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"la county board supervisors" Discussed on The Woody Show

The Woody Show

03:51 min | Last month

"la county board supervisors" Discussed on The Woody Show

"Sit marley. Show the la county board supervisor. Supervisors voted to. I'm really exhausted from yesterday. So let's go through this but yeah it's crotty voted to pass the process to return bruce's beach in manhattan beach to its descendants. So if you didn't hear about that versus beach is prime real estate property That was taken away from an african american family who started a beach resort there about one hundred years ago so now they're going to return that property and i support that with interest with interest. Heino while they said that. Probably you're right a worth about seventy million dollars loan also a woman amid a to receiving twenty one thousand dollars an pandemic relief. She used diane feinstein's name Number that money never find out. No they said. Overall losses with fraud is eleven billion dollars. Somehow people are still known about this. I again this is insane fraud fraud. Yeah it was so easy to get this free money. Anything right here hanging out right and left and right. Hey and the news headlines that we did earlier. We talked about that guy from orange. Jonathan anybody listening know that. No what do you say to him afterwards. Like after the news that he got in trouble going through panty drawers. Yeah you disappear and then leaving your goo on a laptop. That's how he got busted like they know this guy like you. Well aware undecided stays cool but like was he kinda creepy to kinda where you surprised. Now panty guy. High out of college. Right was that chapman. Did it. say he's twenty so it sounds like a panty raid. But he obviously took it to them. Speak about colleges. There's this kid. I don't know if you heard about this in riverside. He was accepted to fifteen schools. Five of them being ivy league and he said that well first off. He has a gpa of four point six nine. Oh no you. Don't go as well because class. Right i took. Ap classes was still zero to four. Yeah well it says its top. Choices are harvard yale princeton and stanford. I say harvard. Oh man assess. Go harvard counselor. We see our heart jason to harvard harvard. Harvard i walked around there. It's pretty cool. Harvard though but the winters are so brutal.

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"la county board supervisors" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

06:24 min | 3 months ago

"la county board supervisors" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"For violating a lawful order at the time. So what he's saying is is tin horn flats may be a hero in the revolutionary righteous. But for now we got to punish them and rosa parks. Rosa parks did the right thing. But slow your roll people. We took care of her but she had to take her. Lincoln's just like everybody else right and then later on she became a cultural icon but At the time we had to do the right thing and now that we've learned this valuable lesson from nineteen sixty four. We're going to move ahead to two thousand and twenty one burbank. And we should hold stay the course and if another rosa parks type comes along and trash it cares right down some barriers. We gotta make sure and punish her as well and then later on somebody in his camp if it's his wife his mom his brother somebody gave him that example and he was like. Ooh i can use that. I had the same thought. Which is this is. The example of this is the hallmark of someone who didn't really think it through exactly like. Oh that's good doesn't i mean. Isn't that sort of a third rail in today's world politics curious comparison at best also. Yeah yeah sorry. We're living in a time. Where if you say look what's going on now isn't as bad is the holocaust. But it's still bad so i want to go. You brought up the holocaust and he said it wasn't it wasn't bad right and it's like you and then and then what happened. What happens now. is people go. You know like gina. Carano they go you just you vote the holocaust you brought it up. You should never brought it up. That's why we're being we. You not only vote rosa parks but you used her in. An example of us should punish people who do the right thing. Yes that's why by the way you want to talk about shitting all over your own point. Yes in this equation of tin horn. Flats is rosa parks. You're basically saying you know how she got job by the man in the sixty s. You're the montgomery police. Yes well now. We're in charge. And i'm bull. Connor did out the fire hoses when you first heard you. I'm kind of listening. And i'm you know. Clean up the table. Or whatever. And i hear rosa parks. And i'm like oh the burbank. City council thinks that remarks like wait a second wait the click the kaleidoscope one. More time this just getting crazy. Well also it's a little peek behind the window of the insane stupidity that goes on in your skull like this. This same guy is going to be in charge of the side of the freeway as or when the schools get reopened or trash collection. I mean this is a non clear thinker. I pulled up his Bio just because the name. How many can there be. And it says constantine anthony for burbank city council. Some assuming that's him and the. I'm just gonna read you the first paragraph. just take from it. Whatever you want loves horseback riding hiking in hates rosa parks. Okay so do the second okay. Hi i'm constantine. He slashed him. I am autistic. And i've been homeless in two thousand and four. I moved to burbank to work in film and television since that time become involved in disability advocacy housing justice and workers rights. I'm proud to be running with the official support of the la county democratic party. Big he's All right so he's impaired. He's handicapped which is fine. But just go get yourself a fucking van with a lift and shut the fuck up. Jesus christ we got this guy deciding the fucking fate of a small business. That dared to stay open during an unconstitutional closed down with no science. Back it up whatsoever and this imbecile as the one who's in charge of of leading the battle against them and again there's we have plenty of problems to take care of small family. Owned business is not one of them right. Now when you when you when you're done with the homeless and garbage and graffiti and clean water and all that kind of stuff and crime then some time leftover carve out some time to destroy a small business that pays taxes in your community right and when you know over the over the summer but who knows times all blend together. The la county board supervisor. Whatever decided that we couldn't do outdoor any more you know just like tin horn flats and they couldn't find an example so they pushed the date to find that the the data and now the data or the example that using burbank is some guy in wuhan said that he got covid. That is that where everything is because a guy in wuhan made this claim. And that's what we're bridging old thing on. Yeah yeah. And by the way like the wuhan and china's become some bashing of truth and accuracy in terms of reporting things. all right. we'll take ourselves a quick break. We'll come back. Gina park but not rosa parks but gene has got a park picture morris and a statement right after this point five dollars bridgestone products every month. You get the choose. It's odd fan and fans. Rejoice adams monthly nut has arrived february sack. Brings you a bobino cord draft.

