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"laura rosenthal" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:20 min | 7 months ago

"laura rosenthal" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"A sunny day low tonight forty sixty eight degrees and windy tomorrow fifty nine on Friday it's seventy one degrees in Denver our top story the Colorado Air National Guard flights were zooming across the Denver metro area about fifteen minutes ago the flights to honor first responders during the pandemic we did get a first hand view of treating patients in Colorado with covered nineteen nurse practitioner Laura Rosenthal spoke today at governor policies news conference in nineteen is unlike anything that I've seen in my twenty years as a of an experienced nurse it is not an old people disease nor a sick people disease and although these populations are more susceptible to cover nineteen it affects all people Rosenthal told the story of a hospitalized man spending his first night ever without his wife in general governor Poloz says our social distancing mass swearing and hand washing is working we are bending the curve we have save lives in Colorado we will save lives but he says the virus is still with us and we need to keep up with our precautions even during safer at home so how much do we need to stay away from others personal contacts to about a third of what they were before this crisis governor Poloz corona virus has now killed more than nine hundred Coloradans in the past two months at today's White House briefing spokeswoman Kaylee McEntee was asked why Dr Fauci will testify about corona virus in the Senate but not the house we don't have time in the middle of the pandemic for publicity stunts it's not the time for that it's not the place for that and today the president said instead of disbanding it more people will be added to the White House corona virus task force he said he had no idea how popular it is and how much people appreciated the briefings CSU chancellor Tony Frank says the university will open in the fall unless there's a public health order prohibiting it yes will be open and we're gonna move heaven and earth to make sure that's a face to face opening Dr Frank spoke with our partners at channel two daybreak Broncos linebacker von Miller launching a campaign to feed hungry kids were unable to get lunches because of the clothing closing of schools it's called von Saxe Coburg with your help we will achieve our goal of providing five hundred eighty thousand meals to students.

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"laura rosenthal" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:39 min | 7 months ago

"laura rosenthal" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Sunny day low tonight forty three sixty five degrees and windy tomorrow fifty nine on Friday it's seventy degrees in Denver our top story KOAA news has learned that someone sent a threatening email to tri county health insinuating that stay at home orders would result in a civil war the email said we are the people and we are done with this sick expletive be acid you should start about thinking about it no B. S. civil war the email said tri county how should end the lockdown now or face severe consequences Greenwood village police say they've stepped up patrols at tri county health headquarters it's national nurses day and today at governor policies briefing nurse practitioner Laura Rosenthal talked about how heartbreaking it is to care for her covert nineteen patients husbands who had never spent a night away from his wife and was now battling life and death on his own in the ICU because when you are admitted to a hospital with covered you can't bring anybody with you she says the virus is unlike anything she's seen during her career governor Paul S. like and our new safer at home status to a weight loss program it's kind of like a diet right you can't eat right and exercise for two months which we did and then just go back to your old habits you can expect to keep the weight off if you do that it's got to be sustainable for the long term if you want to maintain progress the governor says we should be having about a third of the personal contacts we had before the crisis began the president says the White House coronavirus task force will continue indefinitely I had no idea how popular the task force is until actually yesterday when I started talking about wanting it down I get calls from very respected people saying that I think would be better to keep it going it's done such a good job he says the task force will now need to help re open the U. S. economy unless there's a health order to prohibit CSU chancellor Tony Frank says they'll be open for in person learning this fall we're working through all the issues of what that looks like you know what do you social distancing and P. B. ease and testing and tracking look like on a college campus in the middle of a pandemic Dr Frank spoke with our partners at channel two daybreak the first day of fall semester for CSU is August twenty fourth on Wall Street the Dow was down two hundred eighteen points nasdaq up forty five and since big Alan judge Joe open the show yesterday talking about food Krispy Kreme is out with the spring don't surprise flavor on sale from Friday key lime key lime doughnuts our next update at three thirty switch to sprint to get our best.

