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01:52 min | 4 months ago

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"And conservationist Jane. Coming up a look at what she plans to do with the prize money. Some of KCRW's best work is on greater L. A So schools may return in person learning in the next few months. How are you feeling about that? And the calls? I feel like there? Kind of boring, in my opinion, so it probably might be better to go to school. So then, like classes won't be boring because I think he'd be cool to see my teacher in person, and we're just going to be there for three hours, So it's gonna be fine. I used to dread school and all the work that came with it. Now, if he was, it's not the work the matter Smosh most about school, it's spending time with other people and being interactive. Greater L a Monday through Thursday at one and 6 30 right here on KCRW. Well, just getting the all clear a few minutes ago from the CHP on a major Sigler in Long Beach, Nor found 7 10 at Del Amo Boulevard. They had all lanes shut down there for a while due to major crash that has now been taken care of. But still seeing some big delays from before the 405 had some low clouds and fog rolling overnight could be clearing later on today. It's that perhaps near the beach Highs in the sixties along the coast seventies and eighties..

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01:58 min | 4 months ago

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"From Democratic Senator Chris Coons of Delaware, about where things stand. Some of KCRW's best work is on greater L. A so school may return in person learning in the next few months. How are you feeling about that? Because I feel like there Kind of boring, in my opinion, so it probably might be better to go to school. So then, like classes won't be boring because I think it'd be cool to see my teacher in person, and we're just gonna be there for three hours, So it's gonna be fine. I used to dread school and all the works that came, was it Now we three must. It's not the work that matters most about school. It's spending time with other people and being interactive. Greater L A Monday through Thursday at one and 6 30 right here on KCRW. All of you Pick your nose outside. Chances are you'll be able to see the tail end of that lunar eclipse a really beautiful light show going on over Southern California this morning, I got to tell you, it beats the heck out of what's going on on the freeways. Right now. We've got a major Sigler that's continuing in Anaheim, affecting both sides. The eye five As of last reports, Sound five at Lincoln completely shut down North bound side of the five at Harbor. Out of commission there. Meanwhile, Yves You're trying to make your way into Pomona. Real challenges eastbound on the 10. At one point we had always shut down it via Verity and a new crash popping up in West L. A North bound for all five of the East 10. We've got a truck that apparently smacked into the Guard rail. So portray NPR comes from Eric and.

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04:00 min | 1 year ago

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"It in the P. C. R. W. at live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dave Mattingly Boeing says it'll be cutting ten percent of its work force and slowing production as a response to the corona virus pandemic the plane maker has been hurt by sharp drops in airline travel and the ongoing grounding up at seven thirty seven Max aircraft Boeing is reporting a loss of six hundred forty one million dollars in the first quarter NPR's Eleanor Beardsley says European plane maker Airbus is reporting a quarterly loss of five hundred fifteen million Airbus CEO Gillon forty called this the greatest crisis the aerospace industry has ever known he said even after travel restrictions ease it may take a while to persuade customers to get back on planes while Airbus executives said they hoped plane deliveries could start picking up in the second half of the year they refused to predict long term with the virus still spreading citing potential disruptions to food supplies president trump is ordering meat processing plants in the U. S. to remain open during the pandemic some plants recently closed temporarily Luke Runyon this with member station KUNC in Colorado there have been protests about unsafe working conditions in several states yesterday in Nebraska some of their two thousand workers at a Smithfield pork plant outside Lincoln briefly walked off the job to protest plans to keep it open in the midst of an outbreak at that facility this is NPR news from Washington California governor Gavin Newsom says the state's public schools could re open as early as July the governor says starting the next school year in the summer could help make up for lost time in Alaska a ninety two mile section of road into Denali national park and preserve is being re opened public access to the road was closed earlier this month as a result of state restrictions on nonessential travel those limits have since been eased the national park is about two hundred forty miles north of anchorage calm has returned to Lebanon after the country's army was deployed to deal with large protests in Tripoli NPR's Alice Fordham says the unrest broke out following the funeral of a man killed in protests earlier this week in the northern city of Tripoli demonstrators clashed with the armed forces and set fire to two banks they hold stones firecrackers and tree branches and buildings and troops they've gathered after the funeral of a young man who died off to protests Monday several roadblocks were set up across the country protesters clashed with riot police in the capital Beirut and the state news agency reported extensive damage to banks in the southern city of cider overnight the army closed off the main square in Tripoli on the demonstration subsided a government spokesman blamed the unrest on infiltrators but discontent at the diet Connie is widespread Alice Fordham and peonies favorite Dow futures are up more than four hundred points this morning I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington and on this Wednesday morning you are listening to KCRW on cherry Glazer good to have you here it's been a little busy out on the freeways last half hour so I had a major Sigler in south LA west one of five just before prairie couple vehicles involved one overturned that has now been all wrapped up sing a little bit of improvement as well with our other secular this is in the city of commerce southbound seven ten right around band Deeney the right two lanes are open but at least while the left lane still out of commission this due to a very serious incident involving a pedestrian again that's on the southbound seven tenet Fantini you're going to find at least one lane still blocked there with delays coming away from the I. five at some low clouds and fog rolling overnight and you can find the fog a little on the heavy side near the coast this morning could be burning offer plenty of sunshine.

