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Vanessa Bryant sues Los Angeles sheriff over helicopter crash photos
"Widow, Vanessa Bryant of suing the Los Angeles County sheriff claiming deputy shared photos of the helicopter crash that killed her husband and 13 year old daughter and seven others after the late January crash. Sheriff Alex Villanueva said eight deputies took our shared graphic photos of the scene, and he ordered the images deleted.
Fresh update on "los angeles county" discussed on WBBM Evening News
"Come the Hawks with almost 20,000 sets of license plates out there. 2000, head of the White Sox. Then come the Cubs and bears than the ST Louis Cardinals and the Bulls in the last two with just over 2900 each more than 63,000 total, the secretary of state's office says each set sends $25 to a public education fund. More than $11 million since they started offering pro sports plates at the Illinois capital, Dave Doll, NewsRadio 105.9 FM. There is an increasing level of grief for Cove in 19 survivors, the average rate of new covert 19 cases It's now up to some 40,000 Day. Richard A. Gary survived but lost nine members of his family and attended an interfaith memorial service on the National Mall to mourn those lost. My mother is the one that started having the symptoms first. From there. It was my dad myself, my wife, my two kids and then my brother. In a study published in July, researchers found that every covert 19 death leaves about nine survivors. Alison Keys, CBS NEWS Washington The life of Kobe Bryant is taking legal action over photos of the crash that killed the NBA superstar Vanessa Bryant is suing the Los Angeles County sheriff saying deputies shared photos of the crash. After the photos surfaced. Vanessa was quote, shocked and devastated, says the lawsuit. Among the damages it seeks emotional distress and invasion of privacy. The January crash not only took the life of her husband, basketball grade Kobe Bryant But they're 13 year old daughter to Mac Piper. CBS News Chinese President Ji Jin Ping says his country will aim to stop adding to the global warming problem by the year. 2060 announcement during a speech to the U. N. General Assembly is a significant step for the world's biggest emitter of greenhouse gases, and it was immediately cheered by climate campaigners. She said his country would raise its emissions reduction targets with vigorous policies and measures with co two emissions picking by 2030 and then declining. Several other major emitters have said earlier deadlines the European Union aiming to be carbon neutral by 2050. US has so far not set such a goal. California firefighter killed while battling a blaze in the mountains east of Los Angeles, has been identified as a member of an elite hotshot crew dedicated to fighting wildfires, officials say. Charles Morton, 39 year old San Diego native was a 14 year veteran of the U. S. Forest Service at a squad boss for the Big Bear Inter agency Hotshots in San Bernadino National Forest. I was married and had a daughter. Forest Service chief Vicky Christiansen says Morton was a well respected leader who was always there.
Bobcat Fire burns over 105k acres in Los Angeles County
"National Forest has burned more than 106,000 acres while missing a key ingredient that drives most California mega fires were just getting going 17 out of the top 20 most destructive California fires have all started. In September, moving forward L. A county fire spokesman Sky, Cornell says. There's a reason fires tend to be bigger later in the year, and that's because of the Santa Ana winds that come that actually pushed the fire at a faster rate. That's not the case with this fire that continues to expand and consume or the forest in the neighboring communities, partially because the winds haven't followed a unified direction, like the Santa ANAs so when the wind shifts It takes some of the strategic things that we have in place, and it makes us adapt to that at the command post Christen Carl. Okay, fine. News is brought to you by Benjamin Moore, The
Fresh "Los Angeles County" from Vickie Allen and Levon Putney
"Hear him say the federal government's inaction. What he fails to tell you is they received $283 million in federal funding. A kindergartner knows that $100 million is less than $283 million below NW spokesperson tells me Instead of playing politics, Trotta should join the county executive to demand federal funding and that the county's budget was balanced before the virus. Sophia Hall to be CBS News radio 8 80. The Trump Administration holding two meetings on Big Tech Tomorrow, the president will meet with state attorneys general for several states, including Texas, Arizona, South Carolina and Missouri. At the White House, All the Republican, the Justice Department is holding a call with the staff for dozens of state attorneys general involved in a Google anti trust investigation. A White House spokesman says online censorship goes far beyond the issue of free speech. The president has accused the industry of trying to silence conservative voices. Alison Keys. CBS News Washington, Now to the wife of Kobe Bryant is now suing over pictures of the crash that killed him. Vanessa Bryant is suing the Los Angeles County sheriff saying deputies shared photos of the crash. After the photos surfaced. Vanessa was quote, shocked and devastated, says the lawsuit. Among the damages it seeks emotional distress and invasion of privacy. The January crash not only took the life of her husband, basketball great Kobe Bryant But they're 13 year old daughter to Mac Piper CBS News 10 23. We'll get the money news here in two minutes. Have a color and need cash. Now, shell we know from the time you get up to.
Nearly 19,000 Firefighters Help In California Wildfire Battle, Los Angeles County Confirms 29 Structures Destroyed
"On the fires burning in California and the West. Nearly 19,000 firefighters air working almost two dozen major wildfires across the state. The fire is confirmed. 29 structures have been destroyed in the fire burning in the Angeles National Forest, but fire officials say that number could increase to 85 as they check on the damage from the mat. Now more than 105,000 acre fire, and the biggest wildfire in state history has grown to more than 846,000 acres. Containment is up to 34%, but fire officials estimate they won't reach 100% until November 15th that fire in the menace Edo National Forest in Northern California started more than a month ago during a series of lightning strikes. We will check the 60 next.
Fresh "Los Angeles County" from KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens
"Same lines will be tested as the temperature decreases once more, and we're starting the seasonal wind events that occurring in late September. Mitchell also tells us fire authorities do not have any plans to lift the evacuation orders just yet. Everything our long reevaluate the situation. Man, Nicholas let resins back in, but not as a risk of their safety. If it's not safe for them go back and we will keep him out. What's worse, say if we were led him back again and something will happen. That would be a horrible scenario. A bobcat fire has scorched nearly 110,000 acres. It's 17% contained. The widow of the Republican candidate for president in 2008 has endorsed Democrat Joe Biden of the 2020 race for the White House. In a tweet, Cindy McCain said, quoting my husband, John, lived by a code country first. We are Republicans. Yes, but Americans foremost there's only one candidate in this race who stands up for our values as a nation, and that is Joe Biden said he became did not mention the comments attributed to President Trump in a recent Atlantic magazine story in which he reportedly called American troops killed in action, losers and suckers. Fighting is a longtime McCain family friend and like them as a parent of troops who have served in the U. S military because of the pandemic in a matter of days, everyone registered to vote in L. A county will get an election ballot. For those who want to vote in person. There will be hundreds of locations as Election Day gets closer. By October, 5th ballots from the county registrar's office will be sent to all registered voters across Los Angeles County. Voters can begin filling out those ballots and returning them soon as they received and put it back in the mail. There's no Posted required. We're going to do that. We encourage you to vote early County Registrar Dean Logan tells Can X. There will be lots of options for returning the ballots for 100 ballot drop boxes throughout the county field case, ballot drop boxes and drop your ballot off without having contact with anyone for voters who still want to vote in person Goto anyone of the vote centers that will open up 10 days before Election Day, Ultimately, with 800 locations across L. A county voter can cast that in.
