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"Gaza Strip. Israeli Defense forces announced this afternoon that they are sending ground troops into Gaza. A major escalation in the conflict there on press play. Another note here take earlier today before that announcement, and that this is, of course, a developing story. I'm Larry Parole, Let's indeed press play. My expectation hope is that Uh, S O B. Closing down sooner than later. But Israel has a right to defend itself when you have thousands of rockets flying into your territory, but I had a conversation for a while with with the Prime minister of Israel, and I think that My hope is that we'll see this coming to conclusions sooner than later. President Biden yesterday addressing the violence that's erupted in the Gaza Strip and Israel for days. Now Palestinians have fired rockets toward Israel and Israeli air strikes in Gaza yesterday led to the collapse of this 14 story building that reportedly housed a TV station run by Hamas. Civilians have been killed as you'll hear from this Palestinian man standing near the burned out wreckage of a small car in Gaza, he says was hit by an Israeli airstrike. What should I say? This is a crime. They were civilians. A woman, her Children, A barber and a shopping is the people who were at the scene. They didn't hit a Milton to our leader were civilians sleeping in our homes? Further inland in the town of Load halfway between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv Street.
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"Is NPR news. And this is KCRW. I'm Larry Parole. Thanks so much for being with us literally coming up. In just moments. We have local headlines as well coming up, including what A bill addressing police misconduct in the state could mean for police officers and wise solution to get workers back on the job at a hotel in Santa Barbara could be in the works after this. Hi. It's Mary Louise Kelly from NPR. And you are listening to KCRW. It is your NPR station with national and local news plus award winning culture programming and unparalleled music. It is KCRW and it's all yours. Stay tuned. Verdict heard around the world. But now what? What about policing writ large. We want to divest from a system of policing that puts targets on the backs of black people and also of brown people and poor people way want to take back our dollars and we want to invest them in things that actually make communities state Steve, do you think is here on this episode of greater L. A. There are lots of ideas about de funding the police or reforming the police. But there is consensus about what modern day policing is right now it's there to make more affluent people feel safe. We want the violence and the gangs and the trauma contained to make sure it doesn't go north of the 10 and west of La Cienega. Our system of policing is enforcing an order that is dependent on the privileged safety. Neighborhoods like mine, public safety, with or without the cops after the news, and I'm Larry PAROLE. Here's what's happening at 6 30. The.
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"Jury selection today in the murder trial of a former Minneapolis police officer accused in the death of George Floyd is on temporary hold. Eric Showman is the officer who pressed his neon to Floyd's neck for nearly nine minutes last May, killing him. Floyd staff reverberated around the world, setting off months of broader protests about race and social injustice. MPR's Adrian Florido is covering the trial. The prosecution and the defense are waiting resolution from higher court on Whether the state will be allowed to add a third degree murder charge against Chauvet. In addition to the second degree murder and manslaughter charges he already faces the state doesn't want to start jury selection until it knows all of the charges that it's going to be pursuing against show Vin The judge in this case, Peter Cahill doesn't seem inclined to delay the jury selection much longer. But he did give the state a little bit of time to pursue its options. At least until tomorrow morning. NPR's Adrian Florido The Biden administration is offering $250 million and grant money for states and local governments to reach out to underserved and minority communities in an effort to get those most vulnerable, vaccinated against covert 19. Nice president Kamila Harris. Please do work with us to put equity at the center of our collective response to identify those individuals and communities who have been overlooked. And to connect them with the resource is that are available Last week, California became the first state to set aside 40% of vaccine supply to inoculate mostly people of color who make up Only 17% of those who have received shots So far. These are communities that have been disproportionately hit by the pandemic. Stocks finished mixed on Wall Street today, as shares of Apple and other tech companies dip. The tech heavy NASDAQ lost 310 points. This is NPR. And this is KCRW with your state and local headlines at 3 32. I'm Larry Parole, Henry County leaders will consider new steps tomorrow to counter a rise in hate incidents. Hate is real. It's dangerous. And just like Colbert Hate can spread rapidly if not addressed. Head on, that is L. A county supervisor Holly Mitchell. She joined D A. George Gascogne, members of the County Commission on human Relations and others today to call for stepping up efforts to identify, investigate and prosecute haste. It hate incidents in Los Angeles. Robin Toma is the executive director of the Human Relations Commission. She says l. A has not been immune from a spike in hate incidents nationwide, particularly against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. We have had an increase. In hate crimes in L, a county for six straight years. When we did our last full year report, you gotta hit our highest level in 10 years. Hong Leave, also spoken today's press conference. She was accosted by a man in a restaurant a few months ago. Hong says the man handed her a business card and asked her out on a date when she told them that she was married. He even snatched the business card from me. And told me to go back to Asia. This then followed by two minutes of hateful, derogatory rations. Well, in the years since the pandemic started, nearly 250 hate incidents have been reported to the group to group Stop A P I hate, which has been tracking the increased around the country. California employers who under pay their workers could spend time behind bars. That's what a new State Assembly bill proposes. KCRW's Tara A tree on has more San Diego Assembly member Lorena Gonzalez authored the bill, she says wage that needs to be treated like other crimes. If past employers who intentionally withhold pay could be charged with grand theft if the amount is greater than $950. Wait. Stuff can manifest itself in several ways, including not paying workers the legal minimum wage and violating California's meal break rules, Gonzalez told the Sacramento Bee. The bill would give regulators in additional tool to enforce the states pay laws, and it would be a way to make employers think twice about taking advantage of their workers. Research from the Economic Policy Institute from California Employees lose upwards of $2 billion each year to wage theft will be star.
