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"Poverty increased by 74% to make us the poorest country in Latin America This figure by itself explains the migrant caravan of thousands of people of all ages who flee to the north Mexico and the United States Looking for a place in a way to subsist regardless of the risk it implies for their lives Castro's presidency marks the end of a brutal 12 year regime by the U.S. back right wing national party which first came to power after the 2009 U.S. backed coup that overthrew Castro's husband President Manuel lya This comes as many are demanding outgoing Honduran president Warner lender Hernandez be indicted an extradited to the United States to face charges of aiding drug traffickers like his brother In Japan 6 people who develop thyroid cancer in the aftermath of the 2011 Fukushima nuclear meltdown filed a landmark lawsuit against the Tokyo electric power company The plaintiffs were age 6 to 16 at the time of the devastating earthquake and tsunami which triggered one of the world's worst nuclear disasters a court acquitted former executives from the utility company in 2019 Meanwhile a plan to release wastewater from the Fukushima plant starting next year has sparked international condemnation At least 70 people in Southern Africa were killed as tropical storm Anna struck Madagascar this week before slamming into mozambican Malawi torrential rains triggered landslides and caused flooding that washed away bridges submerged farmers fields and damaged tens of thousands of homes hardest hit was Madagascar where the UN says 1 million people are already facing severe hunger from food shortages brought on by acute drought last year the World Food Program warned Madagascar faced the first ever famine caused by climate change Meanwhile one of the largest icebergs ever observed has broken up in the southern Atlantic Ocean When it drifted away from Antarctica in 2017 iceberg a 68 a was roughly the size of Delaware weighing in at an estimated 1 trillion tons Scientists warn melting ice from the Berg has dumped billions of tons of freshwater into salty seas near South Georgia island with unknown consequences for marine life and the environment A federal judge in Washington D.C. has canceled oil and gas leases in the Gulf of Mexico ruling the Biden administration's auction of 80 million acres last year failed to sufficiently account for the climate crisis It's a major victory for environmentalists who have been fighting What would have been the largest sale of offshore oil and gas leases in U.S. history The Los Angeles city councils voted to prohibit new oil and gas wells and phase out existing wells within city limits The measure also creates a program to help oil and gas workers transition to jobs in other industries Los Angeles council president Mary Martinez spoke ahead of Wednesday's unanimous vote Referred to long neighborhood drilling has disproportionately affected the health of our low income communities of color From three ways to power plants are falling communities bear the brunt of pollution and climate impacts A 2021 study by University of Southern California researchers found residents of majority black and LatinX communities in south Los Angeles who live near oil and gas sites have lower lung function which may contribute to environmental health disparities President Biden heads to Pittsburgh Pennsylvania today to promote his recently past $1 trillion infrastructure Bill hours before Biden's visit a bridge connecting Pittsburgh's region square and squirrel hill neighborhoods collapsed No injuries were reported at the time of this broadcast but residents reported a strong smell of natural gas in the area The U.S. coast guard has suspended its search for dozens of migrants who are feared dead after their boat capsized off the coast of Florida on Saturday 5 bodies have been found while 34 people are still missing when survivor was rescued earlier this week as he clung to the hull of the sinking boat which had departed from The Bahamas Oklahoma prison officials have carried out the first execution in the United States this year 46 year old Donald grant was strapped to a gurney at the Oklahoma state penitentiary in mcallister Thursday morning and injected with a lethal cocktail of three drugs He was declared dead at ten 16 a.m. grant had asked federal courts to hold his killings saying Oklahoma's lethal injection protocol presented an unconstitutional risk of pain and suffering It was Oklahoma's third execution since the death penalty was reinstated after a 6 year pause that followed a string of botched executions Last October 60 year old John Marion grant convulsed and repeatedly vomited after he was administered a sedative and an execution that witnesses described as drawn out and tortuous Here in New York workers at an Amazon warehouse in Staten Island will vote on whether to unionize their workplace the effort is being led by Chris smalls who Amazon fired in March of 2020 after he organized a wildcat strike to Manning sanitized workspaces protective masks and COVID-19 tests for workers The Staten Island Amazon workers will vote on whether to join a grassroots worker group called the Amazon labor union which is unaffiliated with any national union Elsewhere in New York City hundreds of street vendors led a march to Times Square Thursday demanding labor protections and for the city to stop issuing heavy fines to vendors who haven't been able to get selling permits Bronx council member fiorina Sanchez is backing new legislation that would end the criminalization of street vendors and increase the number of ending permits.
Los Angeles City Council approves phaseout of oil drilling
"Use force against Ukraine by mid February The Los Angeles city council has voted to start the process to end oil drilling in Los Angeles More from CBS and Steve federman The council approved a measure that would ban any new drooling for oil and gas it would phase out any existing drilling At least the third government entity in the U.S. to take such action petroleum industry officials call the measure illegal They are expected to challenge it in court And if it survives attempts to block it it will likely take several years to fully implement Blue cross blue shield health insurer anthem underwhelms Wall Street with 2022 forecast for earnings revenue and enrollment projections and Mattel wins back rights from Hasbro for Disney frozen and princess products This is CBS News Never
California Has a Lot of Recall Attempts, and Not Just for Governors
"The city of los angeles alone. There are currently three efforts underway right now to recall members of the los angeles city council and the tone of the l. a. times here is telling quote another day another recall notice in the city of los angeles. You need a grand total of five voters to get together to begin the process of calling for a recall for los angeles official five voters. Literally you can start a recall with the number of people you can fit in your camry and it's not just lay across the state of california. There are more than seventy elected officials who are facing the threat of recall just this year. Because that's how they do it in california california asked for recalls all the time you can mount a recall campaign against any statewide elected official for any reason at all if you can achieve the grand results of collecting signatures from just twelve percent of people. Who voted in the last election for that seat. Not twelve percent of registered voters but twelve percent of the number of people who voted in the last election for that seat specifically. That's all you need to be able to get that. Statewide elected official. Put up for recall as low bars. Go this is kind of so low. It just sits there on the floor and invites you to walk on it. And so every governor in california for the past sixty years as faced at one attempt to recall them And you will of course recalled the successful two thousand and three recall of democrat. California governor gray davis. That's how we ended up. Bizarrely with governor arnold schwarzenegger for a hot but now the republicans are trying again with this. Recall attempt that they are mounting against democratic governor gavin. Newsom the polls close tomorrow tonight Excuse me close tomorrow night at eight. Pm pacific time
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"Wheeler and the Portland City Councils say that they are going to quote, cut trade and travel with Texas. And I think you know why. So this is the This is the thing that's become really standard over the last. I don't know, however many years And you saw a lot of it. Obviously with HB two when that was going on, you'd have, like the state of California will not approved travel to North Carolina unless it's pre approved emergency or something. And then You're like, Okay, So what? What is? What does that cover? So you guys will not officially send anyone from California unless it's an emergency. And especially a government. Official. I don't know A lot of people in North Carolina who want California government officials running around over here because they'll touch stuff they'll mess stuff up. They can't help it. So now the state of Texas has to deal with the city of Portland, not wanting to do it. It's just a giant empty gesture. And I'll explain why. Because For core fundamental things where people would actually travel. Right? That they'll go ahead and approve that. And then people will travel anyway. Don't you ever seen a follow up story of this? California has I think that you have, like God? A dozen or more states where, uh, where officials don't travel, too, because at various points they California didn't like something that another state did with their laws. And decided that they were going to, um you know somebody was going to make a statement at the Legislature. Or on the you know, Los Angeles City Council or whatever it was, and it's all meaningless. So they get out of sending somebody. If a conference happens to be somewhere, that's you know, not necessary, and even then. You've seen exemptions for stuff like that, Because quote unquote, it was important to core functions or something. So I'm sure that Texans are waking up this morning and they're just devastated. So good for you, Ted Wheeler. Right. 8889347874 the phone number. Speaking of devastated Um all right, well, hang out with this. Yeah. J. What's up? Hey, Casey, Um, this situation of leaving $90 billion of equipment. Has just made the Taliban the fifth most powerful military in the world. And if that isn't eight and and comfort to the enemy, I don't know what is. I don't they're saying waiting till 2022 when the Republicans gain to, uh Power in the House and the Senate. But this is this is not right. Craig Biden is not incompetent. He's criminal. Is criminal and needs to be impeached immediately along with Pelosi and Harris, because they're in common. They're complicit in a law in this situation, and I was going to ask you What is the possibility of a military intervention over President Biden's head would just be considered treason or mercy. So you're you want a coup, sir? No, No, I don't want to cool, but it's something needs to be done and need to be as they say, What do you think? Military competence. What? That's military intervention, sir. That's a coup in Afghanistan. Afghanistan, Not in the United States. Casey in Afghanistan, Okay, I'm sorry. I misunderstood. I thought you were implying that the military do something here. And I was going to give you this looking for my so long. Yeah, I'm not looking for martial arts. Yeah, Yeah. Okay, um Why does the with would that be considered treason or mercy? Because, uh, over to override President Biden? I say, President, I say President, I use that term loosely because he's not in charge. If they cut the courts, the president Biden, he would, he would drop like howdy duty or Pinocchio. And that's all that's all in deference to Howdy Doody in Pinocchio because they have a greater linguistic dexterity than Joe Biden. Well, look, you know, I tend to try to deal in the practical side of things on the practical side of things is The impeachment, it has been turned into a It's silly putty at this point, obviously, evidence it's all you have to do. To example that is compare the Ukraine phone call with the Afghan phone call. Hey, would you help me? So, but you know, it does matter who's in charge, so You know, that's that's the reality of it. Do you really think Magnus in charge? Yes, I do. Yes, you know, because he's the president. We disagree on that, then. Thanks, Casey. You disagree that he's the president. Disagreed. It is in charge. Someone's pulling strength. He's the price. I understand that and that just just because he's president doesn't mean he's in charge. Casey The the power the powers that be controlling interest. Obama. People in the in the back in the, uh, in the In the In the back of the scene, the scenery are pulling the strings. I mean, really? I say, Check your watch or take a nap. But as far as well in this country. He's not running this country, Casey. No, but he is because he's the president. I understand where you're going. No, no, no, I'm not going anywhere, sir. Here's what I'm here is that and I appreciate the call J. I'm not going to sit here and and After the The hyperbole and the, um After what I just witnessed during the previous administration and where politicians are willing to take this stuff. In the sense that no Joe Biden is in charge. Do Does he have people that are Are definitively dipping their toe in the water to influence what it is he's doing and has he probably yielded. Saying, You know what? This. You're more of an expert here. Um yeah, that sounds good. Let's go ahead and do that. Is there some collusion if you will not, maybe not, in the legal sense, but in the the actual sense of where There are certain platform items and pet projects that Joe Biden is willing to be.
