this case because of this parallel investigation and all the search warrants being served at the thirteen locations. Now today we're in a position where we can give you. An update provide you that information. The next day sheriff and vienna waiver spoke at another press conference. He denied that gang operated in the compton station or anywhere else. He is a portion of his remarks. Department critics the overwhelming majority of deputies. Who socialize with each other. I know different than other. Social groups in military organizations sports teams college fraternities police departments and even fire departments. Tattoos are very common and their presence is not evidence of any sinister purpose absence evidence of associated misconduct anecdotal claims of criminal conduct from trial and defense attorneys must be viewed in their proper context. They're advocating on behalf of their client and they have to exaggerate the impact of their claims against the simple fact that department makes over two and a half million context of your across the county with scant evidence to support claims. Groups of deputies allegedly behaving gangs. The few cases that have arisen over the last dig has centered on deputies engage in misconduct with their peers as victim. Not the community. This was true with custody deputies. Fight at the cannon in twenty ten the kennedy hall fight in two thousand eighteen and now the fight between deputies at compensation in twenty twenty. There's zero evidence of three or more deputies engage in criminal activity with a unifying symbol. Whose primary purpose is to commit crime against zero tolerance but the la times quickly refuted the of position on august twentieth. The newspaper made a major connection. The deputies who killed our dotto miguel via and chris hernandez were mentioned in gonzalez's testimony as prospective executioners members..

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Kingpins

06:31 min | 2 months ago

"la county" Discussed on Kingpins

"Six times at eight thirty pm. Taylor was pronounced dead at the scene but when detectives searched the scene. They never found taylor's supposed- handgun either. It had gone missing or it never existed at all. Despite this suspicious circumstances the district attorney's office determined all dharma under ago. Didn't have criminal liability in taylor's death taylor's family was furious in october of two thousand sixteen. They filed a fifty million dollar wrongful death lawsuit accusing the la. Ast of fabricating the story about the weapon as a cause for the shooting in may of two thousand and eighteen deputy aldama gave a deposition under oath. He admitted to having a tattoo on his leg of a skeleton wearing military helmets with the letters. Cpt standing for content according to the la times. He confessed that he was one of ten to twenty deputies that had earned the tattoo but he refused to name the gang. The symbol represented in fact. He denied being part of a secret group within the sheriff's station asshole later in the deposition. The taylor family's attorney. John sweeney asked aldama add. Ill feelings toward african americans. After almost a minute of deliberation he responded. I do the video clip of alabama's racist response went viral on twitter soon. Another racist crime by dhamma under reagan surfaced. They had allegedly brutally beaten another black man. months before. taylor's death. John sweeney used this as part of his argument. That the unnamed. Lsd gangs racist practices and use of excessive force had caused dante. Taylor's death all these revelations stuns the public as we've heard in previous episodes the l. Ast has a long history of racist clicks the fact that new one has suddenly emerged with incompetent was troubling a watchdog group. The sheriff civilian oversight commission called for an investigation into the contents stations parent secret society in response. Sheriff jim mcdonnell launched a comprehensive study into tattooed groups in the l. a. s. d. in partnership with the la county council and the inspector general mcdonnell said. Our goal is to understand exactly what we're dealing with. Then come up with the best thinking on how to resolve. These long-standing concerns it's unclear. How exactly they carried out the study. But its findings were inconclusive. According to the la times the enquiring never even the deputy gang members to reveal themselves and according to la county attorney chandler pokka even if the l. ast did obtain the names of gang members it didn't have to disclose them even during the taylor family's lawsuit. It was difficult to bring any evidence to light in a pre trial. Hearing the judge ordered that deputies may be questioned about their tattoos in the future if they were given the chance to object. The judge however didn't ask any officers to reveal their at the time but that future questioning never came before any damaging information could come out during the trial. La county settled the suit for seven million dollars to be paid by taxpayers. The county apparently preferred shelling out millions rather than admitting this existed but the damage was done word about the new nameless. Lsd gang had spread and soon fellow. Deputies were tired of their antics and exposed their misdeeds to the world next the execution has terrorized the compton. Elliot's de station. Hey podcasters alistair here. If you haven't had a chance to check out the entertaining podcast blind dating. Now's the time to binge for. You've missed before catching all new episodes every wednesday in this spotify original from podcast with expanded the places. You can meet your match with a twist. you'll never see coming. 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Risk-free restrictions may apply see bollandbranch dot com for details. That's b. o. L. l. andbranch dot com now back to the story in two thousand eighteen. Dante taylor's wrongful. Death lawsuit brought to stalk revelation to light a racist. La county sheriff's department. Gang likely operated within the compton station the l. a. denied their existence and la. County eventually. Settled the taylor law suit in two thousand and nineteen a fellow. Deputy filed the claim to protect himself from the gangs members the executioners were no longer just accused of harassing civilians fellow. Lsd deputies were targets to bullying. Their colleagues was apparently a way of increasing their status in the gang. The complaint stemmed from an incident in february two thousand and twenty when the executioners alleged enforcer deputy eugene controllers was.

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00:51 sec | 2 months ago

L.A. County COVID cases are up

"County sees another spike in Covent related deaths They've been climbing for. While but jump to 86 today, the second highest one day total since the start of the pandemic there more than four times as many people with covert 19 hospitalized and there were a month ago. The huge numbers of new cases being reported every day mean hospitalizations, which are already setting records daily, or expected to keep going up. Covert 19 transmission is being driven by people under 50. And the impact of serious illness is being felt greatest among people 65 older L. A County public health director, Barbara Ferrer. This is a preventable tragedy because those most vulnerable to serious illness from Cogan 19. Can be protected by everyone everyone else. else. Total Total confirmed confirmed covert covert 19 19 cases cases and and the the the county county county county are are are are approaching approaching approaching approaching 545,000 545,000 545,000 545,000 with with with with more more more more than than than than 8400 8400 8400 8400 death. death. death. death. Claudia Claudia Claudia Claudia Pesky Pesky Pesky Pesky Takeya. Takeya. Takeya. Takeya. Next Next Next in in in 70 70 70 news news news radio, radio, radio, with with with covert covert