Los Angeles City Vaccination Sites Still Closed, But Will Reopen Tuesday
"By the city of L. A. Should be back up and running tomorrow. That's according to Mayor Eric Garcetti. He says vaccine doses delayed by recent storms on the East Coast have now been shipped to Los Angeles. KCRW's Larry Parole has the details, Garcetti said yesterday. All six of those sites are scheduled to resume operations Tuesday if he received her first dose of vaccine at any of these sites between January 24th and 30th. Carbon health says you'll be automatically book to get your second dose this week. They say confirmation should come by text message and email with appointment details by tomorrow. Garcetti said people who had appointments canceled either Friday or Saturday would be rescheduled today. California's new system of tracking and scheduling vaccines run by Blue Shield is being rolled out in 10 counties. Among them is Fresno current and Riverside L. A county will be in the next group starting March. 3rd supply will be critical for this new system, which is expected to bring expanded access to the vaccine as eligibility wines. Essential workers such as teachers and food service workers come online March 1st Everyone Age 16 and over with the serious underlying health condition will become eligible. March 16th for KCRW. I'm Larry
Beverly Hills Restaurant Urged To Scrap Alleged Plans For ‘Secret’ NYE Party, Los Angeles
"Trying to put a stop to plans for a speakeasy style New Year's Eve party being promoted by while the city's well known restaurants Kcrw's Larry Parole reports It could be another challenge by a restaurant. Pandemic related restrictions. Gourmet Italian restaurant LES column on Cannon Drive, reportedly placed invitations and carry out bags, the gauges customers interests in the Speakeasy style party. The invitation says. We are currently taking reservations for New Year's Eve dinner. And if you're interested, let us know. Tell your friends but keep it discreet. Well, evidently it wasn't discreet enough. Beverly Hills officials got word and stepped in on Friday to remind management about L, a county's dining band. The party would violate those orders. But even if they were lifted, the state's ban on indoor dining would kick in any way. This may not be the latest, but it is certainly one of the most high profile conflict between public health officials and local restaurants. Earlier this month, the Beverly Hills City Council adopted resolution against L. A county's ban on indoor dining. Decided, among other things, a lack of scientific evidence. There's no word yet if the Scala will move ahead or cancel for KCRW, I'm Larry Peral. Who do you
Exercise classes can reduce loneliness, social isolation in seniors
"Exercising during the Corona virus outbreak is good for the body and the mind. That's the funding of a new study by researchers at Cedars Sinai, who tracked a group of people who took exercise classes before and continued during the pandemic. KCRW's Larry Parole has the details. Researchers tracked hundreds of people whose average age hit around 76 years old and found almost 7% showed a decrease in loneliness and more than 3% had better social connectedness. So how they do it, Participants were enrolled in various exercise and health management classes for seniors at several sites in Los Angeles neighborhoods with AH high number of low income older adults. They met with a health coach who guided them through the process, which researchers noted was especially crucial during the pandemic to help them get connected online. The number of adults over the age of 65 in the US is expected to reach more than 70 million people by 2030 double what it is now, and researchers say it is particularly important to find ways to help that population thrived as they age or There will be widespread consequences
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"The top of the set was melon bomb with sweetness. My name is Travis Holcomb, your host in DJ for another 20 minutes. Then we're gonna flip over to eclectic 24 11 o'clock where you'll be hearing back classic Tracy Chapman. Boston artist called lilacs and much more. That's a collective 24 coming up in about 20 minutes, which means I still got one more set left with you gonna lead things off with new working girls of the Internet plus Roshini Murphy ahead, So don't go anywhere. It's KCRW. You're listening to KCRW. I'm Larry Parole next time on all things considered rural and Urban America share mortuary lunges and worldviews that one might think we'll have a look into the growing divide. Also how New Delhi, India's notoriously polluted air is a threat for the rising number of coronavirus patients. And why deaf Americans are debating how to represent Joe Biden and Kamila Harris. In sign language, local news, weather and traffic. It's all things considered from NPR and KCRW. A Thursday edition starts at three..
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"Close to elections a sham and Republicans are confident Barrett will ultimately take a seat on the nation's highest court. NPR's Susan Davis had more Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham conceded in his opening remarks that this week's hearings are not about changing any senators minds. I think I know how the vote's going to come out. Democrats focused their remarks on what was at stake for the country with a particular focus on the case pending before the Supreme Court to strike down the affordable care act. Republicans praised an accomplished female judge who's been raided, well qualified for the job by the American Bar Association. Over the next two days, Barrett will face direct questions from senators and 30 minute rounds. Like past nominees, she's not expected to give any indication on how she would roll in cases that might come before the court. Susan Davis. NPR NEWS Washington Ahead of the World Health Organization is warning against the idea that herd immunity might be a realistic strategy to stop the pandemic. Director General Ted Rose ad UNUM give races, says health officials typically aimed to achieve herd immunity where a large majority of the population is protected by vaccination. And, he says not enough is known yet about covert 19. Most people who are infected with the virus. That code is copied 19 develop on immune response within the first few weeks. But we don't know how strong or lasting that immune responses. Or how it differs for different people. He says he heard immunity is achieved by protecting people from a virus, not by exposing them to it all Street higher by the clothes. The Tao of 250 points a 28,837. NASDAQ Up 296 points that's up 2.5% the S and P 500 up 57 points. You're listening to NPR news and this is K C R. W News. I'm Larry Parole on a Monday, October 12th years. What's happening at 4 32..