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"laura rosenthal" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"laura rosenthal" Discussed on KCRW

"For the paper. I really appreciate it. Absolutely. Changing gears now to southern California's fire damage, the Wolsey fire has destroyed fifteen hundred structures and taking the lives of three people. The fires now ninety four percent contained after burning close to one hundred thousand acres. Authorities have begun allowing some residents back into Malibu but officials warn that broken power poles debris-filled roadways and broken gas. Still pose serious threats to stay fifty in the area. Laura Rosenthal is a city council member of Malibu and she joins us now. Good to have you on the show. Thank you for having me. So what areas of Malibu have been reopened? All of Malibu to our city. Limits are northern city or western city limits. Have now been open to residents, and we are also leading workers and business people in two around the broad beach area now, and for those of us who haven't seen it, can you give us a sense? How extensive the damage is in in Malibu. What are you seeing? It's extremely traumatic. Very sad. There are streets and neighborhoods. That have been totally devastated. We don't have a count. So I don't want to give you a false number in the hundred there. I've been on a couple of street where there's maybe four five houses still standing maybe over forty gone on one St. and what are you hearing from residents who've already gotten back into the area will kind of experiences are they having. Well, as you can imagine there's different kinds of experiences. There's been a lot of. For those that come back to an intact house and a lot of trauma for those that come back. Most people have known whether their houses is survived. You're not from the people who stayed in people took pictures, but it's it can be pretty devastating for those to come back and see the rubble of their former home state sometimes been able to find little pieces of something. That's survived. And then we have a number of home naturally that were damaged. I was just driving around this morning. I've been driving around all week. But now that Moore neighborhood been opened up. I out this morning talking with people. So a lot of trucks for companies that help people with smoke damage inside their homes and many many many utility truck for Southern California Edison, the gas company all of the internet company cell phone service companies that we have a lot of people out here. There's still a big sheriffs presence. They have been all over Malibu and extremely helpful. Los Angeles County sheriff's department and also still many many firefighters from LA county fire department. So a lot of work being done on infrastructure..

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"laura rosenthal" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"laura rosenthal" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Santa monica. Several people interrupted Malibu city councilwoman at Laura Rosenthal. She tried to address the crowd, can we stop yelling and come together as a community, and let us give you the information. We don't know when we're going to be able to open up the city, you need to hear that parts of Malibu had been repopulated, but mandatory evacuation orders still in effect for most of that city. Firefighters have been making progress on a fire flare up your lake Sherwood crews have been hitting it from the air. While other firefighters have been working to protect the homes people who live down win, especially in Carlisle canyon lake Sherwood in the Boney mountain area were warned yesterday morning to be ready for possible evacuations people south of portrayal road in lake Sherwood and the hidden valley area's still under mandatory EAC orders the fire that's burned more than forty five hundred acres in eastern Camarillo and Newbury park is now ninety two percent contained that far started Thursday as well. Two buildings were destroyed. The death toll for the massive fire. Burning in northern California has risen to forty eight the fire burn more than one hundred thirty thousand acres governor Brown said everyone's working hard to get that one under control prefers the firefighters. Inmates. Will. His protector. Fire says it's been thirty five percent contained more than eighty eight hundred homes and buildings have been lost. Since that fire started last week about fifteen thousand buildings still being threatened. A teacher is sued the school district in its union for taking union dues against his will special. Ed teacher Thomas cues has union support various political interests that he may not agree with and I'm getting literature sent to my house. I'm getting vote for this guy vote for that guy. So effectively my own money's being used against my voice in terms of voting. Fuse lawyers say this year, the supreme court ruled government workers don't have to pay union dues as a condition of employment. United teachers L A didn't respond to requests for comment. L A school district says it hasn't been served with the lawsuit. The Texas board of education is voted to restore Hillary Clinton to history curriculum standards. This evening's preliminary decision overturns the board's vote in September to cut the former presidential candidate from new streamlined academic standards. Republican board member supported the reverse electron. Members of the public said they were angry over Clinton being edited out the board also voted to restore third grade. Lessons on Helen Keller that it planned to cut the final vote set for Friday and Christie's auction house. In Geneva has set a new world record for the price per carat pink diamond jeweler, Harry Winston paid fifty million dollars for the nineteen character tenure cut pink legacy diamond, including fees. Christie's says it's among the most chemically pure gems. All right.