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03:58 min | 1 year ago

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"Smaller streets outside staples will be blocked off an accessible only to people with tickets and Los Angeles has its first UNESCO world heritage site thanks to Frank Lloyd Wright a ceremony was held this weekend at Wright's hollyhock house to celebrate that designation the house's name for the stylized hollyhock flowers that decorate its concrete exterior now part of Barnsdall art park hollyhock house was completed in nineteen twenty one ERISA Lena Bonsall donated to the city a few years later have a major Sigler that's been causing some real headaches for folks on the west side in Santa Monica was found tenet fourth street sounds like a lot of the mainline of the freeway has been re opened following an earlier crash on PCH but apparently part of the offramp is still blocked gonna be sunny today highs in the sixties to mid seventies along the coast mid to upper seventies inland now it's and let's and morning becomes eclectic good morning good morning it's great to see you on this nice Monday morning yeah are getting a little blast of summer this week I think I think it we will and I'm kind of ready for it and I'm also ready to bring you morning becomes eclectic we're gonna get into news headlines from NPR and the music on the other side live from NPR news in Washington I'm Lakshmi saying Harvey Weinstein is found guilty on at least two counts including third degree rape and criminal sexual act but in New York City jury has found the former movie mogul not guilty on two charges of predatory sexual assault and another count of rape once he was charged with sex crimes against two women in two thousand six in two thousand thirteen NPR's rose Friedman reports on the legal battle involving a powerful man whose crimes fueled the rise of the me too movement worldwide the seven men and five women of the jury sat through weeks of testimony hearing from six women who accused Weinstein of rape or assault the testimony was often wrenching one witness broke down on the stand forcing court to adjourn for the day but Weinstein's defense did their best to poke holes in each story introducing doubts about details and timelines the accused the women of re framing and counters that had been consensual at the time as rape or assault with little physical evidence to present prosecutors asked the jury to listen closely to the women's stories to lend their attention and their patients to a complex case ultimately the jury had to decide if they thought the women were telling the truth rose Friedman NPR news New York it's not over once he still faces sex crimes charges in Los Angeles a joint task force from the world health organisation has completed a two week survey of coronavirus containment efforts in China NPR's Emily Feng reports that task force has concluded the China likely prevented hundreds of thousands of more cases of the corona virus Dr Bruce L. word assistant director general the organization said that strict quarantine measures locking down within half a billion people in China should be replicated by other countries to stop the virus is global spread his doctor L. were to help lead the mission at a press conference in Beijing on Monday there's no question that China's bold approach to the records for read of this new respire Tory pathogen has changed the course of what was a rapidly escalating and and continues to be deadly epidemic his boss the W. H. O. director came under fire last month after praising Chinese leader xi Jinping's quote transparency despite an initial local cover up that lately he's into the spread of the virus Emily Feng NPR news Beijing president Donald Trump addressed the biggest crowd of his presidency today in India was a rally at a cricket stadium in Indian prime minister Narendra Modi's home state of Qatar and peers Lauren Frayer was there president trump praised India's prime minister calling him a great friend both are right wing populist leaders who faced public protest at home but the crowd at Ahmedabad cricket stadium was.