Judge deems Los Angeles in contempt over 'bulky item' notices
"Court. That's the conclusion of a federal judge who says the city defied her order by posting signs saying Bulky objects like mattresses and cards aren't allowed on the streets and will be removed. Case here. W's Larry Parole has more attorneys representing the homeless outreach group K Town for all, and several unhappy people complained that Ella had posted signs ahead of a cleanup in San Pedro and other areas, indicating that bulky items are always prohibited. According to the Times. They say the signs were posted before street sweeps earlier this year that require unhappy people to move their tents. They say that's wrong because people are likely to abandon their belongings, thinking they'll be removed because they have no idea the city is legally not allowed to do it. Judge Dale S. Fischer agreed yesterday pointed to her April ruling that Ella can't seize on House people's items solely based on their size. Instead of imposing fines or rewarding attorney fees, Fisher said. This city has to post what she called remedial notices for at least two weeks in the same areas where the improper notices were posted. She also directed the city to meet with the homeless advocates to come up with the new notice and file it with the court by the end of the month for K C, R W. On Larry
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"Reserve Your listening to K C R w I'm Larry Parole Next time on all things considered eating disorders are thriving during the pandemic. So what's triggering it? And who's most at risk? Also why some colleges are reconsidering any in person classes as cases of covert 19 spike on campuses. And a look and how people who lost their jobs at the beginning of the pandemic or getting by, plus local news, weather and traffic. It's all things considered from NPR and Casey are W. A Friday edition starts at three. Plenty still to come on this Friday installment of morning edition, including President Trump traveled to Pennsylvania yesterday to rev up his supporters at a large rally. He also weighed in yet again on the issue of mail in voting, muddying the waters around that subject, you'll get the latest coming up right here on K. C. R W Subscribed to K C. R. W's good food email newsletter. For all the news and food from me, Evan Kleiman from policy and food justice to recipes take out tips and how to support your favorite local spots. Stay up to the minute on guidelines that affect restaurants, vendors, farmers, markets and everyone in Ella's food community, including eaters like.
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"On Larry Parole. Here's what's happening at 6 30 Culver City Police have shot and killed a man this afternoon. The only county sheriff's Department says it happened around three PM in the rooftop parking area of a building in the 8800 block of Washington Boulevard. The sheriff's department is assisting the Culver City Police Department in an investigation officers They say, we're chasing the man who may have been unhappy Ows and allegedly had knife CBS to says he was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. An officer was also reportedly struck in the leg by friendly fire and taken to a hospital in fair condition. The director of the L. A County Department of Public Health said this afternoon that the closure of bars and indoor dining has help slow the spread of Corona virus. Barbara for rare Pointed to steady declines in hospitalization numbers and average daily rates of positive test which have hovered between eight and 8.5% in recent days. But she also says that people cannot resume pre pandemic activities like going out without a mask or flouting social distancing laws. We can't go back to life as we knew it before March, Not right now. Health officials announced just over 1600 new cases this afternoon, which is ah, much lower number than reports in recent days. Lower numbers are anticipated on Mondays. Two to a lag in reporting over the weekend. Now the 12 deaths were reported as well. Ferrer said that the county's contact tracers are still having difficulty getting in touch with people who are infected. As of today, the county has been able to reach about 1/3 of positive cases for her, said she can't compare Allah counties work to that of other countries. While this county offers so many services to people who are struggling with food and housing and security, it's important to note that we don't have the same social safety net. At some other countries offer they're currently almost 194,000 Corona virus cases in the county and over 4700 people have died. This week. Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden says he will reveal his running mate to California lawmakers are said to be among the finalists under consideration. Kcpw Matt Dillon has a look at L. A area representative Karen Bass and Senator Kamala Harris. Harris has national name recognition and tossed her own hat in the ring last year to run for president after a strong start. Her presidential bid fizzled in December, and she endorsed Biden in March. Meanwhile, Bass has gotten more attention in recent weeks as she's gone from low profile possibility to real contender. Head of the Congressional Black Caucus has strong progressive credentials as well as a record of working across the aisle. She's also got strong allies. Politico reports Another California House speaker, Nancy Pelosi, has advocated for Bastard the Biden campaign. With Biden's announcement looming, a dozen female leaders in the state's Democratic Party say the veepstakes between Bass and Harris is being turned into a quote, media driven catfight rather than a substantive choice between two powerful black women. They claim the two are being pitted against one another in ways that undermine both Man, along with Harris and Bass, Former national security adviser Susan Rice and Senator Elizabeth Warren are said to be finalised for Biden's VP. It's 6 33 You're listening to greater l. A. It's Casey ar w show that connects you to the people and the places and the pews of Southern California. I'm Steve Caretakers. How would you know? It's morning Mass in the San Fernando Valley. And forgive us. Our Saint Mels Catholic Church sits right on Ventura Boulevard in Woodland Hills. It is a sprawling complex. There's an a frame warship, all facing the main drag shrouded by pine trees. Church is empty behind it under the shade of church owned auditorium. Chairs are set up that air six feet apart. So parishioners Khun Prai and take Communion outside You know, people in every altar of your church. The only you Bruce is celebrated. Not all parishes are doing what we're doing. And so therefore there are many people from neighboring parishes who want who craved to attend mass or even come to confession. They come here. Father, Viviane Lima is the associate pastor at ST Mills. He is leading this outdoor Mass on a recent weekday.
