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Fresh update on "los angeles county" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"The eyes of U.S. officials that she was being used as a pawn and there's no question that there's concern that other bad actors, other nations will see what Russia was able to gain here and might think about doing something similar. Grinder was told by a Russian television crew on the plane she was placed on that she was being released. Do you know what I had into? No, no? No. You fly back home. The host of The Daily Show Trevor Noah has ended his time as host of the program that is after 7 years. Even if it's a critique, doesn't even have to be praised, but some people watching, I don't like it when you do this, but I want to say, I appreciate those people. Even the people who hate watch, we still got the ratings. Thank you. I'm eternally grateful to you. The Daily Show airs on the Comedy Central channel, which is owned by the parent company of CBS News. There are now more than 5000 COVID cases in Los Angeles County, although the real number is likely much higher. Carl finstrom. The CDC says those COVID increases along with a sharp rise in flu and RSV cases are stressing. Healthcare facilities. The past several years have certainly not been easy and we now face yet another surge of illness. That was CDC director Rochelle Walensky there. The house has overwhelmingly approved bipartisan legislation, protecting same sex and interracial marriages, more from CBS Scott mcfarlane on Capitol Hill. This
Avenatti sentenced to 14 years in California fraud case
"Disgraced attorney Michael avenatti has been sentenced to another 14 years behind bars. In a California fraud case and ordered to pay millions in restitution. The imprisoned lawyer who became famous representing stormy Daniels against Donald Trump and then stealing from her has pleaded guilty to four new counts of wire fraud and tax related charges. He's accused of negotiating big settlements behind his client's backs. And then using the money for himself, including the purchase of a private jet and opening a sideline coffee business. Avenatti apologized to the clients he built, including a man left paraplegic who'd been awarded a $4 million settlement from Los Angeles County, avenatti asked the court to consider the good he had done as a lawyer, but the judge said he had also done great evil. In addition to jail time, there's a $10 million restitution order. I'm Jackie Quinn
Fresh update on "los angeles county" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Worth about $400 disappeared sometime late Monday night or early Thursday morning from the Tacoma park volunteer fire department's tree lot in the 200 block of Ethan Allen avenue. Those trees were part of a fundraiser. Those volunteers put on every year with the money going to their fire and rescue efforts. If you have information that can help investigators Tacoma park police ask that you contact them. Matt small WTO news. 7 55, money news at 25 and 55, here is Jeff claw. Without finished Thursday session up a 184 points, that was a half percent gain. GSA has awarded The Pentagon cloud contract with up to $9 billion to four companies, Oracle Google, Amazon and Microsoft, rent the runway, the apparel rental company that almost went out of business is back with revenue that blew past expectations last quarter. George Washington University keeps buying foggy bottom real estate. The Washington business journal says it just bought a ten story building at 19th and F from the World Bank. Jeff clay news. Still ahead on WTO, WNBA star Brittany griner released from Russian detention, the house has passed a bill protecting same sex and interracial marriages, and there's growing concerns about COVID again in Los Angeles County. We'll have more on those stories and other stories coming up at 8 o'clock. It's 7 56. Dell Technologies
Driver Plows Into Sheriff’s Recruits in L.A. County, Injuring 25
"We're following some breaking news for you out of Los Angeles county. This is in Whittier, California, where a lot of law enforcement recruits were out on a morning run. We're being told that a driver plowed into the group at least 22 officers were hit 14 of the recruit suffered minor injuries. We understand that as many as 11 are critically injured, we don't know much about the driver other that he was going the wrong way on the road, we don't know if this was intentional. There are still getting all the information this is unfolding even as we speak. We'll be checking them with our good friend pastor Paul chapel out of Lancaster baptist church. We were scheduled to have him on another story, but he has a lot of, a lot of law enforcement personnel are members of the church there, and maybe he'll have some information for us a little bit later on. But again, folks pray for these law enforcement recruits that are being treated right now. What a disgusting thing. And I mean, the first question is this part of the defund the police terrorism. I mean, and we don't know. We don't know, but we're going to find out.
Fresh update on "los angeles county" discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"The district attorney's office says the policy prioritizes public safety and protect immigrants. Oh, that's the important thing. Tiffany Blackwell communications director for the DA's office told Fox News digital. We believe we have achieved the result of crafting a comprehensive immigration policy that protects vulnerable victims and prioritize the safety while attempting to avoid overly punitive consequences for the accused. Overly punitive according to whom. According to whom, man, you get what you pay for in Los Angeles. I will say that. There's a reason. My family and my company fled, screaming the city of Los Angeles. This is just another reason. Turns out they are more interested in preserving the Amnesty of illegal immigrants who are criminals than it actually prosecuting criminals if it results in the removal of the illegal immigrants. Taxpayers, this is exactly what you are paying for in Los Angeles County. So really well done you. All right, guys, the rest of the show is continuing right now. You're not going to want to miss it. We will be getting into Cory Booker, who's very upset. The Republicans might look into Hunter Biden. Plus, Democrats still complain about voter suppression in Georgia despite the fact they just want to send and see it there. If you're not a member, click the link in the description and join us.