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"la county" Discussed on Kingpins

Kingpins

04:02 min | 3 months ago

"la county" Discussed on Kingpins

"He blacked out. Instead of seeking medical attention for rodriguez. The deputies used a stun gun to shock him back to consciousness. Once rodriguez was awake again. The guards allegedly used the stun gun. To shock him on his chest legs and even his testicles then the deputies smashed him on the head with a flashlight fracturing his skull in addition to the brutal beatings. Rodriguez testified that several deputies were members of a secret. Click in other words by gang. Rodriguez didn't identify the gangs. But at the time. Central jail was terrorized by two organizations of deputies. The two thousand boys and the three thousand boys. The two thousand boys work the second floor. The three thousand boys appropriately. The third floor rodriguez was an inmate on the third floor. It was never confirmed whether the deputies who beat rodriguez part of the three thousand boys. However the county ended up settling the case for close to a million dollars and it reimbursed rodriguez and other plaintiffs a whopping six million dollars in legal fees but deputy gangs didn't just target prisoners and civilians in two thousand fourteen. A complaint was filed by veteran female. Deputy she claimed east. La station gang members sexually harassed threatened and demanded sex from her as part of training. According to the deputies lawsuit she declined the advances but in retaliation she was subjected to even more harassment and physical abuse. At one point. She found a dead rat placed conspicuously under her car. The retaliation wasn't only metaphorical. It soon devolved into dangerous. Physical threats to in one instance. She was run off the road by another deputy to sweep the case under the rug. The county wrote a check for one point five million dollars but that was chump change compared to what was on the horizon in two thousand and nineteen. The county settled another case against the infamous lynnwood. Vikings this time for ten point one million dollars this time it involved. A wrongful imprisonment case stemming from the nineteen ninety-one murder conviction of a sixteen year old named francisco. Correo korea was accused of being the trigger man of a drive by shooting in lynnwood. When lynwood sheriff's deputies find a suspect they pinned the murder on correo. The young man spent twenty years in prison until the innocence project took on his case they were able to convince the court that korea was falsely imprisoned specifically due to corrupt lynnwood vikings with mr careers recent settlement of ten million dollars. La county taxpayers have now shelled out over fifty five million dollars to pay for the misconduct of sheriff's department. Deputy gangs that price tag. Doesn't come close to compensating victims and families for the pain and suffering caused by these groups but hopefully it will motivate the county and residents to demand justice and accountability. From the sheriff. Only time will tell in the past. Some of the problematic stations have been closed down in the hopes that they're gang will disappear as well as we saw last week. The notorious lynnwood station was decommissioned and reorganized into the nearby century station. Who incidentally in the years following the revelations about the lennox grim reapers. Lennox station was also shuttered. It too was replaced by a brand. New facility is time in south los angeles but shiny new. Sheriff stations have been built for the department in the past that have done little to change. Deputies behavior after the fresh paint has faded from the california sun. What's left are echoes of the past from corrupt. Sheriff's.

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"la county" Discussed on Secret Societies

Secret Societies

07:32 min | 3 months ago

"la county" Discussed on Secret Societies

"Back to the story after years of operating in secret the lennox grim reapers were exposed in nineteen ninety nine that year articles from the los angeles times and the new york times spotlighted the reapers as a group of rogue deputies with tattoos then in two thousand sixteen a disciplinary case within the department further illuminated the secretive organisation. There were allegations that the reapers intimidated other deputies with threats of violence and dangerous work assignments and held unusual influence within the department. Despite those significant revelations perhaps the most headline grabbing part of the case was the price tag of the legal fees that case of former deputy karen men doane was costing the county upwards of fifteen hundred dollars per hour and it was the result of an unusual legal dilemma. The government was in essence suing itself. La county led by the board of supervisors and auditor controller filed a lawsuit against the la county sheriff's department and sheriff vienna ueva both the county and sheriff hired specialized private attorneys by one account. There were at least a dozen lawyers working on the case. Of course specialized legal counsel doesn't come cheap. According to a report by a local news station the board of supervisors legal team cost four hundred ninety five dollars per hour but that's a relative bargain compared with the lead attorney for sheriff via nueva who is reportedly being paid eleven hundred and twenty dollars per hour. Those fees add up quickly. According to vienna ueva the cases cost the county close to three million dollars so far. And there's no end in sight even more shocking. Perhaps is that via nevada and the board of supervisors aren't footing the bill. La tax payers are and attorney fees are only the tip of the when it comes to the gangs financial impact on la county and its residents. There are also millions of dollars of legal settlements stemming from the gangs like the grim reapers one of the earliest financial blow from les. Deputy gangs came in nineteen ninety-six with the lynnwood vikings. The county settled a class action lawsuit in which residents accused deputies in the gang of discrimination and intimidation tactics. Vikings who learned about last week. We're running according to us. District judge terry j header junior a quote neo nazi white. Supremacist gang out of lynnwood sheriff's station to settle the charges. The county paid nine million dollars the majority of it seven point. Five million dollars was distributed to eighty residents who reported being on the receiving end of the vikings excessive force. The remaining one point five million dollars was earmarked for retraining deputies and that was just the beginning within the next decade. More suits were filed against the sheriff's department in connection to secret gangs of deputies in two thousand eight inmates of la county central. Jail accused. sheriff's deputies of brutality. One of the men. Eriberto rodriguez testified. That deputies beat and choked him until he blacked out. Instead of seeking medical attention for rodriguez the deputies used a stun gun to shock him back to consciousness. Once rodriguez was awake again. The guards allegedly used the stun gun. To shock him on his chest legs and even his testicles then the deputies smashed on the head with a flashlight fracturing his skull in addition to the brutal beatings. Rodriguez testified that several deputies were members of a secret. Click in other words by gang. Rodriguez didn't identify the gangs. But at the time central jail was terrorized by two organizations of deputies. The two thousand boys and the three thousand boys. The two thousand work the second floor. The three thousand boys appropriately. The third floor. Rodriguez was an inmate on the third floor. It was never confirmed whether the deputies who beat rodriguez were part of the three thousand boys. However the county ended up settling the case for close to a million dollars and it reimbursed rodriguez and other plaintiffs a whopping six million dollars in legal fees but deputy gangs didn't just target prisoners and civilians. In two thousand fourteen a complaint was filed by a veteran female. Deputy she claimed east. La station gang members sexually harassed threatened and demanded sex from her as part of training. According to the deputies lawsuit she declined the advances but in retaliation she was subjected to even more harassment and physical abuse that one point she founded dead rat placed conspicuously under her car. The retaliation wasn't only metaphorical. It soon devolved into dangerous. Physical threats to in one instance. She was run off the road by another deputy to sweep the case under the rug. The county wrote a check for one point five million dollars but that was chump change compared to what was on the horizon in two thousand nineteen. The county settled another case against the infamous lynnwood. Vikings this time for ten point one million dollars this time it involved. A wrongful imprisonment k. Stemming from the nineteen ninety-one murder conviction of a sixteen year old named francisco. Correo korea was accused of being the trigger man of a drive by shooting in lynnwood. When lynwood sheriff's deputies couldn't find a suspect they pinned the murder on correo. The young man spent twenty years in prison until the innocence project took on his case they were able to convince the court that korea was falsely imprisoned specifically due to corrupt lynnwood. Vikings with mr carrillo's recent settlement of ten million dollars. La county taxpayers have now shelled out over fifty five million dollars to pay for the misconduct of sheriff's department. Deputy gangs that price tag. Doesn't come close to compensating victims and families for the pain and suffering caused by these groups but hopefully it will motivate the county and residents to demand justice and accountability. From the sheriff. Only time will tell in the past. Some of the problematic stations have been closed down in the hopes that they're gang will disappear as well as we saw last week. The notorious lynnwood station was decommissioned and reorganized into the nearby century station. Who incidentally in the years following the revelations about the lennox grim reapers. Lennox station was also shuttered. It too was replaced by a brand. New facility is time in south los angeles shiny new. Sheriff stations have been built for the department in the past. That have done little to change. Deputies behavior after the fresh paint has faded from the california sun. What's left are echoes of the past from corrupt. sheriff's vigilante.

