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"la county" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

04:26 min | 14 hrs ago

"la county" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

"They came at your request, but then as the months passed, law enforcement, all of a sudden, weren't as nice anymore. I never envisioned becoming a cycling advocate or an educator by any means. I had friends around me that helped me accomplish that. The group grew from 8 people to over 400 people as I was exploring the community and seeing things. I also came across a lot of discrepancies on how bicyclists got treated. Most of the group from the eastside bike club were Latino. There's been instances where we've got stopped in San Marino, south Pasadena, Alhambra, temple city, Monrovia, on and on and on. And I really seen some bad incidents that frustrated me so much and I said, how could this be happening? And that's when I started talking to politicians, started showing up at city hall, started going to police stations and talking to watch commanders, lieutenants, captains, because of all the problems they were having regarding cyclists and law enforcement. And the lawsuits that were going on, they decided to create LAPD bike task force, and I was one of 9 civilians that was invited to be part of this core group. What year was that? That was in 2009, chief branton tried to establish us as a liaison between the LAPD and the cyclist because of LAPD would come on, what they were trying definitely wasn't working that was just ending up with a lot of lawsuits. That was back then. Now we're in 2021 and my LA times colleagues do this big investigation. Delhi county sheriff's deputies, not LAPD. That's a whole other department, the deputies are stopping and searching Latino cyclists at disproportionately higher rates. How did you another cyclist feel hearing about that news? We were so disappointed, you know, I reflect back. I just got it's over ten years. And it still happening. We have gained some progress, but there's still a lot more to go. I did read the report on the LA times and I honestly found it to be pretty accurate on the discrimination because we've experienced I've seen it with my own eyes with members of our group. So how does this harassment stop? Collaboration, getting people that are an opposite ends of the fans to come in and start dialog. And trust me, it's not easy for a civilian such as I to tell law enforcement how to do their job. They don't want to hear it. They are the officials. They're the ones that know the law. They're the ones who cite you for it. But in many instances, we've seen that the police officers within the same agency and within the same division, they would interpret the law in different ways. So a bunch of us got together. There's activists named Stephen Bach. He actually created the cycling Bill of rights and it was introduced into city hall. The cycling Bill of rights was something really big that changed the landscape. Carlos, thank you so much for this interview. Thank you. And that's it for this episode of the times. Daily news from the LA times. Tomorrow, we talk about a new program that lets incarcerated people earn bachelor's degrees through the Cal state system. Our show is produced by Shannon lyn Denise Cara and Melissa Kaplan. Our engineers Mario Diaz are editors are Shawnee Hilton and Lauren rab in our theme music is by Andrew Ethan. Like what you're listening to, then make sure to follow the times on whatever platform you use. Don't make us tap your podcasts. I'm Gustavo. We'll be back tomorrow with all the news in this moderate. I'm Jones at black. Grant nation's candidate for president in 1992. That's right. We're gonna put her drag queen in The White House. And a lot of people were shaking their hands. They should be shaking their heads at George Bush being the president of America and not doing a damn thing about aids or healthcare. From executive producer, Lena Waithe, LA times studios presents the short documentary the beauty president. Watch exclusively at LA times dot com slash beauty.

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Fresh update on "la county" discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

01:28 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "la county" discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

"They came at your request, but then as the months passed, law enforcement, all of a sudden, weren't as nice anymore. I never envisioned becoming a cycling advocate or an educator by any means. I had friends around me that helped me accomplish that. The group grew from 8 people to over 400 people as I was exploring the community and seeing things. I also came across a lot of discrepancies on how bicyclists got treated. Most of the group from the eastside bike club were Latino. There's been instances where we've got stopped in San Marino, south Pasadena, Alhambra, temple city, Monrovia, on and on and on. And I really seen some bad incidents that frustrated me so much and I said, how could this be happening? And that's when I started talking to politicians, started showing up at city hall, started going to police stations and talking to watch commanders, lieutenants, captains, because of all the problems they were having regarding cyclists and law enforcement. And the lawsuits that were going on, they decided to create LAPD bike task force, and I was one of 9 civilians that was invited to be part of this core group. What year was that? That was in 2009, chief branton tried to establish us as a liaison between the LAPD and the cyclist because of LAPD would come on, what they were trying definitely wasn't working that was just ending up with a lot of lawsuits. That was back then. Now we're in 2021 and my LA times colleagues do this big investigation. Delhi county sheriff's deputies, not LAPD. That's a whole other department, the deputies are stopping and searching Latino cyclists at disproportionately higher rates. How did you another cyclist feel hearing about that news? We were so disappointed, you know, I reflect back. I just got it's over ten years. And it still happening. We have gained some progress, but there's still a lot more to go. I did read the report on the LA times and I honestly found it to be pretty accurate on the discrimination because we've experienced I've seen it with my own eyes with members of our group. So how does this harassment stop? Collaboration, getting people that are an opposite ends of the fans to come in and start dialog. And trust me, it's not easy for a civilian such as I to tell law enforcement how to do their job. They don't want to hear it. They are the officials. They're the ones that know the law. They're the ones who cite you for it. But in many instances, we've seen that the police officers within the same agency and within the same division, they would interpret the law in different ways. So a bunch of us got together. There's activists named Stephen Bach. He actually created the cycling Bill of rights and it was introduced into city hall. The cycling Bill of rights was something really big that changed the landscape. Carlos, thank you so much for this interview. Thank you. And that's it for this episode of the times. Daily news from the LA times. Tomorrow, we talk about a new program that lets incarcerated people earn bachelor's degrees through the Cal state system. Our show is produced by Shannon lyn Denise Cara and Melissa Kaplan. Our engineers Mario Diaz are editors are Shawnee Hilton and Lauren rab in our theme music is by Andrew Ethan. Like what you're listening to, then make sure to follow the times on whatever platform you use. Don't make us tap your podcasts. I'm Gustavo. We'll be back tomorrow with all the news in this moderate. I'm Jones at black. Grant nation's candidate for president in 1992. That's right. We're gonna put her drag queen in The White House. And a lot of people were shaking their hands. They should be shaking their heads at George Bush being the president of America and not doing a damn thing about aids or healthcare. From executive producer, Lena Waithe, LA times studios presents the short documentary the beauty president. Watch exclusively at LA times dot com slash beauty.