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"la county board supervisors" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

John and Ken on Demand

03:08 min | 4 months ago

"la county board supervisors" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

"It is ridiculous effort to just try to squash the economy and try to act. Like i remember what dr galley said. Dr mark galli with the state health department. It was just to discourage people from gathering. That's all we have no data to support shutting down outdoor dining. We just didn't want people to gather there is there is no data and there will be any data it was arbitrary punishment on the part of the la county board supervisors but we've seen their arrogant nasty behavior before. Obviously sheila you'll and he'll sali's i mean they're they're this. This this is. This is torturing people. This is torturing free american citizens for no reason. Shame and damn the courts for not coming to the rescue on this. It's just awful. Let's play as much as we can before we start. Barking governor babble explaining what he decided to do to play clip three. Please look as it relates to the issue of a stay at home order. It's just an opportunity to remind you can stay at home. Orders not a light switch going back to the way things were a year plus ago. We still are now in these tears. Tears that we believe is served us as it relates to modify an activity and behavior requiring. Not only that when someone is dining outdoor but there are certain conditions that need to be met as it relates to those activities as well. We're doing more to not only socialize that with the public but also with apple that what is he talking about. They're doing more to socialize that with the public. He makes no sense just a big word salad of random words thrown together. He still won't admit there's no science that this was arbitrary. I b he cannot be recalled. Fast enough well. There are some that believe. That's why he did this. He's nervous about the signature gathering. Oh i hope show. I hope he's real nervous. 'cause zack alex michaels and asked him at the news conference to want to play that clip. Play that clip person informational question about the the my turn app. Is that something that people in los angeles and diego counties can download now in the app store. Google play. how does somebody get that. And secondly a broader question just about to give you a chance to respond to critics because you know the critics are saying this online that This decision today comes amidst a recall campaign comes amid lawsuits. And they say that the timing on this is arbitrary and convenient based he stopped with that. Wanna give you a chance to respond to people that are saying that. That's just complete utter nonsense. So let's dispense with that fundamental foundationally nonsense fundamentals dispense with that fundamental league foundationally foundationally..

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"la county board supervisors" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

John and Ken on Demand

04:48 min | 7 months ago

"la county board supervisors" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

"Am six forty. John and ken show john kobylt ken. Chiampou kfi am six forty live everywhere in the iheart radio app and hence going to be a way for the rest of the week. The dreadful news that you may have heard is that The la county board of supervisors will not be rescinded. Barbara farris restaurant closure which goes into effect tomorrow night. At ten o'clock she managed to pull this off without any scientific evidence without any data without any research. Nothing and bizarrely. Three members of the la county board supervisors went for a closure not based on any scientific evidence. And that's mark ridley. Thomas held sali's and sheila sheila cules statement endeavors. News was really strange. I said well this you have to have magical thinking to think that a server is not going to be within six feet of a customer Did you read the cdc guidelines. You'll you have to be in someone's presence for at least ten minutes if we within six feet for ten minutes. Not a few seconds and most of the waiters waitresses that i've experienced stand back a couple of steps like i said i can't even hear them between their double mask their face shield and the distance. I don't even understand what they're saying but they're not in. I had one restaurant Server in my presence for ten minutes doesn't happen so once again. that's all. I mean that is false reasoning. It's not science. it's not data. You know how you know how this is is fourteen members of the city council fourteen. I think the other one is in prison around their way now. That crowd eleven to three they were in favor of keeping the restaurant's open eleven to three that resolution. Today to send to the county supervisors. Even la city council members can see this but not sheila fuel not mark ridley. Thomas not held us elise. Seven hundred thousand people connected the restaurant industry outta work now.

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"la county board supervisors" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"la county board supervisors" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Sot Arizona Florida North Carolina South Carolina Washington Texas and Utah and arms burglary suspect has been shot to death outside a home in Lake Forest Orange County sheriff's lieutenant Chad Taylor says deputies were called shortly after one this morning and found a young woman with a weapon deb's gave numerous commands to drop the handgun and soon there after an officer involved shooting took place the woman died at the hospital the only school board has rejected a proposal to slash the school police department budget one number also called for ninety percent budget reduction by twenty twenty three to re direct money to black students at school they need the board also rejected a proposal to eliminate military style uniforms and require school cops to only patrol outside school grounds the board even rejected a proposal to form a committee to study the issue further Irvine is sped up a plan to put body cameras on officers in response to nationwide calls for police reform our goal is to be as transparent as possible Irvine police sergeant Kerry Davies says it also helps with complaints you can have that visual aids so that people can really get an idea of what's actually going on like Irvine Costa mesa police chief Bryan glass says they've used audio recorders and dash cams for years we start off in in car video before it was popular when he had to have a VHS tape Costa mesa approved a new dash and body cam system last week it is a tool that offers benefit from both cities are pushing to have cameras on cops by the end of the year at least nine other cities and see already use body cams in Orange County Corbin Carson KFI news LA County Board supervisor mark Ridley Thomas says he expects body cams on fifty one hundred deputies within the next three to four months the supervisor says the cameras are a great tool for transparency and accountability especially in the light of the recent deputy involved fatal shooting of an eighteen year old man in Gardena we need to immediately move towards an independent investigation of that case and we should also make sure that we get body worn cameras on the men and women of this department sooner rather than later in a way that said he couldn't afford the cameras because of budget cuts but Ridley Thomas says the board set aside thirty five million to fund the entire program now for a more in depth look at subjects like this join KFI Steve Gregory this Sunday at four eleven two hour special on policing he'll also talk about LA mayor Garcetti saying despite the police union's criticism of his job he understands the role they play even he says when proposing police reform we need them we're not or to not do things without them but I think that we are in Richmond people who are officers are at the table sharing things we might not know Kerr said he was on a panel to promote the George Floyd justice and policing act which would federalize portions of police training disciplinary action and other procedures on the unions I'd rather have their substantive contributions and their financial ones right now Steve Gregory finally city council it voted unanimously to suspend councilman Jose Huizar who is facing a federal racketeering charge U. S. attorney Nick cannon says Huizar was in the middle of a pay to play scheme that moved along real estate projects in exchange for bribes this was serious business involving massive projects one of which was envisioned to be a seventy seven story tower that was to be the largest building west.

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"la county board supervisors" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