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"la county" Discussed on Secret Societies

Secret Societies

08:28 min | 3 months ago

"la county" Discussed on Secret Societies

"In the l. s. d. as they did with corruption within the l. a. p. d. in nineteen ninety nine the rampart scandal dominated headlines. The lapd rampart. Division was implicated in various accusations. Such as police brutality planting evidence robbery drug dealing and perjury. The focus on the lapd allowed the st. Deputy gangs like the refers to slip back into the shadows then over a decade later a disciplinary case within the sheriff's department threatened to blow the gangs cover for good on december twenty seven two thousand fourteen a cell phone video captured. Off-duty la county sheriff's. Deputy karen carl mandolin reportedly breaking into his ex girlfriend's apartment. He was allegedly stalking her and to control her life with a black hat pulled low over his eyes. And a nondescript white t shirt men doyen appeared to use a metal tool to pry open her sliding glass door. When the deputy realized he was being videotaped he seemed surprised for a moment but he continued on undeterred and entered the woman's home the footage became one of the most important exhibits in a disciplinary case against men. Doyenne a case that would later reveal that. He was a grim reaper. In the months after the break in mendham former partner who was also a deputy continue to documentary threatening behavior. She filed a police. Report citing bruises lacerations and other harassing treatment from doyen. Then in june. Two thousand fifteen. She filed an official complaint with the sheriff's department. A month later in doyenne was suspended from duty while the department opened an investigation during the course of the inquiry men doyen admitted to having the grim reaper tattoo on his leg during the investigation been doing x. Turned over an audio recording for one that seemed to show mendoza in threatening retribution from him and the rivers she testified that she believed mongolians association with the reapers gave him influence with sheriff's dispatchers. That could result in her being assigned to extra calls. Instead of getting a break between assignments. She would be sent on one after another for her whole shift circumstance. That would not only be exhausting. But dangerous to combat her claims. Ben domains defense attempted to portray the young woman as mentally unstable alleging that she had repeatedly contacted montoya after they had broken up. The defenses claims didn't seem to sway the sheriff's department though in august. Two thousand sixteen. They upheld the decision to remove montoya and from duty. He was officially fired. But it wasn't the end of the case. Men doyen filed an appeal with the la civil service commission. The final arbiter of labor disputes for government jobs in january two thousand eighteen after a year of investigation and hearings. The civil service office confirmed the decision to discharge doan. It seemed the final nail was in the coffin for his career in the lsd. Butman doyen wasn't about to give up much like the figurative grim reaper on his leg he lurked in the shadows looking for an opportunity to strike and he soon bounded on november. Twenty sixth two thousand and eighteen. A new sheriff was elected in los angeles. Alex via nueva a newcomer beat out incumbent. Jim mcdonnell even though via nueva had never held public office. He was a popular. Deputy in the la county sheriff's department being away but was seen as a populist who would bring transparency accountability to position that was consistently politicized vienna waivers. Latino cts background also assured folks that he would root out racists gangs and assert justice for l. a.'s residents just a week later on december four two thousand eighteen via nueva was sworn in as the los angeles county sheriff at the ceremony. The news cameras captured one. Particular guest onstage with vienna ueva car allman doyen in the days that followed it was revealed that mundane had served on via waivers election campaign and as his personal driver. This was suspicious too many three weeks later. On december twenty eighth men doyen was reinstated as deputy. It was a shocking development for those involved. In mendoza's case critics of the sheriff's department pointed to this as a clear example of a quid pro quo between the new sheriff and fired deputies for his part share via nueva denied any wrongdoing. He claimed the evidence against men. Doyen was flimsy so he deserved to be reinstated but the county saw things differently. Two months later on february twenty eighth two thousand and nineteen the county of los angeles auditor controller notified enjoying that sheriff via of didn't have the authority to rehire him. The county ordered men doyen to return his gun and badge like a showdown in the old west. Both sides refused to budge. What followed was a lengthy legal battle between via nueva and the county via new ueva argued that mongolians disciplinary hearings had been flawed. La county maintained that mandolins hearings had been handled properly and that the sheriff has limited power to appoint deputies at the time of this recording. The case is still being litigated and has allegedly created significant conflict in the department. It's also served to highlight the apparent power of sheriff's department gangs like the grim reapers result. The once-secretive reapers were at the forefront of news and public awareness. They seem to hold significant sway in the department even with the share of himself but in appealing his case to such a high level endorphin may have inadvertently caused the unraveling of the grim reapers. The reapers were no longer only impacting residents in lenox they were costing taxpayers millions of dollars up next the grim reapers. Downfall might not be there violent behavior but their price tag best episode is brought to you by three m three m has always been driven to improve lives through science and innovation. it's this forward thinking. Mindset that led three m to invent household items. You've come to know and love like post it notes and command. But three and believes they have a responsibility to use their science to improve lives and even more ways that's why they're directly responding to the covid nineteen crisis by working on solutions for some of today's biggest challenges as a leading provider of personal protective equipment. 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"la county" Discussed on Secret Societies