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"laura rosenthal" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"laura rosenthal" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Next would like to have Ventura County supervisor from the second district, Linda park. Thank you very much. I want to also thank our federal government. Our president for declaring. Emergency disaster here in Ventura County, Los Angeles County and also appeal that they also declare a major disaster emergency to we need that major disaster declaration. So we can have all the tools necessary to ensure that I- residents can recover and to the residents out there. We see so many cities in this area around the Santa Monica mountains, the Santa Susanna mountains have really come together. We're there for the residents we feel for you. Or so sorry for the loss of homes, but we do have to remember we aren't out of it yet. There's gonna be some strong winds tomorrow. We'll hear about that today. So please this into our public safety personnel when they're telling you to to evacuate evacuate. It's really important to see that. We don't have any more lives lost in our counties. Thank you all for listening and our hearts, go out was in deep appreciation to our public safety. Folks are firefighters that are working under incredible stress, lots of hard work and not much sleep. So just thank you so much where therefore you you are heroes. Thank you very much. Next up. I'd like to knowledge a few folks that are here that won't be speaking Malibu councilmember, Laura Rosenthal. Ventura County third district supervisor Kelly.

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"laura rosenthal" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"laura rosenthal" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"You very much. I want to also thank our federal government. Our president for declaring. Emergency disaster here in Ventura County, Los Angeles County and also appeal that they also declare a major disaster emergency to we need that major disaster declaration. So we can have all the tools necessary to ensure that our residents can recover and to the residents out there, we see so many cities in this area around the Santa Monica mountains, the Santa Susanna mountains have really come together. We're there for the residents we feel for you. Or so Saif for the loss of homes that we do have to remember. We aren't out of it yet. There's gonna be some strong winds tomorrow. We'll hear about that today. So please this into our public safety personnel when they're telling you to evacuate evacuate. It's really important to see that. We don't have any more lives lost in our counties. Thank you all for listening and our hearts, go out with in deep appreciation to our public safety. Folks are firefighters that are working under incredible stress, lots of hard work and not much sleep. So just thank you so much where therefore you you are heroes. Thank you very much. Next up. I'd like to acknowledge a few folks that are here that won't be speaking Malibu councilmember, Laura Rosenthal. Ventura County third district supervisor Kelly.

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"laura rosenthal" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"laura rosenthal" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"All easy anniversary. I'm Mike moss. Florida. Elections officials have reviewed the voting data turned in today to see whether they will be automatic recalls for four state wide races and Broward County. Election officials are now saying there will be a recount for the governor's race between Republican Ron dissatisfied. Democrat Andrew gillum a hand recount will be conducted for the US Senate race between Republican Rick Scott in Democrat Bill Nelson. President Trump is joining other world leaders in Paris to Mark the one hundredth aniversary of the end of the so-called war to end all wars World War One. French officials say that Trump is agreed to consult with NATO partners on his plan to pull out of a nuclear arms control treaty with Russia. Hundreds of thousands of residents of Malibu California have been forced to evacuate a rapidly spreading wildfire, including city council member Laura Rosenthal nightmare getting out five six hours for what normally forty five minute drive. We're still assessing the damage this morning as the latest. I've been told they're still zero percent containment knowing people were found dead in and around the northern California town of paradise were more than sixty seven hundred homes and businesses were burned down by the ninety thousand acre campfire, the state's most destructive ever meet. Neurologist Allison Chinchar says sixty mile per hour winds that help spread the fires have abated for now. For those firefighters is really going to be the next twelve hours. That's willing to be their best possible window to jump. Those containment numbers up before the winds come back for your fighters have been scrambling all day to take advantage of the better weather as they hoped to contain some of those fires before the winds kick up again and potentially spread the fires even further. I'm Mike moss. You've always wanted to own your own business. But you don't know where to start why not call rain at Ellis Randall quick industries today rain. It's family has been putting good people just like you into their own businesses for over fifty years, and, you know, the names quick car oil and loop centers and quick car washes. Let's face it. Everyone has a car they need the maintenance done, and they tend to wash it on a regular basis and with the population growth. Growth enor- taxes? There's always going to be that demand. And by the way, there's a new quick car. Oil.

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"laura rosenthal" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"laura rosenthal" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Recounts all easy anniversary. I'm Mike moss. Florida. Elections officials have reviewed the voting data turned in today to see whether there will be automatic recalls for four state wide races in Broward County. Election officials are now saying there will be a recount for the governor's race between Republican Rhonda Santa's and democrat, Andrew gillum. A hand recount will be conducted for the US Senate race between Republican Rick Scott in Democrat Bill Nelson. President Trump is joining other world leaders in Paris to Mark the one hundred anniversary of the end of the so-called war to end all wars World War One. French officials say that Trump is agreed to consult with NATO partners on his plan to pull out of a nuclear arms control treaty with Russia. Hundreds of thousands of residents of Malibu California have been forced to evacuate a rapidly spreading wildfire, including city council member Laura Rosenthal nightmare getting out. Five six hours for what forty five minute drive. We're still a set thing you're damage this morning as the latest I've been told they're still zero percent containment nine people were found dead in and around the northern California town of paradise were more than sixty seven hundred homes and businesses were burned down by the ninety thousand acre campfire the state's most destructive ever. Meteorologist Allison Chinchar says sixty mile per hour winds that helps spread the fires have abated for now. For those firefighters is really going to be the next twelve hours. That's going to be their best possible window to junk those containment numbers up before the winds comeback. Firefighters have been scrambling all day to take advantage of the better weather as they hoped to contain some of those fires before the winds kick up again and potentially.