Los Angeles tourism and hotels take serious hits from pandemic
"The hotels are doing. Industry called Leisure and Hospitality is a huge economic driver in greater L. A. It employs a lot of folks you probably know And of course, a lot of those jobs have gone away. Some of those jobs may never come back after this pandemic. The Times reports that one in four hotels Struggling to pay their mortgage and is at risk of foreclosure. Adam Burke is president and CEO of the tourism and Convention. Bored and Heather Roseman is executive director of the Hotel Association of Los Angeles. Welcome to you above Thanks so much, Steve. It's great to be on. Good morning, Heather. I want to start with you. First of all, how many hotels Does the greater Los Angeles area have The greater Los Angeles area has a combination of hotels, motels and bed and breakfasts somewhere in the neighborhood of about 1200. Do they all have to close those hotels? When everything Shut down. I'm thinking back in Middlemarch. When Ella did the stay at home orders or did some hotels managed to stay open because business was still happening, right? The hotel industry was deemed an essential business. At the beginning of the pandemic. We were working to service a couple of government projects, starting with the state of California, looking for rooms to have passengers that were disembarking from cruise ships quarantine for 14 days. From there. We started working with the L. A county to find rooms for covert isolation as well as what then evolved into Project Room Key. So that's something that we're going to talk about in a few moments here on this program, are you starting to see some of those hotels reopen again? Our people venturing out arm or tourists coming back to L. A. I mean, what kind of numbers are you seeing there? During the outside of the pandemic. Hotels did suspend operations in many cases, not knowing exactly whether or not they were allowed to be open. As of last week. We still have 38 hotels that are are closed and we're not sure if those are going to be a temporary or permanent closure, but during the pandemic 157 hotels Did shut down. Initially We are starting to see some of that leisure travel returned to the market. But as we see the occupancy rates rise, we have to consider that the hotels are still operating at a very limited crew. As thie bookings are still only about 50% maximum. Adam occupancy rate, obviously is an important number. You just heard Heather's say, 50%. What's what's the occupancy rate typically in Allah? Well, First of all, I like to reiterate what Heather said. Which is, you know, this has really been devastating for our industry with a lot of your listeners may not realize Steve is prior to the pandemic. Our leisure and hospitality sector was actually the third largest employer in Los Angeles County, representing about one out of every 8.5 jobs across the county. So While we've seen job loss of about one out of every three jobs in leisure and hospitality that's been even more dramatic for the hotel's prior to the pandemic, though, to your question we were seeing average occupancy is in the city about 83% and, you know, Fortunately, we started to see some gradual recovery. But that had declined to his low is about 20% with a lot of hotels, actually sitting in the single digits Right now we're seeing occupancies that are in the 40% range, and it really to your point is being fueled by locals. It's really Angelino starting to safely and responsibly. Get out and take staycations right here in their own backyard. I want to. I want to talk about that, because one of the things that you guys have been doing I know is pushing more Angelenos. To go out and stay in local hotels. If you're able to how do you suppose did I mean it? Is there a conflict with you guys? When you say Well, we want you to go stay at a hotel. But there is this pandemic still happening. Yeah, it's a great question. So the first of all, I will say we've actually been working with the Los Angeles Department of County Health to develop safety protocols for all the various sectors of our industry. So that we can make sure that we are protecting our guests were protecting our employees. Equally important, So the idea of pushing people to get out in about probably, I would say it a little bit differently, Which is what we've done is We've put together a program called Love, which is really by Angelinos for Angelenos. So we've put together over 100 special offers, including not just hotels, but our local attractions in restaurants so that for people who are comfortable getting out and about it's more affordable and easier to dio. And you know when people ask, what can I do? We know, for example, that if those who have the means had just three visits to a local attraction or museum, supported three of our local restaurants and had just won three night stay. In an area hotel that would actually help us recover over 21,000 jobs in L, a county and what it would inject about $1.4 billion back into our local business community. Heather, How
Fresh update on "los angeles county" discussed on WBBM Evening News
"Up for 16 prizes is sunflower with sway from into the Spider verse is up for top rap song. Little Naz Axe has 13 nominations, Billy I'll Ishan Callate have 12 apiece. Taylor Swift and the Jonas Brothers are in the running for top artists. Prizes will be handed out October 14th from the Dolby Theater in L. A No word yet on social distancing plans. Debra Rodriguez. CBS NEWS Vanessa Bryant is suing the Los Angeles County sheriff saying Deputy shared photos of the crash that killed her husband, Kobe and their daughter. After the photos surfaced. Vanessa was quote, shocked and devastated, says the lawsuit Among the damage of the Sikhs, emotional distress and invasion of privacy. Mac Piper CBS News This is Chicago's All news stations, use radios, 78 and one Opie 10.9. W BBM news radio dot com w BB A news time 805 It is Tuesday, September 22nd 2020 Good evening. Thanks for joining us.
The Bobcat Fire is one of the largest in Los Angeles County history after scorching more than 100,000 acres
"Governor Gavin Newsom laid out the states latest response to the Corona virus, the backlog of claims for unemployment benefits from millions who have lost their jobs to the pandemic. And the wildfires still ranging raging across California next, Pringle reports. Newsome began his daily press briefing with laying out the latest numbers on the wildfires. That show that they've killed 26 people and destroyed 6400 structures. Nearly 19,000 firefighters are battling the blazes. Newsome told reporters that the number and size of these fires compared to last year is staggering. We have increased the total number of fires from 5300 too close to 8000 fires that we have experienced year to date in the state 3.6 million acres. Now burned 157,000 acres this time last year. The one currently giving firefighters. The most trouble is the bobcat fire in Los Angeles County. It's scorched more than 100,000 acres as of today, making it one of the largest fires in L. A county's history. It's only about 15% contained. Susan
Los Angeles County Jail Population Is Back Up Above State Overcrowding Limits
"Joe Fitzgerald Rodriguez, reporting in the L. A County jail population is increasing again after earlier efforts to drop it by roughly 5000 inmates to prevent the spread of code with 19 the number of prisoners Has pushed the population by nearly 15% of the county has found itself back over the state's overcrowding limits. The numbers are partially attributed to restrictions off inmate transfers to state prisons or hospitals during the pandemic.