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"Apartment rent, car payments and school tuition. Trump Organization Attorney Alan Fortifies had a different take. I believe he Political forces. Driving today's events are just that the Trump Organization and CFL y Silberg pleaded not guilty. Former President Donald Trump was not charged at this stage of the investigation. I might grow CEO President Biden says the government will pay 100% of the cost of search and rescue for the 1st 30 Days and Surfside, Florida. The search for the missing is on hold there from last week's collapse of a condo building. There are worries about the stability of the remaining structure. The president spoke to families of the missing. They're praying. Complaining that God that to be a miracle, let there be something happened for me. That's good. President. Biden also talked about coordination from Florida's Republican governor and senators. There's no disagreement, no bickering. Everybody's in the same team. It's what America is all about. A judge in Wisconsin ordered the release of a woman convicted of stabbing her classmate to please the slender man character in 2014, saying she's no longer a threat to anyone. The Los Angeles City Council passed an anti camping measure that will severely limit widespread homeless encampments that have become an eyesore across Los Angeles. Stocks finished higher today on Wall Street. This is a P news Cruz at Zion National Park in nearby business owners in Utah are still cleaning up and assessing the damage from a massive flash flood that ripped through the popular Red Rock park, sending modern debris onto streets Look like a swimming pool. It was unbelievable. I'm telling you.
Los Angeles City Council Expected to Finalize "Hero Pay"
"The city of L. A approved a $5 an hour hazard pay increase for some retail workers. Today L a now joins a note by growing number of Southern California cities where supermarket and pharmacy workers have stayed on the job throughout the pandemic is KCRW's Matt Dillon reports. The vote to approve so called Hero pay in L. A was nearly unanimous when the measure first came before the council last month, 14 members approved and one dissented. At all of them signed off, it could have passed. Then. Instead of this repeat vote, both Times Council member John Lee was the lone dissenter, calling it a government overreach into business. L. A now joins Long Beach, Montebello and Coachella and approving temporary raises for essential workers. Ella's hero pay will last 120 days and cover employees at supermarkets and pharmacies that have more than 300 workers nationwide. Measure also includes workers that big box stores with at least 10% of their sales floors dedicated to grocery or drug retail. California Grocers Association, A trade group has challenged the ordinances in court, but a judge has so far blocked their effort to overturn Long Beach is $4 pay hike. Parent company of Ralph said it would close two of its stores in that
Los Angeles City Council Passes Motion to Fund Second Round of Rental Assistance
"With this KCRW NEWS Update, the L. A City Council has signed off on a second round of rental assistance. The council voted yesterday to use money from the federal and state relief programs for the city's Coben 19 Emergency Renters relief program. Money will go to help about 64,000 families in the region, according to council President Nury Martinez. This assistance is not only a lifeline for families that Desperately need our help to be able to pay their rent. But also it's a direct help to the mom and pop landlords who are struggling to make their mortgages. The first round of city assistance provided rent subsidies totaling more than $98 million. This one will focus on paying off past rent. The maximum grant level is said it $10,000. Emotion now heads to
Los Angeles City Council Approves ‘Hero' Pay for Grocery Workers
"Hour news in the City Council's moved forward on requiring grocery stores to step up pay for employees during the pandemic, the council's following a move made by the county and Long Beach to require large grocery stores to tack on $5 an hour hero pig she store workers do not have the luxury of working from home, Councilman Mitchell Farrell says. The workers deal with a lot of people who shuffle through the stores with Councilman John Lee says the requirement could hit mid level grocers. That's where I'm really worried about the unintended concept. Quinces. Councilman Markey's hero stops and says the measure is really designed for the big chains, their CEOs and the people in the C suite. They getting hazard pay, except they're not. Exposing
A Los Angeles councilman stumbles through the Pledge of Allegiance
"Misleading. A longtime California Democratic lawmaker badly bungled the pledge of allegiance during a Los Angeles City Council meeting on Tuesday. Morning, he was asked to lead the Pledge of Allegiance. And here is L. A City council member, Kevin Daily on a pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States America. Invincible. I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America. Oh, boy. Witches stands one nation under God, indivisible with liberty and justice for all. Live. That's how we ended that that's Kevin Daily own. No one even jumped into like, help save them. This is a guy who ran for the United States Senate in California, and he doesn't know the pledge of allegiance. He's now sitting on the City Council. Right. Wow. Yeah. That was awkward. Awkward is a soft way of putting. It did to think that our elected officials can't recite the pledge of Allegiance. Where school Children? Well, I don't even know if they do it anymore. Oh, I think they do. I've been in schools for presentations, and they've done the pledge of allegiance when I was there. Mm. Okay. Just thought we'd bring that out for you.
Los Angeles Council president introduces motion for expanded renters relief program
"City Council wants to give renters more breathing room, Los Angeles City Council President Nury Martinez introduced a motion to expand the Emergency Renters relief program. Using additional funding approved by Congress to help tenants during the pandemic, The motion reads. While the city's eviction moratorium and Renters assistance program has provided critical relief, many tenants are still months behind on rent with no foreseeable way to pay it back and without the additional help. Many families could end up on the streets.