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"My name is Larry Parole. Thanks so much for joining us on this Monday afternoon. For all things considered. Here's what's coming up on the program. Civil rights icon representative John Lewis spent a lifetime fighting for voting rights You're going to hear from the director of the Brennan Center is voting rights and Elections programme about the history of the Voting Rights Act. It's one legacy of John Lewis Lewis lies in state at the U. S. Capitol. Also coming up outdoor movies have gained renewed popularity during the pandemic. 160. Wal Mart parking lots will become temporary drive in movie theaters on Saturday. We'll take a look at that state local news coming up at 3 30 to have some people in West L. A have shown their support for protesters in Oregon and where you can get a degree and cannabis studies after this. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Louise Schiavone. Time is running out for Congress to act as this coming Friday, supplementary federal jobless assistance and an eviction moratorium are due to expire. For the millions of American workers paying the price of the nation's cove in 19 Shut down After some delays, Congressional Republicans today rolled out a roughly $1 trillion proposal to telling what they think should be included in the next wave of Corona virus relief aid. NPR's Claudie Gonzales has details. They're calling it the hell Zack. This is for the help Economic Assistance Liability Protection in Schools Act. It's a mouthful, but it covers a lot of areas it covers payments to families again. Unemployment, money and new legal protections for businesses. This was a marquee issue for Republicans during this round of relief. NPR's Claudio Gonzalez, Treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin and White House chief of staff Mark Meadows are now opening negotiations with Democratic leaders. Democrats say this plan doesn't do enough. To support Americans. Stocks closed higher today, with technology companies leading the way. NPR Scott Horsefly has details outlined about 4/10 of a percent, while the broader S and P 500 jumped 3/4 of a percent. The NASDAQ enjoyed a bigger gain up nearly 1.7% as investors await earnings reports this week from Tech giants Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Google parent alphabet. The Commerce Department says orders for durable goods rose more than 7% in June. The economic recovery shows signs of stalling, though, as Corona virus infections multiply, Senate Republicans are rolling out their proposal for a pandemic relief package. It includes another round of stimulus payments and would extend unemployment benefits at a reduced level. Democrats are blasting the plan as inadequate. Scott Horsefly NPR news Washington, The Dow closed up 114 points at 26,584. This's NPR news. And this is Casey ar W NEWS. I'm Larry Parole on a Monday afternoon, July 27. Thanks so much for being with us. Here's what's happening at 3 30 to the city of Los Angeles lost its first fighter fire firefighter to Kobe 19 L A F D Firefighter paramedic Jose J. Perez died Saturday. After working with the department for more than 16 years. He was 44 years old. This comes after LAPD officer of Ellington Martinez became the first sworn officer in this city to die of the virus Friday. Since March, at least 145 L. A F D employees and more than 420 LAPD. The officers have tested positive for the virus. Perez is survived by his wife and three Children and Martinez by his domestic partner who is pregnant with twins. Hundreds of people have demonstrated peacefully outside the federal building in Westwood in solidarity with protesters in Portland, Oregon. That, of course, is where daily protests have put a spotlight on the Trump administration, sending federal officers to protect property and at times fire tear gas, Some say to provoke sparring in Portland Street. Sunday's demonstration was organized by Black Lives matter, Ella to stand with Portland, as well as other cities, where Trump has mentioned the possibility of deploying federal agents. Copeland. Baltimore,.
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"I'm Larry Parole. Here's what's happening. At 6 30 Covad. 19 cases are on the rise among nursing home residents and staff. That's according to the latest state data facilities are worried. More outbreaks are coming. Deborah Cassina is with the California Association of Health Facilities. Honestly, it's like deja vu again with the virus, making a comeback nearly across the state, and, of course, once the virus hit the community, it makes its way into facilities, Messina says. For awhile, facilities were letting residents see one family member but now Putting restrictions on visits. But here's the catch taken on Lee take place if there's adequate staffing, no virus cases in the facility for 14 days and a decline in new cases, hospitalizations or death. In the surrounding community that pretty much sucked off visitation for the time being, she says. Facilities need state and federal support to help stockpile protective gear. And institute. Rapid testing to Ella politicians have gotten involved with police action over the past few days yesterday, Silver Lake Neighbourhood Councilwoman, Maybe a girl says she saw LAPD officers enter private property in Echo Park and detained a resident girl posted a video of the incident on her instagram. I watched the whole thing I watch. I watch you go into that gay to take that man in the video officers repeatedly asked girl to leave the scene, although she is on public property and not interfering with the arrest. Councilwoman says she is keeping in touch with the family and exploring ways to assist them. She isn't the only official getting involved at the street level. California representative Maxine Waters got out of her car when she saw Ella County sheriff's deputies pull over a black man Sunday,.