11:53 min | 1 year ago

"la county board supervisors" Discussed on KCRW

"Their restaurants were right now nearly every one of them is closed completely it's an absolute ghost town the only restaurant that I really saw up and running this week online when I was down there was George's Greek cafe story on the life was putting some to go orders together she works as the manager at George's we usually have about thirty five employees currently we're probably working with about sixty eight that's right and there's nothing you guys can do about it really now all we can do is increase sales focus on our delivery because then those are more ships that we can bring in that people work for us and the reason Stevens I'm like Santa Barbara you can't eat at restaurants in LA county right now but under this plan in Long Beach yeah I'm a look would be able to re open for outdoor dining and that could be a total game changer it's not just time to I mean there are several spots in Long Beach that have been identified for this so called open streets initiative and that can mean everything from reducing lanes on streets setting up tables are now empty parking lots up the street from George's I met Colin Metz in marker he manages waters edge winery of Long Beach its location downtown as a tasting room is also a bistro and he said he's waiting patiently for next month when the city of Long Beach plans let businesses like his begin serving food and drinks outdoors Adalet my whole staff off unfortunately due to the pandemic and sell my girlfriend I actually ran this place for the last sixty plus days just labeling and selling wine and bush and secretary boxes and doing everything we could just to keep some some drops in the bucket are you guys planning to have people out in the street we will do whatever it takes if restaurants around here want to sell their food we can sell our wine that's what we're all about you know being out on the street now that that's kind of a fun thing to be able to be able to experience so we are trying our best to work with the the regulations and they're sitting in front of us so shutting down streets and wine and cheese plates on a prominent I mean Benjamin is this the future of dining out in places like downtown Long Beach and and other places near term yeah but look it's hard to predict how much staying power a policy like serving dinner on a public street in a place like Long Beach will have however if you ask the mayor of Long Beach Robert Garcia he says he hopes it does I'm excited about the opportunity to see how it works because I think that there really are one thirty it's been ahead of the game is released open streets and this relates to kind of bike boulevards and can production access and so I think a lot these projects will become permanent after I think it's an opportunity for some see also told me we could see the first slate of restaurants about thirty or so sets open in this way in Long Beach about two weeks if you want to check it out I'm sure he would love a lot of people to come check those restaurants out to get some tax revenue back into the city Max Santa Barbara what about there it it sounds so nice State Street blocked off in the middle of town today they're gonna keep the downtown promenade out indefinitely well it's gonna stay that way at least as long as California's got a state of emergency because of the corona virus but I mean I think there's some wiggle room here it might last longer your Santa Barbara mayor Cathy Maria closing State Street to car traffic people have talked about that for a long time for now it's experimental for now it's temporary we're just giving it a try but there's a lot of people who want to see that become a permanent pedestrian promenade odd we'll have to see how it works out all right we're gonna be watching to see how this experiment goes in the coming days and weeks and months as well in both Santa Barbara and all over greater LA I want to thank you both KCRW's MacCallum in Santa Barbara and Benjamin Gottlieb reporting from Long Beach as well thanks guys anytime thank you Steve all members of the LA County Board of supervisors submitted what's called a variance application to the state just yesterday pushing for more openings including dine in restaurants and doing that soon like within days if the plan is approved by the governor barbershops and hair salons and restaurants can open up abiding by of course strict social distancing guidelines and safety measures LA County Board supervisor Janice Hahn is one of the members behind that variance and she's with us right now welcome supervisor thank you Steve it's good to be with you let's start with the basics what what exactly is a a variance application is the mechanism that says state of California has put in place to allow the governor to look at the medical data and criteria to allow cal cue to move quickly quicker through one of the stages that were and and while that sounds very confusing it is the mechanism that we have and so we on the County Board of I decided to ask the governor sort of like a petitioning the governor to last let us open up more things sooner than later initially we had heard of LA county like the antelope valley and the South Bay and even Catalina island that wanted the governor to allow them to move quicker into the next phase while leaving the rest valley county behind it we've got a better path forward would be if the entire county will grant this variance so that all eighty eight counties could make the decision on their own whether or not they too wanted to begin doing things like having at restaurants open for in dining service having barber spot shop and here are the ones open so that's what we did we're expecting here backing down there I think it's going to today whether or not he agrees there are four stages in in Newsome's plans to re open the state what what stage are we and currently I believe are into B. two B. there's there's a six year yeah yeah but yeah there's some tax I I I understand what you it's been reported anywhere there may be some disagreements between the supervisors about whether it's too soon to ask for this variance can you explain a little bit about that or some some people still little nervous about opening up too soon you know I think all of this are concerned about if the decisions we're making will have a you know bad outcome in terms of A. M. increased positive cases of corona virus but to be honest with you it was a five zero about to ask for the variant so I believe we will leave it up to the governor to look at our criteria to see whether or not it's safe but we've been very cautious so far and have really reminded people that you're safer at home you really shouldn't be going out except for essential services so we've tried to do this in a way that balances public safety where we open in our economy but there there is a point where we were hearing loud and clear from some of our business says that the longer they remain locked down the greater the chance of war that they just weren't going to recover which is why I think that lifeline with the governor to routine that the small businesses on Monday really was going to help some of them who are frankly drowning totally understood I mean obviously retail and all these other businesses they've got to survive and and the county needs to survive obviously and and people after what eight ten weeks of this are probably you know really getting tired of of state and and it's totally understood right but then I see that LA county is still the hot spot of California became a hot spot and is now you know we still see a very steady stream of new cases the deaths that are happening every day hospitalizations are down a little bit which is good news but I mean when you see all the data how can you how do you drive that with the fact that we need to re open I know you're you won't you say you want to be cautious about it but I mean this is still a time for prudence isn't it well it is which is why you know we're really imploring the public to Newsday safety protocols which we now work for two biggest things according to the medical experts that really work to slow the spread of this virus are wearing a face covering anytime you're in public and physically distancing from the next person who's closest to you I think the biggest criteria that are medical experts will be telling us in LA county is yes we're still being positive virus cases but our hospitals have not been overwhelmed yeah I want you to help me because you know I what when it comes to governmental rigmarole is I like to call it I I I still read it a second grade level so so work with me through the very it's like how would this work county wide you you mentioned that some areas like Catalina we talked about it last week on the show wanted to you know go straight to the governor say Hey look we are very very few cases on our island or the antelope valley again you know not as many cases as the rest of the county how would the variances work show again that we we had many regions in LA county just didn't want to be lumped together with the rest of us because as you just said day they felt like their cases their case level their positivity into did not match up with the rest of LA county but we felt as a board of supervisors that we'd better pathway forward were to be if the LA county in total ask the governor for I'm variant so that would include all eighty eight city now if the governor denies are variants and says I just don't see the data that allows the entire can I move forward then we can go back and see whether or not a different reasons might have a better chance the one thing that the state of California has capped at the forefront of all of this is the governor decide what days were moving into the governor decide what can and can't re open but it is still left up to all the county all the fifty eight counties in California and all the cities in California to decide whether they want to go that route yeah we can't move ahead of the governor you can't reopen something that he has not said you could reopen but you can't be more restrictive so if there are certain counties or cities with an accounting that are just uncomfortable you know opening their restaurant opening their hair salon Bailey how cute they can retain that level of control the other thing that LA county has done so far is we put our own safety protocol sometimes more restrictive than what the governor is allowing so if the governor allowed experience so that restaurants were in service dining can happen this weekend we are the ones that may say you know okay but growing allow you to have you know thirty percent capacity we're going out make sure that all.