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"This opportunity make you proud by being a fierce advocate for working families throughout the state of California, Angela the voice and I just For the honor. Padilla is an M I T graduate with a degree in engineering and was the Los Angeles City Council president before becoming California's secretary of state in 2015, Here's Governor Newsome, first of them character, decency, integrity. Great intellect and mighty After all on it's someone I called as a friend. Ideas. Replacement as secretary of state will be San Diego Assemblywoman Shirley Weber, and we have more from her right now is something woman. Shirley Weber, California's new secretary of state, says that her father taught her the importance of voting at a young age for years on 45th and Broadway was a polling place of Los Angeles for that particular precinct. My dad was so proud. My mom was so proud and as a family we knew on election Day go through the back door because people are both in the living room. Weber will become the first African American to serve as California's secretary of state. Sacramento is gearing up for a project that will close six miles of road two cars, leaving them open for cycling and walking. The move is part of the project called Slow and Active Streets. The project aims to promote physical and mental health while reducing greenhouse gas emissions. It will be tested near William's Land Park from Freeport Boulevard to land Park drive. The city is still working on identifying which streets will close and new traffic safety laws are set to go into effect in the new year. KFBK Sneak Emma got his breaks down just a few of them starting January. 1st. A new law will prevent those who break into a car to rescue a child from being faced with civil or criminal liability. For trespassing or damages. It only applies if the child is six years old or younger, and is in immediate danger from heat called lack of ventilation or other dangerous conditions. Another law will add a point to the driver's record of anyone who violates the hands free law for a second time within 36 months of a prior conviction. Make him a girl. His news and 93.1 kfbk. Okay, so Brexit is fast approaching UK European Union getting close on a deal after months of tense negotiations. In fact, the deal is expected to be announced sometime today. While we were expecting it, maybe, like a week or two ago, and then they delayed it. And they said We need to talk a little bit further. So this has been dragging on for all right. We're going to talk to Tom Rivers. He's coming up coming up sometime this morning. Little bit, letting the seven o'clock hour. Okay. 5 34 on a Thursday morning area Top national Stories. December's already been the deadliest month of the pandemic. So far. Now doctors are afraid January will be even worse. Doctor. She's job dean of the.
Alex Padilla to become California's first Latino senator, replacing Harris
"California governor gavin newsom has appointed california's secretary of state. Alex padilla to replace vice president-elect kamala harris in the us senate padilla will make history as the first latin next senator to represent california state with a population. That's forty percent latin x. He was first elected to public office at twenty six years old. When he joined the los angeles city council he went on to serve two terms in the state senate followed by two terms as the state secretary of state. Alex padilla is the son of mexican immigrants and video. Posted by governor newsom to twitter. Padeas talked about how his family's background has shaped his political. Work can tell you how many pancakes my dad flip through egg scrambled. Try to provide for us sir. In many many years my mom cleaning house the same. So i i try so hard to make sure that our democracy is as inclusive in california's we built in to help a important perspective to washington. Alex padilla is a close ally of governor gavin newsom. He has not taken a public stance unpopular progressive issues. Such as medicare for all. The green new deal abolishing ice. That's immigration customs enforcement for more on his appointment. We go to los angeles where we're joined by fernando guetta. He's a professor of political science at loyola marymount university where he's also director of the center for the study of los angeles. We welcome you to democracy now. Professor get it. It's great to have you back after a number of years. Can you start off by talking about the significance of this appointment and who alex and who. Alex padilla is someone you've known for many many years. Well obviously the significant is very historic and symbolic that latinos. Now have this position. There's been tremendous amount of latino political mobilization. And you've seen latino mayors like antonio viragos lieutenant governor secretary of state mike. But the you've seen latinos be the head of the legislature speaker or as president pro. Tem of the senate. Republican the only positions that latinos having gained in modern times as the us senate which they've never held in california and governor. There wasn't latino governor back in the eighteen seventies but this is really a reflection of the historic importance of latinos also politically. You know we think about forty percent of the population and they're also a significant number of the electric. It is because a lot tino political mobilization that california is deeply blue without that innovation california would be purple and maybe even read and we're changed the whole dynamics of national politics. I remind people that for many presidential elections. Republicans won california. It wasn't until nine hundred ninety. Two democrats started winning and berry winning because of we all know the. Ross perot factor there. But after that really dependent on the latino vote and latino vote is the backbone of california being democratic which becomes the backbone of the democrats having a chance in the electoral college is so historic to historic significance but also political significance
Los Angeles City Council approves plan to add unarmed crisis response team to police for nonviolent 911 calls
"The killing of George Floyd by law enforcement in Minneapolis last May, has led communities nationwide to try to re imagine who should respond to 900 calls when there's no violence involved. Today. The L. A City council took a step towards that goal. The council unanimously voted to move forward with developing an unarmed crisis response team for nonviolent 911 calls in the city of L. A region with a long history of police brutality. This would include sending a crisis team to handle incidents involving mental health, substance abuse and threats of suicide. Among
Councilman-elect Kevin de León appointed to vacant Los Angeles city seat
"Elect Kevin Day. Leon was just appointed by the Los Angeles City Council to the vacant seat in district 14 to replace suspended Councilman Jose Wiis are Eliana, former president pro TEM of the state Senate won the primary election in March with a majority of the vote. His appointment will be effective Thursday. According to the motion filed by council President Nori Martinez. You can
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"Jack Runako News the man wanted in deadly shooting at a pro trump activist in Portland last weekend, has died. Michael Raina ll was killed when a federal task force tried to arrest him in Lacy Washington Thursday night earlier. Raina ll had admitted to vice news that he pulled the trigger to kill Aaron Danielson last Saturday. Danielsson was part of a pro trump caravan that rolled through Portland amid ongoing protests against racial injustice, Traffic and your hot forecast straight ahead. Kogo news time 90 to call my guys at your power ink and go solar and 833 55 power. A couple of months ago, the Los Angeles City Council came up with a plan to deal with their Corona virus financial crisis, They decided To give city employees up to $80,000 to retire. If enough people took the money, the city could avoid pay cuts for tens of thousands of workers still on the payroll. That was the plan. Well, two months later, the Los Angeles City Council is taking another crack at the same problem because they can't seem to get their financial house in order that this time they want to give 1200 City workers buyouts and start mandatory furloughs for over 15,000 more, the furloughed workers would have to take one unpaid day off every two weeks. And here's the problem. Because of the shutdown, Ella's tax revenues are weighed down. The cost of doing business is way up. But despite the financial crisis, some city union workers air bulking and unpaid furloughs. I don't buy the idea that they are the ones that ought to take it in the shorts. They want their money on time. No questions asked. Now, before anybody pulls out there, Hank is toe wipe over the plight of the city. Workers toe weep over it. Remember this? Millions of Americans have lost jobs and businesses with no buyouts and no furloughs, while the Democrats who insisted on these shutdowns didn't give a damn Maybe you should wipe something. Rush Limbaugh show is next on news radio 600 Gogo. Of biggest names in music are on the road heading to our eye. Hard Radio Music Festival this year will be on stage Plug on plain loud. Bon Jovi, BTS, Coldplay Cane Brown and Special.
Los Angeles City Council Unanimously Votes To Establish Juneteenth As Official City Holiday
"City Council has voted to initiate the process of making Juneteenth, an official city holiday. To celebrate the end of slavery in the United States. Juneteenth is the commemoration of the end of slavery specifically on June 1918 65 in Texas, two years after the Emancipation Proclamation was issued. Councilman current price for Westen and Grand Marquis Harris Dawson filed the initial motion to have the city holiday established, Price said recent demonstrations to demand racial equity and justice heightened his desire to commemorate, celebrate and acknowledge the historical significance of June 18th.