RFK assassin Sirhan asks to go home to live 'in peace'
"The lawyer for sirhan sirhan who assassinated Robert F. Kennedy in 1968 is asking a judge to free him Sirhan is 78 and has spent 54 years in prison in California He was denied parole 15 times until last year aboard recommended his release but sirhan's attorney Angela berry says California governor Gavin Newsom said no They made a decision that he is not a danger to society She's asking a Los Angeles County superior court judge to reverse nissen's denial Barry also released a recording from sirhan Return call to my brother In peace Sir Han sirhan says the remorse he carries from his actions is something he lives with each day To transform this weight into something positive I have dedicated my life to self improvement and mentoring others in prison on how to live a beautiful life Governor Newsom's office declined to comment I'm Ed Donahue
Fresh update on "los angeles county" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Military personnel and a pay raise is coming. On Capitol Hill, I'm Mitchell Miller. Gonna get some sunshine today, going into the 50s. 8 o'clock. This is CBS News on the hour sponsored by rocket mortgage. I'm Deborah Rodriguez, mask mandates may be coming back soon with a triple democ beginning to materialize. Correspondent Carter Evans has had a hospital outside of Los Angeles. The ER is inundated with cases, and people are being hospitalized. In Los Angeles County, COVID cases have soared 75% in just the last week. Douglas Shira boga is a family medicine doctor and he says the implications are clear. Should there be another mandate in LA county? I think there should be. And I think eventually we're going to have that mask mandate. Doctors say all three of the now prevalent viral infections sweeping the country could be slowed by mask wearing, and the time is now to get your flu shot and COVID booster. Just as power returns to tens of thousands of people who'd been without in more county, North Carolina for 5 days comes word of another shooting incident. This one, near an electrical energy facility in ridgeway, South Carolina, CBS Nicole Schengen. The individual pulled up in a truck before opening fire using what appeared to be a long gun. Several Duke Energy employees witnessed the event no one was injured. There have been no arrests in Saturday's gun attacks at two substations in North Carolina. CBS News has learned lawyers for former president Trump have turned over additional White House documents. This time found at a storage facility near Mar-a-Lago, CBS, Scott McFarland. The official confirmed inside a sealed box, there were two documents with classified markings, adding to the more than 300 sensitive documents found this year. This revelation is the first indication classified materials might have been held or might still be on site at other Trump properties. From Iran comes news, the country has executed a prisoner who took part in massive protests over the death of a woman and the custody of morality police for wearing her head covering too loosely. It is the first death penalty carried out in connection with the demonstrations that began in September. Here in the U.S., theranos number two executive has been sentenced to more than 12 years in prison for fraud. CBS is Steve futterman has the details. Ramesh was the chief operating officer at the company, which claimed to have developed a process to use just a few drops of blood to detect hundreds of diseases. It turned out to be a hoax, but not before the company raised nearly a $1 billion. It's not just presents, a lot of people are digging deep now for holiday tips, bank rates, Ted rossman. We're talking mostly about one time annual tips here. If you have a housekeeper, let's say, or maybe your kids teacher or day care provider. Also things like landscapers, mail carriers, trash and recycling collectors. He says more people are tipping this year, but amounts are down. Down futures up one O 6. This is CBS News. This hour's newscast is presented by rocket mortgage. Need to know what it takes for a home loan to fit your budget and your family, rocket can
Caller: Life at the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department
"Bob, you're way out of your lane. You have no idea what you're talking about. Okay? Let me explain something to you, okay? I was on the chair of support by LA county sheriff's department. We trained everybody in the state of California. Okay, I was a training guy. And let me explain this to you. When they decided that the COVID here and all of a sudden, all these police officers left, the ones that had tenure, the ones that knew what they were doing. The ones who had the type a personality and then things changed. What happened is that they have been recruiting people in the old days ex GIs. Well, guess what? Things change. And now the people in charge, if you get in a fight before you go into the department, you're not going to make it in the academy. You're not going to be invited, okay? They want people who are passive and do nothing and follow orders. Okay? People are dramatically smaller now. Why? Because they had to take certain things out of the test. The recruitment for all departments used to have to drag a guy out of a car. It's a dummy. It weighs a 160 pounds. Oh gosh, that's too heavy. Let's not do that anymore. Okay? They just have to climb a 6 foot ball. That's not, no, no, that doesn't, we don't do that anymore. And so on and so on. Okay, people who boxing, they took it out academy, okay? Ellie county shares apartment. They run the academy for every small agency within the county. Now here's how it works, okay? You put those softs in positions. And then, like when I worked the station, you put in a policy where if you stop a black person in Compton and he goes, no matter what you did or didn't do, and he goes to your death sergeant and says, this person called me a racial name. That goes in your book, okay? Two or three of those and guess what? You'll never promote. You're considered a bad guy. All right? So guys, stop working, and more retirement. Here,
Los Angeles County to settle lawsuit over homeless crisis
"I'm Mike rossia reporting Los Angeles County will settle a lawsuit over the homeless crisis Los Angeles County officials have announced an agreement that commits hundreds of millions of dollars to expand outreach and support services for homeless residents and potentially settles a lawsuit brought in 2020 The agreement will put Los Angeles County which operates the local public health system in direct partnership with the city of Los Angeles which has committed to sheltering homeless residents as part of its settlement The lawsuit alleging that inaction by the city and county had created a dangerous environment was brought by the LA alliance for human rights a coalition of businesses residents landlords homeless people and others as of February there were more than 69,000 homeless people in Los Angeles County with about 42,000 within the LA city limits I Mike Gracia
"los angeles county" Discussed on KOMO
"And then we have our college student going to now Princeton of all places. Even if you make more than a hundred grand, is their aid. Yeah, there's a lot of aid. It depends, frankly, on sort of how much money you make, but it goes up to even $300,000 and don't give you financial aid in a lot of circumstances. It's worth pointing out too that this is not only Princeton, there's many other schools, private and public that do provide financial aid. So we're not trying to hear to promote Princeton. But really, frankly, to point out that there is a very significant financial aid system. And it is adjusting to sort of the inflation and cost of living issues. And here's one prestigious universities answer to that. It's not the only answer, but it is a very interesting answer. And it comes at an important time when a lot of people are considering whether or not they even want to pursue college, so many folks reconsidering what had been planned since the years before the pandemic hit. You can find much more about this online at Washington Post dot com from Nick Anderson, education reporter for The Washington Post. Nick, thank you. And that's Taylor van seiss. Treasury secretary Janet Yellen was out promoting the inflation reduction act just passed by the House and Senate Democrats, ABC's Andy field tells us the administration is trying to explain exactly how the bill will help middle class Americans. Treasury secretary Yellen telling Michigan workers that the inflation reduction acts health premium and drug portions will save Americans about $800 a year. I believe this administration's actions have made a meaningful difference and they will continue to do so. While the cost of gas dropped, other prices haven't, secretary Yellen urging American voters to give it time. Andy field, ABC News, Washington. The nation's most populated county is investigating a possible death from