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"laura rosenthal" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"laura rosenthal" Discussed on KGO 810

"Francisco, Oakland, San Jose, the next generation of. Jio? Cumulus station. Now on Alexa, open a cagey, oh eight tenths scale reviewed the voting. Data turned in today to see whether there will be automatic recalls for four state wide races in Broward County. Election officials are now saying there will be a recount for the governor's race between Republican Ron Santa's. And democrat Andrew gillum. A hand recount will be conducted for the US Senate race between Republican Rick Scott in Democrat Bill Nelson. President Trump is joining other world leaders in Paris to Mark the one hundredth anniversary of the end of the so-called war to end all wars were wore one. French officials say that Trump is agreed to consult with NATO partners on his plan to pull out of a nuclear arms control treaty with Russia. Hundreds of thousands of residents of Malibu California have been forced to evacuate a rapidly spreading wildfire, including city council member Laura Rosenthal nightmare getting out five six hours for what's normally forty five minute drive. We're still assessing the damage this morning as the latest. I've been told they're still zero percent containment nine people were found dead in and around the northern California town of paradise were more than sixty seven one hundred homes and businesses were burned down by the ninety thousand acre campfire, the state's most destructive ever meet. Ciaran? Logistic Allison Chinchar says sixty mile per hour. Winds that helped spread the fires have abated for now key. For those firefighters is really going to be the next twelve hours. That's willing to be their best possible window to jump those containment numbers up before the winds. Come back firefighters have been scrambling all day to take advantage of the better weather as they hoped to contain some of those fires before the winds kick up again and potentially spread the fires even further..

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"laura rosenthal" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"laura rosenthal" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Get out your car scraper says we can expect some frost by late tonight and early tomorrow, the twelve thousand residents of Malibu California have evacuated their homes as the Wolsey fire keeps burning Laura Rosenthal is a member of the city council. The goal is to get people that are in difficulty chariot leave earlier, but many people want to stay and try to save their houses. We lost power in the very early yesterday. Difficult to get information. The Wolsey fires just one burning in California today firefighters are hoping one day break in the wind will give them a chance to stop the raging wildfires. It's the Santa Ana winds that pushed the campfire as it's known burning in Butte county in northern California to more than one hundred thousand acres is the most destructive fire in state history, destroying so far where the sixty-seven hundred homes. It has also killed nine people trying to escape the Wolsey fire in southern California over seventy thousand acres, destroying countless homes. Cal fire. Scott McLean says the strategy today offense the window debated since yesterday bigger advantage that we can get into where we can before the winds return tomorrow. Jim Roope, Los Angeles. Authorities are trying to make sense of why a gunman killed twelve people at a southern California bar, and he publicly they're not publicly discussing what they learned. But at least one Instagram posts that the gunman. Manmade after beginning. The massacre has emerged as an early focus social media platform. Subscribe that post and others following Wednesday night's killings, but one law enforcement official says the former marine posted about his mental state. And whether people would believe he was saying a second law enforcement officials says that based on time stamps the gunman apparently stopped shooting inside the bar and posted to Instagram a member of MS thirteen pleads guilty to federal charges. Twenty two year old Kevin Alexis Hernandez Guevara also known as stop is an illegal immigrant from El Salvador who was living in New Jersey is now admitted to his role to.