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"la county board supervisors" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

11:32 min | 1 year ago

"la county board supervisors" Discussed on KCRW

"Greek cafe Soriano life was putting some to go orders together she works as the manager at George's we usually have about thirty five employees currently we're probably working with about sixty eight that's right and there's nothing you guys can do about that really now all we can do is increase sales focus on our delivery because then those are more ships that we can bring in sap people work for us and the reason Steve is unlike Santa Barbara you can't eat at restaurants in LA county right now but under this plan in Long Beach yeah I'm a look would be able to re open for outdoor dining and that could be a total game changer it's not just pine too I mean there are several spots in Long Beach that have been identified for this so called open streets initiative and that can mean everything from reducing lanes on streets setting up tables are now empty parking lots up the street from George's I met call and Mets in marker he manages waters edge winery of Long Beach its location downtown as a tasting room is also a bistro and he said he's waiting patiently for next month when the city of Long Beach plans let businesses like his begin serving food and drinks outdoors away my whole staff off unfortunately due to the pandemic and sell my girlfriend I actually ran this place for the last sixty plus days just labeling and selling wine and bush and secretary boxes and doing everything we could to keep some some drops in the bucket are you guys planning to have people out in the street we will do whatever it takes if restaurants around here want to sell their food we can sell our wine that's what we're all about you know being out on the street and all that that's kind of a fun thing to be able to be able to experience so we're trying our best to work with the the regulations and they're sitting in front of us so shutting down streets and wine and cheese plates on a prominent I mean Benjamin is this the future of dining out in places like downtown Long Beach and and other places near term yeah but look it's hard to predict how much staying power a policy like serving dinner on a public street in a place like Long Beach will have however if you ask the mayor of Long Beach Robert Garcia he says he hopes it does I'm excited about the opportunity to see how it works because I think that there really are one thirty it's been ahead of the game is released open streets and this relates to kind of bike boulevards and in addition access and so I think a lot these projects will become permanent after I think it's an opportunity for some see also told me we could see the first slate of restaurants about thirty or so sets open in this way in Long Beach about two weeks if you want to check it out I'm sure he would love a lot of people to come check those restaurants out to get some tax revenue back into the city Matt Santa Barbara what about there it it sounds so nice State Street blocked off in the middle of town today they're gonna keep the downtown promenade indefinitely well it's gonna stay that way at least as long as California's got a state of emergency because of the corona virus but I mean I think there's some wiggle room here it might last longer your Santa Barbara's mayor Kathy Maria closing State Street to car traffic people have talked about that for a long time for now it's experimental for now it's temporary we're just giving it a try but there's a lot of people who want to see that become a permanent pedestrian promenade odd we'll have to see how it works out all right we're gonna be watching to see how this experiment goes in the coming days and weeks and months as well in both Santa Barbara and all over greater LA I want to thank you both KCRW's macula me in Santa Barbara and Benjamin Gottlieb reporting from Long Beach as well thanks guys anytime thank you Steve all members of the LA County Board of supervisors submitted what's called a variance application to the state just yesterday pushing for more openings including dine in restaurants and doing that soon like within days if the plan is approved by the governor barbershops and hair salons and restaurants can open up abiding by of course strict social distancing guidelines and safety measures LA County Board supervisor Janice Hahn is one of the members behind that variance and she's with us right now welcome supervisor thank you Steve it's good to be with you let's start with the basics what what exactly is a a variance application is the mechanism that says state of California has put in place to allow the governor to look at the medical data and criteria to allow guarantees to move quickly quicker through one of the stages that were in and while that sounds very confusing it is the mechanism that we have and so we on the County Board of super riders decided to ask the governor sort of like a petitioning the governor to last let us open up more things sooner than later initially we had parts of LA county like the antelope valley and the South Bay and even Catalina island that wanted the governor to allow them to move quicker into the next phase while leaving the rest valley county behind it we've got a better path forward would be if the entire county will grant this variance so that all eighty eight counties could make the decision on their own whether or not they too wanted to begin doing things like having at restaurant open for in dining service having barber spot shops and hair salons open so that's what we did we're expecting here backing down there I think it's going to today whether or not he agrees there are four stages in in Newsome's plans to reopen the state what what stage are we and currently I believe are into B. two B. there's there's a six year yeah yeah but yeah there's some tax I I I understand what you it's been reported anywhere there may be some disagreements between the supervisors about whether it's too soon to ask for this variance can you explain a little bit about that or some some people still little nervous about opening up too soon you know I think all of this are concerned about if the decisions we're making will have a you know bad outcome in terms of A. M. increased positive cases of corona virus but to be honest with you it was a five zero about to ask for the variant so I believe we will leave it up to the governor to look at our criteria to see whether or not it's safe but we've been very cautious so far and have really reminded people that you're safer at home you really shouldn't be going out except for essential services so we've tried to do this in a way that balances public safety where we opened in our economy but there there is a point where we were hearing loud and clear from some of our business says that the longer they remain locked down the greater the chance of war interstate child weren't going to recover which is why I think that lifeline that the governor to routine that the small businesses on Monday really was going to help some of them who are frankly drowning totally understood I mean obviously retail and all these other businesses they've got to survive and and the county needs to survive obviously and and people after what eight ten weeks of this are probably you know really getting tired of of state and and it's totally understood right but then I see that LA county is still the hot spot of California became a hot spot and is now you know we still see a very steady stream of new cases the deaths that are happening every day hospitalizations are down a little bit which is good news but I mean when you see all the data how can you how do you drive that with the fact that we need to re open I know you're you won't you say you want to be cautious about it but I mean this is still a time for prudence isn't it well it is which is why you know we're really imploring the public to Newsday safety protocols which we now work for two biggest things according to the medical experts that really work to slow the spread of this virus are wearing a face covering anytime you're in public and physically distant trains from the next person who's closest to you I think the biggest criteria that are medical experts will be telling us in LA county is yeah we're still being positive virus cases but our hospitals have not been overwhelmed yeah I want you to help me because you know I what when it comes to governmental rigmarole is I like to call it I I I still read it a second grade level so so work with me through the very it's like how would this work county wide you you mentioned that some areas like Catalina we talked about it last week on the show wanted to you know go straight to the governor say Hey look we are very very few cases on our island or the antelope valley again you know not as many cases as the rest of the county how would the variances work show again that we we had many regions in LA county just didn't want to be lumped together with the rest of us because as you just said day they felt life and their cases their case level their positivity in there did not match up with the rest of LA county but we felt as a board of supervisors that we'd better pathway forward were to be if the LA county in total ask the governor for I'm variants so that would include all eighty eight city now if the governor denies are variants and says I just don't see the data that allows the entire can I move forward then we can go back and see whether or not a different reasons might have a better chance the one thing that the state of California has capped at the forefront of all of this is the governor decide what days were moving into the governor decide what can and can't open but it is still left up to all the county all the fifty eight counties in California and all the cities in California to decide whether they want to go that route yeah we can't move ahead of the governor you can't re open something that he has not said you could reopen but you can't be more restrictive so if there are certain counties or cities with an accounting that are just uncomfortable you know opening their restaurant opening their hair salon Bailey how cute they can retain that level of control the other thing that LA county has done so far is we put our own safety protocol sometimes more restrictive than what the governor is allowing so if the governor allowed experience so that restaurants were in service dining can happen this weekend we are the ones that may.