monkeypox, ABC's Alex stone reports, from Los Angeles. Worldwide, there have been 7 confirmed deaths from monkeypox, two more possibly linked to monkeypox are being investigated in the U.S. and LA county hells, doctor Rita singhal, says one of those cases is in this county. We are currently investigating a death of a person with monkeypox in Los Angeles County. We are early in the investigation the person who died had monkeypox, but if that's what they died from is being figured out now, there have been over 1800 confirmed or suspected cases of monkeypox here in LA county. Alex stone, ABC News, Los Angeles. Coming up on 6 40 and the Seahawks expect a football chess match against their former star quarterback, we have details from Bill Schwartz and the speak and plumbing sports updates. We know him, he knows us is how Seattle defensive players look at next Monday night's matchup against Russell Wilson and Denver. Hot safety and co captain quandre Diggs is face number three. Lots. We want some. We thought something. You know, it's just kind of what it was, but I mean it'd be a good chess match, you know what I mean? He's a smart guy. I'm a smart guy and I think it'd be very interesting, and I think it'd be really fun. Linebacker Alton Robinson won't be available to chase mister Wilson. He's out with the knee injury. Seattle today signed long snapper Carson tinker to the practice squad. Washington interscholastic activities association at toyed with holding its state high school football championship games in a large Seattle stadium. But wi AA will stay with the three smaller venues in puyallup Lakewood and Tacoma, a break in the Mariners home stand, one which started with a series lost to the White Sox, the World Series champion Atlanta Braves are in town Friday night. And the Vancouver white caps have lost their leading score and Lucas cavallini, the rest of this month, suspended by Major League Soccer after he stepped on an opponent's head MLS says that's violent conduct. Sports with swords at ten
"los angeles county" Discussed on WTOP
"In a lawsuit against Los Angeles County. Vanessa Bryant had sued the county after pictures taken by a sheriff's deputy and firefighter at the Kobe Bryant crash site where shared with a number of people. She called it an invasion of privacy, which led to emotional distress. The jury agreed with her awarding her $16 million. Vanessa Bryant was in the courtroom and cried as the verdict was announced, a second plaintiff whose wife and daughter were killed in the crash was awarded $15 million. Steve fetterman CBS News, Los Angeles. You can read more about the verdict at WTO P dot com. Now traffic and weather on the 8s, back to Carlos Ramirez in the traffic center. Thanks, Michelle. We'll start off as you make your way into the district. Three 95 inbound coming from Virginia as you make your way just past 12 street, looks like the work zone is out there once again tonight. Along the right hand side of the roadway, looks like two left lanes are getting by there as you head over towards the third street tunnel ramp. Here's the thing though, the ramp that would normally take you towards the capitol or towards the third street tunnel currently closed because of that work zone, that is along the right hand side. They were doing some paving in the tunnel as well, so it's very possible that the whole tunnel might be shut down. So if you're headed inbound, you might want to opt for a different route. As you continue on the eastbound side of the southeast Southwest freeway, things are quiet onto two 95. However, two 95 southbound on your approach towards the suitland Parkway looks like at least the right hand side of the roadway is blocked. You should have two left lanes getting by right now past that work zone. Now, if you're headed inbound on the suitland Parkway, you can not make it past for its Sterling avenue. However, if you're headed outbound on the suitland Parkway, just past earth Sterling looks like a single lane is getting by that work zone. In Maryland, northbound side of two 70s got the work crew out there causing some brake lights, you're slow from just after urbana, headed up towards 85, that's the Bucky's town pike exit, as of now, the right hand side of that road is blocked, and it looks like you can not access the southbound ramp. So headed up towards Bucky's town pike, you're gonna be forced to head northbound and then access the southbound side that way. One 8 6 6 three O four WTO P is a traffic tip line in case you see something out there blocking your way that I do not. Carlos Ramirez WTO traffic. Storm team four meteorologist Amelia Draper. We'll have some patchy fog developing overnight tonight as lows fall into the 60s
Kobe Bryant widow awarded $16M in trial over crash photos
"Kobe Bryant's widow has won her case over the photos from the site of the helicopter crash that killed the basketball star and their daughter in 2020 I'm Ben Thomas with the verdict A federal jury awarded Vanessa Bryant $16 million for emotional distress as part of a $31 million verdict against Los Angeles County after deputies and firefighters shared grisly photos of the NBA star his 13 year old daughter Gianna and other victims taken at the scene of the 2020 helicopter crash jurors agreed with Brian and her attorneys that her privacy was invaded In tearful testimony Vanessa Bryant said news of the photos compounded her grief county attorneys argued they were necessary to assess the scene but acknowledged while never made public they should not have been shared with everyone who saw them Kobe Bryant would have turned 44 this week I'm Ben Thomas
190,000 Invalid Ballots in Los Angeles County
"Out of curiosity, do you think there were a 190,000 invalid ballots? What I know from the recall is that they actually pre qualified a huge number of those ballots. By that, they had a company that actually knows what a valid ballot looks like, looked at the ballots that were coming in and pre qualified the one. So in other words, if you didn't write the full nut named Los Angeles, if you just wrote LA, that would be invalidated, but the company that pre qualified it would see that, send it back to the original signer of the petition and say please write out Los Angeles. So do I believe there's a 197, a 190,000 signed petitions that are invalidated invalid. I don't. Do I hope that they can find 47,000 more on this appellate process? Absolutely. And what I know for absolute sure is that if I become the attorney general, I can go ahead and do for all the people who sign these ballots who have such issues with George gascon, I can use the power of the California attorney general's office to come in and reverse the policies that he has done that are so dangerous and destructive for Los Angeles.
Suspect in shooting of Lady Gaga's dog walker recaptured
"A man suspected of shooting Lady Gaga's dog walker is back in custody again The Los Angeles County sheriff's office says the man held in suspicion of the dognapping shooting case has now been arrested again the capture of James Howard Jackson aged 19 comes nearly 5 months after a clerical error put him back on the streets Jackson is one of 5 people arrested in the Internet last February in which Lady Gaga's pricey French bulldogs were taken from her dog walker and the walker was shot he survived but lost part of his lung Meanwhile one of the men charged in the case has pleaded no contest to
Los Angeles County Says 'No' to Indoor Mask Mandate Following Backlash
"And a victory, believe it or not in Los Angeles County. Los Angeles County leaders, the board of supervisors they call them out there. Had said they were going to mandate indoor masking requirements again. It was going to happen. I don't know if they were fighting COVID or fighting monkey pox or I mean, I just I don't know. I don't know what the crisis of the day is. But you know what happened in Los Angeles County? Leaders of cities in Los Angeles County said, no. We will not enforce a new mask wearing mandates. Now let that sink in for a second. Because if government leaders were you are where I am had said something like that, you might say, well, you know, that's just how it is here. I look at my governor, governor Glenn youngkin here in my beloved Commonwealth of Virginia. And I know Glenn youngkin is committed to empowering parents being responsible. So I wouldn't be the least bit surprised if governor youngkin said, hey, this is on you. If you want to do that, that's up to you. In fact, that's what he said since the very beginning. But Los Angeles County, does it get more far left wing than LA county and California? I don't think it does. So the far left wing leaders on that board of supervisors say, yep, we're bringing back masks. But leaders of cities and towns inside of Los Angeles County said we will not enforce a new masking mandate. That's a huge victory. I'm telling you right now, that's like, that's like an unexplained outbreak of common sense.