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"laura rosenthal" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

13:59 min | 2 years ago

"laura rosenthal" Discussed on KCRW

"To stay safe and keeping things tried to keep con-. I see the truck in your driveways loaded up with essentials. Yeah. We actually loaded up our two other vehicles with stuff and not take our last final question. I'll let you go. Why are you here because fires right there? I know. So my mom is in the hospital. I came home day just grab a few things. But my husband and I'm leaving leaving very quickly. Obviously a lot of people didn't have a whole lot of time to get out. Did they saw five minutes later because five minutes later the Cape abandoned for evacuations, but she got out of along long. And I think now that neighborhood that was packed with people up twenty minutes. They all should be got at the knock on already what about traffic control, Saul? Because and and we talked to some folks in Malibu, some of whom you will here in just a few moments. But as far as getting people out, you know, the the infrastructure in those areas, those are some pretty small roads that lead to bigger roads. But it's really difficult to maneuver about. When you're in a hurry and trying to get out. Yeah. I think it's really neighborhood by neighborhood. I've been in fires. Uh-huh. Airy. He's not like that for neighborhood. I was in Rome could Avenue's actually it'd be a problem for these folks certainly by neighborhood, white what whatever your neighborhood here. Tell you to get out get out. No fooling around is threatening yourself, and you're threatening a firefighter Saul have you seen? I know. We were we were we played the chainsaw tape. But we had all of that information about what firefighters are really trying to do to get to to get a handle at least get this surrounded. But I understand that. There are no airdrops or there have been very few at least up until now do we see more of that happening retardant water things like that. Yeah. I'm on a very high point now seamy valley of a great view from. I do not. I don't see a play to the sky helicopter in the sky. Might be related to win. I wasn't gonna talk to you standing outside. But it's so overpowering. I think they have a lot of those vehicles aircraft after stay grounded these kind of conditions. And then there's just the smoke of the fires were AM. It's pretty clear, but as I look a few miles away it is fair. It's just a wall of smoke. I mean, it looks like the surface of Edith looking after action. So I think what they can't be there. They will get. Yeah. It's difficult to fly. When you've got fifty mile an hour winds up against you, certainly how close are those homes to the flames, Saul do we have. I mean, do you see you said it's a wall of smoke and you see flames. Oh, yeah. Quite clearly from here. I could see smoke everywhere with the navy. I was in which is by park on the south side CD valley on the air. I mean, it was crazy community festival a purse. Along each other taking soapies with a flame or things change immediately evacuate. What would eventually evacuation was cold? And every and everybody looked pretty quickly. I think you know. No seriously prepared to leave. So I saw a lot of card loaded up people people work and family photos. All the things you're supposed to take convey left pretty quickly. I think the question now for the figures are there more mandatory evacuations called in that particular. Who the others here in southern California affected by this fire? It's interesting to me because I know the vernacular can vary from from place to place we get mandatory evacuations in some parts where you are. But also voluntary evacuations and other parts has anybody been confused about whether they have to go or whether they need to go. There was confusion about that. And actually people in the neighborhood. Right within microcosm exchange. They were by Abraham. But the people I talked to said. It till they got the mandatory evacuation warning while I was there. They had heard anything from any authorities. But of course, they do the fire. I think at some point you just have to be rational like anything, but I see the smoke and fire. It's coming this way. Maybe I should lead. And I I just think, you know, people have to sell to either they don't get that phone caller that the door. I should say that does the fire back people left their their their their their their their is open. So they can access backyard and cut back cut back whatever they could. And those guys were working really really hard on the on the a lot of work, and certainly more work to be done this weekend. And in the days to come as the winds don't appear to be dying down KCRW saw Gonzales joining us from seamy valley this afternoon and you'll update us, right? Yeah. Absolutely. So thank you so much stay safe out there as well. Please. Thank you. KCRW Holly Adams right now because we're looking at traffic in that area. And I I mentioned the Saul Holly that we've had so many issues of people trying to get out from one place to another. We'll talk about Malibu and just a minute. But I wanna talk about that area of the Kanawha valley. So the one on one is shut down at this point. Isn't it? It is. Yes, and people are just trying to get around the best that they can on side streets must've side streets are closed as well. So, you know, he's just gotta stay in place wherever you are in in in a case like that you use the side streets, and they're obviously, I I would imagine law enforcement officials are in those places trying to guide people through those areas. Do we know like from what point two one point the the one on one freeway shut down? It looks like it's shut down from about from just a little bit north of Woodland Hills through Westlake village. So it looks like that whole area is blocked off in both directions. So this is west of the kane'ohe great or between. I think this is between Calabasas and the canal great in that area. Yeah. It's around a gory hills Calabasas Calabasas liberty canyon is like that. Or at KCRW is Holly Adams with adult bring Benjamin back in because we're talking more about the situation in Malibu as well and Benjamin how many homes just in the Malibu area. We're talking thousands of homes there. That's the thing. It's tough. To know. Exactly. How many homes have been destroyed this fire has been moving so radically specially the Wolsey fire and a lot of that has to do with the high winds. I was looking at some of the win totals over here in Ventura County upwards of fifty miles per hour, in some cases, so really reports here indicate at least dozens