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"la county" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

01:40 min | 15 hrs ago

"la county" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

"Carlos Morales is the founder of east side bike club in Los Angeles, a group dedicated to empowering Latino cyclists and giving them a presence in the city and county. He also owns Stan's bike shop in a zuza, California. So if you hear any clanging in the background, it's because people are working on bikes. Carlos, welcome to the times. Thank you very much. Your life is bikes, all bikes. So how do you get into this life and how did it lead to you creating the side bike club? Back in 2008, the doctors, Carlos, your morbid obese, at the time, I wait 400 pounds. The doctors words were saying part of if you don't lose weight now, you know a lot of people and those people are gonna be at your funeral. And that's when it really hit hard and then I started to get on a bike in northeast Los Angeles. And I asked my Friends that I need your help to ride and my initial ride started with by officers back in 2008. Streets and cities in general. They're not designed with cyclists in mind. So that's why a lot of times cyclists will be stopped for supposedly an infraction, whatever, and they don't even know that they're in fraction on anything, you know. So what is it like to navigate that area northeast LA LA county on a bicycle? What are the bigger issues? Well, actually, the issues are many dealing with motorists first of all opening the doors on you, giving you what's called a right hook or a left hook where you're coming down and they cut you off at a driveway or what have you. Another issue is education. The motorist, the cyclists and the pedestrians that we have to live together on the streets of LA, the third element is law enforcement. Carlos, you've talked about how friendly police were with you on the east side bike clubs and I go run..

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Fresh update on "la county" discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

00:37 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "la county" discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

"Carlos Morales is the founder of east side bike club in Los Angeles, a group dedicated to empowering Latino cyclists and giving them a presence in the city and county. He also owns Stan's bike shop in a zuza, California. So if you hear any clanging in the background, it's because people are working on bikes. Carlos, welcome to the times. Thank you very much. Your life is bikes, all bikes. So how do you get into this life and how did it lead to you creating the side bike club? Back in 2008, the doctors, Carlos, your morbid obese, at the time, I wait 400 pounds. The doctors words were saying part of if you don't lose weight now, you know a lot of people and those people are gonna be at your funeral. And that's when it really hit hard and then I started to get on a bike in northeast Los Angeles. And I asked my Friends that I need your help to ride and my initial ride started with by officers back in 2008. Streets and cities in general. They're not designed with cyclists in mind. So that's why a lot of times cyclists will be stopped for supposedly an infraction, whatever, and they don't even know that they're in fraction on anything, you know. So what is it like to navigate that area northeast LA LA county on a bicycle? What are the bigger issues? Well, actually, the issues are many dealing with motorists first of all opening the doors on you, giving you what's called a right hook or a left hook where you're coming down and they cut you off at a driveway or what have you. Another issue is education. The motorist, the cyclists and the pedestrians that we have to live together on the streets of LA, the third element is law enforcement. Carlos, you've talked about how friendly police were with you on the east side bike clubs and I go run..

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"la county" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

02:29 min | 15 hrs ago

"la county" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

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"la county" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

05:40 min | 15 hrs ago

"la county" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

"And searched? Sure. One person we talked to Gabriella desma in east LA, you know, has been stopped and searched multiple times over the years. And, you know, he's a longtime resident of East Los Angeles. It is a very down to earth, friendly person. He grew up poor. He never got a driver's license. He never learned how to drive. He's now and I think his late 40s. He rides his bike everywhere he rides his bike to work. He rises by for recreation. And I met him on an afternoon on Whittier boulevard. He's biking on the sidewalk. I stopped to talk to him. First of all, doesn't feel safe writing on Whittier boulevard. He's a very busy street. Very busy. There's no bike lanes. It's busier in the week. It's incredibly busy on the weekends, especially Sundays when there's a lot of crews and going on. So he's riding on the sidewalks who doesn't feel safe and I wouldn't either, and I'm a cyclist. So we start talking and he's been stopped in these deputies sort of asking these questions when he's writing his bike like, why are you writing a bike? You know, why don't you have a car? Like immediately suspicious, the fact that he's riding a bike at all and he's a middle aged person in just this sort of attitude of you must be doing something illegal if you're on a bike or near the attitude of you probably have a criminal record. There's probably a reason you're on a bike. You probably lost your license. You know, you're probably on paper. You probably on probation parole, like something's going on with you. And you get stopped repeatedly and searched repeatedly over the years. And what is that going to do to your level of trust with the law enforcement? It's not even implicit bias. It seems. It seems like intentional bias. Very much connected to Southern California car culture, thinking like, well, if you can't drive a car in an obviously something must be sketch about you..

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"la county" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

02:31 min | 15 hrs ago

"la county" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

"We found that a lot of the people we stopped in neighborhoods were riding on the sidewalk, which is actually illegal in an incorporated areas of the county. And so they were stopped for riding on the sidewalk more frequently in areas with few bike lanes. And so many of these neighborhoods are home to predominantly black and Latino, lower income residents and east LA, for example, nearly quarter of bike stops were for sidewalk violations, which was one of the highest rates in the sheriff's jurisdiction. And only 1% of streets in east. So I have bike lanes. So bike lane access and infrastructure is also a really big factor in this. You know, we went to linwood, where there are no bike lanes at all in about 16% of all stops were for sidewalk violations there. So we spent a lot of time talking to people writing their bikes through these neighborhoods. We went to east LA. We went to Norwalk and linwood and willowbrook and some other places and we talked to dozens of writers who said that they'd been stopped. At least once some multiple times. You know, in many of these folks are relying on biking to get to and from work to run errands. You know, a lot of them told us that they couldn't afford to buy a car or some of the other expenses that come along with driving, maybe they had a car, but they didn't want to pay for gas on their daily commutes every day, but this choice, they said was often greeted with suspicion by deputies. So just quick on the geographic disparities. You know, across the LA county across the sheriff's jurisdiction, we found that places like Agora hills, westlake village, Calabasas, palos verdes or rolling hills estates. Richer whiter areas. There were like less than ten bike stops in those places over a period of four plus years. So when you get into enforcement and whether or not the sheriff is doing enforcement, evenly across the county, I think when you look at those numbers and you look at a place like east LA.

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Fresh update on "la county" discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

01:30 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "la county" discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

"We found that a lot of the people we stopped in neighborhoods were riding on the sidewalk, which is actually illegal in an incorporated areas of the county. And so they were stopped for riding on the sidewalk more frequently in areas with few bike lanes. And so many of these neighborhoods are home to predominantly black and Latino, lower income residents and east LA, for example, nearly quarter of bike stops were for sidewalk violations, which was one of the highest rates in the sheriff's jurisdiction. And only 1% of streets in east. So I have bike lanes. So bike lane access and infrastructure is also a really big factor in this. You know, we went to linwood, where there are no bike lanes at all in about 16% of all stops were for sidewalk violations there. So we spent a lot of time talking to people writing their bikes through these neighborhoods. We went to east LA. We went to Norwalk and linwood and willowbrook and some other places and we talked to dozens of writers who said that they'd been stopped. At least once some multiple times. You know, in many of these folks are relying on biking to get to and from work to run errands. You know, a lot of them told us that they couldn't afford to buy a car or some of the other expenses that come along with driving, maybe they had a car, but they didn't want to pay for gas on their daily commutes every day, but this choice, they said was often greeted with suspicion by deputies. So just quick on the geographic disparities. You know, across the LA county across the sheriff's jurisdiction, we found that places like Agora hills, westlake village, Calabasas, palos verdes or rolling hills estates. Richer whiter areas. There were like less than ten bike stops in those places over a period of four plus years. So when you get into enforcement and whether or not the sheriff is doing enforcement, evenly across the county, I think when you look at those numbers and you look at a place like east LA.