Los Angeles Says 'No' to Mask Mandate
"Jobs. Well, 21 million jobs were wiped out because of the pandemic. Oh, news flash, they're coming back. Because the country is coming back. Finally, finally, we're standing up to the tyrants and telling them you ain't gonna tyrant us anymore. Los Angeles County said hell no to a mask mandate. They're not gonna have a mask mandate in LA county. Los Angeles of all places. Could New York be next? No more masks. There's no mask mandate anywhere, even Uber. You're supposed to wear a mask in the Uber, they don't make you wear a mask anymore. Nobody's wearing a mask. Americans are fed up. And pushing back in a way that I've never witnessed in my entire life.
Los Angeles County avoids new mask rule as COVID stabilizes
"Los Angeles County is holding off on an indoor mask mandate for now two weeks ago health director Barbara farrar said Los Angeles County could require indoor masks again under CDC criteria as hospital coronavirus admissions trended upward But Thursday officials were able to Dodge imposing a broader mask mandate for now reporting that infections and rates of hospitalizations have stabilized for R says COVID-19 rates in LA have declined since July 23rd so while the county remains at the high level of community transmission it could drop to a medium level in coming weeks The county still requires masks in some indoor spaces like healthcare facilities and public transportation county supervisor Catherine barger says she's hopeful they can return the focus to promoting vaccines treatments and the benefits of masking while leaving the decision in the public's hands I'm Jennifer King
You Can't Have Good Intentions Without Understanding the Consequences
"I think public health schools, for the most part, produce spectacularly stupid people. Barbara Ferreira is a perfect example in the county I live Los Angeles County. They don't ask what are the consequences? So let us close schools only one country, it's a very, very sad thing. One country asked the question, will it hurt children more than it will help children? That is a question of wisdom. And one country asked it and said, we will not close schools, the country was Sweden.
California beachfront taken from Black couple given to heirs
"I'm Ben Thomas with the story from Southern California's Manhattan beach We are celebrating the final step in the return of Bruce's beach to the legal heirs of two visionary entrepreneurs Willow and Charles Bruce Los Angeles County supervisor Holly Mitchell the black couple built a beach resort for African Americans on the oceanfront property only to be harassed and stripped of their land nearly a century ago Yesterday's event marked the final step in an effort to address the wrongs suffered by the bruises with the county presenting a certified copy of the land transfer to the family Great grandson Derek Bruce This means a great deal to us because our forebears struggled greatly to accumulate enough wealth to buy land here in this Manhattan beach Great great grandson Anthony Bruce I want to make sure that I don't lose focus as to what Charles and will a dream was I'm Ben Thomas
Court documents in Polanski criminal case ordered released
"May soon be hearing more about a long-standing criminal case against the renowned movie director Roman Polanski has been a fugitive from U.S. justice for more than 40 years now after pleading guilty to having sex with a 13 year old girl Now a California appeals court has ordered some documents in that case to be released The court will in seal a conditional deposition transcript of roger gunson the original prosecutor in the Los Angeles County case the decision to unseal the document seems to be a win for Polanski who has claimed the judge promised him a light sentence in exchange for his guilty plea in the case before changing his mind on that when Polanski heard he was getting more time he
West Hollywood Votes to Reduce Funding for Law Enforcement
"A story coming out of West Hollywood, California. Where Hollywood votes to cut, Los Angeles County sheriff funding amid crime wave. The trendy Los Angeles County community has voted to reduce law enforcement funding despite escalating crime that was up a 137% earlier this year and public backlash. The budget from the next two for the next two fiscal years will leave West Hollywood with up to 5 fewer Los Angeles County sheriff deputies on patrol. At the same time, the council approved increased funding for cultural arts festivals. The budget was approved by a narrow three to two vote with mayor Lauren Meister and dissenting dissenting as well as councilman John Erickson.
Civil jury finds Bill Cosby sexually abused teenager in 1975
"There's a verdict in the Bill Cosby sexual assault lawsuit near Los Angeles a civil jury in Santa Monica California has found that Bill Cosby did sexually abuse a 16 year old girl at the Playboy mansion in 1975 the Los Angeles County jury delivered the verdict in favor of Judy huff who is now 64 and awarded her half a $1 million Juris found that Cosby intentionally caused harmful sexual contact with huff that he reasonably believed that she was under 18 and that his conduct was driven by unnatural or abnormal sexual interest in a minor It is a major defeat for the 84 year old entertainer who was once held as America's dad It comes nearly a year after
"los angeles county" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show
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Why the African-American Community Needs More Accountibility
"But I wish that celebrity black leaders would it's weird to me. Oprah, Jay-Z, Beyoncé, all these people who are billionaires. Why don't they push and spend all of their time challenging and helping black people in the black community? Because all this pointing to finger at the white man ain't never done what is that done for you? Nothing. You could tell these young people, hey man, pull your pants up. Hey, and don't walk around like that. You know, act like you got some sense. If you want people to treat you, right? Then you gotta act right. If you want people to treat you with respect, you need to respect yourself. If you want the white man to respect you, you need to respect your Why are you killing your brother? Why are you out here dogging at your brother? Why are you dogging your sister? You claim you love black women and you out here cheating on them and trying to do all kinds of stuff to them. No loyalty, leave them single with your kid. Don't go see the kid. Don't talk about white people if you ain't addressing that. And it's not just for black people, 'cause I know people always getting their feelings when I say stuff. You always talk about black people. You always tell me, I'm talking about people in general. I just so happened to be black my whole life. And also happened to grow up in a black community. So I don't know what white people be doing. I'm just giving my own personal experience from the things that I've seen.
The Case for More SROs in Our Schools
"When I was going to school, we had an SRO at the school. I mean, he was pretty much pointless because we needed more than one because we were in the hood. People were coming off the street fighting in the school and all he did was pepper spray. Now, do I believe that it was invaluable to have him there? Yes. Why? 'cause you know a cop is there. There's a cop there. So if the cop is there, then you're less likely to commit crimes. Why? Because if he see you, you go to jail. The problem with our society today, ladies and gentlemen, I've been saying this ever since I woke up from the Democrat plantation. It's that we don't want to hold black kids accountable. That's what it comes down to. If you are saying black kids are afraid of SROs. We went to an all black school in the SRO in our school was black. So black kids are afraid of SROs. Riddle me this Batman. If you don't have drugs, then what does a cop gonna do to you?