dozens of homes in oak park Thousand Oaks, bell canyon, some other Ventura County communities and also moving down into maladies. Let's keep an eye on that Malibu. I know the evacuation order there has PCH jammed or for much of the afternoon was John probably still is and sitting in much of that traffic right now as Malibu city council. Member Laura Rosenthal. Who's city was earlier today was? Evacuated and she joins us right now. Hi, laura. Oh, my pleasure. How do you evacuate an entire city, especially when PCH is pretty much the main way in and out? With a lot of difficulty. PCH actually is a lot better right now. Earlier this morning. I had a lot of friends evacuated and the traffic was completely stopped all the way by Zuma beach, four to five hours to get into Santa Monica right now, I've been on the road probably a little over an hour. And I'm not too big rock yet or panga, I guess would be an area that a lot of people know about. So it's bumper to bumper. Again, they were supposed to be opening up all four lanes going eastbound or southbound, but I have yet to see that. This is a contra flow traffic, right? The other lanes that that you would normally go into Malibu now police or law enforcement are supposed to be opening that up to travel to get out. Harassed and showed it is. There's nobody coming the other direction that has been closed for quite a while. And so I'm not quite sure what the difficulty has been to get people out. But I think one of the issues right now is that hanged with just a vacuum waited also. So some of those people will be coming down to PCH would go the other direction, you would hope that with two paying being evacuated as well to paying a canyon boulevard will take you all the way to the one on one, but the resources there, I know the one a one especially as you head toward the canal valley in those parts of the canyons of the mountain passes. There are also jammed because we have fire crews trying to really hit these fires. Correct. And it's been I've lived in Malibu for thirty years, and we've certainly been evacuated before, but this is the worst that I've seen it. And it's an different part. This is in the you know from our Civic Center north or west whole neighborhoods are on you know, on fire, and I finally left. My neighborhood was okay. At least for them, but you could not brings and we have had no power since this morning, and that gets to be very scary scenario, especially as nightfall our firefighters going door to door pounding on doors getting people out of their how how is this evacuation working? So they do that in certain areas where there is were there a flames and where they think the flames are coming. I have a number of friends a canyon. And so the firefighters go house to house there and the star or the sheriff's deputies if there's no flames right in a neighbor that they're not going to do it. But the fire moved so quickly. That I I don't know of anybody that did not get out. But I do have a lot of friends that have lost their homes, and we're not we're not able to get anything out of their homes. You mentioned council member that this has happened before there have been evacuations of Malibu before. And certainly I I can remember fires that have that have hit the area wildfires, but but in a situation like this. I mean is this something that you prepare for does the city put something together as far as go that this contra flow on PCH should happen or or we try and find different ways out for people to really get out of the city. Well, the. PCH is really that's all done by our sheriffs and our fire department. But this city we have a lot of emergency evacuation plans. We do a lot of education with our community and actually very used to this people are used to evacuating they have things packed. They nowhere to take their pets. A large animals are usually taken down to the beach. When I was down there earlier, I probably saw between forty and fifty horses and people with you know, with other livestock chicken and things like that a lot of dogs down there. So people know about this in my community. They know what to do that doesn't mean that everybody's listen style. What do you tell your constituents? Then if if if somebody perhaps hasn't listened in the past what do you say to them right now? Well, I actually have a friend right now who's staying in his house, and we begged him to leave and he wouldn't do it. So, you know, his girlfriend left and everybody else laughed, but there's only so much that you can do he wanted to protect his house. So I mean, that's all you can do is just beg people and say, hey, this is a different kind of fire. It's moving so quickly. Please leave nothing is worse. You know, Shane for take your family, take your pets and get out. What do you what do you say to constituents after the fire after the fires are put out? They will eventually go out. Who knows what kind of damage there will be at that point. But what will the city do what kind of resources does the city have? Well, actually our city. You know, we're really just a small town. Even though we're well known to everybody, and we really come together. I remember after the ninety three fire in the two thousand and seven fire. We come. Together. And we help people that have lost their homes and the city will provide whatever resources that we can to help. Our resident council member Laura Rosenthal from the city of Malibu. Thank you for your time. I know it's a busy day for you. We're glad you took a little time out to talk to us. Thank you. And thank you for getting the word out to everyone. No problem. And I'm gonna bring KCRW is Holly Adams back in and we talked about Holly. The the fact that the PCH is closed as a council member said. But also if you're headed west on the ten you're not going to be able to go through the McClure tunnel. They are funneling actually you can't you have to get off at Cloverfield. They have the Lincoln exit has closed as well. My goodness. Freeways, just jam-packed packed. It's backed up all the way to Cloverfield. So it looks like that's your only option. And if you're heading eastbound on the ten and your somehow got on you can get on eastbound at Lincoln, and but you can't exit at twentieth street. Shuffle as many people to the east as possible and the side streets are says, well, he can't even imagine on a Friday afternoon to KCRW's Holly Adams. All right. We'll keep you updated on all of this information have more for about ten minutes with up to the minute information on the fires here in southern California. You're listening to KCRW at three twenty. The world is supported by babble a European-made language.