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"AccuWeather meteorologist Joe Lundberg News, 93.1 Kfbk. And currently in Sacramento. We have 61 degrees. With stories now trending on the K F became morning news blast. Orville City Council has decided to put off a decision to remove a controversial image from the city seal, though they may still reconsider Kfbk snicker, McGee's explains. The logo features a minor panning for gold in a river and a tree behind with a noose hanging from it. The council was going to vote on changing the logo last night. But the meeting ran late. Mayor Michael Zaragosa says there wasn't enough time to have a thorough debate, and the issue has been moved to January. Historically, Placerville was given the nickname Hang Town because of the frequent hangings that occurred in the city. Nika Magus News, 93.1 KFBK California's positive Corona virus cases have surged past previous daily highs with over 10,000 cases in a single day. Tuesday's data shows 10,532 new cases of covert 19 in the state. This, according to the San Francisco Chronicle, Now the previous record for the day with the highest number of new cases was last Thursday, standing at 9870 cases state why there are now over 346,000 confirmed cases of Cove in 19 and Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti says he's on the verge of shutting down his city because of the Corona virus pandemic as it rages through, so They're in California gave Figgins Mark Mayfield reports that L. A county has seen its worst day now for hospitalization. Los Angeles County reporting a daily record for Corona virus cases as hospitalizations reach the highest point since the start of the pandemic. Local health officials added Over 4200 new infections on Tuesday to exceed 140,000 total cases. Another 73 people died from complications for a total approaching 4000. Hospital admissions are also climbing A C current number sets at over 2100. Lamerica. Our city has hinted at another potential locked down as governor Newsome issued an order for more business closures statewide this week. Mark Mayfield News, 93.1 KFBK You County is inching closer to being on the state's Cove in 19 watch list, which could mean losing indoor dining KFBK is Mike back a report with more than 40 cases on Tuesday and I C u bed under 20% capacity, the county could face further business closures in the coming days. This is beyond just a public health issue. It is beyond whether you personally agree or disagree with the requirements and policies and it's beyond politics and principles. This is about keeping our businesses open, keeping our family, friends and neighbors working and keeping our economy going. We will lose our authority to manage this at a local level. If we end up on the state's monitoring this that is Chief administrative officer Sherry McCracken. She says there is still time to prevent further closures. But safety protocols must be followed, including wearing masks in public and not gathering in large groups. Mike Baka News, 93.1 KFBK. Meantime, residents of nursing homes and assisted living facilities are especially vulnerable to covert 19. As we know most in person visits are not allowed now, in many families air now left in the dark as a result of that they've got some pretty important questions that they want to be asking their care facilities. Kate McKay's Dina Kodiak reports. You should ask if anyone in the facility has tested positive and ask often, resident staff could be vendors were coming in and out. The second question is, what is the nursing home doing to prevent infections? Are they monitoring the staff for fever? Doing any type of testing? What type of precautions in place? Bob Stephen, vice president of caregiving and health programs with AARP, the nursing home staff, have the personal protective equipment and training that they need to stay. And keep their patients safe. And if not, what are they doing about that? It's also crucial to ask what the facility is doing to help its residents stay connected with their families. How will they communicate important information to residents? And to you? And finally, is the facility fully staffed? Dina Kodiak News 93.1 Kfbk. OK, time now for our featured audio clips this our people on the far right accused Joe Biden of being a front man for far left Democrats. Who themselves can't realize their agenda. When people ask me. How are you going to pass this or how are you going to pass that? I tell them we gotta win the Senate in the White House. That is our legislative strategy, or I'm getting the stuff past. Okay. That was a OSI. Now. Ned ruin is the founder and CEO of American Majority. They are a right leaning group that finds and promotes people who are willing to be active in local government. And he recently told Fox News that he believes presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is actually a front man for the far left of that party people like Bernie Sanders and Alexandria, Cossio Cortez, So you might think that you should take what he says with a grain of salt until you hear what it cost you, Cortez said. And you just heard her. And here, Sanders And he's talking about Biden as well. This is our additional featured audio clip this hour to save people represented the progressive movement at a different perspective on things and the Bidens people. But there was serious discussion. And I think really honest in effort to come up with a compromise, and I think the compromise that they came up with If implemented, will make Biden the most progressive president since FDR. Okay, so they are looking forward to perhaps I mean, there have been Maur Progressive, either more left rainy lini or more right leaning factions of each party that have tried to get planks in the platform, like usually run convention time, right they want they want to say so. It sounds like you know they. Additionally they want to say here. Yes, she and Bernie Sanders, right? And that's the that I think tends to lend a little more credence to what this This guy is saying on the right kind of have to wait and see how it plays out. But it sure sounds like that's what they're saying. Right? Well, see if Biden comes To the middle, A CZ many candidates do you usually do and they run in the general? Right? Right now, let's get you caught up on all of this hour's top national stories Here on news, 93.1 KFBK from ABC News. I'm Shiri Freston Corona. Virus Cases surge in 38 states across the country Hope grows for a Corona virus vaccine. The biotech company Moderna has.
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"What we've got here is Failure to communicate. Free talk live. This's talk Live is for last 2020 Rogers campground, kicking off another episode here. What the hell dais this That's Friday. That's what day it is. When you're listening to the show. We're doing this show on Wednesday afternoon, a rainy Wednesday. It's been it's been unusually rainy week appear, although sometimes that's the way the cookie crumbles here at Roger's campground, But it doesn't take away from the beauty of this place. You can see The mountain ranges that surround Rogers Campground is sort of coded in in various different clouds, and it's still very, very, very pretty, in its own way. It is and the rain is going to stop for the people who are coming up here this weekend. I mean, think so tomorrow and the next, they have only 50% chances of brain. Okay, So even if it does, rain is going to be very brief on Saturday has a 30% chance so it's not like and of course, these numbers are constantly changing because the weather here is Unpredictable, But I don't expect it to rain much past today. Thankfully, yes, well, only time will tell, But it's still good to be here with a what is it good? I would say a group of folks who are getting to spend time together anymore. I would say it's more of an intimate gathering than you would have during the Porcupine Freedom Festival. You got maybe a few dozen folks here in the camp ground, maybe several dozen at this point, because there are some people have been showing up every single day, so it's hard to get a real feel. That's the thing with four fast. There are no tickets, so it's hard to get a real feel for how many people are here for Fork Fest versus how many people We're just here at the camp ground because it's a cool campground. People want to be here. But there are sort of tickets now online for free. And not everyone is bothering to jump through the hoops to get one. Yeah, they're not really tickets. They're just a way to get into this new app that we talked about on the show in some detail. Yesterday, you gotta fork fessed up party. To learn more about that with you here today are in Eclipse Mountaineer, and it was Ari. Although we sort of talked Teo talk over each other, but that emotion that really sorry, eh? So we were talking. There's some stuff in the news that's worth discussing here, and a lot of the headlines over the last few weeks have been about the various protests. It had been going on Tio protest police abuse. Specifically, people seem to be mostly concerned with police abusing black people, which is a concern, but my concern is police abusing everybody. Obviously, they do abuse blacks more likely, more often colored people more often, including Hispanics, more often than they do whites. But if you're a poor person, regardless of the color of your skin, you're likely going to be targeted by the police. They're going to go after you because they know poor people are less likely to know their rights, and they're certainly less likely to have a lawyer. On retainer that they can fight like any predator. They go after the weakest and heard that's right. And so it's important for people to know their rights. It's important for people exercise their rights. And you said, You've seen a lot of news about the protest. I have not since says Thie, looting and rioting stopped. I know draft in large parts, OK, I know for a fact that the protests have continued, but the media coverage about them has dropped to 5% of what itwas Yeah, that's definitely true. They they're not running with the same level of coverage that they had before. But some of the so called reforms that are being talked about and allegedly being put into place as a result of these protests are getting some coverage. And I do have a story about this from Fox, a dot com at Los Angeles City Council has approved the first step. And replacing Los Angeles Police Department with community responders for nonviolent calls, And so if this is actually something they're doing, If this actually does, you know, proceed and is successful. Then it sounds like it's a pretty good idea. Let's get into a little bit of the story. Hear the Los Angeles City Council before I do that. I don't wanna forget. I forgot yesterday to say thank you to our free talk live amplifiers. Georgie is a free talk live Silver amplifier and Eric Hayley is a gold amplifier. Silver, meaning five bucks a month contributed to the ant program..
"los angeles city council" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Get it. Right, Okay. Easy news. Six on Brian Peers of Los Angeles Police Department's budget is being cut by $150 million. City Council voted to finalize the 2020 2021 budget today. There've been nationwide protest to fund the police following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody on Memorial Day. The council voted yesterday to replace police officers with unarmed crisis response teams for nonviolent emergency calls, and California Governor Gavin Newsom is taking measures to further combat the Corona virus. Certain sectors of the state were now Requiring they closed their indoor operations due to the spread of the virus. The governor says the order applies to 19 counties that have been on the state's county monitoring list for three straight days. Among those include Los Angeles County, Riverside and Orange. All indoor restaurants, bars, movie theaters, family entertainment centers, and museums must close for at least three weeks. If this weekend's beach closures have you bum down, you can smell the roses. At the Huntington Library Art Museum in Botanical Gardens now open to the public. The facility, which includes 130 acres of gorgeous plants and flowers, will have new measures in place so you can safely browse the high touch areas, as well as the galleries of other indoor spaces will remain closed during the summer months. For tickets and more information, go to Huntington dot or GE. Sharon, reared in ABC News and President Trump says the krone virus will just disappear as cases rise in several states. He told Fox Business Network. The country will be very good with the virus and expects a vaccine very soon. More than 800,000 new infections were reported. In just June. K. ABC Sports Multiple Reports say the NFL has decided to reduce this year's preseason from four games to two amid the uncertainty caused by the Corona virus pandemic. The Lakers officially announced they have signed guard J. R. Smith as a replacement player, which reunites the 15 year veteran with former Cavaliers teammate LeBron James that sports On the home of the USC Trojans and stocks. They were mixed. The Dow Jones was down 78.
