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"la school" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"D.C. Nathan Hager joins it world national news Nathan Oh man we've got some breaking news right now Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has pleaded guilty to violating George Floyd's civil rights this plea change means he will not have to face a federal trial on those charges next month though Chauvin could be in line for more prison time He's already been sentenced to 22 and a half years on state murder and manslaughter charges for pinning his knee to Floyd's neck until he died in May of last year Once again President Biden will play the role of consoler in chief after a natural disaster Air Force One is due to touchdown in Kentucky later this morning 5 days after the tornadoes that tore through that state and four others leaving at least 88 dead and potentially weeks of cleanup and recovery deputy White House press secretary karine Jean Pierre says the president intends to do whatever it takes for Kentucky The Alma cron variant spreads 70 times faster than delta And that's just the latest we're hearing about the highly mutated COVID strain Bloomberg's Amy Morris has more from Washington The CDC says the number of omicron cases jumped sevenfold in just one week but a university of Hong Kong study finds the infection severity is likely to be much lower Spreads within 24 hours after infection but replicates less efficiently which may signal a lower severity of the disease But the study warns not to take this lightly even if it is less severe It's wildfire spread can stretch and challenge health facilities around the world In Washington I may be more as Bloomberg radio One of the country's largest school districts is putting off a vaccine mandate for students until next year the LA unified school district originally planned for students 12 and older to be fully vaccinated by January 10th last night the school board voted to delay that until the fall Global news on air on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries Asset maps so we're here at Marshalls with Liz for some holiday shopping She's really nailing it this year Isn't she Oh yep she's got a record player for Amy A gorgeous cozy sweater for Jason And some hot pink fluffy slippers for her sister The perfect gift Wait a sec She's getting a pair for herself Well with prices this good it would be rude not to You know what She totally deserves it Oh totally Happy holidays everyone See you at Marshalls Fabulous brands Feel good prices at Marshalls You will solve the great mystery Streaming only on peacock This is Robert langdon The suspect called him I think you symbology He wants me to locate an ancient portal buried within the capitol From the author of the da Vinci code and angels and demons That's your dad People who took him want me to find a piece of a very old puzzle And executive producers Ron Howard and Brian grazer We have to finish this Or my dad is dead Dan Brown's the lost symbol All episode streaming now Only on.
"la school" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Woman Yes in particular I go now through his head Have I mentioned that I will die angry over 2016 but I also I'm not sure I'm ever going to forgive these anti vaxxers I don't care I mean most are on the right and are trumpers But this is even in LA right I mean I have a friend that I'm spoken to and ages 'cause I'm too angry I'm too angry over where we are two years in to the spent because of anti vaxxers We have 34,000 LA students have not complied with vaccine mandate In the unified there's no longer enough time for students who have not gotten their first shot to be full of vaccinated by the January 10th start of the second semester Students who are not fully vaccinated or exempt will be forced into the independent study programmer will have to leave the LA public school system There is no indication that LA unified is backing down good The compliance the compliance rate is 85% I know that sounds like a lot of kids right But the compliance rate so far is so 500 LA school district employees have lost their jobs for failing to meet the COVID vaccine requirement But that number is fewer than 1% of the 73,000 employees So Francis you have a kid obviously here in LA I say you can not back down Vaccines are saving lives And we are now at a delta surge met by anome variant Exactly Exactly With all Macron out here you everybody needs to be vaccinated And beliefs are not vaccinations Beliefs do not protect you Right Right But I you know if we didn't have stories like this White House braces for legal and political showdown over vaccine mandates If we could just pull together but I mean I have to read another headline this morning the deaths and cases deaths hospitalizations are all up We're in another I mean it's just And here we I don't know about you We've been sharing what one nerve for two years now Two years and goes lockdown And here we are before the holidays again People should say go travel no parties Right I'm gonna snap Yes Let me tell you something It texted me this morning It didn't even pack a bag It apparently had had a go bag None of us were aware of now It ditched itself cell phone I can't define my phone's not working I think it's I think it baked its own death And you know listen I don't know if you've been paying attention but I've had apocalypse going on here and I was this close to the fra Angela spider strategy I was just going to burn the house down and leave and just never come back And I had France in my house And I think I don't know I think they're gone.
"la school" Discussed on WCPT 820
"In particular Fly burger I go now through the headphones okay Have I mentioned that I will die angry over 2016 but I also I'm not sure ever going to forgive these anti vaxxers I don't care I mean most are on the right and are trumpers But this is even in LA right I mean I have a friend that I'm spoken to in ages because I'm too angry I'm too angry over where we are two years in to the spent because of anti vax We have 34,000 LA students have not complied with vaccine mandate In the unified there's no longer enough time for students who have not gotten their first shot to be full of vaccinated by the January 10th start of the second semester Students who are not fully vast or exempt will be forced into this the independent study programmer will have to leave the LA public school system There is no indication that LA unified is backing down Good The compliance the compliance rate is 85% I know that sounds like a lot of kids right But the compliance rate so far is so 500 LA school district employees have lost their jobs for failing to meet the COVID vaccine requirement But that number is let fewer than 1% of the 73,000 employees So Frances you have a kid obviously here in LA I say you can not back down Vaccines are saving lives And we are now at a delta surge met by anoma Khan variant Exactly Exactly With all Macron out here everybody needs to be vaccinated And beliefs are not vaccinations Beliefs do not protect you Right Right But I you know if we didn't have stories like this White House braces for legal and political showdown over vaccine mandates If we could just pull together but I mean I have to read another headline this morning the deaths and cases deaths hospitalizations are all up We're in another I mean it's just And here I don't know about you I'm sharing what one nerve for two years now Two years and go for the lockdown And here we are before the holidays again People say don't travel no parties Right I'm gonna snap on Yes Let me tell you something It texted me this morning It didn't even pack a bag It currently had had a go band None of us were aware of now It's ditched itself phone I can't define my phone's not working I think it's I think it makes its own death And you know listen I don't know if you've been paying attention but I've had a rat apocalypse going on here and I was this close to the fra Angela spider strategy I'm just gonna burn the house down and leave and just never come back until I had brats in my house And I think I don't know I think they're gone.