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"la county board supervisors" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"la county board supervisors" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Eight eight six let's drop in now one another boob from the LA County Board of supervisors this is Janice Hahn made an appearance on the fox eleven coronavirus nightly special hosted by Alex Michael sin and drew Pinsky seven I lost he's talking about the nursing homes here yeah I need to explain yeah L. L. O. X. was asking her about the nursing homes because referencing Catherine Barker's a statement last week that we made a miscalculation and so reporters in general actually I was one of the few asks and Steve Gregory asks it what was the miscalculation here what what went wrong and listen to this these AZ egyes the circular answer let's see if she ever hones in on exactly what they did wrong because we're talking about a thousand people are dead he has got from border directly you're the one that used a term miscalculation concerning Dr Barbara Ferrer she didn't explain it well I can expect this to be any better what are your child Janice Hahn's not the brightest bulb on the tree guy rolling rolling biggest problem in LA county by far though has been at nursing homes the governor today talking about the fact that two thirds of deaths from LA county are at nursing homes I recently supervisor bargain are so said that that that the the head of LA county health doctor Arbor Ferrer had miscalculated on that front what do you say about her job performance when it comes to nursing homes and all of the people that died in those nursing homes what did you guys do wrong you know it doesn't we look back on it does seem like we did best team to allow go on for so long it really got out of here yeah yeah yeah in LA county in the whole state and many of those were attributed to our nursing homes and you think about those families that lost a loved one I mean this virus really spread like wildfire in these nursing homes and employees I was worried about the employees well I still am yeah many of them are low wage earners and and worked in several of our skilled nursing facilities so they move around just to earn enough income to keep their family that's something today on the LA county board's supervisors we have decided to appoint an inspector general will we focus on nursing homes and what went wrong what we can do better and how we go forward but the interesting thing to note is some of these that had the highest rate yes we're already sort of under at the state scrutiny some of them were already ranks seat so they are already not performing well for this virus yet and that's also I'm hoping this inspector general began to work with the state and see what we can do to give all these an a rating and improve the health for everybody a single business model is tenuous at best oh my god first of all what politicians love to do she did let's recap what you just said and a little emotion to it yes what's what happened was horrible it was just like wow two thirds of the deaths and then where's the beef nothing but that don't pay inspector general story look we told you and we talked about this last week we should have done was tested robustly like you promised to do several months ago you didn't know that yes a good times read that story last week that you barely tested a third of the employees and the residents of the nursing homes in LA county white and instead your answer is how it's sad what happened we didn't catch up quick enough and now we got an inspector general and boom they're all going to get a day's spring things got out of hand it's like the food ready get restaurant you know we see arrest C. in the window you had to go and the thing is if they got rated then what happens you just I mean people allegedly they are better infection control is how they would get in a I guess right is what he's saying but is there a penalty for getting a C. when families are dumped early not they're still always don't get customer does a come write more people which I still say is the main reason they didn't want to do the testing and they probably kept their covert numbers the secret as they could remember it took weeks into this before the el Segundo times the state released a list of nursing homes have cases and deaths but because if nobody wanted the bad publicity of having coronavirus I mean this came out weeks and weeks ago we've been talking about this a long time and I actually this is another moment I thought I was losing my mind is they would announce the percentage of deaths it was the odds thirty percent thirty five forty percent for and but they weren't doing anything right saying that where we are and it wasn't the subject of every press conference which it should have been instead it's we don't like you on the beaches yeah well that's the thing then they used the death number to justify all the horrific restrictions on everybody else when there's no connection between the two people on the beach are people playing tennis have nothing to do with the massacre going on in the nursing home there was a yes propping up yeah yeah some you missed something wow she sounds like she's in some foreign well away please let her in the head the voice actors when we come back another hack knuckle head to talk about completely on the other side of the country everybody's favorite governor Andrew Cuomo is a couple of stories in the news one concerning nursing homes and one concerning him going off on the modeling of the corona virus situation that's next Johnny can KFI Debra Martinez the number of people who died in LA county from covert nineteen continues to drop stats from the health department of LA county Pasadena and Long Beach show the week of may fourth three hundred nine people passed away the following week that number went down to two hundred sixty and in the last calendar week one hundred fifty five people died from the virus that's fifty percent fewer deaths from three weeks ago the numbers changed slightly because officials sometimes note the death on the date it was reported and not the date it actually happened even with the variable the numbers continue on a downward trend Steve Gregory can fine tune several Westfield shopping centres in so cal will be re opening soon the one in century city will be the first to welcome me back customer starting Saturday the Westfield malls in Culver city Sherman oaks Arcadia to panga and Valencia will re open a week from today the malls will be open few hours and have government mandated health and safety rules in place a company based in Huntington beach has been sued by the LA city attorney for making bogus claims about covert nineteen products city attorney Mike fewer says the wellness matrix group built a web of false marketing claims we allege that they unlawfully advertised and sold or attempted to sell unapproved cold in nineteen on test kits and unapproved recorded anti cool bit disinfectants yours is the company claimed its products have been approved by the FDA EPA and CDC when they were not you were once the company to stop selling the products he also wants the company to pay back customers and pay civil penalties for a map of all the current cases in so cal you can check out our website it's KFI am six forty dot com the key word is coded the news is brought to you by reborn cabinets secretary of state Mike Pompeii has officially declared Hong Kong is no longer a Thomas from China the declaration follows a move by Beijing to impose new national security legislation on the territory im pei called China's decision disastrous we greatly underestimated the degree to which Beijing is ideologically and politically hostile to free nations the whole world is waking up to that fact is Beijing's action fundamentally undermines Hong Kong's autonomy and freedoms in China's on promises to the people of Hong Kong from the southern California Toyota dealers traffic center we make it easy we have road work on the two ten in Arcadia western side between Saturday and Baldwin Avenue two right lanes are still shut down things are slowing down coming away from Huntington Dr Singh have at least the mid city you spent ten for Robert sent over to about the brand the better right ahead to the one ten freeway also it got a crash or hitting thirteen of this is on the western side of the sixty freeway.