Los Angeles City Council votes to slash LAPD budget by $150 million
"Los Angeles Police Department's budget is being cut by $150 million. The 12 to 2 vote comes as city leaders continue to face activist calling for major cuts, The department will likely see staffing levels at their lowest point in a dozen
Budget cuts will take Los Angeles Police Dept. ranks below 10,000 officers
"The Los Angeles City Council is cutting the Los Angeles Police Department's budget by $150 million. Ellie's school police are also seeing major cuts. The number of officers in both departments will drop
Los Angeles City Council declares racism a public health crisis
"The only city council approved a resolution declaring racism as a public health crisis the motion calls on city departments to review their internal policies and procedures with ten action items to strive for racial justice KCRW's Larry Pareil has more the motion was authored by the council's three black members herb Wesson current pricing marquis Harris Dawson it says the black residents only make up eight percent of the overall county population but nearly thirty percent of LA county jail population and forty two percent of the homeless population a third of black households across LA county also face severe rent burdens the motion identifies ten core actions the city of LA should take to address the crisis among them work to further enhance diversity to ensure anti racism principles across city government and continue to advocate locally for relevant policies that improve health in communities of color and support initiatives that advance efforts to dismantle systemic racism for KCRW I'm Larry
"los angeles city council" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Your of the hundreds and thousands of dollars of cash do you keep them in the freezer jam paper bags in the closet Hey you know what I ripped out the patented my felt my pillow foam and I actually stopped my pillows with callers yeah since I don't know where I can rest my head the only Aussie because who is Jose Quintana Jose Huizar is a city councilman from the Los Angeles City Council and this scandal I wish I could tell you was brand new but it has been going for a long time the FBI has been doing a little investigating about a pay for play scandal in Los Angeles that resulted in one city councilman Mitch Englander already resigning because he spent his money on ladies but like many kills a red gnome like on eighties you meet ladies of negotiable faction professional career ladies and so he resigned at not so long ago Republican holds his C. Jommelli hold his seat now on the city council is the only Republican representative on the LA city councilman Jose Huizar however is it a councilman who oversaw all of the development deals throughout Los Angeles his district is prime real estate property in downtown LA and apparently as I would drive around downtown LA and some buildings would just pop up overnight and others would take about twenty years to build well the reason for that is that Jose Huizar would take them campaign donations where we're a little donors are up against a hard break five thousand Bucks in cash get a hundred and twenty nine thousand dollars in his closet you took all the money in paper bags and don't be surprised if the mayor mayor Garcetti is implicated in this weather it's shoe Polish on your face bags of cash you know freeze all racist frat parties the Democrats have a look Jennifer hold onto a single come back with the one and only balance of nature changing the world one life at a time so it could be ophthalmologist for my eye exam I usually go yearly is this what are you doing Michael about back to nature he's well whatever you're doing keep it up my primary doctor he couldn't get over how much better I was doing he said he'd never seen anything like it I hope this is really kicking off because since it's been a godsend some family I mean I'm a pharmacist and party years I haven't had a cold balance of nature has impacted my life in a positive way don't wait to see what getting over ten servings of whole fruits and vegetables every day can do for you right now balance of nature is offering free shipping and.
Los Angeles City Council looks at cutting police budget
"The Los Angeles city council's budget and finance committee move forward today with a proposal to cut one hundred million to one hundred and fifty million from the Los Angeles police department's proposed twenty twenty twenty twenty one budget the committee voted to send those cuts to the full council which will consider directing city staff to examine how the reductions could be made without affecting basic policing
"los angeles city council" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Chip away this city as we've known it is over Dave they are kowtowing to the protesters rioters and looters they're caught they're compounding to this contention that thanks the cops are the root of all evil in America if the folks if you're wondering what this is all about my nose got really ticked off one of the here it is Los Angeles city council members yesterday introduced a motion check caught up to one hundred fifty million dollars in funding the Los Angeles Police Department I've also seen the figure two hundred fifty million sunk I'm not sure which is which but either one is unsatisfactory the president of the LA city council Nuri might Dennis and council members herb Wesson coloring price in Monaco Regis introduced the legislation to reprise or retire is public safety money reinvesting the money in other services including services to up lift disenfranchised communities could take money from the cops and give it to well first day quote we need to re think what it is that makes people safer and makes communities stronger there's no doubt that communities of color suffered disproportionately from negative interactions with the police and so we need to eliminate negative interactions with police the way to do that is to eliminate the police and then everything's going to be better then communities of color will be safer and stronger when there aren't any police out there the new legislation comes as calls to defund the LAPD have been echoed in protests throughout the city and by the way it's not going to be contained a Los Angeles all somebody has to have but the sale rush I'll be here I'd be met work just because you're gonna write does not qualify you to be a best selling author the same logic applies to identity theft protection you may be good at monitoring your credit but that doesn't make you an authority on identity theft data breaches your personal information gets into wrong hands this becomes complicated stuff cyber criminals commit identity theft every day not on your own you could miss certain identity threats like somebody taking out a payday loan in your name for instance or your information stolen as part of a data breach put out there on the dark web.
Los Angeles city council votes to name hotels that refuse to house homeless, may 'commandeer' them
"Los Angeles City Council votes to name the hotels that refuse to house the homeless and the LA city council has voted to maybe commandeered these hotels do you know what's happened out in LA let me tell you what's happened you haven't heard this the hotels of course are shut down you can't have a hotel up and running it's it's very hard to find one that's up and running so what happened was the homeless most of them it was a strategically the homeless and their advocates took over these hotels in Los Angeles and refused to move out then the LA city council told the people that own hotels you can't kick them out well now the people all the hotels do not want their property to be summarily ruined and damaged so they want the whole most have to vacate in the LA city council voted yesterday to identify these hotels to shame them if they refuse to allow the homeless to take over their hotel and send of these hotels could be commandeered
"los angeles city council" Discussed on WTVN
"Spent listening is like two hours and twenty five minutes I mean there there it nobody comes close but the latest model runs that we have and we run ourselves forty three no that's up from forty two and a half million last week well I think the question would that would what what what that number go down if people start going back toward no there's no flattening of the curve here at the EIB audience it doesn't happen we've been here for thirty one years and that has not ever happen there hasn't been a flattening of the curve like that your your question when this program started when it was when it was early days nineteen eighty eight some of the initial objection will rush who's listening the only people listening from noon to three our people on welfare everybody else is working I said no no no we're going to revolutionize you wait to see and we turned radio primetime internode to three and so you're so you're questioning people go back to work and stop no they will listen at work as they have been doing for thirty years Hey anyway it's great to have you back here but we had a lot still to cram into this hour am I need to get started on it rather explaining the forty just don't doubt me we have our models we run the models they they come up projections and that's what they say so the reason I asked about conspiracy theories in the last half hour so I have a story here for you it's from fox news let me just let me just share with the headline Los Angeles City Council votes to name the hotels that refuse to house the homeless and the LA city council has voted to maybe commandeered these hotels do you know what's happened out in LA let me tell you what's happened you haven't heard this the hotels of course are shut down you can't have a hotel up and running it's it's very hard to find one that's up and running so what happened was the homeless most of them it was a strategically the homeless and their advocates took over these hotels in Los Angeles and refused to move out then the LA city council told the people that own the hotels you can't kick them out well now the people all the hotels do not want their property to be summarily ruined and damaged so they want the whole must have to vacate and the LA city council voted yesterday to identify these hotels to shame them if they refuse to allow the homeless to take over their hotel and said that these hotels could be commandeered this is the kind of stuff that makes people believe in conspiracy theories because who would ever believe something like this would happen but it's happening right in front of your face Democrat office holders in Los Angeles and San Francisco are essentially implementing left wing ideological beliefs taking advantage of the current corona virus shut down an opportunity in order to illustrate what they really think who their hatred is for who their constituents are you can say the Los Angeles and San Francisco in the real world have been embarrassed for this homeless problem I mean look at it in the homeless