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"This is Casey Ar W Larry Parole. Thanks so much for being with us. Ah, former police officer who killed more than a dozen people and raped several women across California, has pleaded guilty to murder. His crime spree spanned the 19 seventies and eighties, and he evaded capture for decades before his arrest in 2018. This, of course, Is the so called Golden State killer. And today, Joseph James D'Angelo appeared in a ball room that was transformed into a makeshift courtroom for this hearing. Cabaret radio Scott Rod was in that room and he has been covering the latest developments in the Golden State Killer case. And he joins me now. Hi, Scott. Hi. Thanks for having me on. Well, thanks for being on Joseph D'Angelo committed numerous horrific crimes across California. Can you lay out the terms of this plea agreement and what he is pleading guilty to So there were 13 charges of murder and 13 charges of kidnapping that were charged in this specific case in Sacramento County. Part of the plea agreement, though, is that he is pleading guilty to those specific charges, but also admitting guilt in a number of other crimes, a number of other sexual assaults and rapes, burglaries and so forth that would either have passed the statute of limitations or would have had to have been pursued. In other courts other than Sacramento. So as part of this agreement, he's pleading guilty to the charges but admitting guilt in a number of other crimes, and he's avoiding the death penalty as a result, But he's expected to get a number of concurrent life sentences without the opportunity for parole. Are you mentioned a statue of limitations? Of course, Did the prosecution offer any other kind of explanation for the deal itself? Other than that? You know, they did actually speak to the fact that Cove it is a was a factor in this, you know, obviously covered was a factor in it's being held at Sacramento State, which was sort of a strange book end for this story because D'Angelo actually graduated from Sacramento State with a degree in criminal justice and committed some of his first crimes just miles away. So they held it in this larger in his larger setting because of covert, and they said that they were looking to expedite this because the pandemic would make having a trial just extraordinarily difficult to try to orchestrate. It would put people at risk. There was also the fact that he's he's elderly and a case a case like that could could go on for many years and In order to allow the victims who are also getting older and and their families to see. Justice prosecutor said that they wanted Teo strike this deal so that victims could have some sense of closure in the case. Let's talk about that for a second. I mean, what was it like right to be in the court in this university ballroom, and then how did the victims and their families to react to this plea agreement? Um, you know, I spoke to a number. I spoke to several of them and you know there was ah, mixture of emotion, a sense of closure for some of them a sense of frustration and anger from some one woman who had experienced sexual assault at the hands of, D'Angelo said. You know, she has been waiting 44 years for this day, but she still felt angry, she said. I want to go up there and punch him. She, she said. I still feel very raw emotions about this. Um, some of the families want one family member of a sexual assault survivor who had died years later. They said, We're here because we want to make sure that our relative is represented in this in this case so again. Ah, very ah, mix of emotions certainly closure anger. Sadness as well, though. You know, this is one of the few times we've been able to hear from D'Angelo. Did he offer any kind of explanation for these horrific crimes? No, there was no explanation, provided he had very few words offered. You know, prosecutors describe in very stark detail that the crimes that he was charged with the crimes that he committed, and after the description of each one, the judge asked him if he was pled guilty or if he admitted to those crimes and Um, he, he answered. Yes, I plead or I plead guilty for or I admit to that on DH said no on a couple of occasions just when he was asked if he was under the influence of any sort of substances, But he offered no explanation very few words. And his is the voice that he spoken was strained and a bit feeble. There had been some reporting earlier on that he had said his. He had an inner voice by the name of Jerry that had made him do it. But he didn't allude to any of that. I guess today none of that. No. Nothing. I want into motive, Nothing that went into any sort of addressing of the victims. In August. That's when this case is set for sentencing and victims will be victims and their families will be able to offer. Um Ah ah impact statements where they describe how these crimes have impacted them. In their lives and that there may be an opportunity there for Mr D'Angelo to address these crimes. But today it was strictly whether he was admitting guilt or admitting that he that he did, in fact, commit these crimes. We'll see where it all goes. Scott Rod is a reporter and cap radio Scott. Thanks so much for joining us. Thank you. Case here. W sponsors include Montecito Bank and Trust, committed to helping clients invest for retirement provide.
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"For the rest and for the first time in a while, there's no precipitation in the forecast for southern California. However, temperatures are expected to be below seasonal norms through the week. But we may get into the mid seventies, as we hit Thursday and Friday. Well, it's not so peaceful on the streets of Mayberry these days. KCRW Larry parole reports that the air is to the composers, who penned the theme song for TV's. The Andy Griffith show are blowing a different kind of whistle. Directed at CBS Earle Hagen, and Herbert Spencer wrote the catchy melody in the nineteen fifties. But they're air say, CBS has been using the recording of the tune on a DVD and Thalji series without licenses after the composer's died, a company that held the rights was dissolved, and partial copyrights went into a trust. In a lawsuit filed last week. The air is claimed CBS is exploiting the theme without prior permission by selling DVD's of the series. They say previous agreements, do not cover home video, or digital media. The plaintiffs say they asked CBS recopying of any license agreements, but say it was unable to provide any, they say, also CBS has refused to enter into a new agreement with the plaintiffs to authorize use of the theme. The suit asks a judge to stop CBS from using the theme song and to share. Profits from sales Hagan, who also composed for the Dick Van Dyke show and other well-known show says he realized this show needed a simple tune. He says he spent all of fifteen minutes writing then called his bass player and drummer and recorded it in a little studio in Hollywood. He says he whistled the tune himself for KCRW. I'm leery parole. Finally, northern California man was killed by a shark this weekend. In Hawaii, sixty five year old Thomas smiley, a resident of Greenwich bay near Sacramento with swimming about sixty yards from the shore at Kana Polly beach in Maui, when he was attacked. He was unconscious when rescuers pulled from the water and could not be revived witnesses say Riley, suffered major injuries including losing his left leg below the knee thorns believe he was attacked by a tiger shark. This is the first deadly shark attack in Hawaii since two thousand fifteen when a snorkeller was killed off. Molly. And support for NPR comes from the Joyce foundation committed to advancing racial equity, and economic mobility for the next generation the Great Lakes region. Learn more Joyce, FDI dot org. You're listening to morning edition right here on your local station. KCRW Jonathan bastion. And for cherry Glazer two more hours of news, culture information all coming.