"la school" Discussed on KOMO
"Students in California must be vaccinated against Covid 19. And, of course, there's pushback. Alex Stone is following this for ABC News and spoke with GMOs tailored and size Alex, where in California are these students facing a covid vaccine requirement? Well, it's Los Angeles. The school board USD they control the on campus lives of about 600,000 students. Deciding that? Yeah. H eligible students must be vaccinated. Beginning in November. The vote being unanimous. Yeah. Yes, yes. Item passes. Thank you. Add their meeting. And it came. Taylor, after angry parents spoke mostly in Spanish, utilizing a translator, saying the board had no right to tell them what to put in their Children's bodies. That they did not want the board to do this. I don't. I'm not going to allow you to experiment with my Children. For years, Animals have been experimented on and it seems like now that's not permitted and you're going to experiment with the young Children about board members came back and said Already, many vaccines are required for students to attend schools requiring a vaccine is not new. They said. This one has been politicized by that they believe the proof is there. That with a quarter of new cases in L, a county last week, coming from schools that they need to do it that studies have shown it is safe and effective. And Dr George McKenna on the school board, he says, This is a necessary right now. You don't want to get this disease. Prayer might help, but it won't cure In this case. The political science is not medical science and doctors spoke to the board medical doctors saying the vaccines are needed at this time in history. We are being called. To move away from our individualism. And make decisions. For the greater sake of humanity, so the mandate will begin in November. Beginning in November. Students have two that are going to be in person and our age eligible have to have at least their first shot by the end of November and now other school districts Taylor here in California, including Oakland and San Francisco. They're talking about doing the same. Some smaller ones already have Culver City outside of LA did this a couple of weeks ago. L A, though now being the largest and the second largest school district in the country, overall, the largest now do this and to move forward with this plan. Obviously, the youngest of the student body can't get vaccinated. Still was that addressed at all? In these L. A unified school district meetings. It definitely was. Their hope is that by the end of November that younger students will be able to get it. Believe it. If not, they made the rule. Age eligible, so right now, anybody over 12 years old, they will be able to get it and be mandated to get it And then, as students age into that age range, then they will have to get it as well. And the school board knows they're probably going to face lawsuits are going to face legal challenges. They have throughout the pandemic for a number of different things for their at home, learning that they did, and some of the other measures that testing that they're doing right now every student in L. A U. S. C. Has to test negative once a week to be able to come to campus. And they have won most of those, if not a majority of of the challenges against the school district. They say they believe that they will probably have to battle legal challenges again, but they feel like this is what they need to do. Alex might be a little off topic, I guess but has the governor of California commented on this because I know he's in the midst of a recall election here said that this is something maybe down the road that the California State wide would have to do. He's not against this against L a doing it. He's not putting a lot of new rules into place right now and hasn't for a number of months as he's been dealing with the recall. It would seem that not make anybody angry and try to stir things up. But he has made it known that Going down the road. This is something that may need to happen. They may need to mandate schoolchildren statewide be vaccinated, But he says we're not there yet. A BCS Alex Stone with us from Los Angeles, Alex. Thank you. That's Commons. Taylor Vance Ice Coming up on 3 40 time for a beacon plumbing sports update with GMOs. Bill Schwartz and the Seahawks are healthy. 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"la school" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"Second way to sink you just coin. A great term maxine masks and vaccine. We'll just went to save time. We'll you exactly the latest on magazines. La school district's second biggest school district in the nation is going to mandate vaccines for all kids. If you wanna go to school you have to get the vaccine or you can't come to school now. Currently the vaccines are only okay for kids. Twelve and up but twelve and up. You gotta get the shot or you. Don't get to go to school. So how are people gonna react to that. Is this going to catch on across the country. I dunno and breaking news breaking news brandon. Rainy donkey brandon brandon. Listen to me when news breaks. The donkey brays right. Here's a breaking news donkey. You gotta stay awake. You got to be on your toes. You're you're hubs. Life's ruff biden. President biden is going to require that all federal workers and millions of government contractors be vaccinated against covert nineteen said a source close to a source with a source island unveil executive orders setting those requirements to day as part of a broader plan to combat the spread of the dreaded chinese bat. Fever and some mask mandates. I just saw a headline about that. This is all this is all brand new news. It's leaking out. He hasn't given his speech yet. But apparently in there somewhere. There's gonna be some mask mandate He can mandate federal employees. Get the vaccine. I don't know what he's gonna do around masks. No i don't either. I'd be guessing. But i was interested to see some news from gallup the polling organization. They're looking into How people feel about showing proof of corona virus vaccination and vaccine mandates. That sort of thing. You have to show your vaccine passport to travel by airplane. It's favored by americans sixty one to thirty nine. These sixty one to thirty nine to stay in a hotel which is much less close interaction. I mean that's a horse of a different color. No offense brand is fifty three to forty seven. Yes god events with large crowds fifty eight to forty two yes. I stayed in hotels at the height of the pandemic when everywhere a ghost town and really didn't worry about it at all. That's why you're dead dining in a restaurant. It's a narrow margin but still fifty three to forty seven. Yes you have to