Secret Societies

08:02 min | 3 months ago

"la county" Discussed on Secret Societies

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However you define it invent your possibility at bloomberg dot com now back to the story sometime in the nineteen eighties or nineties. La county sheriff's deputies. Atlantic station formed a secret organization called the grim reapers this day. The date of their founding is unknown a testament to the group's code of silence but it was during the heyday of the crack epidemic. That deputies were suddenly sporting grim. Reaper tattoos on their ankles. The few details we do know have been pieced together from eyewitness accounts as well as inferences drawn from other sheriff's department gangs some outside the group including former sheriff lee baca speculate that the reapers began simply as an informal gathering drinking and partying. Sheriff's deputies much like enforcement officers have a reputation for being heavy drinkers when the batch comes off many them blow off steam with copious amounts of alcohol. That relationship with booze has been the subject of significant psychological research. A study published in the american journal on addictions found that one in four police officers have unhealthy drinking habits experts point. The fact that police work is stressful. And at times deadly it also requires a high level of trust and camaraderie. Many police officers view nondrinkers as suspicious and unsociable. People so drinking has not only become a way for law enforcement officers to bond but to prove their solidarity and reinforce group dynamics the lennox grim reapers were no different one anonymous source within the reapers described it as no more than some of the fraternities at schools former la county. Sheriff lee baca claimed that many of them regretted joining when they sobered up. Especially whether wide sought the tattoo he also added. That deputies destroyed their lives with this nonsense of drinking and tattoos but sheriff box criticism likely galvanize the reapers even more. He was like a nagging father telling his kids not to party or get tattoos. It only made the gangs more appealing. They became forbidden fruit over time. The reapers likely evolved into more than just drinking and tattoos. There is some evidence that wants. Deputy gangs like the reapers were large enough. They were able to influence department. Assignments work schedules and even calls for backup. But even as the reapers grew within station for the first decade of their existence little was known about them on the outside they successfully remained off the public radar then in nineteen ninety nine. Something happened thrust into the spotlight. In march of nineteen ninety nine the los angeles times published a groundbreaking article about secret societies. In the la county sheriff's department was one of the first public glimpses into the world of deputy kings. The article exposed numerous groups like the east. La little devils and lynnwood. Vikings but the peace zeroed in on one gang in particular the lennox grim reapers. The la times had access to a confidential source inside the reapers who gave them the first behind the scenes. Look into the secret world. The deputy was not identified but he confirmed he was tattooed member of the reapers. While the deputy was open about the existence of the gang he was careful not to implicate them in illegal activity or discrimination. He explained that his tattoo only showed that he was respected by his peers he added. What am i going to get a tattoo of. Winnie the pooh. His glib response wasn't echoed by sheriff lee baca at the time baca responded having a grim reaper. Tattoo does not bring confidence in you as a deputy even thought sheriff baca disapproved of the reapers many believed he didn't go far enough in addressing the problem. Some speculated that baucus under sheriff. Paul tanaka who we profiled in last week's episode undermined meaningful reforms against deputy gangs. Tanaka was an inc member of the lynnwood. Vikings and had already been involved in an alleged department. Cover up of an officer involved shooting so it seemed to be into nakas best interests to ignore any criticism and let the l. a. times article fade into the background. But tanaka wasn't powerful enough to stop another newspaper. Expose in june nineteen ninety nine. The new york times published an investigation about law enforcement this time about racial profiling during the course of his research. The times reporter received unprecedented access to lennox station there. He encountered numerous grim reapers. The journalists noted that many of the deputies mostly white young men with military backgrounds had report tattoos on their ankles. It was more confirmation of the proliferation of the gang. But this time the gang wasn't the focus of the story. The reporter was hoping to learn about racial bias in law enforcement for that he was allowed to do a ride along with a young lennox. Deputy named geoffrey coats. Coates was a white deputy policing area. That was over ninety percent. Latino ex ante confirmed the journalists were suspicions about racial bias. Except deputy coats didn't call it racial profiling. He referred to it as pretext stops during a pretext stop. Deputy coats reportedly ignored white drivers and targeted black and latino drivers hoping to find drugs firearms or evidence of criminal behavior textbook. Racial profiling toward the end of the reporters ride with coats. He asks the deputy pointblank if he was a grim reaper. Coats replied that he had been forthright untruthful during their day together and he wasn't going to lie to him now. So coats declined to answer the question. It was a tactical answer to a direct question. Coats didn't confirm that he was a reaper. But he didn't deny it either coaches career and status in the department didn't seem to be impacted by the article in june two thousand and he was awarded the sheriff's department smith torius conduct medal for protecting a bystander and other deputies during a gunfight in the lenox area he later became a sheriff's department swat officer after the initial publicity around coats his ride along and the new york times much of the attention on the grim reapers dissipated. The public seemed less concerned about gangs.