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"Cloudy tomorrow. This is KCRW. I'm Larry parole. They win a lot on the court. So why aren't people paying attention? The LA sparks share the court with the Lakers at Staples Center, but the only got a fraction of the money sponsors, attendants, work media coverage on greater L A today. KCRW Steve is took a trip to the courts as the sparks get ready for the start of the season. Poops practice the team on the court as the Los Angeles sparks of the women's National Basketball Association, or the WNBA sparks players are preparing for this Sunday's first game of regular season play against the Las Vegas aces. Player, Alexis Jones who was recently traded to the sparks from the Minnesota lynx echoes other players, when she says, she is pumped to be on the team and ready to show what she can contribute this season. And we're out here. Join laughing also hard at the same time. I want to learn and play hard and I'm willing to do degrading set. They already had that greatness is LA sparks history. It was one of the WNBA founding teams back in nineteen Ninety-seven. It's qualified for the league's playoffs eighteen times. And it's one three WNBA championships. Most recently in two thousand sixteen. But despite all that success and all that history, the LA sparks like other teams in the WNBA faces a lot of challenges that have nothing to do with let ability and a lot of it comes down to attention and respect and what people really know about the sparks and women's pro basketball if anything at all. Just go to a place filled with hardcore basketball fans like the courts, Dennis speech, and ask, just like w saw Gonzales did, what do you know about the WNBA? The game with the teams but the players. Really, I'm doing story about the WNBA the sparks wondering if you know anything about the NBA, I tell really I'm so sorry I know. Now not really the honest, what do you know about the WNBA? They don't. They don't do so into dove NBA like if there was a w NBA player on the court right now. Would you would you recognize her? But it NBA player, you probably would, of course, as it fights for attention and respect. The WNBA is also wrestling with soft attendants, fewer sponsorship offers from corporate America, and scant coverage by sports media, and women basketball players are increasingly speaking out for higher salaries right now, the best WNBA players, earn a miniscule fraction of what the guys in the NBA make one person thinks long and hard about all those issues is sparks president, Anita Johnson and on the eve of the WNBA new season. KCRW saw Gonzales talked to her in her office. What goes to your head before opening night or that first game of the season all the fans actually show up Johnson has spent her adult life on the business side of professional basketball, working for a variety of WNBA teams and the Los Angeles Clippers.
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"Was a real guy. He comes across the very philosophical Karoo. John Reagan all does a soil science professor at Washington state university. He's impressed by the biggest little farm and says it an Allen York offer lessons, it's pretty unique because of all the different crops that they're growing, and they have animals pigs cows sheep, chickens. The trends not just in the US over the last fifty sixty years have been segregating livestock from crops, and they basically built the soil back. It was just so beautiful. Just to see the bow diversity to see the animals. Like, Maggie Brown, Swiss dairy cow and a little orphan lamb among the sheet. The star of the farm is Emma a six hundred fifty pound pig was more than ready for her close up. Not every farmer has the money or investors to farm this way. But the Chester's were fortunate their land now boasts orchards with seventy five varieties of fruits and one hundred types of vegetables and animals with a lot of personality. Monday, NPR news. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm no king. And you're listening to morning edition on KCRW. Now this from KCRW news attorneys general from thirty three states have urged congress to approve a proposal intended to fully open the doors of the banking system to the legal marijuana industry. KCRW's Larry parole reports most Americans live in states where marijuana is legally available in some form, either recreationally or medicinally, but most banks fear banking with businesses or people affiliated with legal weed could expose them to legal trouble with the fed which still considers marijuana illegal, California attorney general how the Sarah said today, it makes sense to incorporate than eight point three billion dollar industry into the banking system and to continue not to do so hurts public safety and the economy the conflict between state and federal law has left many growers and sellers in the industry,.
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"But there was no way around it due to nine hundred ninety two US supreme court decision. However, a supreme court ruling last year cleared the way for the law to change. And now a new California law requires that out of state retailers collect sales taxes and pass the cash onto the state if they sell more than one hundred thousand dollars worth of goods per year in California or have more than two hundred transactions annually in the Golden State the gum. Offs expects to haul in about five hundred fifty million dollars per year for KCRW. I'm Eric Roy the nationwide college admissions scandal keeps on growing as KCRW's Larry parole reports while the latest developments involves a dental specialists with a practice in Ventura County who's accused of paying money to get his daughter into USC or hey, Sal, Saito has resigned ten days after being charged in a wide range in college admissions scandal. So Sita was placed on leave March twelfth the day. He was charged with conspiracy to commit racketeering. Rick singer was the leader of the scheme which included high profile Hollywood figures that wealthy. Individuals who paid singer to work bribes to get their kids into high profile university's officials say singer directed a payment of one hundred thousand dollars from a charitable account. He controlled to sports marketing company run by SALCEDO silicate admission of two students to UCLA as purported soccer recruits. Even though neither played soccer. One of those so-called recruits was Lauren Isaacson, the only time. Reports she joined the UCLA women's soccer program in two thousand seventeen. Prosecutors say though Isaacson did not play competitive soccer before she enrolled at UCLA but was listed for an entire season. As a midfielder on a team in two thousand seventeen Pac twelve website says she never saw any action Jackson's parents allegedly gave singers charity over twenty one hundred shares of Facebook stock valued at about two hundred and fifty.