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"la county board supervisors" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"la county board supervisors" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"I can still play I know he when I first got but more generally are you concerned about the federal government he works sort of stands toward California's restriction to defeat the potential for a a legal clash that line I don't I don't lose sleep over that maybe it's the fact that this is California were involved in over seventy lawsuits with the administration predates my time as governor many of those lawsuits so none of this surprises me at all doesn't surprise you I imagine and again we're entering into a political season and so I can only I anticipate we'll see a more but again we are working very collaboratively not only regionally but with the federal government on things that really matter some of these other things to me is just noise they requested the SLA yes good afternoon governor two quick questions if I may the LA County Board supervisors just wanted an inspector general that could take a look at the problem in the assisted living homes does that continue to be a major concern for you throughout the state and my second question is you looked around and saw all the people enjoying themselves are you worried that perhaps there may be a spike and and all of your your plans of moving forward will have to take a backseat at some point yeah I know both very thoughtful questions inappropriate questions to this moment both things are of top concern that we go back to some sense of normalcy with amnesia that we forget the past we forget the fact that we're making a mark of shame in this country that hundred thousand souls have lost their lives that this pandemic continues that we're seeing positive number of cases increase not decrease even though we're seeing stability here in the state of California and positivity rates holding strong that doesn't mean we're out of out of this things behind us and that or out of the woods yet and quite the contrary what has made the difference a we believe in the state of California was moving swiftly and acting with a sense of urgency on our stay at home order and people practicing physical distance in social distancing at scale that we believe led to the stabilization to lead to the stabilization obviously were fearful as people begin to mix people start to congregate together that haven't congregated together that you have few cases flare ups and transmission that increases and that puts Norma's pressure particularly in some communities in the state that are vulnerable to a modest increase in case load many some of the rural parts of the state they don't have the hospitalization resources the ventilators I don't have the people and the personal protective gear those are parts of the state were particularly concerned about and will maintain a sense of vigilance as relates to our focus accordingly we're gonna maintain vigilance with regard to.

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"la county board supervisors" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"la county board supervisors" Discussed on KGO 810

"Maybe it's the fact that this is California were involved in over seventy lawsuits with the administration predates my time as governor many of those lawsuits so none of this surprises me at all doesn't surprise you I imagine and again we're entering into a political season and so I can only dissipate we'll see a more but again we are working very collaboratively not only regionally but with the federal government on things that really matter some of these other things to me is just noise table CBS Philly good afternoon governor two quick questions if I may the LA County Board supervisors just pointed inspector general that could take a look at the problem in the assisted living homes that continue to be a major concern for you throughout the state and my second question is you looked around and saw all the people enjoying themselves are you worried that perhaps there may be a spike and and all of your your plans of building code will have to take a backseat at some point yeah I know both very thoughtful questions inappropriate questions to this moment of both things are of top concern that we go back to some sense of normalcy with amnesia that we forget the past we forget the fact that we're making a mark of shame in this country that hundred thousand souls have lost their lives that this pandemic continues that we're seeing positive number of cases increase not decrease even though we're seeing stability here in the state of California and positivity rates holding strong that doesn't mean we're out of out of this things behind us and that or out of the woods yet and quite the contrary what has made the difference a we believe in the state of California was moving swiftly and acting with a sense of urgency on our stay at home order and people practicing physical distancing social distancing at scale that we believe led to the stabilization to lead to the stabilization obviously were fearful as people begin to mix people start to congregate together they haven't congregated together that you have few cases flare ups in transmission that increases and diet puts Norma's pressure particularly in some communities in the state that are vulnerable too modest increase in case load many some of the rural parts of the state they don't have the hospitalization resources the ventilators I don't have the people and the personal protective gear those are parts of the state were particularly concerned about.

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"la county board supervisors" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"la county board supervisors" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Were principally SO in good afternoon governor two quick questions if I may the LA County Board supervisors just pointed inspector general back to take a look at the problem in the system living homes does that continue to be a major concern for you throughout the state and my second question is you looked around and saw all the people enjoying themselves are you worried that perhaps there may be a spike and and all of your your plants will be coal will have to take a backseat at some point yeah I know both very thoughtful questions inappropriate questions to this moment above things are of top concern that we go back to some sense of normalcy with amnesia that we forget the past we forget the fact that we're making a mark of shame in this country that hundred thousand souls have lost their lives that they spend data continues that we're seeing positive number of cases increase not decrease even though we're seeing stability here in the state of California and positivity rates holding strong that doesn't mean we're out of out of this things behind us and that or out of the woods yet and quite the contrary what has made the difference a we believe in the state of California was moving swiftly and acting with a sense of urgency I understand whole mortar and people practicing physical distance in social distancing at scale that we believe led to the stabilization to lead to the stabilization obviously were fearful as people begin to mix people start to congregate together the haven't congregated together that you have few cases flare ups I am transmission that increases and that puts Norma's pressure particularly in some communities in the state that are vulnerable to a modest increase in case load many some of the rural parts of the state and they don't have the hospitalization resources the ventilators I don't have the people and the personal protective gear those are parts of the state were particularly concerned about and will maintain a sense of vigilance as relates to our focus accordingly we're gonna maintain vigilance with regard to.

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"la county board supervisors" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"la county board supervisors" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Only yes good afternoon governor two quick questions if I may the LA County Board supervisors just wanted an inspector general that could take a look at the problem in the system living homes does that continue to be a major concern throughout the state and my second question is you looked around and saw all the people enjoying themselves are you worried that perhaps there may be a spike and and all of your your plants will be coal will have to take a backseat at some point yeah I know both very thoughtful questions inappropriate questions to this moment both things are of top concern that we go back to some sense of normalcy with amnesia that we forget the past we forget the fact that we're making a mark of shame in this country that hundred thousand souls have lost their lives that this pandemic continues that we're seeing positive number of cases increase not decrease even though we're seeing stability here in the state of California and positivity rates holding strong that doesn't mean we're out of out of this things behind us and that or out of the woods yet and quite the contrary what has made the difference a we believe in the state of California was moving swiftly and acting with a sense of urgency on or stay at home order and people practicing physical distance in social distancing at scale that we believe led to the stabilization to lead to the stabilization obviously were fearful as people begin to mix people start to congregate together that haven't congregated together that you have few cases flare ups and transmission that increases and diet puts Norma's pressure particularly in some communities in the state that are vulnerable to a modest increase in case load many some of the rural parts of the state they don't have the hospitalization resources the ventilators I don't have the people in the personal protective gear those are parts of the state were particularly concerned about and will maintain a sense of vigilance.