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Kingpins

07:43 min | 3 months ago

"la county" Discussed on Kingpins

"Deployed around. La even with the new swat team waiting in the wings. Deputies at remote stations like lennox felt increasingly under threat from the general population. They were isolated and outnumbered. The violence got worse in the nineteen eighties with the advent of crack cocaine in lenox. Latino gangs like the lennox thirteen battled black gangs the crips bloods over territory and drug-trafficking control. The bloodshed poured into the streets with gang war seemingly surrounding them on all sides. The atlantic station deputies felt more and more like an island of law enforcement in a sea of violence. They were up against increasingly sophisticated. Gangs toting automatic weapons so the officers reportedly decided to take matters into their own hands. They had heard stories of other sheriffs stations like east. La and lynnwood starting underground groups of deputies secret tattoos so the young minute lennox decided to form their own. League chose a simple that represented and unstoppable force one that lurked in the shadows and brought with it the inevitability of death but grim reaper. Then they tattoo the reaper on their ankles and swore an oath of secrecy. They weren't any ordinary deputies anymore. They were a gang coming up. The grim reapers remain in the shadows until they are outed by a newspaper. Expose high listeners. If you love all things true crime do i have a show for you. Is the spotify original from podcast. Unsolved murders every tuesday join host. Her and wendy is. They examined a real murder. That to this day remains a mystery. Part dramatic podcast. Part old time radio show unsolved murders. Uses an ensemble cost of actors to take you on a journey through the crime scene and its ensuing investigation and while each murder technically remains unsolved at the end of each case. You will get a thorough explanation of who the most likely culprits. His and their motivation from l. As black dahlia to egypt's cleopatra unsolved murders brings you closer than ever to crimes that have no tidy resolutions. It's always been a favourite mine. And i have no doubt you'll love it to follow unsolved murders free on spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Whether you're managing a business starting your own even working on a podcast like me. Keeping everything organized and cliff. The people you work with is a must. Well the folks over. Monday dot com couldn't agree more and they're helping teams do just that no matter where they are monday. Dot com is an online teamwork platform for collaborators who want to plan track and manage all of their daily work or in one place. It's easy to set up a news and is beautifully designed to manage any team organization or process online monday dot com abel's teams to move faster and meet their objectives by offering ready to go templates for a wide range of use cases with built in solutions for your industry workflow and the best part is monday. Dot com is completely customizable to fit. Your specific needs giving you a streamlined advantage to track the progress of work within the company and your clients build confidence within your team and reach every goal with these visit. Monday dot com to start your free two week. Trial mara back to the story sometime in the nineteen eighties or nineties. La county sheriff's deputies. Atlantic station formed a secret organization called the grim reapers to this day. The date of their founding is unknown a testament to the group's code of silence but it was during the heyday of the crack epidemic. That deputies were suddenly sporting grim. Reaper tattoos on their ankles. The few details we do know have been pieced together from eyewitness accounts as well as inferences drawn from other sheriff's department gangs some outside the group including former sheriff lee baca speculate that the reapers began simply as an informal gathering for drinking and partying. Sheriff's deputies much like other law enforcement officers have a reputation for being heavy drinkers when the badge off many of them blow off steam with copious amounts of alcohol. That relationship with booze has been the subject of significant psychological research. A study published in the american journal on addictions found that one in four police officers have unhealthy drinking habits experts point to the fact that police work is stressful. And at times deadly it also requires a high level of trust and camaraderie. Many police officers view nondrinkers as suspicious unsociable people. So drinking has not only become away for law enforcement officers to bond but to prove their solidarity and reinforce group dynamics the lennox grim reapers were no different one anonymous source within the reapers described as no more than some of the fraternities at schools former. La county sheriff. Laibach claimed that many of them regretted joining when they sobered love especially when their wives saw the tattoo he also added that deputies destroyed their lives with this nonsense of the drinking and tattoos but sheriff baucus criticism langley galvanized the reapers even more. He was like a nagging father telling his kids not a party or get tattoos. It only made the gangs more appealing. They became forbidden fruit over time. The reapers likely evolved into more than just drinking and tattoos. There is some evidence that wants. Deputy gangs like the reapers were large enough. They were able to influence department. Assignments work schedules and even calls for backup. But even as the reapers grew within lennox station for the first decade of their existence little is known about them on the outside the successfully remained off the public radar then in nineteen ninety. Nine something happened. That thrust them into the spotlight. In march of nineteen ninety nine the los angeles times published a groundbreaking article about secret societies and the la county sheriff's department. It was one of the first public glimpses into the world of deputy gangs. The article exposed numerous groups like the east. La little devils and lynnwood. Vikings but the peace zeroed in on one gang in particular the lennox grim reapers. The only time said access to a confidential source inside the reapers who gave them the first behind the scenes. Look into the secret world. The deputy was not identified but he confirmed he was a tattooed member of the reapers. While the deputy was open about the existence of the gang he was careful not to implicate them in illegal activity or discrimination. He explained that his tattoo only showed that he was respected by his peers. then he added. What am i going to get a tattoo of. Winnie the pooh..

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Secret Societies

03:07 min | 3 months ago

"la county" Discussed on Secret Societies

"In the world's largest sheriff's department and as was the case at lynnwood. His tenure was rife with controversy in two thousand twelve. A blue ribbon commission would accuse tanaka his boss and a few colleagues of allowing their deputies to beat and humiliate inmates at county. Jails cover up. Deputy misconduct and allow deputy gangs to run on checked. It seemed as though the abusive toxic culture he learned at lynnwood followed him for the rest of his career. It brings to mind an old cliche. You can change the law but you can't change the people. The little devils may have disbanded by nineteen eighty but the violent mentality that formed. The gang didn't dissipate overnight. The vikings are also gone. The lynwood sheriff's station closed in nineteen ninety-four but every time one gang is disbanded. Another seems to take its place the current sheriff of la county. Alex vienna waiver cut his teeth at the east. La station in two thousand sixteen. He recommissioned the ford to patchy logo. That had i been installed by the little devils. The community has complained that the seal is racist and demeaning but this is evidently done little to change. Vienna waves mind. The logo still stands. And as we'll discover the little devils and the vikings set a precedent for future deputy gangs each increasingly violent. The next group to take this mantle was stationed in lenox..