show your vaccine passport and go to your office or worksite. Yes fifty six to forty four now. Vaccination requirements those same same activities to travel by airplane. This is where it gets interesting. If you're vaccinated seventy-nine percent favorite but among the unvaccinated seventy six percent don't like it in similar numbers for all the different other. You know the hotel large crowds restaurant the rest of it going to work so the vaccinated or vaccines surprisingly vaccinated. Not so much mighty gallup figure that out all right. Here's where here's where. The rubber hits the ideological road. Go ahead. I saw another the other day along. Those lines i thought was interesting. Is that vaccinated. People are way more worried about catching covert then unvaccinated people. So like i guess human beings what are you going to do with. I guess it kind of makes sense you the reason you're vaccinated as you were worried about kobe. But you're vaccinated now so you don't need to really worry about it anymore. The unvaccinated crowd aren't vaccinated in a more likely to catch it but they didn't because they weren't worried about it. I a super genius or have the wisdom of solomon one in fifty million. Apparently because i was a little concerned about it. Then i got the vaccine so now i'm not concerned about it and i guess again that makes me a super genius or some people so you're people with umbrellas are still more concerned about getting rained on than people without them. That just doesn't make any sense all right anyway. All right who favors vaccine mandates. Here's where the fight begins. Yes to travel by airplane. Democrats are ninety two percent. Yes independence or split fifty. Fifty republicans are twenty nine to seventy one yester- no so huge gulf eighty three percent of democrats. Thank you should be forced to show of vaccine vaccination to stay in a hotel eighty-three percent. Do i get to take my mask off on the plane. If i show my vaccine card absolutely not okay. Then i don't wanna i don't wanna have to remember my vaccine guard. Similar numbers attend events with large crowds. Ninety percent of democrats love it seventy five percent. Republicans hate it dining in a restaurant. Eighty five percent of democrats. Want you to be required to show your proof of vaccination on and on how about work you gotta free can go to work right. Eight percent democrat. So you gotta show your vaccination to go to work Twenty four percent. Republicans significant minority agree with them but seventy six percent oppose it. So part of this would be part of it as we all know is Which side was trump on. Okay you know is that but part of it is as bill maher pointed out. I don't know where the numbers are now. But when he talked about it over the summer democrats had something like a ten fold misunderstanding of the threat of covert and bill. Maher made the point. Hey we gotta take a look at our own lefty media. He's a lefty. I'm not he said we gotta take a look at our left-wing media. What are we doing. That caused our crowd to think. Kobe is ten times more deadly than it. Actually is buzz. I recall for kids. It was like fifty or eighty times less debt. More deadly in the minds of democrat. Sir i don't know where democrats are getting their news that they're getting that impression but if i thought it was ten to fifty times more deadly than it actually is. I might react the same way in those poll numbers. Well indeed you know. I could indict. You're looking at crappy media but if you've form the opinion based on everything you encounter that it is eight times more dangerous to children than it is. You would be crazy not to be sure cautious about it. So you know. It's an indictment of the media more than the thinking but The fact that liberal media just systemically fearmongering crappy on the tv and its ratings are dying but its website is still quite well used. It's a popular news website They are fearmongers number. One about corona virus twist any headline any story to make it as scary as humanly possible. Where did i see these numbers. I should those backup. I think ian bremmer put him out but it was the amount of negative coverage about vid in the united states media versus Other countries were just way more into pointing out every bad example. That happens if a kid has a breakthrough case and dies. It makes the you know Beginning of the hour on. Abc every cable new. Show to try to frighten you into thinking. That's a likelihood for your kid is opposed to. It's like you know getting attacked by a shark while you had a winning lottery ticket in your hand which is closer to reality. Yeah what's that call is the fallacy of rarity or something like that if something's rare extraordinary gets a lot of attention and because it gets a lot of attention people think it's common anyway one more thought and as always as always it's it's the iron law of discussing the fao ci da- zach flu neither gallup. Anybody involved mentions people who have natural immunity and that's millions and millions of people in that natural immunity may be depending on what study look at Equal tour far superior to vaccinated immunity and nobody ever frigging brings it up when they're discussing the huge limitations on our liberty. I'm for we take a break. I just saw this headline. I want you to explain it to me. See if you can. While sales of new cars declined last year the overlending sector exploded. The did you say overlending. They said over landing. Anybody have any idea what over landing is as a car buying sector. I guess but i'd be guessing. Do you do a lot of over watering in your vehicles. Or what overland. Oh boy what's your do or not. What your guests over by car. No what's overland vehicles. But their contrast. They're saying it's interesting because the lack of new car sales car sales were down overall but over landing exploded. I don't have a single clue. I guess i'll have to google. That i was told was road off road off road vehicles when they say road and said overlending. What's your sources that a british ism. Maybe it's in the something stink. And brits would what they're puddings in their crooked teeth right right in there at the end of the word shop. General motors announced that miss this somehow temporarily shutting down eight north american manufacturing plants. Because he can't get any name. Dangles conductor semiconductor chips. I don't know what ford's doing if they got a secret stash of them or what but so it looks like some planes or taken off today. The taliban was holding hostage. Despite the fact that the administration won't say that's what happened. It looks like they're leaving. What did we give them. How much did we give them to allow those planes to fly that.