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L.a.'s New COVID Vaccination Proof Rules Go in Effect Today

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:57 min | 3 weeks ago

L.a.'s New COVID Vaccination Proof Rules Go in Effect Today

"So today, is it today? I think it is, right? So let me get this straight in Los Angeles. I'm broadcasting from right outside Los Angeles. Glendale, California. Which is its own city, so in Glendale, at this point, do you have to show a vaccination certificate? To get into a restaurant or wait so long that is a hair salons, nail salons, the like, that's LA county, correct? And that I believe does begin today. No, no, LA county. I think so. I think so, 'cause I live in LA county not in LA city and I don't believe I can get a haircut. Where I live. That that's my take a look. So look it up. Ellie county salons. Put that. I think that would probably get it cut it for you. But anyway, in LA, listen to this from the Los Angeles Times, which of course is for anything that the bribes people of freedom except abortion. Is this the beginning of the end Kim prince asked during a recent phone call? We have been in a period of pivot pivot pivot. I just want to fry chicken. A Monday prince who owns hot ville restaurant in the Baldwin hills Crenshaw mall, and all other restaurants in the city of Los Angeles will have to pivot again to comply with a new ordinance that requires customers to show proof of a vaccine, or a negative COVID-19 test. To dine indoors. Enforcement of the ordinance which covers shopping malls, movie theaters, beauty saloons and other indoor activities will start November 29th.

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LA County wants Vanessa Bryant to undergo psychiatric exam

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

LA County wants Vanessa Bryant to undergo psychiatric exam

"Los Angeles county wants Kobe Bryant's widow to undergo a psychiatric examination Vanessa Bryant says she has experienced severe emotional distress that has compounded the trauma of losing her husband and thirteen year old daughter G. on a in a helicopter crash last year she's suing LA county alleging invasion of privacy claiming first responders took and shared graphic photos including one of Kobe Bryant's body from the crash site the county wants Vanessa Bryant or other family members to be evaluated to see if they truly suffered emotional distress besides the Bryant seven others were killed attorneys for the county say they have great sympathy for Kobe Bryant's family but see this case as a money grab I'm a Donahue

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Los Angeles Vaccine Mandate Now in Effect and Jennifer Horn Won't Stand For It

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:33 min | Last month

Los Angeles Vaccine Mandate Now in Effect and Jennifer Horn Won't Stand For It

"Bad. Santa phone welcome back whammo blam oh zab whammo of the blam. Oh how are we doing this fine. What what day is it today. Wednesday wins it's wednesday day. Are we doing well. You know what things are a little tough here in la. I'm fully on strike. I just started my strike about four and a half ago Yeah well the city of los angeles has now voted to make sure that people without vaccine status without you won't be able to go indoors anywhere. Basically without showing papers that means restaurants gyms movie theaters nail salons. And you know how. I like to get my. You're wrong you're wrong. You just have to go to the french laundry exactly now you the french laundry. Easy peasy but this is a pretty in fact a very significant change for la city not to be confused with la county orange county the rest of the state. Some of them are still experiencing little bits of freedom but la city. And that's where. I live in the city of los angeles Says no more. If you don't prove your vaccine status you can't go anywhere. And i gotta tell you says nothing to do with the vaccine. We could argue all day long about whether it's right or wrong vaccinated unvaccinated. If you don't stand up for freedom right now you might as well say goodbye for it. So i am not going to any place starting immediately. That requires me to show them. This is the point. It's a matter of

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Angel Mom Agnes Gibboney Describes Son's Death at the Hands of an Illegal Immigrant

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:47 min | 2 months ago

Angel Mom Agnes Gibboney Describes Son's Death at the Hands of an Illegal Immigrant

"Bless you. Agnes give on you welcome back in studio. Thank you my pleasure so tell us what brought you here. What's the event that's occurring right now. I'm here with fair. they have. they're holding an event. Called few to fire were several injure families angel moms and dads are having interviews to tell their story and as you know dr gorka my son ronald was not the only murder victim. So let's watch hold it up a little bit higher. We've got video feed as well so your here. You are fighting the good fight because of people like ronald desilva. We'll show the other photographs in a moment in a moment. Talked to those who are not familiar with with your story tell. The story of ronald ronald was murdered by previously deported. Criminal illegal alien. Who had a long history of arrests and he was deported and came back to the united states got arrested and the judge did nothing other than sentenced him to three weeks in jail and released him on probation in about a year later he murdered my son he intended to shoot someone else and unfortunately got my son. What happened to this individual. Who killed your son ronald immediately. He fled to mexico and The police found out that his girlfriend was depositing her welfare check at the credit union. In omani where my husband was deputy chief of police and so they would were threatening to take cook children away if she didn't tell him to come back so eventually the second time they went down to pick him up. He turned himself in the second. The second time and was sentenced unfortunately by very liberal judge and la county who pleaded with him to take a plea bargain from first or second degree murder down voluntary

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The History of the Supreme Court Justifies Opinions Against Forced Medicine

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:38 min | 2 months ago

The History of the Supreme Court Justifies Opinions Against Forced Medicine

"Three generations of imbeciles are enough declared the supreme court in buck versus bell decision of nineteen twenty seven. I'm reading from timeline. Dot com quote. It is better for all the world. If instead of waiting to execute degenerate offspring for crime or to let them starve for their imbecilities society can prevent those who are manifestly unfit from continuing their kind. That decision was written by oliver wendell. Holmes and forced sterilization became fully legal in the united states. The case came at the height of popularity for the pseudo sciences of eugenics which maintained that negative character traits like criminality and stupidity or the entirely the product of bad genes. The court decision that set the precedent for intervention on the sterilization of women was the jacobson v massachusetts thankfully. Many decades later there was a lawsuit that included deloris madrigal. Who is the lead plaintiff in the nineteen seventy-eight case which brought suit against la county's usc medical center birds nonconsensual sterilization of mexican american women in the nineteen sixties and seventies. It would make sense. Why certain communities are apprehensive of the government forcibly putting medicine on you.