Bobcat Fire Passes 100,000 Acres In Second Week, Becomes One Of Los Angeles County’s Largest Fires
"Of the largest fires in L. A county's history could pick up the pace today L a county fire officials say the bobcat fire has burned more than 103,000 acres in the same Gabriel Valley and stands at 15% Containment. Full containment still is not expected until October. 30th the National Weather Service, Los Angeles, says several flare up Sunday with wind gusts up to 30 miles an hour and low humidity are creating the possibility of extreme fire behavior through tonight.
Los Angeles County Reports 991 New Coronavirus Cases, 23 Additional Deaths
"New Cove in 19 numbers are in Los Angeles County reported 991 new cases of the Corona virus today. Down from 13, 43 and 23 more deaths today, up from Saturday's 13 Orange County reported 192 cases of covert down from yesterday's 227 and one additional death down from Saturday's four
Snow Fire Evacuations Lifted; Fire Burning Near Los Angeles County's Lake Hughes Area Now 96% Contained
"By a truck fire on Thursday just outside outside Palm Palm Palm Springs Springs Springs has has has burned burned burned more more more than than than 6000 6000 6000 acres. acres. acres. The The The Riverside Riverside Riverside County County County Fire Fire Fire Department Department Department says says says the the the fire fire fire is is is 20% 20% 20% contained. contained. contained. CAL CAL CAL Fire Fire Fire says says says evacuation evacuation evacuation orders orders orders have have have been lifted in the town of Snow Creek northwest of Palm Springs. Firefighters say the fire may get into the windy point community just off highway. 1 11. The fire burning in Los Angeles County near the Lake Hughes area has ripped their more than 31,000 acres, and his 96% contained will be
Bobcat Fire Passes 100,000 Acres In Second Week, Becomes One Of Los Angeles County’s Largest Fires
"The bobcat fire destruction is approaching 100,000 acres That makes it one of L. A county's largest fires ever. The 2000 ice station fire remains the biggest. The 2018 Wellesley fire was the most destructive
Homes destroyed after winds push California fire into desert
"More homes destroyed in California as winds push wildfires into the desert. The bobcat fire burn semi rural desert properties when it was pushed by gusts into the community of Juniper Hills in northern Los Angeles County. Bryan Nam evacuated his Juniper Hills home after he saw the fire nearby. I'm here I'm really distraught, wondering what's going on with my house right now. Meanwhile, officials are investigating the death of a firefighter on the lines of another Southern California wildfire sparked during a gender reveal A
Reward For Information On Gunman Who Shot Los Angeles County Deputies Now At $640,000
"Cash being offered for information. About who ambushed two Los Angeles County deputies last weekend. Los Angels Deputy County Sheriff Alex Villanueva says that that reward for the snitch money $640,000 is the current total. And also $800,000 has been raised for the medical care for the deputies, one of whom has been released from the hospital, the sheriff said. The outpouring of support from around the United States Has been overwhelming.
Supervisors Join Civilian Oversight Commission Members In Calling On Los Angeles County Sheriff Villanueva To Resign
"Relations between Sheriff Alex Villanueva and county officials have hit a new low supervisors Sheila Kyul and Mark Ridley Thomas joined calls yesterday for Villanueva to resign due to his resistance to oversight from the board and the civilian oversight Commission. Rafe Zonen's Rafe Sunshine heads the Pat Brown Institute for Public Affairs at Cal State L. A. This level of resistance. The civilian oversight from the sheriff, which really did begin even before he took office between his election and when he took office is really unprecedented. He says. Civilian officials, like the Board of Supervisors have options They can't obviously turned back his election, but the he's subject to voter recall. He's also subject to subpoena according to court decisions. Sonenshein ads that voters may end up having the final say when Villanueva faces reelection in the year, 2022
Law Firm: Los Angeles County Health Orders ‘Ban’ Observing Jewish High Holidays
"And religious freedoms, is now urging like county officials to drop a health order. Eight bars the observing of religious holidays at home with extended family and friends because of the possible spread of covert 19 1st Liberty Institute, says Having a a meal meal for for a a religious religious or or cultural cultural holiday holiday should should not not be be prohibited prohibited because because of of Corona Corona virus virus fears. fears. Stephanie Stephanie Tabi, Tabi, senior senior counsel counsel with with first first Liberty, Liberty, she she says, says, you you need need look look no no further further than than the county's most recent update allowing other groups together this same September update loosened restrictions in other areas, such as allowing hair salons to meet indoors and allowing Um students to meet at school and neighboring counties like Orange County are beginning to open up. It's simply not necessary for Los Angeles to threaten to believe the homes of Jewish families during the high holidays. A section of the county's current health order states that individual and family gatherings or parties of any size aren't allowed and gives the example of having a meal with extended family and friends for a religious or cultural holiday. Chris Eden's
Los Angeles Supervisors Join Civilian Oversight Commission Members In Calling On Sheriff Villanueva To Resign
"County supervisors and some of the sheriff's deputies, civilian overseers and I'll calling about Alex Vienna wave to resign with great reluctance that I'm calling for Mr Villanueva to resign. The initial call comes from Robert Bonner, a member of the Civilian Oversight commission and a former federal prosecutor and U S District Court judge supervisor she like you'll describes it as a bold step in one that she supports. Chances. Villanueva has never worked with the board of Supervisors. He's $100 billion over his budget and won't do anything about it. He has no control over his department. Every time his deputies do some other bad thing, he says, either it didn't happen or well. It was justified, noting the Nueva has reinstated, deputies fired for misconduct and ignored subpoenas from department watchdogs. Kill, argues he's a rogue sheriff who does not follow the rules and says his behavior is the greatest threat. To public safety Supervisor Katherine Barker says in a statement. Bonner's move took courage and she knows he has the best interests of all the residents of Los Angeles County in mind. I'm just gonna ignore move on. I'm going to continue serving the community. The nueve accuses the oversight commission and the inspector general of Crossing the line from Watchdog to Political Attack Dog Club. That's cute Talk can next. 10 70 NewsRadio supervisor Mark Ridley Thomas tweeted that he remains deeply troubled by the sheriff's conduct, ending his message by saying it is time
Some Civilian Oversight Commission Members Call On Los Angeles County Sheriff Villanueva To Resign
"Divide between L. A county Sheriff Alex Villanueva and the civilian oversight Commission may not be able to be repaired after two members called for his resignation today. Meanwhile, Meanwhile, the the sheriff sheriff may may face face a a lawsuit lawsuit from from the the county county alleging alleging his his deputies deputies violated violated the the First First Amendment Amendment rights rights of of an an L. L. A A news news reporter. reporter. Oversight Oversight commissioners commissioners did did vote vote unanimously unanimously for for L. A County Council to review what laws govern Sheriff's deputies and the media and protesters in public areas requesting county Council come back. Within 30 days with what is constitutional that the sheriff can do. L. A county's inspector general, also investigating the department for the arrest of a local radio reporter Saturday night covering a protest. The sheriff has said that she was not properly credentialed that she interfered with a deputy making an arrest in 1 48, obstructing a peace officer specifically provide the recording video of a peace officer is not obstruction. Inspector General Max Huntsman says he's made requests for information of the County sheriff, but that the department is not cooperating. Craig figure Can X 10 70 NewsRadio, A
Los Angeles County Antelope Valley Evacuation Warnings Issued As Bobcat Fire Still Burns Out-Of-Control
"Wildfires have claimed more than two dozen lives, including 15 lives lost to the north, complex fire northeast of San Francisco. One express Our deepest condolences to the families that that have have lost lost loved loved ones. ones. On On to to heroism heroism of of our our first first responders responders that that have have been been out out there there doing doing their their best best to to support support evacuation evacuation effort. effort. California Governor Gavin Newsom the bobcat fire in Los Angeles County, prompting evacuation warnings for some residents of the Antelope Valley.