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03:25 min | 1 year ago

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"The effect and profiles of fascinating people from your neighborhood discover what you're missing that case here to view dot com slash podcast live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dave Mattingly intelligence officials reportedly warned members of Congress Russia is interfering in the twenty twenty presidential election to try to help president trump win a second term the briefing to members of the house intelligence committee was first reported by The New York Times and The Washington Post here's post reporter Ellen Nakashima one of trump's allies on the committee ranking member Devon Nunez informed trump of the briefing and told him of the conclusion this angered president trump in a meeting follow up the briefing he got very angry at Joseph McGuire the acting director of national intelligence and wanted to know why he had to hear about the briefing from a congressman a Kremlin spokesman characterizes the reports of Russian interference as untrue and paranoia in about six hours a one week reduction of violence agreement is set to begin in Afghanistan between the US and the Taliban secretary of state Mike Pompeii says the deal will be followed by the signing of a peace agreement in Doha at the end of the month Pompeii says the document to be signed on February twenty ninth will lead to a permanent ceasefire more than eighteen years after the war began following the September eleventh terror attacks Iran is reporting two more deaths from the corona virus this is NPR news from Washington for a second consecutive day the number of cases of the corona virus has doubled in South Korea here's NPR's Anthony kun the country's been focused up to now on keeping the virus from getting in so it was caught off guard when it suddenly popped up in Daegu the country's fourth largest city the central government is working to replenish the city's dwindling stocks of medicine and equipment most of the cases in Daegu are members of a religious movement called the shin Chung G. church of Jesus a court hearings being held this morning in Norfolk Virginia for a man accused of threatening the speaker of the state's house of delegates on social media and pave your with member station VPM reports the twenty three year old was arrested for a Facebook threat against speaker of the house I mean filler corn capitol police spokesman Jumma sangka said the man made a threat to burn although he wouldn't give any details on the case over the years determine whether there is a direct threat there this case like I said it was very explicit several Virginia Democrats say they've received death threats during this legislative session over gun control bills one northern Virginia lawmaker called police last weekend after a gun on a patrol the perimeter of his home while carrying a semi automatic shock on the most controversial gun bill proposed assault weapons ban was rejected by Virginia state Senate earlier this week for NPR news I'm been pave year in Richmond Wall Street futures are lower ahead of the open this morning S. and P. futures are down twelve points I'm Dave Mattingly NPR news in Washington and on this Friday morning you are listening to KCRW on cherry glaze are good to have you here it's been a busy morning already out on the freeways major Sigler continues in Lancaster this is on the south.