LA school district, teachers union reach tentative agreement to reopen schools in April
"Los Angeles school officials and the teachers union reach a tentative agreement to reopen schools. KNX radios Bob Brill, with more deal between the school district and its teachers means all Children should be back in the classroom. By the end of April, the key issue for teachers was having access to vaccines for all district employees. Once that was a great to the rest fell into place for teachers union president specially by our cruise. It has been a painful and difficult year for everyone, and we hope that today's agreement will move us one step closer. To normal. Our new normal fire crews emphasizes was a deal based not only on health and safety but in science. Bob Grill for CBS News LOS Angeles The
LA school board cuts police officers from schools, diverts $36M to support Black students
"Department for the nation's second largest school district. That force is going to get smaller Police officers on Ella campuses are being replaced by staff trained in conflict resolution and de escalation and $36 million will be diverted away from school police tow. Black student achievement Plan the L. A school board voting to cut a third of the sworn school Police force Superintendent Austin Buechner. We've been systematically failing black Children as a country that schools have to be part of the solution in our school police officers who do remain will be banned from using pepper spray on students. Alex Stone, ABC
LA school board cuts police officers from schools, diverts $25M to support Black students
"The board overseeing the Los Angeles Unified School District has cut $25 million from the budget for school police and we use the money to help fund in achievement plan for black students. The plan approved by the school board will cut 70 sworn officers, 62 non sworn officers and one support staff position that will leave the force with 211 officers. The $25 million that other money will create a $36.5 million fun for the new black student achievement plan. Aimed at 53 schools that have high numbers of African American students and below average proficiency in math and English. Among other
Los Angeles students won't get any failing grades amid pandemic: Officials
"LA school district has decided to keep classrooms closed through at least the end of the summer superintended Austin Buehler says there's still too much uncertainty to send students and teachers back to schools the facts and circumstances will continue to change but we will not reopen school facilities still state and local health authorities tell us how it is safe and appropriate to do so user says the class of twenty twenty will have a virtual graduation ceremony he also says students grades will not go down for the remainder of the school year but students can earn higher
"la school" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Thirty seven cases of corona virus in their county raising the total to four sixty four no new deaths have been reported that number is still for the LA school district says two more grabbing those centers have been opened to help keep students and some parents fed during the stay at home orders but school superintendent Austin pewter says the biggest challenge is to the transition nearly five hundred thousand students and seventy five thousand employees to online learning all remotely imagine trying to change the seats on an airplane and maybe some of the wiring will continue to fly at thirty thousand feet in the midst of a terrible thunderstorm in a plain low on fuel the shift online learning in our schools is a bit more difficult than that only about sixty eight percent of LA high school students are participating in online lessons the owner says the district needs to provide the tools and technologies needed and train all students families and educators on how to use them the Nixon library in Yorba Linda has been working with live stream and the red cross told a series of blood drives vice president Jim Byron says they're completely abiding by social distancing restrictions all of our chairs are set at least six feet apart everything is spaced out people are here are wearing masks we have hand sanitizers all throughout the grounds Byron says the library has for blood drive scheduled over the next two weeks so far and the plan is to add more he says people can walk right in without an appointment or sign up on the Nixon library website the country's largest newspaper publisher has announced it's cutting pay and hours of newsroom employees by twenty five percent for the next three months due to the decline in advertising dollars get it media says that the corona virus pandemic is because businesses to shut down that would typically advertise in newspapers the company is also requiring five A. furloughs for each of those three months get it on their own more than one hundred daily newspapers including USA today and nearly one thousand weekly newspapers and Joe Biden has a new podcast why am I doing this for first so we can keep talking to each other and we can all right we're not gather in large public spaces for but I want you to know that I'm with.
"la school" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"From the calf I twenty four hour news from Louisiana has moved to postpone its presidential primary because of the corona virus pandemic if it happens it would be the first state to do so Louisiana's chief elections officer has asked the governor to postpone the state's April fourth primary election for two months because of covert nineteen the president is expected to declare a national state of emergency today that announcements expected at noon we'll bring that to you live on KFI the second largest school district in the country is shutting down because of concerns about spreading the corona virus almost seven hundred thirty five thousand students go to public schools in LA school board president Richard Atlantic says students and staff deserve extraordinary care that's the way we've always operated children first campuses will be closed for two weeks starting Monday LA school district in a statement says the decision to shut down schools was not easy or one it took lightly LA city mayor Garcetti says to help this a slow the spread of the corona virus he's closing city hall to non employees I'm ordering our general managers to develop plans to stagger visitors in public buildings to no more than fifty at a time LA county supervisor Barger said at next week's board meeting has been canceled until next steps are determined these protective and cautious measures are being put into place to help us mitigate further implications of the virus and contain the transmissions both Garcetti and Barger an ounce yesterday that many major events have been canceled or postponed more than forty three thousand people have signed a petition to expel students who yelled corona virus at Vietnamese students in garden Grove in a viral video two girls can be seen shoving a hand in the face of an Asian student wearing a mask and mocking Vietnamese students at a cultural center.
"la school" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Corsetti live from the Q. five twenty four hour news room another former student has filed a claim against the LA school district over claimed she was molested by former high school wrestling coach Terry Gillard the woman who is now twenty one says she was fifteen when Gillard began sexually abusing her and it continued until she turned eighteen at least eleven other former students have also sued Gillard was sentenced in October to seventy one years in prison for dozens of sex crimes the school district has not returned a request for comment the interim city council has voted to approve a deal to sell angel stadium for three hundred and twenty five million to a group led by angels owner art Marino the forty two vote is expected to ensure the team stays in Anaheim at least through twenty fifty democratic presidential candidate Pete Booton judge says the demonstrate demonization of Latinos must stop in fact he says it's time to build a national museum to honor Latinos judges spoke to a small invitation only crowd here at mount San Antonio college we need to build a culture of belonging is not just policy it's the tone that comes from the highest office in the land the judge took a few questions I met with supporters like Jack when Lara who's from Columbia I ask in is funny is what he's doing in your head on my their single she says but a judge told her he wants to make sure she gets healthcare and the means to empower herself at mount sac Steve Gregory KFI news president trump has accepted an invitation from house speaker Nancy Pelosi to address Congress on the state of the union the invitation was sent just days after the house voted to impeach the president the speech will be given February fourth let's take a look at the traffic.