Western wildfires scorch millions of acres
"Well, Los Angeles County wildfire is burning within 500 FT. Of the historic Mount Wilson Observatory, The observatory and the San Gabriel Mountains north of Los Angeles, is where astronomer Edwin Hubble showed that the Milky Way is one of many Galaxies. It's also where Hubble confirmed the universe is still expanding California wildfires of scorched millions of
"los angeles county" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"In Orlando, Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies say they tried to stop in African American man who was riding a bicycle for what they call a vehicle code violation. Instead, the man ran away, then fought with deputies caught up with him. Lieutenant Braden Dean. The deputy's noticed that inside the clothing items that he dropped was a black semiautomatic handgun. At which time a deputy involved shooting occur. This witness says they fired several shots at a time to no get him. They could be strong once on the leg. The man died of protesters were at the scene last night. Sheriff's Department says it's investigating Shooting comes just over a week after that of Jacob Blake and Kenosha, Wisconsin. Local officials have asked President Trump to stay away, but he's going there today. CBS is Stephen Portnoy. The president says he believes his visit to Kenosha could increase love, not violence. He says he'll meet with law enforcement but not with the family of Jacob Blake. Mr Trump suggested Kyle Rittenhouse 17 year old accused of killing two men in Kenosha with a semiautomatic rifle acted in self defense. He offered this excuse for police or wrong. They used deadly force, You know if they make the wrong decision in the other direction They're probably dead. So they choke sometimes advocates, aren't you? Such mistakes are often a function of ingrained bias. Stephen Portnoy CBS News the White House after saying he'd consider fast tracking approval for covert 19 vaccines without finishing clinical trials. FDA had Dr Stephen Han tell CBS News. The push is not based on politics. I can tell you our decision it FDA. Will not be made on any other criteria in the science and data associated with these clinical trials, and Trump has promised a vaccine by the end of the year. Scientists say it's possible but not guaranteed. This is September 1st. And that means millions of people will be unable to pay the rent pandemic, leaving them out of work. Florida's governor has extended his state's moratorium on evictions. California Nevada have done the same thing while helping landlords to At a governor Steve Cecil Act. It's extremely important to me for the landlord say that the money on this will go directly to the landlords. It won't go to the tenants and give the landlord is a direct remuneration of the landlord. One study says Nearly 40% of Nevada's renters have been laid off because of the pandemic. CBS. Jim Priscilla tells us that one Cos Home delivery service is about to take a giant leap. Amazon has gotten approval from the Federal Aviation Administration to deliver packages by drones. Amazon did not say when that might happen. UPS and a company owned by Google won approval for drone deliveries last year. S and P futures are up six points. Dow futures down eight.
"los angeles county" Discussed on KGO 810
"Truly remarkable progress in moving our nation forward Vice President Mike Pants providing a Corona virus update. As we were reported today. We have now more than 2,500,000 Americans contract of the Corona virus on sadly, we've lost more than 126,000 of our countrymen to this disease. Dangerous spike in Corona virus cases has Texas and Florida peeling back some of the reopening and several other states, pausing reopening. Correspondent Clayton Nevel is in Houston. The Texas Restaurant Association supports Governor Abbott's decision to close all bars and reduce restaurant capacity to 50% is the cove it 19 positivity rate soars over 10% Tr A president Emily Williams, Knight says there are several measures that will help restaurant survived. The restrictions were gonna continue to use outdoor patios were continue to ask the governor's office to expand the alcohol. Weaver, which would allow a lot of the alcohol and mixed soda beverages on site to be sent out. In addition to restrictions for bars and restaurants, all tubing businesses have to close an outdoor events of 100 or more people have to be approved by local governments. Clayton Nevel, Dallas correspondent Stephanie Elam reports. California's also saying record breaking new infections Look at Los Angeles County, which has been really the epicenter of the outbreak here in California. The numbers Have not gotten any better. We see that we had more than 2000 new cases coming in yesterday. But what's interesting here? Is that the county of stopping short of saying that this is because of the protest ng that we've seen here. For days in Los Angeles County, Florida has banned alcohol consumption at its bars after its daily confirmed Corona virus cases neared 9000 almost double the previous record set Just two days ago on Wall Street, the Dow down 5 20 I'm Mike Morse. You've been camping in your backyard. Cycling in.
"los angeles county" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Los Angeles county could have been as high as four hundred and forty two thousand back in early April that would be up to fifty five times higher than the confirmed cases at that time that is a crazy numbers so what implies this we're not doing enough testing CBS news medical contributor Dr David agus every location needs to have data like this and this is one of the underpinnings of making a decision if you're a governor do we let people out of the state home rules Boeing is putting twenty seven thousand people back to work this week building passenger jets in the Seattle area north Dakota's largest manufacturer of farm equipment maker is re opened its three factories for twenty two hundred workers in a tweet president trump side of the virus and the need to protect jobs as he plans to temporarily suspend immigration into the U. S. CBS news White House correspondent we J. CBS news has learned that the administration has been working on executive action for several weeks sources say it won't be a blanket ban and will have some exceptions and nuances all designed to avoid nationwide injunctions in the court system about travel and immigration have already been restricted due to the corona virus R. March twentieth the administration effectively halted new visa applications and president trump has repeatedly praised his decision to ban travel from China and Europe and both the northern and southern border has been closed to all non essential travel several big questions are still looming this morning like how is this going to impact green card holders how long is the band going to last and whether the president even has the constitutional authority to carry it out and about a new rescue bill still being finalized in Washington there's word it will likely include three hundred ten billion for the paycheck protection program sixty billion for rural and minority led businesses seventy five billion for hospitals and twenty five billion dollars for cold it testing health experts do warn there is not enough widespread testing now and that could be a factor if the problem persists and the virus rebounds again in the summer or fall CBS's Stephen Portnoy governors of both parties say their states lack the supplies needed to conduct wide scale testing Maryland's Republican governor just secured kits for five hundred thousand tests from South Korea but president trump said Larry Hogan didn't need to do that no I don't think the south Koreans and needed to get a little knowledge would have been helpful Mr trump and his aides claim Hogan was unaware that the federal labs in Maryland would offer assistance Hogan says he certainly knew of the federal labs in his state and he adds he's been desperately trying to get their help oversee he is in London CBS's Vicki Barker says the pandemic is for state historic change for the British parliament because social distancing rules mean British lawmakers will have to sit six feet apart turning up to fifty will actually physically be in the chamber at any one time journalist Caroline Wheeler says several big screens have been set up so the rest can attend via zoom it's the first time in parliament seven hundred year history that lawmakers have been allowed to attend in absentia Queen Elizabeth is celebrating her ninety fourth birthday today quietly at Windsor Castle because of the pandemic Germany's famed Oktoberfest.