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"la county board supervisors" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"la county board supervisors" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"We're gonna see norovirus back. And I think we're gonna see your Sania pestis. I really believe we're going to see that. A plague. Really? I really wish that you had a worst track record because you are by all accounts, always write about I say things like that. These things are coming. But I don't know if the listeners fully understand in here, you say it as often as I have been beating this drum. You've terrified me like my son will be born into a world with plague his there was breaking Los Angeles nineteen twenty four what was the play caused by a rat blow a rat and ground, squirrel bloom. The the down Los Angeles is vibrating with rats right now, and the fleas are controlled and the way the system works is I it's typhus. And then it's it works. Well, I remember like we had this conversation. We were so excited that John Sharon had. He's now the director of LA county department, mental health, and we were so excited, and this is his deal. I think it's the city council's got to get their act together. Aiming the LA county board supervisor county city providers as early Catherine burgers now working on come chronic beds. She's getting some coalitions going she has not she's a very low invoice on that patent panel to be sure I feel like they're in cahoots because I've I've met with Janice Han and had multiple meetings with them, and I feel like they're all so in coots together. They have this little club. And. I just feel like every time I meet with them and LA county department mental. I'd just it's the same story over and Otis what we're working working on it when there's a massive outbreak infectious disease, it it's gonna create a it's going to create a real problem, they keep focusing on. Again. I have the same conversation with Mark they focusing on the housing, and I keep trying to tell them like it's not housing. No. I know there's I spoke to somebody today. What are they called the something ecconomic panel shoes there another and they are like, well, it's complicated as lots of things. Yeah. There are lots things the housing committee. 'cause I night I was on that committee with LA county department of health, and I stopped going in the means because I just I can't take it anymore. It's just. And by the way, it's not for lack of money. They've got. Millions meals. To get it done. Literally, they literally don't want to do the things they have to do to require the mental health services. That's the bottom line. They've got because man, they're entitled do whatever they want man free country. And there's no accountability. Do you know that the facilities that they contract with you can have an this is a fact you can ask them they can have astronaut chair. They could have death after death after death death violation after and they they'll stay in business. They're not gonna they're not gonna lose their contract. I should they shape up. If you're a restaurant, right? You get rated right ABC have you ever gone into restaurant. If you saw if you went into a restaurant with your wife, and the rating was a derating and they've said, well, yeah, we've had we'd have we've had multiple deaths. Would you go in there and eat? Okay. Well, mental health facility. They don't have to tell you that. They can't sweep it all under the rug. See put your child in there. And they say, yeah, it's great. It's great, wink, wink, they don't they don't have to there's no transparency, and that's all I've ever asked valley county department of I just want transparency, and they say we can't do that right now. Well, listen, do we this is not something limited to Los Angeles. Right. Although Sandra's the most agree GIS situation the country right now, it's something..

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"la county board supervisors" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"la county board supervisors" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Eight five moist nine that's one eight one eight five six six four seven eight nine. And let me tell you one thing that happens nearly every single day. Even though we do not talk about it anymore. Much in terms of listener participation in the show, but I still get homeless vagrant pictures. Oh, it's on the top of our website. Oh, then that's probably why I guess people look at the website and still don't think we're posting them anymore. I don't know. It's it's a big deal on the on the I don't know he's maintaining the thing. But nobody is. Get that. There's something up there and got to remove by the way, it's like an old one of the slides there is out of date. Yeah. I forgot the Schwarzenegger for governor slot. Yeah. That's the one. Yeah. No. I think it says something to do with the criminal Justice system. That's not been put on hold. Are. We gotta we gotta do a reboot for twenty nineteen I stopped in to use the restroom at a McDonald's at east catella and cell was the Anaheim, I guess there's somewhere, and I found this quarter Pounder stacked on the urinal and actually the title of the Email is vagrant attack. Mcdonalds mic poop, and I looked at the photo. A big pile horse. But he says it's gloves there. He goes. It's too fingerless gloves. Interwoven I'm guessing the sandwiches eighty twenty. And he describes it as manned beef slash glove. I went out and told the guy I guess the manager what's happened. It's poop intertwined with some sort of gloves. You wanna see the photo? I can't quite a pooped in his gloves. Well, no, we placed it on top of the you can look sideways here apparently is poop and gloves on top of the urinal. Oh my God. But I can't I didn't look at it closer. Okay. You know, what I do see like gloves because it's too big to be a boop. Okay. It's got to be a poop in some item. But I guess what happened was he tried to remove the pupa this gloves held at neglect. I think he took a dump in his gloves. Oh, and then he pulled his gloves off and put it up put it up on the urinal. Yeah. No. Yeah. Oh, my God says he went out and told the manager just said, yeah, it happens. Oh, yeah. It's it's mentally deranged homeless guy who poops in his hands. And a woman said in my commute to work. I took these pictures on Monday and Tuesday morning. I turned off the southbound one zero one at Fullbrook, then turned left. None the quick left at a stop sign and this guy literally at the same time each day about nine forty five AM is taking a poop in the middle of the sidewalk in a plastic bag and sure enough she took a photo she some distance away. So it's not that graphic. He's reading you could see he's in the squad. Yeah. Apparently, this is regular time. Gotta take another exit. Imagine every day. You see the same guy at the same time. Taking a fire went off taking. No. But I tell you about the guy who basically lives in this park where work out and play tennis. And he's he's regular to every day sits at the picnic table. He has a routine. Yeah. E H in about twenty minutes later things start to move. Oh is that? Right. Every every time I go I go in homeless you have to have a routine, right? Yeah. People say they poop at the same time. Every this guy does this guy eats at the same time poops at the same time shows up in the park at the same time every three times a week. I see the guy. Let's play some audio. This is the LA county sheriff Alex via the waiver talking at a board of supervisors meeting. They had one of these dopey community forums to assure the community. And that would be the activists that indeed we are a sanctuary county. Right. So so villain away. The has to assure everyone that really he's going to let out all the illegal alien criminals and never turn them over to ice. Nice have no idea where they that's right cooperate. Sheriff at makes that makes the world a better place that makes life safer here. So what you gonna hear is him speaking. I guess Janice Han the LA county board supervisor pipes in because some of the some of the people in the crowd were not happy with what Mr. Vienna. Wave was saying, let's listen to points that I wanted to leave with you one is that we are going to physically remove is from the county jails. Let me let.