"la school" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Years like this more than thirty six hundred dollars Thomas Starr king school thirty six hundred dollars doesn't sound like a lot but what we're able to do when you get really resourceful is make a huge difference an impact on kids we search the California state controller's office database for unclaimed property in this case it's generally checks that have gone on cast for at least three years and end up with the state we discovered more than five hundred and eighty thousand dollars for the LA school district including almost two hundred and forty thousand to individual schools money most administrators seem to have forgotten about doesn't make sense it doesn't make sense the Howard Jarvis taxpayers association gives the district a failing grade after we showed them what we found if they walked into a room and found a hundred dollar bill on the floor with the pick it up they should pick up their money we found checks for thousands of dollars that have been sitting for years thirty seven thousand from so cal gas dating back to twenty fourteen that's enough money to buy fifteen thousand notebooks twenty nine thousand from State Farm that could get you one hundred and fifty two thousand pencils thousands from coca Cola for the schools share a vending machine money ten thousand dollars from apple sitting idle since two thousand seven it's impossible to tell what it's for but since it's do the LAUSD education foundation it could have been a donation that was never cashed is mystifying how did they not know and we discover the largest amount to any single school was here in Birmingham community charter. hi in van Nuys more than twenty four thousand dollars your question and how was sitting around for so long well you know what being a new principle I think you you question everything without new money will this district bankrupt let's have that conversation when you look at the budget it comes just months after the district was crying poverty thanking voters to pass measure II attacks to raise money it was opposed by the Jarvis foundation and ultimately rejected by voters and what they would like is for the taxpayers to just think all the time that the solution is higher taxes but the solution is usually better management we should be collecting this we should be collecting all of it you know school board members Jackie Goldberg says this cash was probably overlooked in the bureaucracy shouldn't you look at your own house before you start asking for money outside Lee and I'm sure that they look a lot of places they probably didn't look at this particular thing we tried to talk to LA U. S. D. superintendent Austin beauty who refuse numerous requests for an interview his office issued a statement saying in part every quarter Los Angeles unified reviews California's unclaimed property database to identify funds that belong to the district but as we pointed out some of the funds are more than ten years old and these days every dollar counts I would love to see that money be able to make it back to school sites in order to make sure that we're able to find some things that we might not be able to otherwise now the district in Birmingham high claim that they tried to get some of that money in the past but for some reason they say their claims were denied now they say they'll try again. hi David gold rate report but it's interesting competent bundling sure bye bye employees my school employees who get paid tax money and they can't even cash a check properly. but they sure quick to claim that they're they're out of money. what what ratchets. when we come back well up in Bakersfield lovely Kern county they may try to arrest their way out of the homeless problem we'll give you the story because it's a radical approach from the el Segundo times nasty Johnny can KFI Deborah mark as news federal investigators say they have not figured out what caused the boat fire that killed dozens of people near Santa Cruz island investigators from the FBI and the a TF spent two weeks reviewing the wreckage of the dive boat it's still unknown where and how the fire started on Labor Day officials say thirty four people were killed from smoke inhalation before the boat sank some remaining parts of the boat have been sent in for further testing the NTSB has its own investigation into the boat fire that report could take up to a year to finish and rolling back KFI news the news is brought to you by excel I dot com gas prices in LA county of seeing their highest daily increase since July of twenty fifteen prices in the county shot up nearly seven cents today to an average of three ninety seven a gallon prices went up more than six cents yesterday the average price for a gallon of gas in the south land is about eighteen cents higher than it was just a week ago the auto club says unplanned maintenance issues at refineries are the main reason some people live in Newport beach could have to pay big Bucks for a little extra space the California coastal commission is considering the fines for homeowners who have extended their yards on the land that is technically public beach letters detailing the problem have been mailed to about a dozen homes on Balboa peninsula points along allows for a single fine of up to thirty thousand dollars and then a thousand dollars per day is also another eleven thousand dollar fine they could be tacked on for obstructing public access in Orange County Chris and Carla okay fine uses CDC has confirmed more than eight hundred cases of vaping related illnesses across the country twelve deaths have been confirmed but there could be more CDC principal deputy director and shook it says people who vape should be cautious he recommended people consider referring. from use of the E. cigarette vaping product particularly those containing THC she says young people are not immune from the southern California Toyota dealers traffic.
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"Is the headline of the story is the cost for these things can be three hundred thirty nine thousand dollars people like what are this? Has all this is all preposterous. Okay, through they took three million dollars to build a shelter for forty five people right now it's three hundred thirty nine thousand for a toilet to staffer, Jerry, a big chunk of it is the train attendant says, is preposterous twenty percent Jess criminal activity. That's going on here. There are warning contracts to politically connected people. They're probably getting kickbacks, this is this is not going to have any effect on, on all the vagrants defecating the street none. You're not gonna notice any different. They'll be too few restrooms that are way too expensive and eventually, they'll be in the restrooms and they'll be having sex. At injected themselves with heroin in there. They claim to have trained attendance. There twelve hours a day brings a cost of one hundred seventeen grand a year trained attendance. What's the attendant gonna do when the intended opens the door, and there's two guys having sex inside what what's the training? He says, get out. Yeah. He says, get out adding administration, toilet rental and other costs that total is three hundred thirty nine thousand dollars. What's the attendant to when one guys injecting another guy with heroin? What's he gonna do pull the needle out? This. This is another boondoggle. This is this is another version of high speed rail again they've plays when you're dealing with the huge homeless probably gloves at able to control because they don't care about solving the problem, what they have is they got a billion dollars with that stupid proposition, h they got a billion dollars and they're partially now to all the politically connected all their friends all their family members. All right. When we come back, we go to a place that I don't know that we've ever really talked about in the John and Ken show. But it sure is in the news the Dominican Republic for two reasons. A former well-known baseball player was shot in the back yesterday. And on top of that, a barricades are dying at some of the resorts there, and it's very mysterious next John and Ken KFI, Debra Mark has news. The LA school district has been sued by nine students who claim they've been abused by a former.
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"To five percent. Let me an extra hundred that's maybe double, what would otherwise be her share. But not forty percent of a lot of work. Come on work. Share? Yeah. Nothing. Thanks for coming on the old Handel show. All right, Michelle. Relied on Kampot poll shows turn out decide whether voters in LA, approve attacks hike for schools e is sixteen cents per square foot parcel tax supporters, say it would raise about six billion dollars for the LA school district Opole from Provo ski research shows the measure would fail if turnout is less than ten percent. But it also finds the measure on next week's it would pass with a seventeen percent turnout. The poll separately found that a plurality of voters say students do not get a good education in the LA school district. The prospect of property tax increase for schools was key ending the teachers strike earlier this year. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news. A student who's been outspoken about discrimination says she was attacked at the university of Laverne the woman told cops, he was attacked in a stairwell by a man and a ski mask, this student says she doesn't feel safe walking to class. So scared, like, I try not I try to park close. This student says, of course it's about race as a woman of color. I think that's really terrifying to know that it's to that. Point. And it's not just something that you see on the news. It's like we are the news. Now, smoking backpack was recently found in the same students car causing the school to shut down some classes. Cops say they're still investigating to see if the attacks and several social media threats are hate crimes at the university of Laverne corporate Carson KFI Orange County says more than one hundred fifty homeless people who died last year had signed up for county healthcare. Supervisor Andrew doses the county's Cal Optima program has sixty million dollars for healthcare outreach tied up in red tape instead of helping the homeless, they don't really know maybe what type of services, they need, so without some kind of outreach and engagement type of efforts, we wouldn't even know where to start to provide service, does the money was set aside for months ago, but only forty seven of the county's almost seven thousand homeless people have been treated since the supervisor has called for the money to be used immediately before, more people die metros halfway done. Rebuilding the blue line Long Beach mayor, Robert Garcia says the southern part of the rail line will start up service again Saturday every single. Station in Long Beach through Compton will now be open. Officially Riveria excited about when the southern service route.