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"Los Angeles county residents in particular are at risk of losing a congressional seat on twenty twenty cents a status tabulated that's according to a cal state Long Beach political science professor professor Justin Levitt said there is a good likelihood the seat will be lost the county has eighteen congressional districts with the twenty seventh and thirty third at risk those districts are currently represented by Judy Chu the San Gabriel Valley and Ted lieu in the South Bay he points out that with California's growth slowing down due to people leaving to go elsewhere Texas may just pick up one of our seats many Californians above there some see he what they think are better tax laws if you haven't gotten your real ID well you're pretty much in lock president trump says he's extending the real ID application deadline which was it originally set for October first they are president said he does not want people to go to their local DMV and being asked to practice social distancing he did not say when the new deadline will be but said it will be announced soon their government orders in several states requiring nonessential workers to stay home to avoid spreading the coronavirus researchers say those restrictions had certain minority groups especially hard a disproportionately high share of black and Hispanic workers cannot telecommunication that's according to a report by the economic policy institute based on federal labor data from twenty seventeen to eighteen thirty percent of white workers surveyed said they could work from home compared to nineteen point seven percent of black workers and sixteen point two percent of Latino workers the institute says black and Hispanic workers are more likely to work in lower paid consumer facing service jobs that limit their ability to work remotely Asian workers were most likely to be able to do their jobs remotely mac Piper CBS news press two months there will be no jury trials in California Superior Court the state's Chief Justice issued a new order today to suspend all criminal and civil trials for sixty days so that's too and for social distancing in courtrooms across the state LA county also restrict the access to all LA county courthouses only judges commissioners court staff and authorized personnel can be in LA county courtrooms that's until further notice the court house insult more closed shut down staff members there under quarantine after an attorney there tested positive for the coronavirus via Turney with cove in nineteen is a public defender who caught the virus after caring for relatives who also tested positive now judges bailiffs court room staff another attorneys are under quarantine for fourteen days the cellmark courthouse only handles juvenile cases they will re open on Thursday a spokesperson for the LA Superior Courts told KNX in an email that the only other Los Angeles court houses that are closed are in Beverly hills in Catalina she wrote the court houses are not contaminated with covert nineteen but rather close because of the measures the presiding judge is taking to address virus issues Emily Valdez can extend seventy newsradio a therapist from Westwood has created a unique way to stay connected during this time of social distancing isolation it's called intergenerational phone pals it's kind of like pen pals but it's over the phone I thought like how amazing would it be if people that are like feeling lonesome and isolated could be connected with others who could just support them and be there for them Daniel her which is a therapist and mother of three she tells can execute its can benefit having a conversation with members of the older generation and vice versa we know that the research shows that both older people and younger people benefit from being connected and learning from one another plus the conversations can bring joy to those feeling down in the stories can spark imagination with kids who are not in school right now anyone can sign up with intergenerational phone pals using the link at Danielle **** which dot com after a plane people get paired up and take it from there heather Jordan can extend seventy newsradio big drugstore chain that employs not laying them off right now CBS news correspondent chrysalis CVS plans to create fifty thousand new jobs nationwide to meet demands caused by coronavirus the jobs will include store associate said home delivery drivers the Rhode Island based a chain also says it will give bonuses up to five hundred dollars to employees who have to work in its stores others who are not laying off but are hiring Walmart Ralph's Costco Amazon domino's pizza and Pepsi right now we're looking at the traffic and weather together coming up in may have three minutes from now hello tells a south LA the one oh five at the Wilmington got some props will check it out for you at two forty five when you need.
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"Los Angeles county we believe the evidence will show that the defendant used his power and influence to gain access to his victims and then committed violent crimes against them D. A. Jackie Lacey says Weinstein raped a woman six years ago in an LA hotel room and I talked to another woman the following night at a hotel in Beverly hills in all eight women came forward to report that they were sexually assaulted by the defendant in Los Angeles county three of those alleged crimes took place outside of the statute of limitations and for that reason we have declined to file charges in those three cases we continue to investigate allegations involving three other women to determine if additional criminal charges will be filed it's unclear when one's team will be arraigned in LA since he's on trial in New York on similar sex assault charges we do not want to at this point interfere with the New York case the judge there will have to make a decision now whether he remains out on two million dollars bail since we filed an arrest warrant with more victims than five million dollars bail he'll have to decide whether the defendant is remanded or not the charges here could send Weinstein to prison for up to twenty eight years if he's convicted he has denied all allegations of non consensual sex click get pesky tech KNX ten seventy newsradio meanwhile a court case against Harvey Weinstein is already under way in New York City where he's facing rape and sexual assault charges there once dean appeared frail as he entered the courtroom this morning meanwhile protesters including actresses rose on our cats and rose McGowan held up signs supporting sexual harassment survivors while accusers spoke outside Harvey once he walked into court with the help of a Walker this pre trial hearing lasted just over an hour and which ones he did not speak both sides said they are ready for trial jury selection begins tomorrow expected to last two weeks the trial itself expected to last two months mac Piper CBS news New York twelve thirty two now on KNX more alleged victims of former U. S. you gotta cultures George Tyndall are expected to file suit in state court can extend seventies Margaret coral live in downtown LA with more up for just fifty cases are likely to be filed in the near future in a statement USC said some additional cases in the state action were expected with the federal class action settlement close to being finalized that could come as early as this afternoon last year a judge gave preliminary approval to the two hundred and fifty million dollar federal class action settlement which will compensate individuals who sought to handle the university's student health center attorney John Manley represents two hundred thirty five women in the state case he says they want to get to the truth well the judge is moving cases along this is the complex division so administrative solutions organizing.