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Kingpins

08:24 min | 3 months ago

"la county" Discussed on Kingpins

"One accounts claimed that a viking shot a dog and tied it beneath his commanders car. Another smeared human feces on a supervisor's car engine within the station itself. Investigators found a map of lynnwood in the shape of africa racist cartoons of black men and a clumsily made plane ticket to africa hanging on the wall. All of this evidence was brought to court and the vikings had little way to defend themselves during the core proceedings. A reporter are sheriff block. If his deputies and the vikings were any different from street gangs block defended them saying the facts that group of people with a particular assignments together in a sort of brotherhood could be very positive thing but the district court disagreed in his ruling. Us district judge terry j hatter wrote many of the incidents which brought about this motion involved group of lynnwood area deputies who are members of a neo nazi white supremacist gang. The vikings which exists with the knowledge of departmental policy makers the la st eventually paid out seven point. Five million dollars to the people of lynnwood and we'll order to spend another one point five million dollars on mandatory training or because the sheriff's department is funded by taxpayers. It might be more accurate to say that the people of l. a. county pay down nine million dollars while the deputies themselves walked away relatively free despite the multi-million dollar settlement and public scrutiny the s. did nothing to curb the vikings influence if anything they thrived a year later in nineteen ninety two. La county judge. James colts published a separate report on the excessive use of force by the l. s. d. The report concluded that some deputies appeared to have engaged in behavior that is brutal and intolerable and is typically associated with street gangs but despite the overwhelming evidence sheriff block refused to investigate or even admit the deputy gangs were real however when deputy mike osborne came to lynnwood as a trainee in nineteen ninety-four. It was clear to him that the vikings ruled the station. Osborne referred to the vikings as a caste system. Those at the top were white and male the veterans on the force. They were known. For routinely using racist and sexist slurs they were also the ones you needed to impress if you wanted your career to go places. Of course that also meant being initiated into the vikings yourself and once you are in osborne told the la times. You were expected to be one of the boys you bought into the code of silence. The protected every member of the gang. You didn't report illegal activity carried out by a fellow. Deputy you saw nothing even. If you were a dividing you were expected to follow their rules. Osbourne's wife fellow deputy aurora. Jato broke that code of silence in nineteen ninety-six. After witnessing her training officer of viking fabricate evidence against black and latino civilians she also saw him destroy evidence and falsified police reports a federal offence. Jones was arraigned in march nineteen ninety-six on felony charges and the identity of his whistle blower got around the station. Foss that same month. Someone shot at osborne and mayo's home in the dead of night while the children were asleep in that bedrooms though. She can't prove it may otto is convinced. The shooter was a member of the vikings. But neither she nor osborne knew who to turn to. After all day word the police coming up. We'll look at the repercussions of the vikings unchecked criminal behavior. This episode is brought to you by britannia experienced britannia. 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Dot com is an online teamwork platform for collaborates who wants to plan track and manage all of their daily work or in one place. It's easy to set up and use and is beautifully designed to manage any team organization or process online monday tacoma nabil's teams to move faster and meet their objectives by offering ready to go templates for a wide range of use cases with built in solutions for your industry. Workflow and the best part is monday. Dot com is completely customizable to fit your specific needs giving you a streamlined advantage to track the progress of work within the company and your clients build confidence within your team and reach every goal with these visit monday dot com to start your free two week trial now back to the story. The lynnwood vikings were first brought to light in nineteen ninety as part of a class action lawsuit filed against the st. It was clear to the. Us district judge overseeing the complaint that the deputy gang operating at the lynwood sheriff's station was not a social clique as sheriff block had called it. But a gang of neo-nazis. They terrorize the community and were more concerned with putting people away then. Doing good police work an attitude that has put many innocent people behind bars on friday. January eighteenth nineteen ninety-one forty one year old. Donald sarpi stepped onto the front steps of his home in lynwood california. His teenage son and a few friends were talking loudly in the front yard and sarpi asked them to quiet down and come inside as he walked outside. A car crept down the street as it past. Someone leaned out the passenger side window and fired a single bullet into sop his chest. The three people in the car yelled gang slogans before peeling out. Donald soppy died in the hospital later that evening. The case was investigated by detective. Craig dietsch a member of the vikings sarpi son and his four friends were questioned about what they had seen but their initial statements were all over the map. The teenagers couldn't agree on the color of the car that drove by calling it tan beige orange. Even black they also weren't sure of how many people were in the car. Two maybe three. They were certain that the shooter had been mexican and male but that was about it the only teen who could ide- the shooter was scott turner though the way he arrived at his conclusion is suspect. According to china detective had shown him a binder full of photos called a photographic lineup turned. It was asked to..

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KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