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LA County Will Require Proof of Vaccination or Negative Test

The Michael Knowles Show

00:25 sec | 2 months ago

LA County Will Require Proof of Vaccination or Negative Test

"La county announced. Yesterday they're going to move forward with a vaccine mandate you're going to need to show proof of vaccination or negative cova test for a ton of events for indoor bars wineries breweries nightclubs and lounges. They'll also require it for big outdoor events like dodgers games. Ram games chargers games this according to the county public health director.

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Hearing From California Recall Election Candidate Kevin Faulconer

John and Ken on Demand

01:53 min | 3 months ago

Hearing From California Recall Election Candidate Kevin Faulconer

"We're going to bring on. Kevin faulkner once again to the john and ken show on your as a possibility to replace gavin newsom as governor in the recall election and apparently he made an appearance in l. a. today to talk about homelessness Cabin on my opinion one of the one of the best candidates. Running here kevin. How are you gentlemen. It's great to be back with you. Thank you so what were you doing today. Well we were out in downtown los angeles talking very strongly and passionately about the need to and tent encampments. Not just an la but across california Just like i did. When i was mayor of of san diego and i i spoke in very direct terms that we have a duty to intervene. But if you're going to allow people to live in a tent on our sidewalks and are freely overpasses and underpasses. They're going to die there. And the fact of the matter. Is that these tendon cabinets have become open their drug markets heroin and methamphetamine. Nobody is helping anybody by allowing that to continue and so i took a very strong position. Just like i've done Is married to get the word out. That folks across california are saying enough is enough and that's not who we are as california so it signed to stand up take very strong delivered action and i said i am going to lead by example is governor just like i did this mayor. We are not going to allow ten on our sidewalks. Yeah i think people should know out of the top candidates in the race. You're the only one who actually has had some significant success in reducing homelessness. They you will. The success happened during the six years. You remember san diego. And i think that really is a good thing to emphasize because that i'm ashok paul this week that ninety three percent of the people in la county say that's by far the most serious issue

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"la county" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

04:19 min | 3 months ago

"la county" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

"Frank carson was a criminal defense attorney who spent years accusing police and prosecutors of corruption. Then they charged him with murder. I'm christopher gothard writer and host of the la times. podcasts dirty. John and detective trap. I'm inviting you to follow and listen to my new podcast. That trials of frank carson. This eight episodes series is a story of power politics and the law. In california's central valley new episodes of the trials of frank carson are available to find them search for the trials of frank carson. Wherever you get your podcasts thank you. Recently you appeared at a venice homeless encampment to say that your department could do a better job. Managing the homeless crisis. How oh well. Obviously by the fact that they're not doing anything to manage the homeless crisis in the city of la. Anything we did would be an improvement on that. In i went there. On june seven on june eighth are homeless our servicing started doing identification in assessments on that strand of the beach bear in the boardwalk and all of the sudden the city had a newfound interest in in getting saint joseph's center. They're getting all these different outreach groups to clean up the boardwalk because had reached a level of crisis level in the city was refusing to do their job so i think now we're in a better position. We need to repeat this process throughout the entire city of la nashes best. I know you're going to be spending the better part of this coming year. Explaining your record in march of twenty twenty one a. Ucla poll found that you're unfavorable rating climbed in the last year from twenty two percent to thirty one percent. Why do you think that is well. You have a political establishment's been devoted to misrepresenting my record for sure i mean. Imagine aboard a supervisor's hiring a law firm to sue me my first month in office. Who in their right mind would ethically ever consider doing something like that. If they had any interest whatsoever in actually engaging productively collaborative with the incoming brand.

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"la county" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

04:04 min | 3 months ago

"la county" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

"An outcome then that is not good. We're going to switch now and talk about the surge in the covert delta variant. La county supervisors Chair hilda so lease issued an order saying that all county employees must get the vaccine including sheriff's deputies. The deputies union has balked the sheriff's deputies vaccination rate is pretty dismal. Where do you stand my position. We want occurs all emplacing. It backs near works. I've been vaccinated. Since roughly january february and we're encouraging everyone vaccinated. Were wearing the masks indoors and all of our facilities now and we're going to hope for the best in i think of between the voluntary vaccination wearing the mass and there's people that are going to ask for exemptions and but me as an employer enforcing the mandate. I don't think it's going gonna work. Do you understand the public concern with an agency that is charged with protecting the public thinking that there is a you know a good chance that someone who you call upon to help you might not be vaccinated and could put your health at risk this very true but we have to also consider their constitutional concerns that need to be addressed and impis or wearing the mask in the field. They're wearing the masks at the businesses. The buildings that iran and we'll make sure they adhere to that in a somewhat is not we wanna know about it for sure as we're enforcing that mass mandate but at the same time we have to protect the constitutional rights of each and every employee and that needs to be resolved. That conflict between the board of supervisors and the unions particularly ads. Voca and sei you. I'm sorry sir. What constitutional right says that you can refuse vaccine while the last time that was a. I believe a smallpox and polio.

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"la county" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