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"Los Angeles county's first known death associated with vaping the county department of public health has scheduled a press conference on the issue for Friday afternoon the department says that means today other departments as twelve cases of pulmonary injury associated with the use of E. cigarettes have been reported in Los Angeles county urges the public to take precautions earlier this month U. S. health officials renewed calls for people to stop beeping until they figure out why some are coming down with serious breathing illnesses officials said they'd identified four hundred and fifty possible illnesses including at least three deaths in thirty three states where yellow county is the first to try out some new technology and it's led to the clearing of over seven hundred marijuana convictions when voters passed proposition sixty four in twenty sixteen to allow adult use of marijuana they also eliminated several hot related crimes the law applies retroactively to pot convictions but yellow county district attorney Jeff rice success there wasn't a mechanism set into place on how to do that so we partnered with code for America to use a tool that they developed that allowed us to scan thousands of lines of code in a matter of minutes and then make a decision on dismissing those convictions right success there now people in the county who can land a job because they have clear records in a matter of literally minutes instead of weeks or months we dismissed over seven hundred marijuana convictions and the judge has signed the order so it's a done deal rising says his office is focusing on illegal drug activity but rather than spending time on people who smoke a little weed the effort will be to stop illegal growers who do. image the environment and those who illegally possess weapons or place children at risk because of drugs Veronica Carter news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. governor Newsome's approved a bill to close a loophole in the law which what some violent sexual predators avoid extra scrutiny before being granted parole the new law will require that all inmates convicted of a sexually violent offense be given a comprehensive risk assessment before their parole hearing current law only applies that requirement to inmates sentenced to a specific term of incarceration but not those given an indeterminate term SB one forty one close that loophole and ensures that those sentenced to an indeterminate term are also evaluated the assessment specifically test for an inmate's likelihood to engage in sexually violent behavior John Brunei's the news ninety three point one KFBK was suicide is becoming more common in America Cape Caister Michaels joins us live in studio with details Kitty a study conducted at the Ohio.
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"Los Angeles County declared a measles outbreak with five confirmed cases, one of those cases involved a UCLA student who may have exposed hundreds of people to measles on campus month. Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio and they're dealing with a measles outbreak in New York as well. Mostly Brooklyn, Rockland county Dennis may have an important role in helping domestic violence victims. Researchers at the university of Arizona college of medicine note that three out of every four cases of head and neck trauma associated with domestic violence involves some sort of oral injury. And there's been a rise in herpes since this year's Coachella music festival over thousand cases reported in Indio palm desert and Coachella valley during the festival herp alert says that usually handles about twelve cases a day health update. Scott Pringle, NBC. News radio. The opioid epidemic become not just deadly. But also, a costly problem that's affecting more people than ever ABC's. Daria Albinger, with the results of new study on drug overdoses, researchers at the Pacific institute for research and evaluation in Maryland documented, the deaths in teens and young adults from two thousand six to twenty fifteen they found three thousand four hundred twenty two were due to drug overdoses eighty five percent or unintentional and that opioids contributed to almost half of the deaths. That's an increase from just over eight percents in two thousand six to nine point seven percent in two thousand fourteen the price tag, a staggering thirty five point one billion dollars annually. Daria Albinger, ABC news. Nobel-winning astronomer says the universe is expanding faster than it used to meaning the cosmos is considerably younger than we thought that sending a shudder through the world of physics making strana mors rethink some of their most basic concepts. The new research says the universe is about one billion years younger than previously believed. Komo AAA traffic.
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"The years from Los Angeles County, the county's library director Skype Patrick is being recognized by library journal for her efforts to eliminate barriers and increase access to services goal, really. For me. It's created environment. A learning environment for everybody to that end. Patrick created the count equity initiative. So each of the counties eighty-seven, libraries, we'll focus on providing programs to fit the needs of the communities they serve, and it's also about creating a platform for equity, we here in libraries understand that the work that we do is never really about equality, but it's about equity Patrick says it's the difference between providing the same resources to all people and tailoring them to each individual to lift everyone up to the baseline. Field next to make more room for people who are not your typical library type Patrick says when she was starting out. It was really difficult for her because she didn't fit the stereotype of a librarian over the years. I realized that a lot of us don't. Profession needs all kinds of people. Most of us are here because we want to help other people, and she says that doesn't look a certain way it comes from the heart. Claudia pesky tau KNX ten seventy NewsRadio jumped on stage at a Taylor swift concert in southern California has now been arrested on suspicion of beating a man to death in San Diego. Police say twenty nine year old Christian Ewing was arrested for a parole violation a few days ago and rearrested yesterday on suspicion of murder in two thousand fifteen weeks stuck into Wisconsin. San Diego's Petco park and then jumped on stage while she was performing he was tackled by security guards, one of whom suffered a broken rib doing pleaded guilty to assault and got two years probation. Residents in south Los Angeles affected by a water main break or learning their water is safe to Drake again, the break of a twenty four inch water pipe damaged eight homes. A created a large sinkhole sending residents out of the neighborhood while crews worked to repair the pipes after some initial testing and a boil water notice DWP announced the water was safe to drink again. Several cars were damaged yards and homes were flooded. And a sinkhole of sections buried in the mud crew spent the weekend trying to fix the problem which also put pressure on other pipes it all about seventy five customers were affected American. I said he toured the area and gave out target gift cards to people who had evacuate Hobie dis paint a little bit for the holiday. Some residents were being put up at a local tell they Davidge vehicles were towed to a safe yard. But we're not being charged for that storage. Thousands of people gathered at the.
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"In Los Angeles County fire chief Daryl laws be ABC's. Alec stone is in Malibu were specialized planes called super scoopers are part of the battle. What they can do is instead of after dumping fire retardant or water most planes have to go back to an airport and get more. These skim across the top of water in this case, the Pacific Ocean, and they fill up their bellies with more water than they take off off of the ocean. Head back to the fire and dump again and repeatedly do that they're much faster at getting more water than normal helicopter playing at least thirty one people have died in the fires in North Carolina. The search continues for missing thirteen year old Hannah argue are a week after she was kidnapped outside of her home officials giving an update on the case a few moments ago. Our approach approaches that she is alive. We have no indication to indicate otherwise we have no evidence that indicates otherwise Lumberton police chief Michael MC steal the top reward to help. Find Hania has risen to twenty thousand dollars. Stanley the mastermind behind marvel comics has died at the age of ninety five he's known for co creating iconic characters from the incredible hulk Spiderman, which he says he was most proud of my publisher didn't want when I told him the idea. He hated it hated it. Lee says soon after that the comic was flying off the shelves, a family attorney says Lee died in his Los Angeles home this morning at the close on Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrial average is down more than six hundred points more than two percents. You're listening to ABC news. Stay.