04:10 min | 11 months ago

"la county" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Locally in LA county now if you go to a central business got to wear a face covering this is not a blanket order that requires people to wear face coverings the minute they walk outside but the LA county order does say you have to have one on if you go into a grocery store or any other essential business and it takes effect today I saw people inside a Ralph's market not wearing masks they may not know the orders now in fact LA county supervisor Kathryn Barger we are in fact really making a dent in terms of slowing the spread of this horrible horrible horrible parish and I'm hoping that this is just one more thing that we are asking people to be able to get a scoreboard recovery in fact one shopper coming out of the grocery store said he feels asking people to wear masks is asking very little during this pandemic and I think it's a small price to pay if it's a little bit of inconvenience the LA county order stop short of what's being done in Beverly hills where residents must wear face coverings when they simply step outside their homes in marina del Rey John Baird KNX ten seventy newsradio eight thirty one the temporary emergency ordinance adopted by the supervisors provides protection for the grocery drugstore in the food delivery workers along with requiring employers at their expense to provide employees with face coverings gloves or hand sanitizer it also mandates allowing workers to wash their hands every thirty minutes supervisor mark Ridley Thomas be on all of their premises and we believe this to be very very important to protect both consumers as well as the workers can't defend with United food and commercial workers local seven seventy is thankful that the county has come out to protect their members and she feels like testing is the next step you know I think we're talking about people who are working and they basically don't want state but the open to the public right now I think there should be more focus put on check in for those folks under the ordinance of food delivery businesses have to require their workers to wash or sanitize their hands prior to handling any food for delivery it also prohibits employers from retaliating against workers for exercising their rights Margaret Carrero can extend seventy newsradio LA's top job watchers are talking about corona virus related consequences they are seeing in the local business community southern California job losses seventy percent of them right now or in hair salons barbershops personal care businesses also restaurant workers are being hammered by the corona virus shut down and by may Los Angeles Long Beach Anaheim there's the projection the job losses will hit one point seven million we know that over one point two million and Michelin employment claims have been filed in California over the last two weeks in March a lot of unknowns right now that Shannon said you were talking about them she's director of the L. A. economic development corporation how large is ultimately effectively the stimulus how many businesses will go under she says almost impossible to project what's ahead for business largely because the safer at home order it's in place till may fifteenth for now but many expect it will be extended Craig figure can extend seventy newsradio eight thirty three days so Walt what will life be like in schools in this post coronavirus world when we get there here's our run to condone discussions are underway about life will be like after safe at home rules are lifted and you could go out in the streets and trying to get your life back to normal caprice young is a former LA school board member and looks at what life on campus could be like one schools open their doors what we're preparing for is at least a year of needing to be able to be remote sometimes and in person at other times because we just don't know when they're going to be hot spots with current of Irish and we have a responsibility to make sure that learning is happening no matter where students are so that they're at home they're learning if they're at school they're learning young says social distancing could result in smaller class sizes and even staggered times for classes masks and gloves could also be used now back to you hello can you share of Alex Vienna wave.

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"la county" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"la county" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"The first hotel in LA county to be used as a quarantine center for people who tested positive for corona virus or been exposed to others you've gotten sick health experts will determine who to send to the Sheraton Fairplex after that plan kicks off on Monday but they'll generally be people who don't need serious medical attention and aren't able to isolate themselves of their own homes Fairplex CEO Miguel Santana tells CBS two there's no need for anybody who lives nearby to be worried about the set up this is all going to be maintained by trained professionals are to make sure that not only are the gas safe but the community is also safe for people who get quarantine at the hotel will also be provided with meals laundry service and basic medical care for as long as they have to stay it's called quarantine shaming and it's big right now on social media some are calling it a new type of social only thing and it's spreading almost as fast as the virus itself quarantine shaming calling people out for leaving their home for daily activities or simply not abiding by social distancing rules this isn't necessarily a new phenomenon where we see people doing something that others disagree welcome or have a problem with them and take them to task and you know what how the criminal actions on everyone's mind and wanting people to quarantine the of this is trending in being captured in more popular media Jon Patrick allem director of the social media analytics lab at USC he says framing it as shaming has very negative connotations a better way to look at it he says he's targeting people to help curb bad behavior behavior that could put people's lives at risk Chris Stevens can extend seventy newsradio California governor Newsom being asked to put millions of dollars in emergency funds for it in the re opening of the community hospital in Long Beach to treat coronavirus patient the goal is to have it at full capacity sooner than later which would mean a hundred and fifty eight beds much needed ventilators are robust work force and the potential testing site so very necessary as we now viruses spreading very fast in our in our state in our state of California right now we have about twenty four beds for every ten thousand people in in the state we need about eighty percent more state senator Lena Gonzalez says it's important to have the community hospital of Long Beach operating at one hundred percent to care for corona virus patients in the LA region it was set to reopen later this year after being closed in twenty eighteen she says the city of Long Beach put about two hundred and fifty thousand dollars toward it wouldn't work but the license is currently suspended spell between senator Tom amber demi Moore Patrick o'donnell and myself we really urged our California public health departments ensure let's relax and try to lay and it will be fortunately open this weekend she says they're asking the governor for about twenty million dollars in emergency funds Margaret Carrero can extend seventy news radio for fifty five money ports are virtually empty and airfares are sinking to never before seen levels but that's not keeping the ultra wealthy from taking to the skies demand has risen for private jet operators paramount business jets CEO Richard here says aircraft are getting booked in literally minutes he says business is up thirty percent from this time last year at jets that group it's up sixty percent volume for weekend flights between New York and Miami are up five fold for Blade urban air mobility even with fuel prices plummeting private jet fares are holding steady or even rising here says the demand is making it tough to find business jets and in some cases customers must pay to have a plane flown in from a different city to pick them up but experts say those headed to areas they think offer safety are unlikely to find it with confirmed cases of.

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"la county" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"la county" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"So the capacity in LA county has either doubled or tripled forever adds that does not mean everyone who wants a test will get one there's a couple of important reasons that that's a symptomatic people with no known contact are not being tested the first is that if you don't have any symptoms you're least likely to be shedding the virus in a way that actually is going to infect other people she notes testing remains limited the second thing is if you're a symptomatic today and you get tested today and your negative it doesn't really tell you anything about where you'll be tomorrow or the next day or the next day so you could see the slippery slope of like well then should I I tested every day and that's just not feasible or practical public health officials are urging people who are pregnant elderly or have underlying health problems to avoid nonessential travel big event venues and large public gatherings Claudia pesquisar KNX ten seventy newsradio rotavirus concerns are even impacting that staple of Las Vegas cuisine the hotel buffet but on the popular vote saying Glendale there's lots of food and no fear MGM resorts international just announced would be closing their buffets at the aria Bellagio MGM grand Mandalay bay the Mirage Luxor and Excalibur due to concerns about the corona virus outbreak and in the interests of their employees and customer safety but of the Vegas seafood buffet in Glendale which seats about three hundred people manager said they've noticed no concerns on the part of customers and will continue to serve fresh food to patrons like Bob when asked if he was worried about any possible health risk you should know not more than usual if I see someone coughing I'm not freaking out and want to kill them or anything just wash your hands and I keep yourself he said he'd like to stay longer to talk but he had to go his girlfriend was waiting and he was hungry in Glendale P. Dimitry okay and extend seventy newsradio one of the Rivera check your money stocks rally to recover more than half of yesterday's massive route after president trump indicated he wants to cut payroll taxes through the November election to counter the economic fallout from the corona virus the Dow closed up eleven hundred and sixty seven points or four point eight percent the nasdaq and the S. and P. both gained nearly five percent besides the payroll tax cut lawmakers on Capitol Hill are also looking at federal bailouts but the shale drilling industry and for travel and hospitality companies including airlines oil prices recovered ten percent of their Monday plunge of twenty five percent after a report that the Russian energy minister is willing to go back to the bargaining table Saudi Arabia though is flooding the market with oil Google says it's scrubbing misinformation about the corona virus from its search engine and pulling misleading video from YouTube we check your money at twenty and fifty after each hour time Bloomberg's model they are off from the HMS capital money desk KNX ten seventy newsradio NBA star winds banks.