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"laura rosenthal" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"laura rosenthal" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"To attack russian hacking operations worthy originate he added that he's not going to tell the president what he should or should not do either a teacher has been taken into custody at a high school in georgia or police say there was a security incident dalton police tweeted about the arrest this morning right after tweeting that shots were reported at dalton high they say no kids were hurt or endanger parents have taken their children to school today for the first time to the former stood shot up stillman douglas high in florida many students say they didn't feel they were ready to go back florida governor rick scott is pushing lawmakers now in his state to pass a half billion dollar school safety package scott says part of the money would go towards adding technology to help keep kids and staffers safe we've got invested meld abductors we've got to invest in bulletproof glass we've got an investment steel doors we've got to invest in upgraded locks scott says the money it also go towards putting more cops and mental health professionals at schools a judge in virginia has ruled tarps covering statues a confederate general robert e lee and thomas jackson in charlottesville must be removed he's elected officials have overstepped their authority by leaving the tarps and have no legal right to remove the statues malibu city council says plastic on its beaches is the last straw the group has voted to ban plastic straw's stirs and cutlery in class thick is forever it does not go away councilwoman laura rosenthal says the city find that all over its beaches but starting june 1st only would paper or bamboo is allowed to help people eat or drink first of all you don't need a stir a hot drink water or to drink a soda you can actually tissues your mouth she says people can also get porter

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"laura rosenthal" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"laura rosenthal" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The rise low member fdic with a centralist county is following la's lead in studying the possible negative effects of shortterm rentals like airbnb in similar platforms are mostly regulated on the city level but la county is started looking into its options for unincorporated areas la has been considered considering the legal limits to how many days per year people can actually run out their homes some critics say that the shortterm rentals worse in the housing crisis by taking homes off the market in treating the more like motels malibu city council says plastics on its beaches that's the last straw the group has voted to ban plastic straw's stirs and cutlery in class thick is forever it does not go away councilwoman laura rosenthal says the city find that all over its beaches but starting june 1st only would paper or bamboo is allowed to help people eat or drink first of all you don't need a stir a hot to drink water or to drink a soda you can actually just use your mouth she says people can also get portable reusable utensils and keep them in their car corbyn carson kfi news the decision by the white house chief of staff john kelly to take the topsecret security clearance away from white house adviser jared kushner who just happens to be the president's soninlaw could have a ripple effect dozens of high level white house aides have been working on temporary security clearance as kushner was that includes trump's right hand his went right hand gal that is daughter ivanka abc's cecilia vega explains what kushner's security demotion could mean in terms of access kushner now restricted from viewing the nation's most closely guarded secrets including the president's daily security briefing now kushner's lawyer says that the change in status will not affect his ability to do the job and tinseltown.