"los angeles county" Discussed on WCPT 820
"A new level sparking concern Los Angeles County hospitals are once again seeing a marked increase in the number of COVID patients requiring their care triggering new concern at healthcare systems once again come under frame Unless the region gets its arms around the latest resurgence of the virus the case rates in the nation's most populous county is now high enough to land it in a medium Yay I love LA Phoebe USA Hey we're back up to medium Right Why are you giving that dead stare Because we're all gonna die And add I love LA 'cause what I can't do anything about these people who are vaccinated You end up in hospitals I took an Uber yesterday I took an Uber yesterday Yes but we have to live here And this is why I'm not That's why I wear my mask around That's why I'm not going anywhere this weekend I don't want to risk it before I see my mom I took an Uber yesterday and I didn't realize the mask mandate still isn't effect Yeah So well I was happy about that Yeah I think that's their policy It's super Lyft's policy It's not the county's policy It said on right on my thing LA county still has this policy said right on the thing I had to say yes to Oh I haven't gotten that in the newborn so long Okay When will you understand I am always right I'm not going to get my ultimately hungry Barbara I don't want you to get angry I just don't want to I don't want to live the country this stupid that every time we tried it we say everybody keeps saying it's over They take off their masks Yes we do It's a fact Because I'm concerned about it Okay Barbara Ferrer who is related by I don't know birthed or maybe marriage to doctor farmer and doctor furrier Who is she She's our health County health Right exactly She sort of to avoid moving into the high community level which signifies very high transmission and stress on the healthcare system residents workers and businesses need to not shy away from reinstalling or a hearing to safety practices that are known to reduce transmission This includes indoor masking testing when people are sick exposed or gathering and staying up to date on vaccinations I just ordered all the tests Did you I ordered twice You can order twice Yeah the home test through the postal service Oh my God it took me like 8 seconds and you can order right if you only go to once I ordered a second and third test I'm not stocked with this Yeah Anyway go get your tests get your booster Glenn kirshner next on the Stephanie Miller show Putin stop these attacks immediately The van on Russian oil went 14 And it will come from Russia Yeah News that happens next will happen This is a team civil rights snapshot The national Afro American League are the NAA L was formed in 1887 by Timothy Thomas fortune Fortune sought to create one of the first all black civil rights groups in the nation Being born into slavery and seeing the rise of groups like the KKK he felt as he needed to fight these injustices by giving a.
"los angeles county" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"He's saying it is surrounded and the Ukrainian forces will surrender within three to four days KCNA is reporting out that Kim Jong-un and South Korean president Moon Jae-in have exchanged letters Los Angeles County has joined New York and continuing to require masks at airports and on public transit LA times report here Meanwhile White House spokeswoman Karen Jean Pierre says the DoJ is preparing the appeal to the Florida mask ruling itself DoJ is appealing accordingly DoJ has a duty to preserve CDC's authority in the event of the current and future public health crisis And this is a route that ensures we do both And Jean Pierre says this ruling will affect the future health security of the nation Space X launch as Bloomberg's at ludlow covers three two one ignition and lift off of Starlink four 14 The constellation is at around 2200 satellites not all of those operational So each time they launch a mission like this successfully they become a step closer to their eventual goal which is a massive constellation of 30,000 satellites Wow So the launch to build toward the global Internet 53 starlinks adding to that constellation Thanks Ed In San Francisco I'm the other Ed Baxter And this is Bloomberg Brian All right thanks very much Ed let's get to our guest Ben Kirby Co head of investments and managing director at thornburg investment management So Ben when in the real world when you run into a friend at a local cafe or bar they don't say gee do you see what's happening with interest rates You know they're not really whipping themselves up into a lather over it And I have to say neither are companies Why are the markets so jittery here Hi Brian Yeah great Great to be on the show Look I think that consumers don't care about interest rates until they do And probably when you go to buy a new car or to refinance your house and you discover that your mortgage that was going to be 3% is going to be 5 Consumer started carrying a lot more So markets are markets are forward looking and consumers tend to tend to be a little bit a little bit more lagging And so I think that our expectation is that yes these higher interest rates Tyler monetary policy market sniff at outburst and it comes to impact consumer spending down the road Do you think the pricing has just gone a bit too stretched though I'm just going to take a look at what we were talking about what swaps are pricing in now I mean they're seeing a third 50 basis point hike in July some even talking about a 75 basis point move in May or.
"los angeles county" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Los Angeles County fire department is sending supplies to Ukraine's first responders as the country continues to defend itself from Russia's invasion Fire chief Daryl osby says his department is eager to help Whatever we can do to assist them to enable them to protect the lives and property of their fellow citizens we're on board The department count the requests for supplies earlier this week at sending 5 pallets of gear including boots bulletproof vests turnouts gloves and helmets paramedics also pitched in with medical supplies Ukraine president zelensky is calling for meaningful talks to stop the Russian invasion In a video message early today zelensky said I want everyone to hear me now especially in Moscow The time has come for a meeting it's time to talk And President Biden is warning Chinese president Xi about aiding Russia during its ongoing invasion of Ukraine The White House issued a readout of a call between the two leaders where Biden cited the implications and consequences of Chinese assistance to Russia I'm Brad Steve And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom New York City's new health commissioner doctor ashwin vasan says that the city's private sector vaccine mandate will remain in place indefinitely Doctor bassan said he was also keeping the city's mask mandate for children under the age of 5 in place until further notice he spoke at a briefing Friday The news comes as concerns continue to grow over the new omicron sub variant BA two which now accounts for about 30% of new COVID cases in the city Stocks rose for a fourth day in a row Friday closing out their biggest weekly gains since November 2020 investors have welcomed the long expected pivot from the Federal Reserve from stimulating the economy to fighting inflation Jim Paulson is chief investment strategist at Luthor whedon capital and he says the market correction has been predictable and stocks are attractive And the combination of pessimism which is really elevated after about a year of going nowhere And with strong fundamentals I think is a buying opportunity for investors For the week the S&P 500 rows 6.2% Jersey cities Saint Peter's college will try to advance to the sweet 16 tonight after that game that shook up the men's NCAA tournament brackets Bloomberg's Michael Barr reports Saint Peter's proud as a peacock will face Murray state in round two of the tournament Thursday night.