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"But then perfect. We have a great episode upcoming. It will come in another day or show. Excellent. It's got Michelle. Mark thompson. Thanks, buddy. You're thanks. Glenn Walker to live on KFI. Two thousand dollars to spend on weird stuff. Our, you know, normal stuff to you freak out your next chance to win is coming up tomorrow morning at five twenty. Hey. Moss Angeles, Orange County and iheartradio station. Reading the riot act. I'm Erin bender live from the KFI. Twenty four hour newsroom. LA county supervisors have lit up. The new sheriff about his decision to rehire a fire deputy sheriff and away though, reinstated deputy who had been let go over accusations of domestic abuse and stalking supervisor Sheila culed made the rare move of criticizing the sheriff in public. It seemed like your own attitude was well a domestic violence victim if they don't speak right up. How serious can it be Vienna? Waiver says the deputy should have stayed with the department all along it did not rise to the level of the discharge. It was artificially elevated to discharge after the fact he says the deputy will get back pay in downtown LA. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news. A psychologist says the sheriff's position could roll back years if advancements in women trusting law enforcement, I'm Steve Gregory. Think it's going to cause many women to slow down and be more afraid to come forward thinking that oh telling the truth doesn't even work anymore. Dr Wendy wall says Vienna is rehiring of an accused abuser sends a bad message. And it's wrong for the sheriff to discount a woman's story because she waited awhile to come forward because they need to get inner strength. It's a really scary thing to speak up against your perpetrator, Steve, Gregory, Kate. If I knew the Elliott school board has voted to put a moratorium on new charter school's board member Richard Vlado Ludovic says a study will look at the impact of charters all the legislation was never meant to supplant the district. But only supplemented says the pause on new charters will last eight to ten months. The moratorium will not affect existing charter schools. LA's mayor has made a decision on a quest for the presidency. So I have decided not to throw my hat into the ring to run for president in two thousand twenty mayor Garcetti says he came to a final decision within the past twenty four hours. But the teacher strike was a kick in the pants. I realized that this is what I meant to do. This is where I want to be Garcetti says he wasn't. Influenced by Kamla Harris's decision to jump into the race. But I said from the beginning nobody jumping in was what this decision is about. You can never make that decision. Garcetti says his decision was reinforced by the field of democratic candidates who have already declared at city hall. Chris ancarlo KFI. News officials from Venezuela had met with VP Pence to make a plan for ousting its President Nicolas Maduro Carlos Vecchio, a diplomat for the US recognized opposition leader one glide oh says Medeiros backed by Cuba. So clear..
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"For for local districts to weigh in on how it affects learning conditions were. Conditions. And that's why it's now in the contract. This state piece is very interesting. Richard Slavic on the LA school board. We agreed as part of the conversations coming out of this agreement. We agreed that Richard Vladavic who took a lot of leadership. Here would introduce a resolution the school board of that would appeal to the governor to actually place a moratorium or a cap on charter schools in Los Angeles. But what do you say to parents who say, Well, I I want to have the option of sending my kid to a charter. I can't afford a private school district school is not a good school. I don't feel comfortable sending my kid there. And I'm happy I have the charter option what I would say to those parents is number one. We should all be committed to reinvesting in our existing schools the district schools or charter schools. That's just common sense that you don't keep on growing. If you're stretching existing schools too thin in terms of their resources. And then the second thing I would say is that there's not a if we play some moratorium or a cap or if the state. It acts to do. So it's not gonna it's not gonna close down charter schools that are doing what they need to do. We'll talk to you about how you're going to work with superintendent Austin going forward, he really was made by the union and by you as as really the face the opposition during the strike the enemy really how do you now repair that relationship to work productively together? Well, look, the mayor played a good role in helping to mediate one of the really encouraging things that came out is all of us doubled down in our support.