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"A Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy who'd been robbed reported missing. That is in Saudi has now been found safe and turns out he had been robbed while sleeping in his car. He'd been robbed by someone who made off with his cash and cell phone. Police say the deputy did have some injuries possibly from being punched by the robber. But they were minor enough that he didn't need to be taken to a hospital. Authorities were I tipped off to a problem when the deputy when a friend used his call this phone was shocked when somebody else answered it before hanging up a music teacher is now out on bail after being arrested for attacking a student in his band. Classic Maywood academy high school and some other students are actually coming to the teachers defense some of them who saw Friday's incident. Tell CBS to they feel the teacher Marston Riley who is black was provoked into hitting the student when the boy hurled. A torrent of racial insults at him, including the N word added another student Who Wasn't There, but has other classes with Riley says he's also on the teacher's side. So wonderful teacher. He's just here to help us. Learn how to play instruments music, but other students, and many parents think the teacher did not have any excuse for acting the way he did. And now another video has also emerged appears to show that same teacher having a fistfight with a different student about a year ago. Details of that incident. Not yet clear about two hundred people were quickly evacuated from a synagogue in Anaheim last night after someone called in a bomb threat. Just a week after the massacre at a temple in Pittsburgh. But a two hour search of the Mecom Shalom synagogue and Jewish center on south Sinclair street. Didn't turn up any dangerous devices police then allowed members of the mostly Spanish speaking congregation to go back inside. And investigators are now trying to track down the caller. There's been an emotional vigil in Beverly Hills to honor and to remember the eleven people killed in that weekend synagogue. Doc in Pittsburgh, community members and local leaders, including mayor Julian gold lit candles and walked through the city streets as they reflected on the tragedy and the effect. It's had not only on Jews across America. But on the entire nation. The mayor told CBS to the vigil serve many purposes, this is an opportunity for us.
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"Los Angeles County is being called a symptom of a much larger problem in something that the county needs to move faster resolve we've got third world conditions, and something's gotta give LA county. Supervisor. Catherine Barker is calling on her colleagues and public health officials to come together in a coordinated effort to stop the spread of typhus now in LA Pasadena and Long Beach some including bargain attributed the outbreak to the worsening conditions of the homeless on the streets last week. I started my Monday watching someone defecate on that corner right in front in the morning. And then my Friday ended the same way bargain says with the spread of hepatitis last year. Now typhus it shows that much more needs to be done. She says yes, compassion is needed. But a big picture approach is also required to address the public health concerns in LA county and quality of life for all residents. The board will take up promotion next week. Vicky more KNX ten seventy NewsRadio in both the LA county. Public health department confirming the first Jeff this year from the West Nile virus there are not many details being released to just that the individual was a resident of the San Fernando Valley area and had been hospitalized early last month. The statement includes thoughts and prayers of the person's family and friends. It also notes there have been thirty eight confirmed West Nile cases in Los Angeles County this year, not including Long Beach and Pasadena, which are reported by their own local health departments those two thousand L A city workers taking to the streets to protest a lack of settled contracts. And they were pointing a finger at mayor Garcetti who in their minds says spending too much time out of town away from LA issues. Let's go live now to LA city hall. Check we can extend seventies. Pete demetrio..
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"Los Angeles County, supervisors renewed their ten thousand dollar reward today in hopes of tracking down the killer of tristen debts. It will now remain in place for another ninety days. These Malibu also offering five thousand dollars in reward money in that case Cal fire. Investigators have determined that arcane power lines spark two of last year's big wildfires. The cascade fire up in Yuba county, killed four people and injured a firefighter. It began in October of two thousand seventeen. Cal fire says strong winds caused to sagging Pacific Gas and electric power lines to touch each other which ignited the dry brush below by the time. It was out two hundred sixty four homes were destroyed and more than fifteen square miles have burned southern California. Edison equipment failure being blamed for starting the liberty fire last year in the myriad area. Cal fire investigation finds the problem caused the electrical arcane amid strong Santa Ana winds, sparking the place that prompted evacuations and burnt about three hundred acres. The fire also destroyed one home and one outbuilding and damage to other property, southern California. Edison says in a statement that it fully cooperated with the investigation and looks forward to reviewing the Cal fire report SCE's ongoing internal review indicates that its equipment was involved in the ignition of the liberty fire. It says outing this does not mean that SC failed to observe proper practices or comply with the law. Cloudy. Get pets cusak Canucks, ten seventy NewsRadio. A north Hollywood dance studio started by the legendary Debbie Reynolds is set to be demolished her son sold the. But dancers hope the building's new owner has a change of heart. It's the energy of the history that has occurred within the four walls of this brick building on lankershim boulevard that they hoped to preserve Michael Jackson rivers there. I mean, you just can't replace that. Teresa Espinosa is CEO of the Debbie Reynolds legacy studio, it originally opened nearly forty years ago. Dorian Cohen has been studying here for six years whenever you're having trouble auditioning, China, find steps you think about just what's been through this studio space, and it reinspired Reynolds son, Todd Fisher sold the place because he says the IRS wanted nearly two million dollars in taxes to keep it. He says the new owner has every right to do whatever he wants with it. But he also says keep our history, and that's kind of laying a posted. Notice says the building will be demolished and the site cleared.
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"The Los Angeles County sheriff's office sounding the alarm on selfie splashed. Your search and rescue teams conducted over six hundred eighty rescue missions the most five years and many of them. Happening in remote locations or deputy. Stephen do set says they need a helicopter to get people out. He bought the understand people die up in those mountains, very risky that you see that we do there. There are ones that we don't make their dead. The reason a lot of people are up there is because of cell fees. The need to take a picture of yourself in a somewhat dangerous location is a relatively new phenomenon. But one L A officials don't appreciate it's a huge response. And if you would quantify it in dollars, you're talking thousands and thousands psychologists say there are a couple of reasons for high risk, selfies number one is the risk itself. The dopamine rush makes us feel good. The second is plain old attention. We all want it and need it. Maybe however, we could need it just a little less, Sherry Preston. ABC news Astros. Magic number is two. Is they take on the Blue Jays? Again. Tonight in Toronto coverage starts at five on sports talk seven ninety the Dow is now up eighty seven the NASDAQ down forty one s and p five hundred down one oil. At seventy seventy one. Our next update is at one thirty. And now more rush, I'm Scott credited. Houston's news, weather and traffic station. Newsradio and forty KTAR h. This report is brought to you by e-verify. Let's get to work with e-verify the modernized employment eligibility verification partner that can maximize your potential there helping employers throughout the hiring process. So they can focus on other business. Get started at verify dot gov slash go. Lead some drainage work. Daniel dean land clearing and dirt work to eight one three five six dirt. You could make book on this to Ruth Ginsburg, fuzzy Ginsburg. She's gonna to hang on as long as she can her objective is to hang on till twenty twenty. That's one of the Democrats think that Trump will lose reelection. She will retire in twenty twenty and the Democrats will say, wait a minute here in the vitamin rule Trumpcare. Nominate her replacement. Anyway, greetings, welcome back. Rush.