"los angeles county" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"How you can fix this. You are listening to the doctor Wendy Walsh. Show on K F I am 6 40. We're live everywhere on the I heart radio app. Mark runners got the news for us. A man has been arrested for allegedly stabbing and killing a woman in July. Burbank police is J gave police, he says the man worked at a retirement home where the stabbing happened. He was an ex employee recently terminated. We know that she was a manager at the location. We don't really know a whole lot about the relationship outside of that 27 year old Paul Haney. The fourth allegedly killed a woman at Burbank Retirement Villa West. He was arrested after witnesses identified him as the person involved in the attack. He has pleaded not guilty. Southern California's gas prices appear to be holding steady on this Labor Day weekend, the auto club says Los Angeles County drivers are currently paying an average $4.40 for a gallon of regular gasoline. That's an increase of a dollar 18 over last year's average in L. A county. Triple A says Orange County drivers are paying 4 37 for a gallon of regular gas. L. A health officials say another 2097 new cases of Covid 19 were reported yesterday and 36 people died. The county has seen 1,416,951 cases and 25,434 coronavirus related deaths during the pandemic. Six people have been shot in Northwest D. C. Metropolitan Police chief Robert County says three of those shot last night have died. I'm asking for the community itself to help bring this case to closure. My condolences to the families of the deceased. The shooting happened in the Brightwood Park area. The shooter's got away. Illinois Republican Congressman Adam Kinzinger says the Republican Party needs members to stand up to speak the truth. We will be the party where truth tellers and people that want to stand up for the Constitution get kicked out of the party because there's no room for truth, he says his fellow party members that are trying to kick him out of the House Republican Conference. Are the ones who support extremism. Kinzinger said that if these members get their way, the Republican Party will have major problems moving forward. He says the party must stop pushing lies when it comes to what happened at the Capitol during the violent insurrection on January 6th. Dalmatian dogs have traditionally been the animal of choice for F D. N Y. Firehouses, However, one station in Brooklyn shows a mascot that doesn't bark. That's because it winks instead, The New York Post reports. Penny is a three month old £9.
"los angeles county" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Los Angeles County Superior Court. The Dodgers opened the second half of their schedule Friday night on the road against the Colorado Rockies. Warning of the gold, silver and bronze medals during the Olympics in Japan will look different this summer, Olympic organizers say athletes will have to put their medals around their own next to protect against the spread of coronavirus. Medals will be presented on a tray and handshakes will not be allowed. Fans have already been barred from attending the Games, which open next Friday. July 23rd. Which is a watt watt, but better than nothing. What's happening, and if the real action is watching the competition will still have that. Here's Henry. I know there's something about not having that live audience. We know why. You know, obviously, for obvious reasons, but I'm still happy to have. I mean, it's going to be great to have you know what the Olympics they just rev. Everybody up fun to watch. So anyway for 46. We have some. Really, uh you know, it's going to say we have some really nice weather because we've been kind of touting this weekend with a little bit of a cool down less humidity. There will be a little bit of a cool down, but the humidity might still be lingering. Just a little bit. We really can't Get that little area of low pressure that's popping up some moisture our way to just move off towards the East. It's still hovering around Arizona. And because of that, even though you can see the flow is taking it away. We still have that ridge of high pressure that spins clockwise, so it is trying to grab some of this and pull it back. It's going to be kind of touchy. I mean, there's a very.
"los angeles county" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"One on one are are spectacular kids. You put it to them together. And you might have 10 minutes. Probably more like five or three. Uh, he looked at me funny. He poked me. He took my car anyway. It was very strategy kind of interesting, though. To go to Los Angeles. You know, Los Angeles. I would say has probably done as poor job as anybody in this pandemic, and it's it's not the people of Los Angeles. It's it's the government of Los Angeles, Los Angeles County specifically And in Los Angeles County, Uh, the stores have reopened. The restaurants have reopened, but everybody still required to wear mask. I thought that went away. Now I'm not in Los Angeles County. Now you go to Ventura County, which is just you know, it's a few miles up the road and there were no mask I thought was a national thing. Know what CDC said. But that doesn't stop you. If you have a science, uh it is the same CBC. Until then, they say something to agree with them. It's not false, right? But it's but the CDC said, you know if you're fully vaccinated, you don't need to mask what we know what that means. That means that the people that haven't been vaccinated be the first to take the mask off. But You know if you're a business, uh, a lot of businesses even here in Tucson required mask until recently, the last 10 days or two weeks or so you start to see all the masks, signs come down. And, uh and it's When I started. I took the mask off about three weeks ago. And I was a minority. For sure. Yeah, it was a minority official warrant. No, no, We're fortunate. We're fortunate in the office that we've got good spacing, and we've never really had an issue with that. But Um, The good news is on the way over to California. The freeways were packed with semis moving back and forth more than I've ever seen. That's commerce. Of course, Dean. That's the economy coming back. And the construction of new homes going through Phoenix and then in the East and and Central L a. My goodness, a new home construction everywhere Cranes and Phoenix there's a couple of cranes up in Los Angeles, Dozen cranes around I mean, there's the it's moving again, um, the but that doesn't mean that's what's not making sense to me. I understand why Arizona Is busy and growing and and and and building homes and stuff. But if people leaving from the West Coast to move over, how are they still busy? How many people do you think I moved to California in a given day? Now that I understand they're down 500,000 net legal right immigrants, you know? Yeah, I know. But they are they are. You're right. There are down 500,000 net, but you know, that's temporary. I understand, But I don't understand how they're doing all the building to it just didn't make sense to me, Dave. Unless we have a lot of movement of people trying to get out of the bigger houses going into small houses and vice versa, and there's a lot more action there. I get it here because there's a lot more influx. I agree people and Texas and Florida I get it. But in these others other states I don't get it. How the prices have gone up because it's all about supply and demand. Where's the demand coming from? Yeah, I I don't know. But I know that that my kids, my daughter and her husband bought a house, uh, two years ago, and it's it's up in value about 35% in two years, and, uh, In Woodland Hills, California and but again back to the mask thing, the mass thing the, uh, still going on in Los Angeles, but not so much a fringes, you know? Did you wear a mask when you were there? No. No..