07:21 min | 3 months ago

"la county" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

"Disclosable under the police transparency law and is still waiting for some of those records. We'll have more after this break. So my friends at lemmon other media have a new podcast. I'm excited to tell you about called. I'm sorry i'm sorry is all about apologies. And how they play out. In the court of public opinion it's hosted by comedians muhannad el-sheikhi own lopez and kiki monique each week. This show on facts. The latest and greatest in twitter gaffes petty beef and not so subtle. Schade forgive forget or cancel checkout. I'm sorry to explore the latest. In celebrity apologies help guests in listeners. Get their own redemption and say sorry to stars. Who never got the apology. They deserved hash. Tag free brittany. I'm sorry premieres. August twenty seventh. Wherever you get your podcasts. Frank carson was a criminal defense attorney who spent years accusing police and prosecutors of corruption. Then they charged him with murder. I'm christopher gothard writer and host of the l. a. times podcasts. Dirty john and detective trap. I'm inviting you to follow and listen to my new podcast. That trials of frank carson. This eight episodes series is a story of power politics and the law. In california's central valley new episodes of the trials of frank carson are available to find them search for the trials of frank carson. Wherever you get your podcasts thank you. La county sheriff alexander way but. Do you have any idea how much has been paid out in settlements to families who have been victimized by officers civilian shootings. You'd have to give me a a bracket or a timeframe for that but It's a. I believe over the last ten years i wanna say was about fifty four million but actually the bigger payout in terms liability for that part is always been traffic collisions not shootings since one thousand nine hundred ninety l. a. county has paid out roughly fifty five million dollars in settlements in lawsuits related to the gangs operating within the la county sheriff's department twenty-one million in just the last ten years gangs like the bandidos the reapers the executioners the vikings regulators in twenty nineteen the fbi was investigating whether those deputies were using gang light tactics to recruit young latino deputies and retaliating against them if they rebuffs them you have in the past downplayed the significance of those gangs and at one point called them quote a cultural norm. I will say that you used the term. Gang is a actually. That's fraught with the legal implications at the fast do not support describing them as a gangster very specific definition would again constitutes in a lot of worry about gangs as actually now that the department is majority. Latino led by latino sheriff is taken out a very big racial undertone that they must be gangs because they're latinos. So i'm gonna push back very hard against that description that anymore. Let's call cliques. Let's call them. Cliques okay. I will give him that. Let's call them cliques. Still fifty five million dollars is paid out since nineteen ninety twenty one million in the last ten years and you said you were going to address the problem and i have done exactly that no very first day in office. I removed the campaign of east. La station for his failure to do his job. Addressing these deputy clicks in fact my predecessor did absolutely nothing to aggressively root out the issues of the development these clicks and their hazing things that they've been engaged in misconduct. So we i in office. I took out east. La station captain replaced entire chain of command east la station. Ultimately thirty six people were moved out of the station. We terminated for employees. We suspended of a twenty two employees. We did everything possible on top of that. We created a policy first of his kind on the department. Dip prohibits deputies form these clicks in harming either fellow employees or members of the community in now. We're enforcing that. That was a february twenty twenty. So we're doing everything possible legally to do it. The problem is the political establishment. Specifically the board of supervisors cannot accept the fact. That we are holding deputies accountable. It doesn't so well for them. Well clarify this for me. Then you earn chavez was was put in place to to help make those moves right. Transfer those deputies and he said an interview that thirty-six transfers were voluntary some due to promotions and. he wasn't even sure how many had been aligned with the bandidos click and then the attorney for deputies who alleged they were beaten by bandido affiliated deputies. Say that only six gang members were transferred and the deputies who were accused in that beating incident. We're actually put on paid administrative leave. Is that a hard enough stance. Actually there The the comments of commander job is are not consistent with his actions or statements to our administration because a thirty six number came from him and he was given a specific instructions. What to do when he got east. La carried them out and later on if he wants to revise it that we can control the fact of the matter. Is the four defendants on that lawsuit. Were the ones that were terminated in. That is something that doesn't really fit the false narrative that they're trying to sell so we have to keep that in my relationship with the la county. Board of supervisors has been contentious from the outset. Why real simple. The endorsed my opponent. And they've been leveraging every single county permanent every single action to discredit in de-legitimize the sheriff's department in my my job as sheriff of la county. And it's not gonna work. They sued you after you reinstated. Deputy karen coleman doyen who was fired as most of us know in two thousand sixteen after allegations of domestic abuse and stocking county appeals board did uphold that dismissal you further even said the woman who made the claims and provided. The video was incredible. Do you regret that choice. Was that the hill to die on. Actually when it comes to the fourteenth amendment and due process yes you have to follow the law. You have to follow where the evidence takes you and if the process were manipulated per abused or someone who has what they call them exonerate or exculpatory evidence in that is hidden from the civil service commission that is a very serious activist comic actually rises to the level of criminal conduct and they were okay with that because the end justifying the means in the eyes of the board of supervisors that is not acceptable. You have to be a good employer if you terminate people has to be based on 'cause you have to have the evidence to support it if you manipulate the process for.

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LA County Will Soon Require Municipal Workers To Show Vaccination Proof

Brian Kilmeade

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

LA County Will Soon Require Municipal Workers To Show Vaccination Proof

"U. S. Metropolitan area will soon require municipal workers to show proof of their covid 19 vaccination status. Los Angeles County 891 Covid patients are hospitalized an 8% rise in one day in 33% since last Friday, L. A Mayor Eric Garcetti, announcing the city of Los Angeles will mandate that all city workers show proof they've been Vaccinated or be subjected to once a week covid testing, starting with the requirement that they report their vaccination status. This brings a city in line with what California's mandating of state and healthcare workers like

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Los Angeles Pilots Program to Try 'Colorblind' Foster Care Decisions

The Young Turks

01:41 min | 4 months ago

Los Angeles Pilots Program to Try 'Colorblind' Foster Care Decisions

"Los angeles department of child and family services is launching a pilot program called blind removal. Now this is the government agency that deals with child welfare issues. Dcfs is the government agency that also makes decisions about whether or not a child should be removed from home Based on the safety of that household. Now i i wanna tell you more about this blind removal pilot program because what it has to do with is the overrepresentation of children of color within the foster care system meaning the children who are typically removed from these households happen to have parents who are black or latino and it looks as though there might be issues with some implicit bias in the decisions that are made so blind. Removal is Meant to take the race component out of it as social workers are deliberating in regard to whether or not they remove a child from a home. So i wanna tell you how the numbers look right now so you can understand why this is a problem. So for instance. Seven percent of children in los angeles county are black while twenty four percent of those removed from their homes from last april to this march were black according to the la county department of children and family services. Twenty percent of children in the county are white with twelve percent of those removed. So as you can see there's an overrepresentation of black children. Being taken out of their household moved out of their households now. Three quarters of children removed from their homes in la. Two thousand twenty. Where either black. Or latino

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Los Angeles Hopes New Mask Mandate Will Reverse Virus Spike

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

02:10 min | 4 months ago

Los Angeles Hopes New Mask Mandate Will Reverse Virus Spike

"We come on the air this morning. Residents of the nation's most populous county are waking up to a new. But all too familiar reality and indoor mask mandate despite all the progress we've made it's a reminder that our national fight against covert is far from over as the highly contagious delta variants sweeps. The country cases are rising nearly all fifty states. The country's daily case average has now searched by more than sixty percent in the last week to more than twenty seven thousand cases. That's a whopping one hundred forty. Three percent increase over the past. Four weeks fueling the surge unvaccinated americans who make more than ninety seven percent of hospitalized covert patients the administration now targeting misinformation to overcome vaccine hesitancy. But can they actually change any minds and could we see more major cities across america. Reinstitute their mask recommendations. Dr vivek murthy is standing by with more. But we begin with kaley hearten in la county inside the providence saint joseph medical center. Good morning to you kayleigh. Good morning martha just a few weeks ago. This hospital system in southern california was treating just thirty. kobe patients. That number has jumped two hundred and thirty and almost all of them or unvaccinated. This is an all hands on deck moment. As one local officials said as the situation continues to get worse in california for the past week in los angeles county more than one thousand new cases were reported every day and that number was closer to two thousand on friday and saturday for perspective a month ago. The county was averaging two hundred new cases every day. We've been on something of a roller coaster here with the numbers in check a month ago. La county lifted virtually all restrictions with capacity limits and social distancing bars and restaurants. They have been packed with massless people but now a sharp reversal bringing back. The mask mandate for inside public places. Regardless of your vaccination status and ten counties in california are also following suit with their own guidance.