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03:56 min | 1 year ago

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"In California Charles Schwab is swallowing up TD Ameritrade in a merger discount of brokers sure Schwab which is based in San Francisco says the deal is a twenty six billion dollar stock swap the marriage creates a company that is so big it may run into some tough questions from anti trust regulators well the holiday get away hasn't even started yet but we already have a couple of major Sigler it's out there one of them and saying Gabriel westbound sixty Garfield the good news is now only the right lane is closed due to an earlier big rig fire but you are still backed up from before the six oh five than in sand demi's south fifty seven to the west ten the left lane is blocked there I'm sherry Glaser now it's Aaron bird and morning becomes eclectic good morning Erin good morning to you you know what I was just reminded that you're supposed to pass on that that the recipe Davin climbing yes Sir you that that that that stuff pumpkin that is coming in your email actually made a note to myself last night okay great I can't wait for what more to becomes eclectic starts just after the news stay with us live from NPR news in Washington I'm Laxmi saying the chain of command crisis surrounding president trump's defense of a navy seal who is at risk of losing his cabinet triton pen in connection with the war crimes case is taking another twist defense secretary mark asper says the president ordered him to allow chief petty officer Eddie Gallagher to keep the pen he received when he became a navy seal in Pierce Tom Bowman has been following the story he joins us live in the studio hi Tom hello there so what are the implications of espers remarks to reporters today well the implications mean that Eddie Gallagher the navy seal will be able to retire with his honors with his navy tried and pen and the the question is you know a legal one do that the president as commander in chief has the right to step in and basically say to the defense secretary mark asper I want you to make sure this guy has is tried and pen the concern though with the some officials at the Pentagon and some analysts is the the the president kinda stuck his hands down into this process that was on going to supposed to be a review board of navy seal to depart to determine whether or not Eddie Gallagher met the standards of the navy seals that was supposed to start next week no it will not happen and that just a little bit of background we know that Eddie Gallagher he was cleared over the summer of of more serious charges war crimes related charges with with a bit in relation to his service in Iraq but he was convicted of a lesser charge of having posed with the corpse of an ISIS captive and so the military jury decided to reduce his rank and then you know the the the the rest then it came about and but then there was more drama over the weekend with the ouster of the navy secretary that's right a navy secretary Richard Spencer said in a letter to the present he been terminated by defense secretary mark asper and he said basically the president should have a navy secretary who will who is of use a line with his own views on the future of the force okay thanks Tom it's NPR's Tom Bowman in other news federal judge says she will rule today in a case that could clear the way for key witnesses to testify in front of house impeachment investigators under scrutiny our president trump's alleged quid pro quo dealings with Ukraine as well as early response of the special counsel's investigation into rushes election reach we have more details from NPR's Bobby Alan US district judge can touch brown Jackson says she will rule in a case brought by the house of representatives which is trying to enforce a subpoena against former White House counsel don began again is seen as an important figure in examining trump's possible obstruction of justice during that's.

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01:33 min | 2 years ago

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"Had the latest on the wildfires burning across southern California a plus in many states a home seller does not have to disclose if a property is at risk of flooding now Texas is expanding its front disclosure law to better protect home buyers and that could lead to changes in other parts of the country you'll get the story in about fifteen minutes listen up this is the golden age of audio on their fast has partnered with KCRW for the inaugural on air LA annex exploring the creative possibilities of sound two nights of conversations live podcasts and more featuring industry leaders like make the male of the memory palace Lee a tower of strangers Caitlyn pressed of the heart and KCRW's and let November seventh and eight that case your W. H. Q. for details and tickets go to KCRW dot com slash on their fast all fire crews have been on the front lines all night long dealing with the Getty fire and trying to get a handle on it before the winds pick up the good news is that the four or five is open in both directions through this fall to pass however on an offering still shut down between Mulholland and sunset due to the blaze also Sapulpa Boulevard still shut down through that area we've got a major Sigler in Hollywood both sides the one on one shut down at Hollywood Boulevard due to police activity meanwhile near U. S. C. south on one ten on Martin Luther king junior Boulevard a cocked out and TA box going to be sunny today highs in the upper sixties to mid seventies.