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"la county board supervisors" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

05:41 min | 3 years ago

"la county board supervisors" Discussed on 790 KABC

"And speaking of the LA county fair if you want to go and see Joan Jett and the black hearts and cheap trick on September. Fifteenth is part of the Chevrolet in December concert series at the LA county fair give us a call right now at eight hundred two two two KABC one eight hundred two two two five two two two and lucky caller number seven wins. The tickets tickets are on sale right now. A man in San Gabriel shot his wife after mistaking her for an intruder. We want to hear your stories where you've accidentally mistaken someone as an intruder who may have been your spouse your child that employees or maybe a pet. Let's go to Mike and Sherman oaks, Mike, you're on KABC. Hello. Big fan legit show. Thank you. My wife, and I were sleeping better. The I don't know what's going on. You always hear the house, you know, wrestling creaky here. But this was definitely footsteps going on in the house wipe. It's freaking out all freaking out. I don't have a gun, but I got the sword next to my bed. Right. So I grabbed my store. Hey, man. I wish I was. I grabbed his sword. And I hear somebody who is close enough. Coming into my house and using my toy. Oh my goodness. So I hear the door open. Open the bathroom. I swing my bedroom. Door open I serve sword right by their chest. And I I didn't know what I scream, but it was something crazy. It ends up. Being my buddy, my buddy and his girlfriend somehow got into my house. They broke into my house in the middle of the night. Telling me, I was dying. Drunk. They must have been drunk. For sure withdrawn. I love the fact that you're like, okay. I don't have a gun. But I do have this fabulous. You know, a sword that can do some serious damage that would scare the hell out of an intruder. Unless of course, they had a gun to do fencing in college. Well, go back to Robert Downey junior. Remember, what happened to him in Malibu kind of in a lot worse. That woman just saw him recognized him. He was in her son's bed. Her like nine year old son's bed that would create me the hell out. I think I've run out of the house. She called the police very calmly and said, I think Robert Downey junior the actor is sleeping in my son's room. It's really hard to believe that she could recognize who it was given. The fact the lights were probably off. And this this guy who was like the middle of the day. He was so wasted. Remember, he was so jacked up. Oh, wasn't the middle of the day. So he was a major addict. I mean, I guess he would still say he is, you know, but we talk about turning your life around. He's doing amazing. He's really lucky. He wasn't killed because if he broke how about it. Vichy dead. We wouldn't have we wouldn't have any of these great movies, Robert Downey. Thanks John would killed him. He would've shot first and ask questions later. I get it. Imagine if it was at my grandma's house and she killed iron, man. There you go. You don't want that on your record? It's five thirty. Let's take a look at all the latest headlines. KABC news live and local five thirty. I'm John Wolf the family of the trader Joe's manager killed by LAPD officers and Silverlake is not satisfied with the latest video being released. James Rowe hot has the story. John Taylor is representing the family of Melita Corato the store employees killed by police gunfire. As an armed suspect ran into the trader Joe's before taking hostages, the family would like the LAPD to release all of the audio and video camera footage from all the cars, the body cameras without editing. He says mellitus family is not seeking a lawsuit. But rather the truth? In a statement, the LAPD says it demonstrated its commitment to transparency when it released portions of an car and body worn video James Rowe Haas. KABC news, President Trump supreme court nominee Brett Kavanagh's first. Dan, Capitol Hill is done in his opening remarks before the Senate Judiciary committee Cavanaugh said he does not go into a case with any bias. On his side. I do not decide cases based on personal policy preferences. I am not a pro plaintiff or pro defendant. Judge. I'm not a pro prosecution or pro defense judge. I am a pro LOL judge and who will be replacing John McCain in the Senate, Jeff whittled Arizona's governor Doug Ducey name. Former Senator John Kyle to succeed the late. John McCain in the US Senate. The seventy six year old Kyle retired in two thousand thirteen after rising to become the second highest ranking Republican in the Senate authorities today step up their search for the killer of a man who was gunned down in a restroom at a Long Beach park and said they hope that rewards will lead to a break in the case, which the victim's family believes may have been a hate crime. Fred Taft of Long Beach was shot in the head and upper body around four thirty in the afternoon on July twenty first it PanAmerican park in the fifty one hundred block of Centralia street. He died at the scene. This expected gunman described as a white man in his fifties. Six foot tall with the medium build fled on foot in the LA. County board supervisors have now offered a ten thousand dollar reward for help in solving the crime supervisor Janice Han who recommended the award reward said detectives believe some people who may have information of yet to come forward. Talk radio seven hundred ninety KABC sports ages lead early in Texas wanted. Nothing. Dodgers host the Mets just after seven o'clock tonight. Richhill will be on the mound that sports and seven hundred KABC traffic.

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"la county board supervisors" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"la county board supervisors" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"August I the sheriff says the trailer was secured at the. Time Evidently it wasn't the sheriff says the trailer was secured. At the time. Wasn't, couldn't stale it if those security wasn't secured at all Real quickly I'm becoming an old man I enjoy it I'm hanging, a light on it I'm not going, to fight, it, but I said to my wife today I said hey we got. To walk around, more, and she says too hot out and I. Said well let's go to. The mall, and walk around. She's what. People do, that she goes ninety year olds do that. I said let's go to the. Mall and walk around so we. Go to the ball first thing I'd do Burbank mall first, thing, I do. Is I walked straight to. Panda express boom Down to two to entree, meal And then I take. The escalator up to. See's candy don't don't hold on hold on before you get to seize what's. Your, to entree. Goto at panda oh that's. Interesting it. Depends on what fresh all right I got to see what's fresh today. Was Powell chicken and lemon, chicken, and when you say fresh you're. You're talking about what's piled high. I gotta see the high pile I can't. See the. Bottom of the, dish, all right and the lady hey. What's coming up and you'll wait you'll come away What are you. Talking about pancake spice I, went, to the mall today and purposely. To walk around and get some. Exercise and I walk in the mall I. Go right. To panic spreads, he's, seventy nine then I take the. Escalator sea's candy Oh. Did you pick. Me up a box I did that You get? Who I rely Forty more this crap LA county board supervisors has voted to expand a pilot program offering showers for homeless people locations for the mobile showers have, yet to be decided but spots near metro. Stations, have been discussed man swimming off Cape Cod has been, bitten by a shark the assistant harbourmaster.

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"la county board supervisors" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"la county board supervisors" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Know currently if she's living out that residents she is not there now but she has had some contact with the police in terms of responding there because of any type of you know mental type issue she may have been having at the time he definitely has issues so get win over again up thirty one you're alex hang have the bill of pain but the of any information you know her please contact burst by police now on social media their number facebook pages for her it's unclear not can forget if she doesn't another daughter but again police at this point is the the public held the give any information please reach often and immediately at the very latest party live from riverside elizabeth esty also five years well she's going to go to trout protective services i'm probably into foster care and this is a a foster care father who hes about the done gods work you're listening this we have that currently have about thirty five ballot than children that may look at your and than about it hundred in the air better believe that or those this is our way more difficult against roger placement for only time and time again one man continued the because he believe that every child deserve the family wow we want to think and i profoundly either were if if he does a special honor prevented by la county board supervisors to with his of resident mohamed busy week for taking in from eighty foster children over the past two decades half of them were termina me gil wow how about that is taken an eighty foster kids over the last decade or so how long the same i would do the resident mohamed been for taking in from eighty boxer children over the past two decade nights the last twenty years he took an eighty foster.

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