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"Station. Oh, no on Larry parole. Live from KFI's. Twenty four hour newsroom. LA county has reported the overturned the sheriff's decision to rehire a deputy accused of domestic abuse and stalking sheriff Alex via a waiver says the evidence never supported the firing of deputy Karl men Doriot Vienna. Wave reinstated the ex-deputy shortly after taking office, but a letter from the county auditor controller to Bandou, Ian, says the reinstatement was unlawful and that he no longer works for the department. Vienna waiver suggested last week that things were fine. The status is he he remains employed by the organization his case was reviewed thoroughly ABC seven reports meant billions pay and benefits stopped more than a week ago. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news. Two young sisters who wandered off from their home in northern California have been found alive. The search for the girls who disappeared Friday prompted a massive rescue effort that included helicopters and tracking dogs humble county sheriff William hunt Seoul says the girls were found safe this morning by a fire, captain and firefighter who'd followed the girls boot track. He says the girls were not hurt more in good spirits. Rescuers say they were hopeful about finding the pair after they came across prints from the girls rubber boots and rappers from granola bars the girls eight along the way officials say a trail left from the rappers gave them a direction from where the girls started House Judiciary committee, chairman Jerrold Nadler is preparing to request documents from officials close to the White House. We've seen abuses of power instruction of Justice all of these has to be investigated and laid out to the American people. He says the document requests will be going out tomorrow for over sixty different entities such as the White House and department of Justice and individuals such as Donald Trump junior and Ellen Weisselberg. Now there said it's very clear, the president obstructed Justice. He said the investigation goes far beyond collusion with Russia. National security adviser John Bolton is calling President Trump. Second summit with North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN a success. The president has conducted this diplomacy different from prior administrations. All three prior administrations that address this question. Failed. So he's trying a different route Bolton says the meeting was unquestionably successful because Trump protected and defended American interests, you said the US is committed to maximising pressure with sanctions until North Korea. Denuclearize is South Korea. And the US say they've decided to end their springtime military drills to back diplomacy with North Korea. This after the president met with North Korea's Kim Jong UN in Vietnam this week, so Bester Stallone's lawsuit. Against Warner Brothers is expected to land back at the LA county courthouse this week still on claims the studio based in Burbank has hidden profits from the movie, demolition man and has denied him. His rightful share fellas that says he wants an end to the bad accounting practices on one or brothers part that affects all talent still own start in the nineteen Ninety-three movie about a man who's brought out of a decades long state of cryopreservation to track down an old nemesis. Played by Wesley Snipes attract dirt bag for two years. Start Sandra Bullock movie made about fifty eight million dollars in its theatrical release and much more in home video sales, Amy king KFI news striking. In Oakland are set to vote on a contract deal aimed at ending a seven day walkout. The vote expected today nearly three thousand teachers walked off the job February twenty first they demanded higher pay smaller classes and more school resources after a week of marathon negotiations with the district their union announced Friday, the teachers have one everything they demanded..
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"Blaze has burned through more than ninety seven thousand acres and was forty percent surrounded. As of last night firefighters are hoping to have it fully contained by Sunday while the Wolsey. Fire keeps crews on the defensive in LA, and Ventura counties, the deadliest and most destructive fire in state history continues to rage up north at least forty eight people have died in the campfire and dozens more in the town of paradise are still unaccounted for its KCRW's. Larry parole reports to homeowners the communities scape, but had very different outcomes. Susan fort was away when the fire broke out almost a week ago when she recently looked at an aerial map of paradise. She says she saw red indicating fire all around except for a small white retain gular area that was her small subdivision in the town. Among the thousands of homes destroyed hers survived. She says she's concerned about her friends, but says the town we'll find strength in the tragedy. I know paradise him we will all come together as a community we have to we have to rebuild. We're gonna make sure Greek town going forward again has to be others weren't as lucky Natalie Carmichael move to paradise about a year ago. Oh and bought a home. She's a hairstylist in town and got a call from a friend at home about seven thirty on the morning of the fire. He said she had to get out now after grabbing a few things she drove away. She says it was like an odyssey. She'd never imagined. I drove right into a wall. Sleep walking me through everything. I was gonna die. Keep going. He kept yelling. He's like Natalie. Keep dying is that there's. On both sides of me. Natalie says, unlike some others in town, she has insurance, but isn't sure if she'll rebuild for KCRW on Leary parole..
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"On Larry parole. Live from the twenty four hour newsroom. The Senate and a wins have returned and fanned the flames of the huge fire burning in parts of LA and Ventura counties a couple of flare ups of popped up one your Pepperdine in Malibu another in west hills. Allstate federal and local agencies are doing everything they can to deal with these fires sadly with these winds. It's not over yet. Cal fire. Chief Scott Jalbert says firefighters from nearby states are helping out Cal fire says three firefighters from its agency had been hurt on the job. The fire started Thursday. It has burned more than eighty three thousand acres and destroyed more than one hundred seventy buildings mostly homes and killed two people. It is ten percent contained three firefighters have been hurt while working the fire in LA and Ventura counties. KFI's Andrew mollenbeck reports. Live conditions are tough this afternoon. Wind gusts are hitting forty miles per hour on the ridge tops officials say they don't yet know how three firefighters were injured or how serious those injuries are Ventura County. Fire spokesman, Richard. Maqlid says the concern is the fire spreading east and west head. Fires burned to the ocean. And now we're talking about fire moving laterally with the wind, and we're concerned about any infrastructure homes military bases that are in a in the front of a laterally spreading fire. The fire has already destroyed nearly two hundred homes reporting live at the fire. Command post, Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news. Firefighters have been busy putting out flare ups and bell canyon. Neighbors. Say fires had been contained up into early this morning. A win came up and boom it ignited again less than five minutes the whole he'll just start burning and flame spread dangerously close to some homes too close for comfort. But what are you gonna do? These are homes. That's why some folks say they're not leaving despite may Dettori evacuation orders. We're ready cars packed. So we have two firefighters have been hopping around the area putting out a number of hotspots, and reinforcing containment lines that were already laid down in bell canyon..