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05:44 min | 2 years ago

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"Here be monsters is a podcast about. it's about a lot of things. it's about faith and doubt. love and loneliness. optimism and grief. it's a can't cast about the things that frighten us in the things that we can't get out of our hands. here be monsters KCRW's podcast about the unknown new episodes out now listen where ever you get your podcasts. well what if a major Sigler in Rancho Cucamonga this morning it's on the south bound fifteen right around foot hole and as of last report all lanes shut down there that's a southbound fifteen at foothill south LA north one tenets Lawson a car smacked into the sand beryl's sunny today highs in the seventies and the eighties at the beach is up to ninety in the valley. it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Steve Inskeep in Washington DC and I'm David grain in Culver city California text messages may have just become important evidence in an impeachment inquiry this is twenty nineteen after all a series of text released last night show diplomats debating how to maneuver president trump's demands on Ukraine the text messages involves state department officials in Europe and as we know now the president was withholding military aid from Ukraine and also asking you crane to investigate democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden as we hear a top diplomat calls it quote crazy to withhold security assistance for help with a political campaign and quote house committee chairman released the text messages after hearing a long day of testimony from a former US diplomat let's bring in pure compressional correspondent Susan Davis has been following all of this either so good morning David so what do you see in these texts. so a word of caution these are excerpts of partial conversations involving three state department officials in easy to Ukraine president the Lynskey and in some cases the president's personal lawyer Rudy guiliani partial meaning there could be more of a conversation and Democrats are saying they plan to release the full context of these text message conversations after they've been scrubbed for personally identifiable information that said the take away and what they have released is that it largely seems to corroborate the things we already know the July twenty fifth phone call between trump insulin ski which the president asks them to look into the Biden family the messages also convey concerns about withholding US military aid to Ukraine and the message it would send to Russia there's also that one exchange particular you just reference it's going to get a lot of attention and that is it's dated September ninth involves bill Taylor he's a diplomatic official at the US embassy in Ukraine and he sends this text message to Gordon Simon the US ambassador to the European Union saying quote I think it's crazy to withhold security assistance to help with a political campaign someone replies quote I believe you are incorrect about president trump's intentions the president has been crystal clear click crystal clear no quid pro quos of any kind he then suggests they stop texting and talk over the phone instead Democrats are saying all of this only adds up to validating their impeachment investigation well our it's a lot to dig through there and this comes as a diplomat right Kurt Volker who had been the US special envoy to Ukraine testified for something like nine hours on the hill right he touched my from is nine and a half hours it should come not come as a surprise to you or anyone that Democrats and Republicans are walking out of these closed door meetings with very different takes here's Eric Swalwell he's a Democrat from California on his take away from brokers testimony we have ample evidence now that there was a requirement that president still in ski investigate the twenty sixteen election and the Bivens if you wanted to get a meeting and then listen to the contrast Jim Jordan he's a Republic. and from Ohio who also attended those meetings not one thing he is sad comports with any of the Democrats and he's been there not one thing the one thing all of these lawmakers do seem to agree on is that they support releasing that full transcripts of that nine hour deposition which would give some public clarity to what exactly did go on there is it sounds like so far that they weren't even in the same meeting this is a read the full transcript so more today right Michael Atkinson the intelligence community's inspector general's going to testify before the house intelligence committee he played a central role in in this whistleblower complaint right right just as a reminder I can sing handled the whistle blower complaint that sparked this entire thing in his determination the whistle blower was credible it was a matter of urgent concern he also disagreed with the decision handed down from the director of national intelligence at the advice of the justice department they did not need to be turned over to Congress Atkinson disagree with that but he did alert Congress to its existence that alert also ultimately led to the reveal of the complaint and the transcript they're going to hear it directly from him about his role in that entire process in other people they should maybe interview that he talked to Republicans of also make clear that they're going to press him on any political bias the whistle blower may have had it was a blur stills not testified no date on that yet and Democrats say they're gonna keep getting more aggressive even issuing subpoenas if they have to I yes they well and if they don't comply they say that it could be a count of obstruction an article of impeachment. all right and para professional correspondent Susan Davis thanks so much you're welcome how can a community grow in population while cutting carbon emissions that is the challenge facing the whole planet in the fight against climate change NPR's Dan Charles reports on how Penn state university is doing that from the top of beaver stadium one of the very 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01:39 min | 2 years ago