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L.A. County Sheriff Declines to Enforce New Mask Mandate

Radio Yesteryear

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

L.A. County Sheriff Declines to Enforce New Mask Mandate

"Enforce the reinstated into her mask mandate because it contradicts guidelines from the CDC. Meanwhile, Long Beach resident Russell Johnson, who is unvaccinated says he doesn't understand how we got here. And the new mask mandate is irritating. I think the master like I think they're necessary, but they kind of like ruins the final little bit like I thought. After like, at least a year that we'd be out of the situation in my just pass. Pass it a little bit like moving forward. But obviously that's not the case. Several of the Texas Democrats who fled the state

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LA County Has 5th Straight Day of 1,000 Cases

AP News Radio

01:05 min | 4 months ago

LA County Has 5th Straight Day of 1,000 Cases

"With Kobe cases back on the rise in the United States there are warnings against older people attending large indoor activities and a new push to get people vaccinated that's pop star and actress Olivia Rodrigo singing about happy and healthy the eighteen year old will join forces today with president Biden and infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci to record videos to encourage young people to get vaccinated on the other side of the age spectrum health officials in Mississippi are recommending people sixty five and older avoid large indoor gatherings in a state where just thirty one percent are fully vaccinated Dr David Doughty at Johns Hopkins University says it's time to talk about you know re implementing some measures to to start the spread and Chicago Friday will restrict travelers from Missouri and Arkansas because of spiking coded cases in those two states I'm Jackie Quinn

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LA County Urges Indoor Masks Even if Vaccinated

This Morning - America's First News with Gordon Deal

00:32 sec | 5 months ago

LA County Urges Indoor Masks Even if Vaccinated

"la county" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

L.A. Times Morning Briefing

03:38 min | 5 months ago

"la county" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

"Is the l. a. times it's wednesday. June twenty third. Here's today's news. It will be sunny with occasional clouds and a high of eighty degrees with a low of sixty three in the evening. There is a beach hazard warning in place from tuesday at six pm through twelve. Am friday fearing a potential tsunami of addictions. The la county board of supervisors voted yesterday to extend eviction moratorium through the end of september the moratorium bars landlords in the county from evicting tenants who cannot pay their rent because of financial burdens related to the pandemic the boards motion extends protections to commercial evictions in addition to residential governor. Newsom is expected to announce agreement this week with legislative leaders to extend the state's eviction moratorium. it expires. June thirtieth county officials said they could not wait for the state to act. la mayor. eric. Garcetti top aide on a guerrero is on administrative leave after she disparaged labor icon dealers weta in facebook comments reviewed by the times in referring to where to in a private facebook group from two thousand sixteen and two thousand seventeen guerrero posted. I hate her and used a spanish term. That translates to jealous old lady. Garcetti says he asked his chief of staff to step away from her office duties. The mayor spokesman says guerrero will go without pay for a month in a statement. Guerrero apologized saying her. Comments were offensive and wrong. The ninety one year old wear to a co founder with cesar chavez of the united farm workers says she never takes such comments personally. Los angeles city councilman. Mike von promised yesterday that the city would clear all homeless camps from the venice boardwalk by early august. Bonnin said that housing and services will be offered. Starting monday to relocate up to two hundred people humanely without threats of arrest or incarceration. Bonding did not say where the housing would be but said his office had identified options including project home key hotels purchased by the city or county for homeless housing other options include shared housing and permanent vouchers. The los angeles city council is lady to vote today on emotion that would set aside five million dollars to fund the work corona virus case rates are improving at a slower pace for black and latino residents of l. a. county than for white and asian american residents when calculated over a two week period corona virus case rates for black residents dropped by thirteen percent over the past month and twenty two percent for latino residents in comparison. They fell by thirty three percent. For white and forty five percent for asian american residents. Black residents are testing positive for the corona virus and being hospitalized for covid nineteen at more than twice the rate of white residents. The numbers are sobering sign of the unequal health outcomes of the pandemic southern california home prices hit another all time high in may though some data is starting to point to a potential slowdown in demand. The region's median sales price. Rose nearly twenty five percent from may twenty twenty two a record six hundred sixty seven thousand dollars last month. That's according to data released yesterday by data firm. D q news. The number of investor sales is also on the rise as individuals and companies look to acquire single family houses to rent or renovate however real estate brokerage red fins index of national home buyer. Demand has fallen. Nearly fifteen percent from a peak in april an economist with red fin said the apparent slowdown is slight and might mean buyers will just have an easier time. Getting there offers accepted for these stories and more visit. La times dot com..

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The 'Delta' COVID-19 Variant Is a Growing Concern in L.A. County

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:26 sec | 5 months ago

The 'Delta' COVID-19 Variant Is a Growing Concern in L.A. County

"County health officials say they're recording increasing numbers of Covid 19, known as the Delta variant. The variant was first identified in India and has since spread to Europe and the United States in L. A county. Most of the 64 cases reported in recent weeks have been of the delta variant. Scientists say the delta variant is more highly transmissible than other versions of the virus, but that the latest vaccines are still highly effective against them.

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LA County DA Gascón Recall Effort Begins Public Circulation

The John Phillips Show

00:29 sec | 6 months ago

LA County DA Gascón Recall Effort Begins Public Circulation

"District Attorney George Gascon on Saturday signature gatherers, maintaining that Gascon is soft on crime. Gathered in front of a school across from his home and the Naples area of Long Beach. It was not clear if Gascon was home At the time we call organizers say they have until October, 27th. To gather 580,000 qualified signatures They had that they'll try to collect 750,000 to 800,010 Jeffries K ABC News A motorcycle ist is

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Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Has a Gang Problem

Chapo Trap House

02:07 min | 7 months ago

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Has a Gang Problem

"Castle. Welcome to the show. So you're the you're the author of a fifteen part series That's currently on a knock. La documenting basically a fifty year. History of violence As it pertains to a series of gangs that operate within the la county sheriff's department that are comprised of la sheriff's county deputies Just like it's hard to draw. The conclusion suggested by this investigative series. Is that the most vicious and dangerous gangs in los angeles are have badges and operate as a gang a metaphorical sense but like literally by california criminal. Code is a gang every sense of the word. Yeah one hundred percent. I mean you you say at the top in in your pieces like the headline you you you list. The section of the california penal code that pertains to what like how how to determine whether an organization is a criminal gang and according to the penal code. It has to have three more people that one have a common name or identifying signs. Simple has is one of its primary activities. The commission of one of a long list of california criminal offenses and three whose members have engaged in a pattern of criminal gang activity. Either alone or together. How does that fit the gangs that you started your investigating in this series. Yeah well. I opened the series with The definition of the california penal code Really intentionally because you know these. Deputy gangs really aren't any different than criminal street gangs. The only difference is that you know they are able to operate with a badge and impunity. I think it is unfortunate and irresponsible that our judicial system has not categorize these deputy gangs of such If you look in local media the sparse coverage that has been on these deputy gangs. There's a lot of hesitation to use the word gang in this case I was very intentional with using that word. Because you know these are gangs and we need to call them what they are.