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"And they because of privacy rules of hip or rules they don't have access in most cases to the prisoners medical records so they're responsible for caring for somebody but they don't necessarily know what they're supposed to be looking for or what to do if they see a particular behavior so there's never enough treatment beds right in prison out of prison and and for the limited beds that are available in a correctional institution guards some have have a role in deciding who gets to go there what are conditions like in in these prison hospitals if you will are they better in some cases they are in los angeles county they they are it's a separate unit that's a licensed behavioral healthcare facility the cells it's just it's a little bit quieter it feels a little bit more like a hospital even though the people are locked in cells in los angeles in particular if it's odd because because of the licensing and so on they're more likely to treat people over objection in other words if the prisoner doesn't wanna get medication the hospital part of the jail is more likely to to force them to take it with a judge's order and so on and so the people often seem healthier and senior than the people you see on high odds but it it feels a little bit more like a clinic the food is often said to be better the restrictions are a little bit looser but it's still in jail and it still feels like a jail and there are a lot of people who will say that you cannot do good psychiatric care in a in a jail or prison do do prisoners fake a mental illness in order to get to the hospital or do do correctional officers believed that they're faking and psychiatrists mental health professionals certainly some people do fake mental illness and are apparently more likely to do so in a jail or prison setting there's just more to be gained by say getting out of the general population they'll say you know.
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"On the most important relationships in our lives this episode of review he'll is about win those relationships come up against us immigration policy will hear from families and children caught in a system with shifting rules and from those in charge of enforcing those rules on the ground we start in los angeles county it's late august just after 5 o'clock in the morning the inky black sky mirrors the dark storefronts of a strip mall in the parking lot more than a half dozen immigration agents and bulletproof vests huddle for a briefing what he thought were important a 33yearold natural clarke of this review are therefore required fruitful reckless driving agents from immigration and customs enforcement or ice have been staking out the homes of convicted felons who were in the us legally the agents planned to arrest them when they meet their homes over fruit on the facts the legal walmart there will be a 21yearold mexican national rift from earlier this year furthermore the people on today's lists have criminal convictions for drunk driving sexual battery and done possession if the agents are able to make arrests ice will start their deportation proceedings right away colin trevorrow operations like this attract media attention and create anxiety for emigrants ice arrests of criminals and noncriminals are up thirty five percent since donald trump became president they've happened at restaurants courthouses and sometimes like these early in the morning outside an immigrants home mm reveals bernice young has been investigating the administration's crackdown on immigration and went along on a recent ice raith i write shotgun next to jorges field who helps run what ice calls its enforcement and removal operations in los angeles they are in the city of the former in aceh fernando vellon it's more of fees city los angeles poor hey is in his fifty's he's got salt and pepper hair and a goatee like the other agents he sports a navy blue bulletproof vest with the words ice and police in big block letters off we park around the corner from the suspect's home i grew up in a neighborhood like this in a predominantly hispanic neighborhood to him these arrests are about protecting public safety and respecting the law offer generational american on my dad came to this country so it's not something we don't understand the reasons behind why they come on their shows the process and.
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"On the most important asian ships in our lives this episode of reveal is about win those relationships come up against us immigration policy we'll hear from families and children cotonou system with shifting rules and from those in charge of enforcing those rules on the ground we start in los angeles county it's laid august just after 5 o'clock in the morning the inky black sky mirrors the dark storefronts of a strip mall in the parking lot more than a half dozen immigration agents and bulletproof vests huddle for a briefing corning birdied the rear old one among now clarke review our and through clark equal reckless driving agents from immigration and customs enforcement were ice have been staking out the homes of convicted felons who were in the us legally the agents planned to arrest them when they meet their homes we number two on the french evil walmart twenty nine year old mexican national for furthermore the people on today's list have criminal convictions for drunk driving sexual battery and gun possession if the agents are able to make arrests ice will start their deportation proceedings right away river road operations like this attract media attention and create anxiety for emigrants ice arrests have criminals and noncriminals are up thirty five percent since donald trump became president they've happened at restaurants courthouses in some times like these early in the morning outside an immigrants home reveals bernice young has been investigating the administration's crackdown on immigration and went along on a recent ice rate i write shotgun next to jorges field who helps run what ice calls it's enforcement and removal operations in los angeles they are in the city of lahore nla emma suffer number well it's more of fees city los alamos poor hey is in his fifteenth he's got saltandpepper hair and a goatee like the other agents he sports a navy blue bulletproof vest with the words ice and police in big block letters aw who park around the corner from the suspect's home i grew up in a neighborhood like this in a predominantly hispanic neighborhood to him these arrests are about protecting public safety and respecting the law offer generational american on my dad came to this country so it's not something we don't understand the reasons behind why they come on their sus the.
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"On the most important relationships in our lives this episode of reveal is about win knows relationships come up against us immigration policy we'll hear from families and children cotonou system with shifting rules and from those in charge of enforcing those rules on the ground we start in los angeles county we're going to go ahead it's late august just after 5 o'clock in the morning the inky black sky mirrors the dark storefronts of a strip mall in the parking lot more than a half dozen immigration agents in bulletproof vests huddle for a briefing with the sovereign foreign nuclear 33yearold one among now clarke who briefly review i and required truthful reckless driving agents from immigration and customs enforcement or ice have been staking out the homes of convicted felons who her in the us legally the agents planned to arrest them when they meet their house we number two on the facts we are ruled illegal walmart there were twenty nine year old mexican national with year very in order for the people on today's list have criminal convictions for drunk driving sexual battery and gun possession if the agents are able to make arrests ice will start their deportation proceedings right away and river road operations like this attract media attention and create anxiety for emigrants ice arrests have criminals and noncriminals are up thirty five percent since donald trump became president they've happened at restaurants court houses and sometimes like these early in the morning outside an emigrants home reveals bernice young has been investigating the administration's crackdown on immigration and went along on a recent ice rate i ride shotgun next to jorges field who helps run what ice 'cause it's enforcement and removal operations in los angeles they are in the city of hormone in the south fernando velvet it's the city of los alamos poor hey is his fifteenth he's got saltandpepper hair and a goatee like the other agents he sports a navy blue bulletproof vest with the words ice and police in big block letters aw we park around the corner from the suspect's home i grew up in a neighborhood like this in a predominantly hispanic neighborhood to him these arrests are about protecting public safety and respecting the law a first generation american on my that came to this country so it's not something we don't understand the reasons behind why they come on their sister a process and.