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02:15 min | 2 years ago

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"The gunman behind the recent mass shooting at the Gilroy garlic festival say they are deeply shocked and horrified by his actions in a statement they say they would never condone the hateful thoughts and ideologies that allegedly led to the incident and that it's impossible to reconcile this with the sun we thought we knew the FBI has opened a domestic terrorism case after finding the alleged shooter had compiled a target list containing religious institutions courthouses and other sites the trump campaign and the Republican Party are suing California over a new law requiring presidential and gubernatorial candidates to release their tax returns two lawsuits filed yesterday argue that the law is unconstitutional they say it violates the US constitution by creating an additional requirement to run for president and that the law disenfranchise voters by denying them the opportunity to vote for their chosen candidate the new law requires any candidate running for president or governor to release five years of recent returns to appear on the primary ballot in California a large film production facility in LA South Bay that's home base for the producers of avatar is changing hands Manhattan Beach studios has been sold to LA real estate firm Hackman capital partners for six hundred fifty million dollars according to the Los Angeles Times the twenty two acre facility is the headquarters for like house entertainment the company owned by filmmakers James Cameron and Jon Landau were responsible for avatar and its upcoming sequel Hackman is building something of a studio empire in southern California and there are some new wolf pops in northern California as the species builds on its foothold in the Golden State wildlife officials say at least three pups were born in April to the last and pack a group that's been roaming alasan implements counties in recent years the gray wolf is a native species in California but was haunted and poison to extinction by ranchers and others in the nineteen twenties about a decade ago though a lone wolf wandered into the state from Oregon and since then a couple of packs have emerged a major Sigler that you want to be aware of in the LA area if you're trying to make your way between downtown Los Angeles and Burbank this morning it's an Atwater village northbound.

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02:04 min | 2 years ago

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02:18 min | 2 years ago

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"He's afraid that talking to the media will lead to retribution from loud communist government, kunas Chinese tourists tend to only Chinese tour groups stay in Chinese run hotels and eat a Chinese run restaurants. Also. The minutes and people who stay it loud St. saying that he's afraid Tiny's immigrants take jobs away from Lao? People perspective on one of China's many construction projects around the world NPR's, actually, western thanks so much welcome. This is NPR news on this Friday. You are listening to morning edition here on KCRW. Federal prosecutors have charged judge Massachusetts retire court officer with interfering with an arrest. The two are accused of helping an undocumented migrant evade immigration officers and sneak out of a courthouse. We'll get the details. Coming up then later today to clock here on KCRW. Mitchell today treatment Clarita Neo star patents for the first time. You heard about the female asked me you asked me we met you lay. And I was convinced completely because I and to stood maybe was too young for the part as it was written in the script. But after discussing wisdom, a longtime enough to noon, I was a fool not to consider him as the Monte of the film. And by the end of the day. I knew it was no one knows you know, after that had to meet him to speak about the human. But I knew there would never be those choice. That's cleared a knee director of highlife on the treatment today. Two PM on KCRW. Major Sigler continues in Baldwin park. This is on the eastbound.

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02:00 min | 2 years ago

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"Out for nipsy hustles public memorial at Staples Center, which seats than twenty thousand people in downtown, Los Angeles, Terry Riley, traveled from Georgia. He doesn't have a ticket. But he says, it's okay, he's just here to honor the rapper and community activist move more than the celebrity. He was a true leader. You know, he led by ample he led by words. You know, he encourages all to do the same plenty of chances to pay respects along a plant twenty five mile funeral procession after the memorial service. Organizers are calling a victory lap through the south lay streets were hustle lived and worked for NPR news. I'm Emily Elena. Ducktail a suspect is under arrest in Louisiana in connection with recent fires at three churches west of Baton Rouge. A US attorney says the suspect is in state custody. Authorities will be holding a news conference later today. Nobody was injured in the fires. Each church is more than a century old with the predominantly black congregation. Each was vacant when the flames broke out the FBI is also involved in the investigation. The state's fire Marshall has described the fires has suspicious. I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington, and I'm Cheri Glazer on this Thursday. You are listening to KCRW good to have you here champ on those early morning freeways. Major Sigler continues downtown. Los Angeles, eastbound ten before Alameda, an injury crash where vehicle overturned only the right lane is open there as on the eastbound ten before Alameda. Meanwhile, in Rancho Cucamonga eastbound to ten at the I fifteen a big rig apparently collided with some sand barrels, and you can bet that's gonna take while to get that all cleaned up. That's eastbound to ten before the I fifteen westbound side, the Ninety-one getting busy as you make your way out of corona from the fifteen out past the seventy one up ahead in Yorba, Linda, west ninety one before cold cannon getting reports of stall there in sorretto sees ninety one before shoemaker, maybe another stone..