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"Pelosi. We've made a breakdown her travel cost. You know, there's the big trip. She was going to take. That Trump cancelled big trip to the Middle East and stuff. So we got those travel costs, and it will give you a reminder of how much money she was spending back in the day when she was speaker of the house last time around including her booze Bill. Good good. Okay. So Cortez remains the news. This woman is actually she's it's frightening. When you listen to her and just imagine a world in which people like her in charge because what they will do is. They will they will impose restrictions on your life. That are unimaginable. Just think of places like Venezuela. So we got that for you in her own words. It hurled words we've got that for you. We've got Donald Trump collie out Nancy. Well, Nancy keeps calling these border barriers immoral. And he's saying Nancy if they're so immoral where insisting we tear down all the ones we have up right now. L A school LA schools are continuing in strike mode today. And I've got facts and figures to show you how the the schools in LA. It's the second largest school district in the United States the schools. There are terrible the education. That's not taking place is unbelievable. So we'll talk about that. People are still ticked off about the saints. Rams that bad call. Yeah, they are. And they're calling for now you've got like five hundred thousand people have signed a petition to redo the game. That's great. And then you're getting bigwigs. You know, you're getting all sorts of people checking in saying, that's it. I'm done by boycotting cheese. What's what's the guy's name? Sheri, the guy from New Orleans the great jazz artists, Jerry, contrary, cutting junior. Yeah. Yeah. He's he say, that's it. I'm boycotting. I'm doing the Super Bowl this year. Need a new New Orleans born and bred. Then you've got. I mean, this is how crazy it was during the patriots game. KM BC. They're a TV station in Kansas City. They actually have video of two instances where lasers laser lights were pointed. At Brady's face and elements face during the game to distract them or blind temporary earlier, whatever Jesus amazing. Wow, people are just nuts. So we got all that for you. We've got the transbay transit center here in San Francisco, which remains closed. It's the the big bus station to nowhere excuse me. The train station. Nowhere. That's been closed because of structural defects. Right after it resulted, it was closed this the two point two billion dollar transit center, which was seven hundred million over budget. I mean think about that for starters. But now that it's closed the city of San Francisco saving something like five hundred thousand dollars a month. See? Close close good with that. It's so good. Let me see we have member the member the copy couple that dot the couple died where they fell off Yosemite Taft point. Oh, yes. And it's just a sad story. It's like what taking a selfie, and then they fall off the cliff. Well, intoxicated we now find out. Oh, no. That makes it that's that's even worse to go to even attempt to go up. There intoxicated. We have Democrats wanting to ban congressman from living in their offices. This an interesting story because to the best of my knowledge was only Republicans living their offices, and this has been going on for the longest time. For example, one guy who lived in his office, literally all these years has been Paul Ryan former speaker of the house literally lived in his office, and they do this to cut costs because they don't have the deep pockets of Nancy Pelosi. They can't afford a home. You know, they've got their house back in their their congressional district that they wanna maintain obviously. And these guys don't have the deep pockets of Nancy Pelosi and others so the house arranged this was gosh. This was it was when they had that revolution of all these new young conservatives coming into office early two thousands of Bush years. So they said, well, okay. You know, you guys can live in your office if you want so these guys literally in their office. Now, of course that Nancy is in charge. She wants that stopped. Gosh. Okay. So we've got that for you. Oh, more companies offering free two day shipping. Get to that. We're going to cover everything this morning. And the Taiwanese flight attendant who says she was forced to wipe a fat passengers but the phone. Got it. Job description yesterday was blue Monday. How did you feel yesterday? Folks, you probably didn't feel good. If you weren't listening to this show because yesterday's show is top notch. I know Martin Luther King day a lot of people have the day off. Yesterday was the worst day of the year for some people because they finally realize jeez. Grab those all those resolutions. I've made a lot of them. So that's what they call blue Monday. Today. You realize you failed yourself? Blue Monday, Sherry somewhere. There's a song about blue Monday old old time to classic classic. We'll find that. We'll play it on a Tuesday. Hottest housing market. San jose. We've got that for you. It's the cold and cough season as well cold and cough season. As you know in your elbows, folks, what's that? I said into your elbows, folks, not your hands coffee. I talked to your. Although I'm just kind of looking around my world. I've not noticing all that many people sick right now. Now, I'm noticing it more here at work around people. I'm not around all all day long. Hacking human what they're saying is chocolate may work better than cough syrup to suppress a cough. Certainly tastes better. I'm on board with that, certainly. And then finally remember that video we had not finally, but just look at it this list. I've got several lists of stuff. We're gonna be talking about today on this list. The finally as remember that video of the mom and Minnesota who took a turn. And then her two year old flew out of the car and a car seat just landed upright and some guy stopped his vehicle to stop traffic to save the kid, right? And we're wondering what the heck was going on with her. So she's finally been charged. She was charged because she failed to fasten the seat belt properly and didn't firmly close the door. See this makes me think what else was going on with her to have her be so distracted and responsible. Well, I don't know. I don't have the she she had an instructional permit for driving. I'm guessing based upon her name. She's probably not from the United States initially kind of looks like one of those religion to piece names, and yeah, that's the deal. She had shared its structural permit when she was driving fit well face if we know where she's from. They don't do the car seats probably. That whole video that video was so scary, really, scary scary and child endangerment gross. Gross misdemeanor, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. Good good. At least they charged her. Okay. So what else is going on twelve minutes? Fast by what else is happening here. What's the pop? And what's the Papa got lots of food? News today too. Good. Oh, good. And and it's beyond chocolate better than cough syrup. I've got a group of mall shoppers caught on camera. Jumping the counter at a Philly cheese steak place mall in Houston. Just a total Malay. It's all because of a card that was declined. And they're throwing stuff. And then what I love is. It's kind of a racial thing because you've got a mini race war. So it's black kids that are going nuts because the car didn't work, and then you've got Hispanics on the other side of the counter working. So it's this really interesting race where the takes place, and the Hispanics and the other side of the or they start throwing stuff back. So into a food fight fo man, but was it really food. It was like objects. I saw like a napkin dispenser. Go one way. And then I saw like a milkshake, please. Wasn't the straws was it. Oh, no. They through straws to stride. This just I'm thinking, wait a second. Wait, I thought only straws were in the ocean. These days in in the belly of fish, so. So we got that. We got the Domino's customer who shot at a store window over a pizza order that was wrong. And then we've got this is interesting. Bon Jovi owns a restaurant in New Jersey. And Jon Bon Jovi, and he of course, he's a native of New Jersey and he's giving away free meals to furloughed government workers. Okay. Good KFC debuts the gravy scented candle again. And then we've got the the the little girl this is Christmas video. So it's a little old, but we just found it's new to us. This is the little five year old who she? Was Chris Christie at her Christmas wish was a Taco Bell gift card? She's five years old. Girls got a priority straight. She opens this thing up on video and just goes nuts. You would think it was like a trip to Disneyland or Disney World the lottery. Oh, yeah. Lottery lottery. So that's it. Those are all the reasons I gave you about twenty five reasons to stick around for the case of a morning show. You're just five o'clock that could only listen from five to five thirty. I gotta get going. Well, see all the stuff. You would miss. That's why we have the podcast the case vote are coming back, and you can listen to the whole dang show. Okay. All right, five fifteen. Traffic right now a little slow out. There this morning. We do have a problem on northbound eight eighty this is at Fifth Avenue off ramp. Everybody is okay. We do have CHP officers on the scene. Apparently, they took out part of that guardrail over the side. So you're going to be noticing crews out there cleaning that up along with the tow truck and some slowing traffic if you're traveling into San Francisco the bay bridge toll plaza good news, no injuries off to the right hand side with this. Fender bender also no metering lights just yet. So it looks like this'll be out of the way shortly and traffic will continue to be moving nicely. Eastbound five eighty as you approach grove way, we have a vehicle over to the right shoulder. And if you are taking Bart right now. Good news. No problems to report. Message and data rates may apply. Earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country might sound impossible to fit into your workload..