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Los Angeles Detectives Say Cause Of Car Crash Determined

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

00:20 sec | 8 months ago

Los Angeles Detectives Say Cause Of Car Crash Determined

"There's some new news with tiger woods. Detectives say they have determined the cause of tiger woods car crash but they're not going to release the information due to privacy concerns. La county sheriff. Alex villanueva told reporters that the investigation is now closed and they needed tigers permission before releasing information about the crash

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Massive LA County to expand capacity indoors, reopen bars

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 8 months ago

Massive LA County to expand capacity indoors, reopen bars

"Next week Los Angeles county will be able to lift more of its corona virus restrictions county health officials are urging that people remain vigilant and wear masks but with the rate of new Kopet cases on the decline on Monday April fifth Los Angeles county can re open more businesses including outdoor bars that don't serve food while expanding how many people can dine indoors or catch a movie neighboring Orange County this week is allowing fifty percent capacity at restaurants theaters and churches and bowling alleys and card rooms can have indoor customers at twenty five percent capacity I'm Jackie Quinn

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"la county" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"la county" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"LA county department of public health Bob and then you check this new vibe all right here from Rotimi and while a it's called in my bed in a room with the west I was let me right before my signature that's why it's only you know about different you need come get vitamin D. I don't know if you can I may also on tap into the new way to weekday afternoons at two o'clock and then we got the new at night every night at midnight yeah none of them to give it don't wanna give it don't.

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"la county" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"la county" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"The LA county department of public health yeah yeah right the one right right today our goal J. you must talk about exists for me so just what you do okay is going to the mall either way you need to go the media is going to be the end of my either way right some days a week no it the model it's going to it's going to be this call and so what do you know what's they asked me how I know they we'll make it right this is going to be here tomorrow is going to be in the clothes is going down either way the media this I had to go with me playing it's still No shoes yeah morning six to twelve on power one oh six working on a weekend like usual sales in indie band like usual sway passed as they do in two months I haven't done my taxes on to.

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"la county" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"la county" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"More people in LA county have died from cold at nineteen the death toll now stands at one thousand fifty six today were reporting one thousand five hundred and forty one new cases the large number of cases is primarily due to an increased and testing county health director Dr Barbara Ferrer says that brings the total number of positive lab confirmed cases to twenty two thousand four hundred eighty five Ferrer says ninety two percent of all deaths were people with underlying health conditions and forty six percent of those who passed away lived or worked in a nursing home Steve Gregory king a fine news support body by my diamond the smell good plumber almost half of the inmates at terminal island prison have tested positive for coke at nineteen two inmates have died more than four hundred forty inmates and ten staff members have tested positive for the virus the government has a responsibility to protect people in its care including inmates congresswoman the net bar gone represent San Pedro with the minimum security prison is located being incarcerated at terminal island should not be a death sentence the federal bureau of prisons says staff and inmate safety is a priority the agency says it's ramped up testing built temporary barracks on the prison yard and converting to other areas in the makeshift housing to make more social distancing room in LA Corbin Carson KFI news many former empty nesters may not be so lonely anymore during this pandemic the LA times reports in the last month young people in cities across the country have contemplated moving back home to live with their parents or extended family many are returning to their childhood homes and setting up workstations in the dining rooms where they have food and support the trade off is living in a home where siblings are sleeping nearby in families must figure out who will do a video conference from which room the report says it's not clear how long those who have moved back home plan to stay there Deborah mark KFI news scientists and U. S. government health experts say an experimental drug has proved effective against covert nineteen and a major study when does the beer has been used in the past a tree a bola and has been working against covert nineteen shows that run the city has a clear cut significant positive effect in diminishing the time to recovery this is really quite important for a number of reasons Dr Anthony Fauci with the National Institute of health says the drug reduced the recovery time by thirty one percent eleven days on average versus fifteen he also says there was a trend toward fewer deaths among those on room disappear and Portland is pushing P. P. ease and pasties during the pandemic the lucky devil lounge in southeast Portland has two options for people who are still looking to get their fix of naked lady dancing Portland has the most strip clubs per capita in the nation but they've all been closed since March sixteenth the owner of lucky devils been offering the drive thru pole dance show for carry out orders and food deliveries by dancers the ladies all wear sequined masks and gloves and not much else the drive thru was basically attempt to go through with the ladies use long plastic grabbers to give prizes including samples from a local cannabis dispensary and rolls of toilet paper Michael crozier KFI news for a map of all the court cases in southern California you can check out our website at KFI am six forty dot com keyword corona virus let's.

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"la county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"la county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And bicyclists and LA county has extended the stay at home order to may fifteenth five forty seven what we're learning a lot of new terms and some new language during this covert nineteen crisis that you know whites the novel coronavirus and so forth and we're hearing a lot about herd immunity and anti body studies so let's go in depth on this right now Alex donor ABC news correspondent is talking about what may be the Stanford researchers that we've been hearing about with that antibody steady Alex well yeah Kitty earlier this week we're talking about what they were doing with the antibodies and now they're going a little bit deeper with that that they want to know why New York which has half the population the California does New York has fourteen times the number of deaths from corona virus and the researchers at Stanford they have a theory and they're going to use the antibody testing to try to figure this out they want to know if you're in California you Kobe nineteen actually arrived from China last fall that the doctors here were reporting real a bad early flu season in the fall they wanted all that was actually called in nineteen if you were I had it and thought we only had a cold or flu Victor Davis Hanson is that if there ever is a Hoover institute and he says this there is a real possibility they're they're what people actually had in the fall was cold at nineteen something is going on but we haven't quite found out yeah he's he wants to know we are what we had was corona virus and it may be now we have a form of herd immunity because many of us already had a great night you're not the kind of California population was under close in you know that they're coming into to herd immunity that that mass numbers and add something and then in mass they become immune we asked the doctor Andrew November at the university of California Irvine to explain herd immunity and how work herd immunity is the concept that once a certain proportion of the population is immune the virus has a really hard time bouncing from person to person and so what we want to get to you eventually is a situation where most people are immune and then the epidemic will die out so do we have heard immunity I mean have we been staying indoors this entire time and we find out most of us have been immune to it already anyway they don't know they don't even know if having the antibodies means you get any immunity from cove in nineteen they believe that you do but they don't now and then when it comes to herd immunity with most diseases infectious diseases you would need fifty percent of people that have the antibodies it gives the percent of people have it some doctors say no probably like one to two percent have the antibodies right now but maybe in California we have more and then with measles you need ninety percent to get her to munity sell lot of unknowns here but there is this theory that maybe unknowingly we all have heard immunity here in California that's why our numbers are lower how about that it just seems like every time we talk about this Alex it's well but we don't really know are we are uncertain or you know my gosh all right well ABC's Alex stone appreciate your time today thank you you gotta get a gimmick okay five fifty traffic.