problem the skin from Los Angeles has been a problem that has been building in mounting since well at least since the middle of last year and it intensified as the Democrat presidential primaries got underway same thing in San Francisco the San Francisco homeless problem got so bad that they had to publish maps so tourists would know where to avoid the piles of human feces because the home was reporting on the streets in San Francisco couldn't keep up with the clean up so maps were published and they became jokes Los Angeles and San Francisco became the brunt of jokes because of their homeless problem and their incompetence in dealing with it and it stems from two things really rotten policies with Democrats administering them so now what they're doing in LA they're taking this opportunity to move the homeless by force into these hotels and if the hotels which are private businesses they're privately owned if they don't acquiesce if they don't stand aside and let the homeless commandeer the hotel and taken over these elected Democrats are going to out them publicly they think they can shave them virtue signaling they're gonna name the hotels that refuse to be taken over by the homeless now this is supposed to do what this is the most to make the citizens of Los Angeles hate the hotel owners so what the people that own hotels in Los Angeles are supposed to allow their properties to be taken over by a bunch of people that are gonna end up destroying the property and not pay for being there and that's the purpose of the hotel and if the hotel doesn't permit that to happen then the LA city council can publicly shame them the what to what end how does this help the people of all the hotels how does it how does it shape number of the people of Los Angeles so screwed up that they would do what the LA city council wants and hate the people that own the hotels for refusing to allow bunch and non paying vagrants to come in and essentially wrecked the place is because you know that's what's going to happen take a look at any homeless in can't take a look at the New York subways for crying out do you know those are some of the subway cars were actually used as toilets this is mind boggling stuff that the LA city council would partner up with the homeless and their activists do essentially role in the hotel industry in Los Angeles what and well if you don't understand socialism and how it hates capitalism and if you don't understand how capitalists and free market entrepreneurs are hated and despised and you will not understand the actions of the LA city council here councilman Mitch o'farrell so it would seem to me to be a complete justification that we expect something back especially during an emergency so the hotels apparently have some duty during an emergency to open their doors to let people come in and literally tear them apart will not be paying for their right that means the hotels have to stay open and operate the water has to keep running the HVAC has to keep running the people of own and operate the hotels have to keep them operating but nobody in there's going to be paying for any of it and the LA city councilman here says I think publicly shaming them would be a complete justification we expect them to give back we expect them to give back during an emergency the Ritz Carlton in downtown Los Angeles which also has a luxury condo residents here you can buy condos as part of the Ritz Carlton downtown was among those resisting the Ritz Carlton they're going to take it over the home is going to take it over me L. A.'s city council wants to think they can shave him the Ritz Carlton because over the years you see the hotel has received millions of dollars in tax breaks from the city so you see what happens you people to do business with Democrats just see what happens when you take their money when you take their tax break you see what they think you owe them you owe them your property you owe them the right to run it you all of them the right to kick you out of it and then you owe them the right to publicly shame as in bad PR plastering your name all over however they're going to do it Billboard's power to going to shame them they're going to do it how are you you try to explain it up here other parts of California try this headline this is politico barbers beauticians plan to slow governor Newsom over the stay at home order the professional organization representing half a million California barbers and hair salon owners announced yesterday they're gonna soon governor Newsom in an attempt to re open they professional beauty federation of California announced Wednesday that it has retained the center for American liberty headed by a San Francisco attorney Harmeet Dhillon just so governor Newsom over his state widened stay home order governor Newsom is said that salons and barber shops will not be in his initial wave of re opening this week sad day folks sad day hard working Americans in the very progressive stayed in the yard so far right hand it everybody else residents in California after school the governor just to be able to work one have thought it can you imagine having just sued the governor just so the mayor just soon the town council president just to work but that's what this is come to another story out of California here this is from PJ media California has begun to forcibly quarantining people over covered nineteen governor Newsom announced Tuesday that he was raising up an army of contact tracers as many as twenty thousand people to track down every body with covert nineteen into quarantine them know someone outside the army is his word we'll start with a deployment of three thousand and grow to the twenty thousand mark J. chase down the who what where and with whom Coleman positive people have had connections contact armies contact tracers South Carolina plans to hire hundreds more contact tracers to bolster coronaviruses a virus response Minnesota four thousand more workers the Ventura county health director California Robert Levin said quote we will find everyone with covert nineteen and we'll isolate every one of them and we'll make sure they stay quarantined and we'll check in with them every day Ventura county has had nineteen deaths eight hundred forty six thousand people live in Ventura county nineteen deaths and this guy is announcing that they're gonna search and they're gonna find everybody would covert nineteen and they're gonna quarantine him and are gonna stay quarantined until who knows when can you imagine the outrage if anybody has suggested doing this during the aids outbreak can you imagine what would happen if some L. A. city councilman or some local county mayor had come we're going to track down every person with agent we're gonna quarantine him so we're going to keep track keep in touch with every day we're not gonna let him of can you imagine that Hey all that don't have descended over any public official who would have tried that hello man I don't even think I gotta take a brief break we have much more don't throw away campaign has news feeds never closes fifteen hours a week here.
Los Angeles City Council votes to identify hotels refusing to house homeless, suggests “commandeering” them
"Los Angeles City Council votes to name the hotels that re fuel is to house the homeless and the LA city council has voted to maybe commandeered these hotels do you know what happened out in LA let me tell you what's happened you haven't heard this the hotels of course are shut down you can't have a hotel up and running it's it's very hard to find one that's up and running so what happened was the homeless most of them it was a strategically the homeless and their advocates took over these hotels in Los Angeles and refused to move out then the LA city council told the people own hotels you can't kick them out well now the people all the hotels do not want their property to be summarily ruined and damaged so they want the whole must have to vacate and the LA city council voted yesterday to identify these hotels to shame them if they refuse to allow the homeless to take over their hotel
Los Angeles City Council Approves Relief Measures For Residents Impacted By Coronavirus Pandemic
"The LA city council has approved a series of emergency measures to provide relief for people during the corona virus pandemic one of the most contentious measures would require all businesses in the city to provide two weeks of coronavirus sick leave to all employees I think it's urgent for us to ensure at these low wage workers how the safety net councilwoman Monica Rodriguez was among those urging caution on such a mandate the council also passed protections
"los angeles city council" Discussed on WTVN
"And baseball notes this morning I mean you know we're not ruling the throes of the season but we know Derek Jeter and Larry Walker voted into the baseball hall of fame the get to officially inducted over the summer but to in and kind of the steroid era guys I mean they're gonna get a little closer I have seventy five percent of the vote to get in there both right around sixty percent so maybe they make it maybe not but Jeter Walker are in and is probably going to change anything but the city council in Los Angeles as voted asked Major League Baseball for the twenty seventeen to twenty eighteen World Series titles you remember in seventeen the Astros beat the Dodgers for the World Series win an eighteen it was the red Sox now both teams are dealing with fallout from sign stealing scandals the LA city council voted unanimously to ask the league to give the Dodgers the championships L. A. R. use the Dodgers are the real winners course it's pretty unlikely Lee is going to comply on that but you can understand the logic I mean get on get on the record as saying we think this is a deal the cheaters won the cheaters one we are the other team we should win so we'll see if there's any movement on that moving forward right now it is seven thirty on the button some might say on the money Tom your shot at one thousand dollars now tags the nationwide two hundred two hundred you'll get a confirmation text and info standard data and messaging rates apply in this nationwide contest that cash to two hundred two hundred traffic and weather now we update every ten minutes on the tens it's from ten star heating and cooling products all six seventy west is a bit heavy coming down off of the airport and get Hannah we picked up another disabled vehicle six seventy west at the ramp the three fifteen north not a big problem but you'll see the police with it your head west for grand view seventy westbound get slow down your two fifty six have an accident scene reported just before Bryce road there is a vehicle off to the right about a half mile or so before price again looks to be disabled but we're slowing down to take a look what's going on seventy one south you a little more crowded down from cook road all the way through the fairgrounds accident scene Southold St Louis center road to watch for also one sixty one west at New Albany road.