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"laura rosenthal" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"laura rosenthal" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Get into the sierra from say the bay area nightmare just don't go one time we tried to go on christmas in it was that christmas eve it a trip that should normally have taken us like three and a half hours to get there took us almost nine because the snow voting to some must that's the reason you don't have guns in the car because take it to your forehead after about six hours alyssa capri just that will be back she is me more handle on that's my coffee uh coming up more handle on the news all right i'll inside baseball here jennifer please new rules that move california into the fast lane of driverless technology in april companies can start testing the tac with out the human drivers serving in the backup but dmv spokeswoman jessica gonzalez says that they're still needs to be a connection with a remote operator that driver left vehicle while need to interact with on or spent in some way too that they know how to find uh who own day where the registration information it things like that so really a a communication link companies will still need to report crashed data and the companies will also need to notify the local law enforcement before putting driverless cars on the streets news is brought to you by veteran owns semper larest stocked with us angeles county is following la's lead in studying the possible negative effects of shortterm rentals like airbnb and similar platforms are mostly regulated on the city level but la county is started looking into its options for unincorporated areas la has been considered considering the legal limits to how many days per year people can actually run out their homes some critics say that the shortterm rentals worse in the housing crisis by taking homes off the market in treating the more like motels malibu city council says plastics on its beaches that's the last straw the group has voted to ban plastic straw's stirs and cutlery classic is forever it does not go away councilwoman laura rosenthal says the city find that all over its beaches but starting june 1st only would paper or bamboo is allowed to help people eat or drink first of all.

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"laura rosenthal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"laura rosenthal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hands of her young actors hear what what surprised you the most about working with the young people in this film i think really what surprise me about working with these kids is how little different it was really a from working with with adults it's definitely true that we cast some extremely bright and precocious and in curious kids who took their their their jobs in their characters and the story very very seriously and and we're very generous with their ideas and were really very into it you know but i also think it's true about this age this aides of around twelve years old which all three of the central characters in the movie rosen the black and white story bannon color story in a little boy he meets in the museum natural history jamie they're all about twelve and it's this kind of amazing time i and i can speak maybe more as from for boys than than women but because puberty has not hate yet and you there is a clarity of vision there's a sort of wisdom about the world that is pretty remarkable and one might argue we never really exceed in la voin on for various reasons militant simmons who plays roche she's death she is daft and wonder struck of their first film role yeah how did you find her it worked with my casting director laura rosenthal i've been working with for many years masing and she enlisted heard small department in emissions of relief first get to know where the deaf communities sort of collect around the united states and start to list start soliciting unnoticed as about this this role oh but we were on the search for this this kid to be in movie and.

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"laura rosenthal" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"laura rosenthal" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Knowing that a great deal rests on uh the ability of a kid to pull it off into carry a film like this without words um because even in addition to that rose the character in 2007 doesn't even know sign language yet so she expresses herself just with gesture and just with her looks and just with her body and there is no dialogue and the that portion of the film either so there are you're not even hearing what people are saying to her uh so it was from tremendous risk in burden but we just thought we do everything we could i worked with my casting director laura rosenthal i've been working with for many years masing and she listed her small department in emissions of relief first get to know where the deaf communities sort of collect around the united states and start jelicic start soliciting notices about this this role that we were on the search for this this kid to be in a movie and we found milli um not even in in a deaf school in a in a hearing schools whose assimilated into which is not uncommon in outside salt lake city utah and kid started sending in selfmade addition tapes that they would do at home on their phones with their mom spy makhamra whoever it was a we asked all of them to sign who they were the beginning and tell us a little bit about themselves and it was just a fascinating process but seeing myllys tape was just an incredibly moving experience because um something about the her whole self.

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"laura rosenthal" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"laura rosenthal" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Because puberty has not hit yet and there's a clarity of vision there's a sort of wisdom about the world that is pretty remarkable and one might argue we never really exceed in la from voin on for various reasons militant simmons who plays roche she's death she is deft and wonder struck of their first film role yet how did you find her well it started with just the conviction and the kind of wish know that we could find a deaf kid to play this central role knowing that a great deal rests on the ability of akin to pull it off and to carry a film like this without words um because even in addition to that rose the character in 2007 doesn't even know sign language yet so she expresses herself just with gesture and just with her looks and just with her body and there is no dialogue and the that portion of the film either so there are already been hearing what people are saying to her uh so it was from tremendous risk and burden but we just thought we do everything we could i worked with my casting director laura rosenthal i've been working with for many years masing and she listed her small department in a mission to relieve first get to know where the death communities sort of collect around the united states and start illicit start soliciting notices about this this role that we were on the search for this this kid to be in a movie and we found milli um not even in in a deaf school in a in a hearing schools use assimilated into which is not uncommon in outside salt lake city utah and kids started sending in selfmade addition tapes that they would do at home on their phones with their mom spy makhamra whoever it was a we asked all of them to sign who they were the beginning and tell us a little bit about themselves than it was just a fascinating process but seeing myllys tape was just an incredibly moving experience because something about the her whole self.

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