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"la county" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"la county" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The LA county district attorney has declined to file charges against three sheriff's deputies and a sergeant accused of assaulting for fellow deputies in documents outlining the decision the DA's office says there is insufficient evidence to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the fight was a crime the documents say there is a fact pattern that appears to show that a group meeting happened but it was difficult to determine whether anyone involved was acting in self defense or defense of another the DA's office also points out there was a lack of security four digit Kennedy hall and that alcohol and contradictory statements clouded the investigation the fight happened in September of twenty eighteen between deputies at the east LA station a legal claim filed last year said the fight was related to hazing by a deputy game called the Bandidos Chris and Carla okay fine news California's Attorney General has filed a lawsuit against the San Bernadino International Airport authority the FAA and the developer that is building a huge warehouse facility on airport property cedar cara says the project violates state and federal environmental laws and he wants the stakeholders to do the right thing they would make adjustments that address the the pollution consequences that you see from a project like this major bank has agreed to make a massive withdrawal to settle scandal Wells Fargo bank has agreed to pay a hefty fine to resolve criminal and civil cases against that resolution requires Wells Fargo to pay a three billion dollar penalty U. S. attorney Nick cannon says paying up isn't enough as long as the bank abides by series of conditions over the next three years the government has agreed not to file criminal charges against the bank and its parent company Wells Fargo has been under investigation for opening millions of accounts without customer authorization for nearly twenty years at the federal building in downtown LA rob new UCLA has apparently changed course on plans to use facial recognition software on campus a spokesperson says UCLA is working to modify a policy to prohibit the use of facial recognition technology the plan was to incorporate the software into the school surveillance system but some students complained some expressed concerns over privacy others said the policy would disproportionately affect students of color and people a state lawmaker wants to keep gas and electric companies in California from taking a state tax deduction on penalties imposed for safety violations senator Jerry hill says his bill would immediately apply to Pacific gas and electric so count whether from KFI cloudy with a chance of showers for your Saturday high of seventy eight clearing up by Sunday we're we'll see some sunshine and a high of sixty seven right now it's fifty nine Burbank fifty eight Hollywood fifty seven Irvine fifty eight Anaheim we lead local live from the key if I twenty four hour news room I merry course that he that's ongoing in grand terrace on the two fifteen northbound.

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"la county" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:33 min | 2 years 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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"la county" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"la county" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"News you're in the LA county sheriff's department has dumped the deputy who fake the sniper shooting in Lancaster sure of Alex via waiver says investigators are about to present the case to the DA's office for possible criminal charges he made a life altering decision and then for she has to live with it he says the sheriff's department is also trying to be reimbursed for the huge response to the bogus report last week this in the hundreds of thousands of dollars this doesn't come cheap that massive deployment of resources and so many different agencies the twenty one year old ex deputy later admitted that he made up the story about being hit by a sniper in downtown LA and we're calling back KFI news the family of a man shot and killed by Chino police say they're taking legal action against the city the shooting happened last month as police service search warrant on a suspected illegal marijuana operation lawyers for the family of man killed say the officer who found him hiding ordered him to show his hands and then fired his weapon LA county prosecutors have decided to ask for the death penalty for the torture and murder of ten year old Anthony all those little boy from Lancaster was killed last summer his mother and her boyfriend of been charged in that case some of the boys other relatives have sued the department of children and family services for fifty million dollars for failing to protect the boy you see I would have done their job when we called and told them what was going on we wouldn't be here today DCFS has receipt had received at least sixteen reports of Anthony's physical and sexual abuse property owners affected by a wildfire in LA in Ventura counties have saved millions on their tax bills LA county assessor Jeffrey praying says any homeowner with at least ten thousand dollars of damage is eligible for this break the amount of relief corresponds to the amount of damage to the whole property is unusable there's going to be a pretty significant reduction plans as property owners have to apply for the tax break before November eighth and he says more than thirteen hundred people have already gotten the tax relief Dorian.

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"la county" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"la county" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"From LA county. Sheriff Alex wave has held firm in his fight to create a truth and reconciliation panel being away, but told the sheriff civilian oversight commission, he's on solid legal grounds. I can point to status. Hurry law constitutional law in case law commission chair Patty, gigging says Vienna waivers continued defense of restating a deputy accused of domestic violence has become a distraction. I am concerned about a panel being created based on this one case the waiver says the commissioners simply acting out the political will of the county supervisors the LA county sheriff's civilian oversight commission has been trying to get the clicks reports of abuse by click at the east LA sheriff's station triggered a study of clicks department. Why that was stalled during the election? But now the commission is moving forward. Commissioner Robert Bonner says this is a deeply embedded culture in the department and the clicks lead to certain behaviors insubordination Huta silence use of unnecessary and excessive force former sheriff's Lieutenant and current Commissioner jape. Harris. The actions of the clicks are putting a taint on the shield. I'm gonna use that dirty four letter word here. That's the game word in LA. Kris Ankarlo, KFI news and appeals court in California has ruled San Francisco cannot be sued for negligence over the fatal shooting of a woman by an illegal immigrant. Kate stanley's. Parents pseudo the city over sanctuary policies that allowed the shooter to be released from jail in two thousand fifteen instead of holding him for immigration officials. The man had already been deported five times when he was let out of jail months before Stanley was killed. Spectrum says an employee caught on video poaching, a puppy and Riverside County has been fires spectrum takes these things. Very seriously. Bob Turnbull with the spectrum security team returned the pug named Andrew to its owner. Yesterday, Melissa Cortez says the spectrum employee pulled up in a company van Monday afternoon and took her dog from the yard the careful about how he opened our fence our fence like a lot of noise when you just open at Cortez says the video of the pug napping on Twitter has with her words on it. One of your drivers took my dog education secretary, Betsy DeVos appeared before congress to defend more than seven billion dollars in proposed cuts Wisconsin democratic congressman Mark and asked about her plan to eliminate federal funding for the Special Olympics. It's two thousand kids effective. Awesome organization one that is well supported by the philanthropic sector is where the proposed education department cuts about ten percent overall. But it also includes more money for charter schools and a tax credit for people who donate to private school scholarships. The budget is just a proposal and needs congressional.

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