"los angeles city council" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The last hour and we had a call and alerting is said to this resolution at the Los Angeles City Council unanimously approving a resolution on Tuesday today urging Major League Baseball to strip the Astros and the red Sox are from their championships and of course the Dodgers losing in seventeen to the Astros and in eighteen Alex score is Boston red Sox so the bottom line is now I mean I'm so our is anyone surprised that we haven't got any politicians in New York you know also wanting to pass some kind of resolution to get to your vote I mean this is not the like politicians said jumping all over the the situation because they are looking for votes from mud those living in Hollywood so that resolution who was it was passed today and what do you think rob man for it is going to do regarding this Los Angeles City Council resolution unanimously yet not one no voting otherwise but they unanimously approved the resolution test strip those cheaters in Houston and those feeders in Boston and what do you think is going to happen one is calling from the Bronx and one year on the fan in New York City what is happening good evening the rain how are you okay one hope you to what's going on what can you say to run that through right thank you news about unit is a little different and it is about an hour I may not be alone in this you know was was most most Marjorie rarity rare under seal some of the worst all through it okay what I mean by that you figured the hole is a handsome devil for twenty years zero are you majoring salaries on their end hard though the the respect of his teammates another oboe players around in the near world will walk up to the news that there were a junior has little some girlfriend on a Friday this does no one too many and beat up on a guy on the freeway that called a mall there was a family gathering who will dance given whatever and they call the cops on you know what it is well yeah if you're you're right about all of this one no question about it but there are the criminals or near criminals or neo criminals in the hall of fame and that that usually doesn't keep you out of the hall of fame unfortunately but it I mean obviously the integrity of the game and your character that's all well and good and Jeter's certainly knew what to say and when to say it and certainly you know was the ideal baseball player when it comes to the kinds of things that you're talking about but unfortunately there are those who are in the hall of fame who have not breaking the law and certainly bent the law but the the bottom line is and there are some despicable characters in the hall of fame it's what he did on the field and he is off the field fine off the field he was paid six material with all of whom he was dating and day and is a popular with his teammates popular with all but one team made that's for sure but does the bottom line is a qualified I have not I mean a hall of Famer for sure and day you have the three hundred batting average she had of course the three thousand hits and of course with the championships and clutch in the post season so he certainly deserves to be in the hall of fame and the one vote that he did not get as a you know from the comments city bay with a conference call right after the announcement was made a little after six o'clock tonight he said he looks at all the votes he did get not the one they didn't and then he had the comment do you know how hard it is to get that many people do agree on anything sell any of its not going to bother him that shouldn't bother any Yankee fans of cores but it's really says more about the one who didn't vote for Jeter than it does so with all those who dead including shooter the ball player to begin with Mike is on the parkway calling in Michael you're on the fan interacts city what's going on good evening thanks for taking my while thanks for making a for sure I had a point I'm sure they need the the ashes the World Series there was an article on ESPN all saying that because we both love letter going to go down that road and at what point do you say maybe like the salary team should be stripped Steve I gotta tell you there's a clear distinction between steroids which in one player doing some very the rest of the team may or may not know about an organized in which the team makes the decision absolutely break the law and once you're in my question is jawab mereka friend what he needs to do in order to lose the World Series is there any level of cheating they get too much that he says I'll take it away or you would just let them do anything well here it is again what he wants to do first of all it would be hard you would have to go I understand what you're saying and there are a lot of fans that would like to see Boston script of their title and of course with Houston stripped of their title to what do you what happened to it a see you can't penalize those who knew about the system and again and again if you're in assess re to a crime in real life you're guilty but there are those who may not have used all of the cheating that was there for them to be used to benefit you know they're handing and and and and the bottom line is they still lost games in twenty seventeen and in twenty eighteen and I again I will listen I if it was the metropolitans I would be screaming to the high heavens as well that any championship by should be taken away make no mistake it just isn't going to happen and I'll tell you why may be individual players the players would sue Major League bans small for you know part of their legacy part of their reputation and their game being taken away or script even if you get one player who would got get a lawyer and sue Major League Baseball you would have the Players Association of getting involved and if you were to have so many you would have grievances from everyone of those players and it would be up to Major League Baseball to prove each and every individual player was guilty of cheating one maybe not everyone was I certainly understand that and certainly understand what you're saying I just feel that if major we want to make a statement once and for all we're going to clean up this game and no more cheating long they had an agreement with the players the players will not be possible if they come forward open okay but that doesn't mean that the world surgeon be Lawrence I'm not saying to give it to the Dodgers for to get into the eighties course that eight they would call me right now and do that I understand their issues but that they would do that stayed there would be no cheating yeah yeah see I don't think so I do think that no matter if you did take away the title if you did take away with the Houston and and thank you very much for your comments and your call very much your comments on the record and you and we're very much respected the bottom line is I don't think there will ever be an end to treating I have because say again somebody and war of whether it's a single player with that P. E. days whether it's with the team with technology whatever it may be I don't think because it's been there forever and it's not just Major League Baseball Suthers forged to and whether it's so personally or whether it's you know well look at Bella treat with that with the filming a with the deflate gate I mean it just you know a judge and point shaving we have seen by a but in the past with basketball more mostly with the college but again now with all the money that you could make there's going to be less fixing unless throwing of games in seasons and reputations into the trash can no pun intended I just don't think ever there will be a clean a level playing field there will always be an individual and or a team looking to win at all costs trying to avoid what is the.
"los angeles city council" Discussed on KTRH
"Speed things up god help us if we have a list of Adam fit for the house Democrats crown alone for twenty four hours nonstop so far Democrats vanities to several amendments calling for documents and witnesses but all of those amendments have been voted down by the Republican majority the Texas board of pardons and paroles now looking into this week's D. W. I. arrest of a member of the infamous woodlands ten jun vice the so called gay bashing killer is behind bars arrested after being charged with driving while intoxicated in December twenty fifteen he was granted parole after serving twenty three years of a forty five year sentence for the July nineteen ninety one murder of Paul Broussard vice beat and stabbed her start as he left the mantras bar at two AM yeah it's channel to sandy Sirota reporting Bice could have his parole revoked due to his drunk driving arrest piggy backing on a similar policy within the Harris County sheriff's department several constables are now allowing deputies to wear articles of faith while on duty the announcement came today during the swearing in ceremony for precinct ones first turban wearing deputy I'm read senior like everybody does part of my journey first obviously family having the support of families can't afford all the instructors the friends mentors anybody that help instruct me anybody I looked up to and mostly the constables sings appointment comes just months after sheriff's deputy Sandeep Dhaliwal was gunned down during a traffic stop Toyota is going to stop building the Tacoma truck in the U. S. C. automaker announced last week that all production of the mid size pickup is going to be moved from San Antonio Texas to Mexico no jobs will be lost so as the Texas plant will now focus on producing full size trucks and SUVs if after already billed under pick ups and we'll start assembling the sequoia S. U. V. in twenty twenty two that's mark Mayfield KTRE news time eight oh three a Mont Belvieu family threatening to take their school district court after a student was told he couldn't walk a graduation unless he cuts his dreadlocks family of de Andre Arnold argues barbers hill ISD is bullying the high school senior who is set to graduate this spring Arnold was given in school suspension for his dreadlocks which the district says are too long student conduct dress code leaves it up to principles to decide if grooming will cause a disruption or interference with normal school operations Los Angeles city leaders what the Astros stripped of their twenty seventeen World Series championship the only city council passed a resolution saying Major League Baseball should award the twenty seventeen and twenty eighteen championship titles to the Dodgers and take them away from the Astros and red Sox councilman Gil city it was one of two councilmen to introduce the resolution he says MLB failed to do enough here when the Astros still pitching sign we should not allow cheating to become the new normal and so in many respects this is a crisis that goes beyond the smear sport of the game goes to the very core of what it is to be an American while and I'll be fine the Astros and suspended their GM and manager of the team then fired the two in Los Angeles Jessica Rosenthal fox news feeds on the Astros reportedly meeting with former Rangers manager Jeff banister this week about their managerial opening yes.