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"Tune in here with your news is Vic Vaughn, thanks so much, Patty. Good morning. It's mostly cloudy and thirteen degrees at O'Hare a man shot and killed another man inside a shopping mall last night in the southwest suburbs. Orland park police chief Tim McCarthy is not saying or whether or not they've made an arrest yet. He tells channel line that happened just after six thirty pm. There's a lot of people nearby. Orleans square mall at seven o'clock was in a the center mall area. He says the man killed knew the shooter and that another man suffered a great shooter ran out on football was placed on lockdown. It has since been evacuated and closed an Illinois court may run out of money soon. That's according to a federal judge downstate who says it's due to the ongoing partial government shutdown WGN clip in reports chief judge Michael Reagan of the federal district court for the southern district of Illinois says a lapse in funding could undermine the judicial system. Reagan says the courts roughly one hundred employees that they're getting paid. But if the shutdown continues past February eighth they won't receive a salary until the government fully reopens. He also says jurors for criminal trials won't get their per diem until the government's fully-funded. Don, cleven WGN news. Sandra gets back to work later today. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell is preparing a vote on President Trump's proposal to reopen. The government Democrats are expected to unite against that proposal. It includes the same. Five point seven billion dollar wall. Funding requests that the president has previously asked for as well as temporary protections for certain immigrant groups. Now speaker Nancy Pelosi is expected to introduced a separate set of bills, including one that has a billion dollars in border security, but no money for wall construction. There've been at least two fatal avalanches over the past several days to skiers trapped last week in an avalanche in house, New Mexico. Have since died of injuries then yesterday man was killed in Colorado in an avalanche southeast of Ashcroft and today will be day six of teachers strike in Los Angeles. Talks are expected to continue later this morning between the LA school district and the union that represents those.
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"Debra Mark has news and firefighters have rescued that horse. That was stuck in a dumpster. In Huntington beach, crews put a harness on the horse lifted lifted him out with a forklift, but we don't know how that horse did get into that been, but we do have a happy ending there. The LA teachers strike is now gone on a full school week. This teacher tells NBC four she was a student thirty two years ago when the last strike in the LA school district happened. Although I understood it at the time, I didn't build it. Until now the union says the bargaining session started yesterday afternoon went until midnight more talks are scheduled this weekend. Teachers and their supporters met up once again grand park in downtown LA. They called it. The let the sunshine in rally because similar gatherings earlier this week were held in rainy conditions. The bigger lines around L A could be getting a lot more company. Thousands of hotel workers say they could go on strike any day United here. Local eleven's Kirk Kirk rather Peterson says workers are looking for better pay and benefits. What's going on? Is we the workers at the line are trying to win twenty five dollars an hour. Higher pension and more job security the line hotel. In Korea town is one of sixteen businesses where workers could strike workers and striking. Teachers Mark marched together this afternoon. The news is brought to you by exceleye dot com. Job market numbers are up in LA county. The unemployment rate sits at four point eight percent in L A county up from four point seven percent in November. There's more people coming into labor market. In fact, Robert Lee with the state's employment development department says the number of people employed in the county right now is at a record high people are coming out of the sidelines. Those people that were discouraged glimmer of hope he says leisure and hospitality jobs led the way, but a lot of retail jobs, mostly driven by the holidays were also added in Orange County. The jobless rate held steady at two point eight percent in December. Monica Rix, KFI news. A former Chicago police officer convicted of killing a black teen has been sentenced to more than six and a half years in prison Jason Van Dyke shot McDonald sixteen times in two thousand fourteen the form. Officer told the court the last thing he wanted to do that day was shoot McDonald that he said he feared for his life and for other officers. Mcdonald's great uncle Martin hunter red a victim impact statement in court which was written as if by his seventeen year old nephew. I'm real victim of murder. And that can never be changed..
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"Besides are saturated, and we're hearing heavier rain is on the way. We'll get that forecast. From the national weather service in just a moment. The head of the LA school district says a field trip could help the teacher strike five. Oh, five we'll talk with ABC's. Karen travers. Democrats passed up a lunch at the White House with the president yesterday. So does that mean these talks have completely broken off when it comes to ending this partial government shutdown, and then it's six five it's handle on the news. Let's start by talking about this weather with the national weather service meteorologist, Kathy hawks the I, Kathy. Good morning. Hey, good morning, Jennifer. So man this morning. I know when I was heading into work. I walked out to my truck. Everything was great. I got in the truck all of a sudden downpour from about Glendora to about the two on the two ten and it just seemed like the rain off and on yesterday kind of felt like that too would be nothing for a little while. And then when it did start boom it was heavy. Yeah. It's going to be a lot more steady. Rainfall though, once we get going today that sporadic stuff you had when you got one out to your truck will continue through the morning, but then we're gonna just ramp up starting this afternoon. So the heavier rain is in fact, they're gonna come as this third storm. I think one of your colleagues earlier this week and his name is totally escaping me. Right now. I want to say it's Todd said that it was. Yeah. You said it was going to be that one Wednesday into Thursday that was going to be the real killer this week. Yeah. I it's definitely looking very wet as wet or more. So than even the one that we got on Monday. So we're going to ramp up starting in the afternoon, but by the evening in in the overnight hours. It's that's when the heaviest rain is gonna come so Thursday morning commute time should not be fun. Now, I'm sure that you're not surprised to hear that you've got those more than two hundred homes in Malibu under the mandatory evacuation orders because those hillsides or saturated is that the case in most of the burn areas right now. Well, it's really up to the local authorities to decide what at what point they evacuate the residents. But we're definitely after having three.