"los angeles county" Discussed on AP News
"And after the Los Angeles County firefighters shot and killed one fellow firefighters and critically wounded another at a fire station in a rule area, some 75 miles from downtown Los Angeles. Only fire chief Darryl Ausby says the shooting suspect then fled the station following the shooting. We learned that the Firefighter returned to his house. He barricaded himself. The home was set on fire. And he was also found deceased. Los Angeles County Sheriff's Investigators say the gunman appeared to have died from a self inflicted gunshot wound to the head. Both the Louisiana House and Senate overwhelmingly vote in favor of a bill requiring athletic events held in taxpayer finance venues to start with the playing of the national anthem. It now heads to Governor John Bel Edwards for his signature. The bill is largely symbolic, however, because it carries no penalties if a game is held without the anthem. This is AP News. Capitol Hill. Democrats are reviewing their options after Senate Republicans blocked a bipartisan commission to investigate the January 6th attacked by a mob of mainly supporters of former president Trump Jackie Quinn. Reports now that Senate Republicans blocked legislation for a bipartisan commission to study the capital, insurrection and insider tells The Associated Press House Speaker Nancy Pelosi laid out for possible options for going forward. What's come off the table is having President Biden Appoint a presidential commission, describing that in her words as unworkable without giving details, although that's what some Democrats were seeking other options, giving the Senate another chance at a vote with hopes of swaying a few more Republicans or her creating a new select committee or using a standing committee to take a deep dive into what happened that day. And how the attack was organized. I'm Jackie Quinn. I'm to McGuire AP News. Thank you for listening to the AP.
"los angeles county" Discussed on AP News
"The four day weekend Memorial Day, there were Four murders. Which was the lowest in 10 years. Police Superintendent David Brown says there was a big drop in the number of murders in May for the entire year. There's been more murders in Chicago than this time last year. Has been a shooting at a Los Angeles County Fire Department station. Ah, home about 10 miles from the station is on fire, and there's a heavy police presence. It's unclear if it's connected to the shooting. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg says their pullout from Afghanistan is going well as at least six people were killed in a serious of attacks that plunged the country's capital Kabul into darkness. Three explosions rattled the city, one heavily damaged an electrical grid station in north Kabul. Police in San Francisco say a female officer of Asian descent responding to a call about a man making threats to people in Chinatown, was attacked by the suspect, who was later arrested on assault and hate crime charges. Grammy nominated rapper The Baby is being questioned by Miami Beach police regarding a shooting that wounded two people. No arrests have been made. Stocks have been wobbling up and down ahead of the closing bell. This is AP News. Japan's vaccine push ahead of the Olympics next month could be a little too late. That's the realization sinking in that Japan's scrambles to catch up on a frustratingly slow vaccination drive. Now the Japan doctors Union says the Olympics risk becoming an incubator for what they call a Tokyo variant as 15,000 foreign athletes. Tens of thousands off officials, sponsors and journalists from around 200 countries to send on on potentially mixed with a largely unvaccinated Japanese population with infections in Tokyo on other heavily populated areas currently at high levels, experts have warned this little slack in the system. I'm Charles Dillon, Desmond Hailey Moore Niego didn't hesitate when she saw a large bear facing off with their families, dogs on the top of a wall when their southern California backyard The 17 year old ran outside and shove the bear away, then rounded up the dogs and went back inside the house. It was all caught on video. Ed Donahue. AP News Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network for News on the go Try the AP Mobile Lab get breaking US international news from the world's most trusted news source,.
"los angeles county" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Los Angeles County's covert 19 case count is now more than one million. A man has been killed and two other people hurt. No home fire in Malibu and the National Weather Service has issued a high wind watch for the South Land starting tomorrow night. We've got good news on the 605 coming up next. My New year's resolution was to get into shape. I chose round so I win. Now your top five reasons. The visit Morago number five Play in comfort. Her poker world is open, featuring seven card stud. Oh, Maha and Texas hold on number four holiday dining deals of crisp salad, chicken and waffles with high and Good Times Cafe on MLK Day three. Cozy comfort giveaway. Get a hooded short A blanket when you earn 500 points on your rewards card, the 18th or 19th number to get gas with rewards points. It's easy plate earned pay with points on the number One reason to go to Morocco Casino Resort spot in the playoffs are here and you've got seats on the 50 at sideline Bar and Grill. Asked about our sports day specials, Marando Casino Resort and Spa conveniently located on the I 10 less than 90 minutes from wherever you are, Morago. Play it safe. Good times. From the ex surgeon. Temporal scanner Thermometer Weather Center tomorrow Sunny with highs in the seventies. This report is brought to you by Merrill and we have good news in Serie Toes on the 605. This was a crash on the 605 south bound at Alondra has been cleared for blames Your drive is recovering from Rosecrans and an allusion park. This is on the 1 10 north bound at the five..
"los angeles county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"From ABC News. I'm Brian Clark, the police chief in Seattle, says two city officers have been placed on leave pending a probe about what they did Wednesday in Washington, D. C. ABC is chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas is there is a nationwide search for the people who stormed the U. S. Capitol, Federal authorities are determined to leave no stone unturned. Ramping up efforts to bring all the trump supporters who desecrated the capital to justice. Richard Barnett, the man with his feet on a desk in Nancy Pelosi's office and who admits on camera to stealing from her arrested today in Arkansas for multiple federal offenses, also charged Lonnie Kaufman. Authorities claim they found in his truck near the capital and Arsenal for arson, 11 Molotov cocktails and an M four carbine assault rifle along with handguns. Meanwhile, calls continue for President Trump to resign immediately. President elect Joe Biden weighed in Friday in Delaware is House Democrats say they're also preparing impeachment resolutions, what the Congress decides to do. Is, uh, is for them to decide that could be introduced next week. Friday, The president lost his preferred method of communication, says A. B C's Alex Stone. President Trump's final Tweet was announcing he would not be attending President elect Biden's inauguration Twitter, saying after assessing the magnitude of the president's recent tweets against its glorification of violence policy. That it has determined the president Trump should be immediately permanently suspended Twitter, saying the president is suspended due to the risk of further incitement of violence. Nation saw 310,000 new cases of covert 19 in Los Angeles It's devastation XYZ. ABC is Kaylee Hartung, Los Angeles hospitals, buckling ventilators and oxygen in short supply. Paramedics telling us ambulances are waiting up to 17 hours outside hospitals because there are no beds. Los Angeles County saw a record 318 deaths in 24 hours. You're listening to ABC News now..