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"The Los Angeles City Council feels the LA Dodgers should be awarded the 2017 World Series title the Dodgers loss to the Houston Astros but it was recently revealed the Astros were involved in a cheating scandal that tipped off batters to what pitch was about to be thrown Astros owner Jim crane feels records should not change there's nothing like that it's clear to suggest it affected the outcome but the city council in LA voted to ask Major League Baseball to strip the Astros of the title the Dodgers also lost to the Boston Red Sox in 2018 a team managed by former Houston coach Alex Cora he's been implicated in the scandal the council wants the 2018 title to council members acknowledge the vote was purely symbolic but they say cheating should not be tolerated I made Donahue
LA City Council says Dodgers should be awarded Series titles
"The Los Angeles City Council feels the LA Dodgers should be awarded the twenty seventeen World Series title the Dodgers loss to the Houston Astros but it was recently revealed the Astros were involved in a cheating scandal that tipped off batters to what pitch was about to be thrown Astros owner Jim crane feels records should not change there's nothing like that it's clear to suggest it affected the outcome but the city council in LA voted to ask Major League Baseball to strip the Astros of the title the Dodgers also lost to the Boston Red Sox in twenty eighteen a team managed by former Houston coach Alex Cora he's been implicated in the scandal the council wants the twenty eighteen title to council members acknowledge the vote was purely symbolic but they say cheating should not be tolerated I made Donahue
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"I have Oppenheimer look for a special dividend the holiday of seven sixty the duggars news a tether Myers with your micro climate forecasts cloudy throughout most of the county on this Tuesday temperatures chilly today will be the coolest day of the week low sixties at the beaches and and Lynn will stay in the fifties for most of our mountain communities although a couple of locations will drop down into the forties this afternoon or Sunday back into the mix tomorrow we start to warm up on Thursday and nice warming trend Texas into Saturday on aim seven sixty I'm news eight's heather Myers right now it's cloudy and fifty eight in Escondido the Los Angeles City Council unanimously approved a resolution today urging Major League Baseball the strip recent World Series championships from the Houston Astros and the Boston Red Sox and reward them to the Dodgers it comes following revelations of sign stealing by the Astros in alleged cheating by the red Sox during their championship seasons before Mike Slater coming up AM seven sixty talk and breaking news Hey it's spread coming up on my show today starting at three it's the impeachment day progressives have been praying for for three years how's it all going to shake out we'll give today's thirty three sixty pull that up for more this is the first please clap moment of the of the year twenty twenty to judge put directly on top of the original please clap moment from the two thousand sixteen campaign with Jeb bush to please clap sandwich factory it being better well I better prepared security interests of this country to get that sense all reading.
"los angeles city council" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Bridge home Prague program which is more for transitional housing and it usually on city owned parking lots which required that we could only have it there for only three years and we do that so you can get people off the street and they get them into more permanent housing I have one that can be built in my district the right deal look below the mall and fountain in Los felis and and and you know all I need this what we're talking about emergency powers to be given to the executive branch so I could build in six months not eighteen months because we need that now this is the number one problem forget everything else is having said yes you have everything else going on but this is word of word a tipping point and I said this this is a crisis this isn't an emergency that has to be addressed we roll up your sleeves and go we have to dress this now and it has to be it a tackled now arm are there more homes moving here David and I don't know the answer to that and how many have we may Jennifer transition off the street at this point now you know studies and statistics have shown that home with the visuals are from our arms are are for the most part from where they all are where they're most familiar with what a girl a lot and there is a misconception that people think that people are moving from other areas to this area not to be not a that's not happening but Los Angeles in general attracted people from all around the nation and the world because we are the city of dreams you know we have Hollywood we have so much opportunity here cell I don't think people are actually moving here to become homeless but they're moving here for opportunities but unfortunately I'm not everyone realizes those opportunities we look for is a retired are you hopeful hopeful because you're in if you see it every day you deal with every day hopeful is there any sign that we're doing in some areas the quantitative we can see some change that that actually is sticking that we have the services needed that we have the out reach reach needed and we have the housing is needed yes I am very helpful like I said I've been working on this for sixteen years ten years ago we we would you would not even be interviewing me we have the will we have the interest we have the knowledge people are actually bested and they don't want to just get people off the streets they want to actually at the root problem of it almost as has been around for decades this is an opportunity for change our our entire system which systematic reform so we can tackle it at its roots so we can get rid of almost once and for all everybody on board on city council as far because you're that you want to be the most transparent guy down there there are some that are not as transparent you you get pushed back from other city council members well you know it and that's the nature of how our city was structured and any makes sense when it comes to other issues like you know building some sort of facility where you want as much input as possible as much back and forth on as much backstop as possible but when it comes to a crisis like homelessness we can't have that we need action now it right now but like I said there's too much Wilder so much interest and there's so much action walkable direction people living in multiple directions that week that we don't have a singular vision and you're exactly right that was the core the pizza for one and have you want I agree a hundred percent I don't know if anybody out there this I don't know how you can disagree a singer focused female like response is what you're calling for that way again you have the transparency you have the quantify ability you have the you you have the do you have a sense of what's working what's not and you also Fassel you can change on a dime because you're not going through fifteen different silos to trying to figure stuff out you have one one reporting structure they can make decisions and responsible for the decisions and are held accountable this initial somebody accountable and you can point to that all of a sudden feeder held to the fire so yes our arm behind that anything you need all from the listeners let us know and as you put this together this coalition to do it keep us posted because I would love to be a participatory anyway we can and Peter one more thing if I could add the reason why we need a unified singular vision is because almost next is not a Skid Row problem or a Venice beach problem or a Hollywood problem it is a city of LA problems and ask such we need to tackle it as a city wide problem so if we do something in one area we need to be able to replicate it quickly immediately in all fifteen area under one area I think some of this one area having someone that we need to have a unified vision and that's what this what and maybe financially that would help the cost it would help with efficiencies that would help with everything so I don't know how you do it any other way I don't know what we're doing in any other way what you said makes a whole lot of sense that we were doing it now not so much a good luck David a David remove consul number for Los Angeles City Council representing the fourth district and it's David are why you are you at LA city dot org in the quarter is David E. R. why you thanks for taking time and before the holiday I thank you for coming on and like you said this can be used as a force to with the microphone so you give the stuff that makes sense and it looks like you can work I guarantee around the people behind you and big support because I don't know how somebody's as a one track with with want to feel like it's a quantify ability responsibility and transparency who's who's going to pose at that point I I think you it's the only way to go so thank you for reading the editorial thank you for portion of Persia thank you Peter I'm in a ticket yeah take your councilmember David review again it's it's frustrating it's really frustrating that were were right right now with this situation but rather than just kinda yelping Lou on for that puts up to you if you put somebody in there who's really accountable executive position then all of a sudden you're looking at them they can be held accountable makes it really tough not to be able to answer the questions not to say why is it so expensive not to say why is this taking so long because we're now to a tipping but we've been dealing with this too long but rather than screaming yelling let's get some results I don't know if this will do it I don't know how successful will be but at least it makes sense one reporting structure what we have now is insane you can't get answers because it's all over the place our aim seven ninety keeps you want to participate in a conversation on that or anything else eight hundred two two two five two two two will be right back the ABC dependable traffic right now on the five freeway southbound before the one ten freeway crash for the motorcycle involved a lot of emergency personnel on the left side of the freeway their number one lane blocked five southbound red log from the one thirty four also San Fernando Valley five south understand never wrote a crash there carpooling blocked traffic is slammed all the way through the new hall pass out of a Lynsey heading toward the valley expect some delays sixty freeway was one of the six so five a crash at the start of the connector answer Rideau's truck involved accident ninety one freeway eastbound at the six so five and the ramp there is close this report is sponsored by napa auto parts select craftsman tools are now available at napa like a craftsman twenty volt cordless impact.
"los angeles city council" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"The Los Angeles city council today is set to discuss giving parents eighteen weeks of fully paid leave without a reduction in pay the state allows for parents to take up to eighteen weeks. But at only sixty or seventy percent of their paycheck comes with that time needed to bond with their child. The program would be paid for by employers, but small businesses and nonprofits may get a break. Governor Gavin Newsom likes the idea of a six month, parental paid leave but his idea is still in its early stages. Jayson Campadonia NBC News Radio. A final votes expected today to send a state Senate Bill to the house that would bar, Texas, cities and counties from doing business with Planned Parenthood. The Senate gave initial approval to the bell on Monday, mostly partisan vote the legislature in twenty eleven outlawed the use of almost all state funds for Planned Parenthood, but cities, counties and other local. Governments can still spend taxpayer dollars on abortion providers. The twenty twenty cents is is exactly one year away from today census bureau, associate director, Tim Wilson says it's extremely important for people to participate being counted. Now is it critically important in terms of how you will be represented for the next decade. But it's also important because there's going to determine how your community is resourced every ten years, the census counts, the number of people living in the US and that data is used to determine how much each state is represented in the US congress. The data collected is also used to decide how billions of dollars or allocated to states privacy is common concern for many who consider sharing information with the census Olsen stressed that. All information shared remains, confidential and will not be shared with any other agency, including law enforcement, Mark Mayfield, NBC News Radio. And today's equal pay day when occasion to raise awareness about the wage gap between men and women it's been widely sabotage that women earn less on average than their male counterparts in some..