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"la county" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"la county" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"The LA county department of public health lays out what it's doing to try to prevent the spread of the new corona virus first spotted in China well the respiratory illness has killed hundreds of people and sickened thousands more mostly in China there's been only one confirmed case in the county and that person had recently traveled to Wuhan China the epicenter of the outbreak the department says it's helping federal officials with the safe transport of travelers coming to LA acts from China who need to be quarantined they'll be isolated at the airport and then taken to March air reserve base in riverside county for monitoring the department is also establishing protocols for anyone who needs to be monitored at home the risk here is low Dr mun two Davis county health officer will not say how many people the department may have under observation before being observed mean preparing their place doing one thing you do away from others so really knowing those numbers on second serve anything concrete combines the terms of public information around find additional cases of the eleven confirms corona virus cases in the US six are in California including the one in LA county and another one in Orange County click to get this guitar KNX ten seventy newsradio San Diego man is awaiting word on when his wife and two young children will be returning to the US from Wuhan China they were visiting family when the corona virus broke out and they been trapped in an apartment for more than a month can Burnett tells KFMB TV in San Diego he's received word from the state department that his family would get seats on an evacuation flight but it's not clear when he's hoping he can help them during that time period when their quarantine but knows it's unlikely I know it's like really not possible but it would be nice if I just went in there with them from the beginnings so we all serve the two weeks together and I can help out see the kids marine corps air station Miramar and three other military bases nationwide have been chosen to house a thousand people who may require quarantine following overseas travel in China apple says is temporarily closing its forty two stores in mainland China one of its largest markets out of an abundance of caution because of the virus outbreak it comes as experts warn of a big economic impact on the US doctor sung woo song is a professor of economics at Loyola Marymount today our economy will not function very well of without supplies from China at the moment I guess we don't have any serious problems but if this does go on that I think that that could create bottlenecks in the supply chain he says China has become a much bigger player on the financial world stage since the last major disease outbreak that involves sars in two thousand two coming up we're gonna check in at least hours and is now a page from the diary of flow dear diary there's something about protecting people's homes to progressive that inspires me because I just had an idea for a book well it was originally an idea for a movie based on a play inspired by a podcast but the idea.

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790 KABC

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"la county" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Gallon of gas in the LA county has reached its lowest mark since August it now sits at three sixty one a gallon that's nearly twenty three cents higher than it was a year ago but it is about fifty cents lower than it was a couple months ago the California DMV will make issuing real ID cards its biggest priority in the new year a total of seven million people have been given the cards rather have been given out since the program launched in January of last year more than twenty one million people in the state are still eligible and the DMB expects half of them to come in before the October first deadline national association of realtors is reporting a rise of pending home sales sales rose one point two percent based on contracts that were signed in November pending home sales are up seven point four percent over the last year the box office star wars the rise of sky Walker dominated and it brought in another seventy two million dollars in ticket sales and now he's earned seven hundred twenty five million dollars worldwide since its release checking seven ninety KABC sports the rounds played their final game at the Los Angeles memorial Coliseum yesterday they went out with a win beating the Arizona Cardinals thirty one to twenty four next season they will play at the swanky new so fi stadium which is in its final construction stages near Hollywood park maybe you've seen it the charges will play there as well next season but they ended their season in Kansas city yesterday with a lost thirty one twenty one in NBA action the Lakers beat the Dallas Mavericks one oh eight ninety five the clippers play Sacramento to Morrow hockey the ducks fell in overtime last night to Philly the kings take their shot of the flyers tomorrow night at staples center thats more to the new home of the U. S. C. Trojans ABC so tell whether a few more clouds creeping into late this afternoon with temperatures headed for a low right around forty two degrees tomorrow expect sunny skies with highs in the upper sixties right now it's fifty six degrees in Sherman oaks sixty two in Cyprus Whittier is sixty two degrees here seven eighty KBC HD now at ninety five point five FM HD two booming on seven ninety AM and to download the to the in app so you can take a BC with you wherever you go I'm still Hewlett K. A. B. C. news now let's get an update on traffic with rocks ABC has dependable traffic right now northbound side of the fight your way thank you to hear in a way that you might have to go back to up to the stands out that Colorado north bound by that the fourteen big where did lanes here and that has traffic relate to the four oh five south what I wanted all the Lotto style number two lane that backing up to western eastbound at a greater the big break in the four right lane here and that backing up through the back roads six oh five thousand to sixty the disabled big break in the right lane backing up to the ten north fifty five force another crash in the left lane that backing up to the four oh five six reported three twenty four hi Marty Kramer A. M. seven ninety gave you think shark bites with Clark the shark Hey it's Randy and I'm sitting here with my buddy Clark fielding a fielding law and look at this Clark the holiday season is already upon us and we know what that means traffic is about to get even crazier out there the sad truth is during the holiday season there's an increase in accidents you have distracted drivers on their cell phones you have drivers who are driving under the influence you have driver's doing the last minute shopping on Amazon you do and so what you should do is you should put my phone number in your cell phone I should be the first person you call after an accident that.

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