"los angeles county" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Arrests after armed protesters broke through a gate at the governor's mansion earlier this week in the I R. O F M took home a CIA here for what's next move to remove the president. A trio of House Democrats plan to introduce articles of impeachment on Monday, Joe Biden on Donald Trump exceeded even my worst notions about California Cove in Christ. It's a person is dying from Cove in every eight minutes Here in Los Angeles County, this'd is the CBS World News Round Up late edition. I'm Peter King in Orlando, and we start with breaking news. The president's preferred social media voice has been silenced. Twitter is just permanently suspended his personal account, dude what it calls the risk of further incitement of violence. The call to remove Mr Trump from the White House is gaining steam. With three House Democrats at the front of the line. CBS is Rebecca Catholic. The bill will be introduced Monday by representatives Ted Lieu of California, David Selenia of Rhode Island and Jamie Raskin of Maryland. Two of the three representatives Lewin Cellini began working on the draft while sheltering in place Wednesday in the Capitol complex. House Democrats met for more than three hours on Wednesday to discuss the growing support for removing the president from office. Even with days left in his term. I'm Stephen Portnoy, the president elect declined to weigh in on impeachment, what the Congress decides to do. Is, uh, is for them to decide. But in a woman two news conference, Joe Biden clearly tied Donald Trump to the desecration of the capital. This had the active encouragement. Of a city president of the United States. Mr Biden called Mr Trump and embarrassment. Country is exceeded even my worst notions about and he said he agrees with the outgoing president's decision to not attend the inauguration. It's a good thing I'm not showing up. Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski is now one of the few Republicans to say Mr Trump should resign. Now that was arrested in the assault on the Capitol now include the Arkansas man shown sitting in Nancy Pelosi's chair with his feet on her desk.
"los angeles county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"But customers are encouraged to go online in Los Angeles County. The medical examiner is calling in support as morgues are overwhelmed with bodies. ABC is Alex Stone has the story now from L. A. This week, the National Guard arrived to help the Lake County coroner process bodies the corner now helping funeral homes that are overwhelmed and picking up bodies of those who died from Cove. It And L. A county coroner Chief of operations, Brian Elias says they're installing Maura refrigerated containers sitting up another temporary morgue location, which we expect have operational next week. At the start of Cove in the L. A County crypt could hold 500 bodies, They added Storage and have about 750 bodies this week. Alex Stone, ABC News Nationally, the U. S. Is recording the most daily deaths from Corona virus since the beginning of the pandemic. KFBK Smart Mayfield with the numbers the co would tracking project reports that more than 4000 Americans died on Thursday. It's the first time that the daily death toll has crossed 4000 over 132,000 people are fighting the respiratory illness in hospitals, including more than 23,000 in ICUs. Corona virus has killed over 364,000 Americans since the start of the pandemic. Mark Mayfield News 93.1 kfbk 805 time now for our featured audio clip. If you're not familiar with this, this is an audio clip that maybe you have not heard or seen on a local newscast and network newscast that give you a different perspective on the news may be a little bit more depth. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, leading the charge and calling for President Trump to be removed from office with either the 25th amendment just days remaining in his term, and she said, So if he's not through that way, she says Trump could be impeached by Congress in the waning days of his presidency. It is our featured audio clip this hour and calling for this seditious act. President has committed an unspeakable assault. On our nation and our people. I joined the Senate Democratic leader and calling on the vice president to remove this president by immediately invoking the 25th amendment. If the vice president of cabinet do not act. Congress may be prepared to move forward with impeachment. That is the overwhelming sentiment of my caucus. And the American people, by the way. Well, I don't know if it's younger Army, cinnamon, the American people. Nonetheless, that was her statement. By the way. The news this morning is vice president. Pence, according to a couple of reports is indicated he has no intention of invoking the 25th amendment, right. I mean there they had a bit of a falling out there between the president vice president and the vice president says he will be tending attending the inauguration. The president has tweeted that he will not be attending the inauguration just in terms of doing a little bit of background on what the featured audio clip is because we did get a message from a listener saying, Well, you guys play this one featured clip, but you don't play the other side and that's not balanced. And first of all, as as anybody who listens to this program is we go to great lengths here to bring you both sides of the story. But the featured audio clip is just one singular clip. But if you listen throughout the all the four hours are clips are made from very different points of view. For instance, at 705. Featured audio clip was with Lindsey Graham, who came out and said, I don't think we should be using the 25th amendment at all. It's back away from it, right, 805. We have Nancy Pelosi, who comes on and says We need to be using the 25th amendment. So we have balance here. We have both sides. The clips are playing an hour apart. And we do bring that up in each individual segment. Exactly because we want the chance to until play you something longer than the normal 12th sound bite you're going to get we want to, you know, let it breathe and let you hear the full impact of what someone has had to say. You know, one of the things when we designed this morning program, by the way, we all came to the conclusion on our team. That far, the far too many of the sound bites that we're hearing on newscasts these days are way too short. They don't give the story context and and we can handle a sound bite that runs 20 or 30 or 40 seconds. If it has meaning. We've run two minutes sound clips, right and we need to play Maura of them so that people can get it into context in here it for themselves. And they can make the judgment but when you cut it down to six seconds A lot of times you lose what the meeting is right. So if you hear the clip, and it happens to be a side that you're not on keep listening, It'll be their E believe us. All Right, let's get you caught up on this hour's top National.
"los angeles county" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Of people, many without masks, yelling and in close proximity to one another for extended period of time. In an email to changing American Smith notes, many protesters were not from D. C. If infected at the capital, they could have taken it back to their home states. It also means some may have already been infected and brought it with them to the nation's capital. But Agnew reporting California Governor Gavin Newsom's administration and the state's hospital Association already odds over How best to create space for critically ill coronavirus patients. LOS Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti says local hospitalizations for covert 19 have never been higher today over 16,000 and 74. Of our fellow L. A county residents are hospitalized our highest number since the start of this pandemic across Los Angeles County and 1635 in our ICUs. Not quite a peak, but very, very slightly down from our peek just a couple days ago, Carcetti says Covert 19 continues to ravage the city of Angels. Los Angeles has not been spared from this pandemic, and right now we remain the epicenter or one of the epicenters. Together with places like the state of Kansas, our fellow neighbors in Arizona and Phoenix of the most rapid spread and the deepest outbreak of this disease in our country. California Hospital Association says the state's moving too slowly to find ways to handle so many cases. State officials counter that moves made this week to limit non essential surgeries and transfer patients to hospitals with more available beds. Will save lives. News and.
"los angeles county" Discussed on The Propaganda Report
"And i'm like where we are as national audio. Didn't seem natural to me no. I couldn't understand it anyway. And i think the i heard a lot of sirens. I'm like those are the cops are doing that. They're not necessarily justified. Reminded me of the piping in a fan crowd noise during these sports games. Yes absolutely good. Point so los angeles county is now telling their ambulance crew. Well first of all in los angeles county. According to the director of public health barbara for a person is dying of covid. Every fifteen minutes. That's the claim every fifteen minutes. Somebody's dying of covid in los angeles county and as a result there's been a day luge of people in the emergency rooms overwhelming hospitals. And because of this the la county emergency. Medical services agency is telling the.