Doctors say don't microwave children's food in plastic containers
"Pacific food and wine giveaway that's, all, done but if you. Have a dream. You wanna share with me let's talk about James when we come back you're listening to? The doctor Wendy Walsh show on KFI AM six forty Larry. Paroles got the news for us At least four people in Santa Ana heaven killed after small plane crash or the south coast plaza shopping. Center the, crash happened around twelve thirty this afternoon near the intersection of sunflower. Avenue and Bristol street just northeast of the, mall the plane landed in a staple superstar parking lot no one on the ground was hurt ficials say an empty car on the, ground was struck by the plane a Federal Aviation Administration official says the twin. Engine Cessna declared emergency before crashing about a mile from John Wayne airport a heat warnings been issued by the national weather. Service forecast. Or Bonnie Bartlett says the heat. Up begins tomorrow mostly in the? Eighties to the mid nineties. For coastal and then put, the valley's will get up to triple digits possibly up to one ten in, some of our, warmest areas. Also, NAMI, warning has been lifted after a magnitude. Seven, point zero earthquake hit the Indonesian island of Bali at least thirty. Nine people have. Been killed model Chrissy Teagan Bakke, shinning on the island with. Her husband John legend. She tweeted that it, was a massive earthquake that, went on for fifteen seconds last week, with. Quick in the same area killed seventy eighteen people doctors say keep your kids food away from plastic a new report from the american academy of pediatrics says microwaving and dishwashing plastic containers increases the chance of leaking dangerous chemicals into your child's food officials instead recommend glass or stainless steel packaging they also suggest washing your hands and produce during food prep with growing evidence that some chemicals found in food colorings preservatives and packaging materials may harm children's health a new a._p. policy statement calls for urgently needed reforms to the u._s. food additive regulatory process julie cider k._f._i. news singer demi lovato has broken her silence almost two weeks after an apparent drug overdose levada says she now needs time to heal and focus on her sobriety and her road to recovery she thanked her family hospital workers and fans levada noted she's always been transparent about her addiction and realize it's it's not something that can just disappear with time the dodgers have beaten the astros today three to traffic from your helpful socal honda traffic center is slowing in costa mesa near That plane crash that's right Bristol street both north. And south at sunflower avenue due to the plane crash is closed you're looking at at alternate of fair street. Again, all lanes are closed there due to that. Plane crash in commerce a heavy heavy drive on the five south between Atlantic, boulevard and Washington. Boulevard you get caught up in that.
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Chrissy Teigen, John Legend and La discussed on 24 Hour News
"With doug santa cola from outdoor elegance laverne he's my buddy you've heard me talk about their store for a long time i thought it'd be fun to have mon with the fourth of july coming and he's got every time i go in there i see something different sometimes he tells me about him hey you got to check this out but sometimes i go where the green and tell me this thing sitting in there that i actually changed the entire lineup on my outdoor kitchen because he brought something in doug brought something into the showroom there that i had never seen before called an yvo grill and we'll talk about that and other things in his shop when we come back also some techniques he loves to grill as much as i do so go nowhere it is the fourth quarter i'm neil saavedra kfi am six forty let's get the latest news now with larry parole and the kfi newsroom model chrissy teigen and john legend say l a would not be the city they know and love without its immigrants they joined the families belong together rally today with her husband musician john legend and their two children in downtown la to protest the trump administration's immigration policies teenager kiling kylian mcpeek buffy scored two goals in a five minute span to leave france over argentina four three today and into the world cup quarterfinals france will next face either portugal aura guay in the quarterfinals friday the.
Trump hopes to negotiate with California on fuel economy standards
"Thought we'll be back with more as we talking with simon dr we're talking about this shift you've got james beard award winners coming from new york to los angeles you're not seeing it in reverse of chefs from la flooding in new york why we'll talk more about it when we return it is the forecourt on nielsen vader kfi am six forty let's get the latest news now with larry parole in the kfi newsroom isis is news agency claims a man who stabbed five people in paris was a soldier of the extremist movement french media say at least one person was stabbed to death in paris today for others were hurt attack has been killed authorities in france have opened a terrorist investigation a married couple from marino valley will be arraigned later this month in connection with seventy weapons related charges riverside county prosecutors say the couple is accused of building illegal custom made an unregistered assault rifles for customers investigation began after the fbi got a tip about threats made by the couple agents a joint terrorism task force got a search warrant and found several weapons inside the defendant's home trump administration may negotiate with california over fuel economy working on a single standard for the country president trump met yesterday with ten auto industry exacts to discuss the standards and reportedly agreed to have transportation secretary elaine chao and epa administrator scott pruitt handle the talks with state officials the auto industry wants to relax standards but not so much they provoke.