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02:16 min | 2 years ago

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06:40 min | 2 years ago

"major sigler" Discussed on KCRW

"Functioning maximum security prison. They couldn't have known when I had that first idea that would turn into two movies, and it would take years. That's right. Two movies a feature starring one inmate and a documentary made by fourteen others here. That's the document KCRW up of documentaries radio. Get it wherever fine podcasts are downloaded. A major Sigler in Orange County in Anaheim southbound five right around Euclid crash involving a big rig at one point. They had all lanes shut down. They have managed to reopen the right lane. But you are still seeing delays on that southbound five basically coming away from the ninety one meanwhile in Pomona westbound sixty pass Gary a wreck involving a big rig their Monrovia westbound to ten pass Myrtle a crash over to the right shoulder, sunny and breezy today. Highs in the fifties to mid sixties it's five zero seven. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm David Greene in Culver City, California. And I'm Steve Inskeep. In Washington DC, you can easily imagine the populist challenge that somebody might issue. The Federal Aviation Administration. You know, the sort of thing in here on talk radio or read on Twitter, if they think the seven thirty seven max eight is safe they should fly it well yesterday transportation secretary, Elaine Chao did the cabinet member who oversees the FAA took one from Austin to Washington DC. And. Safety is identified. Hartland and the FAA will not hesitate to take immediate and appropriate action. For now, the agency says the Boeing plane is safe even though many nations have grounded after two crashes in the last five months, let's bring in Peter Goltz. He was managing director of the National Transportation Safety board from nineteen ninety five to two thousand that is the federal agency that investigates crashes, and is helping to investigate the recent Ethiopian air crash, Mr. Charleston morning. Good morning safe. You feel you understand how the FAA would arrive at such a different conclusion than airline regulators in China and across Europe and a lot of other places. I think I do and and it's really a two part answer. The first is over the past decade. The FAA has really prided itself on being data driven organization that they don't make ad hoc decisions. They're not making decisions on anecdotal. Evidence that they are driven by the data and the second is they really have a close working and regulatory relationship with with Boeing and to this incident, the two carriers that fly the seven thirty-seven max American and south west have both stated that they have no concerns about the plane's safety southwest said they flown over forty one thousand flight operations without would that without serious problems. Okay. You said two things I wanna follow up on one as you said data driven. So what the FAA is looking at his so many apparently say flights, and we don't really know the cause of the crash. So why why act, but you also use that phrase regulatory relationship with Boeing is that entirely fitting, given the Boeing has such a commercial interest in the FAA's decisions here. Well, that's the question, isn't it? And there is the aviation system in the United States is really governed on a cooperative and Avala Terry relationship between the regulator and the those say the original equipment manufacturers. There are not enough inspectors on the payroll to really have a Gotcha oversight. So they cooperate very closely. And it's a relationship that and encourages the admittance of mistakes. It's a relationship that has given us a very great system. But in times like this, it's it's a relationship that certainly people question, are you telling me that to some extent, this is the honor system if Boeing says the plane is good American says the plane is good southwest says the plan is good the FAA only. Has limited capacity to challenge that they have they have inspectors that oversee it they have individuals, call designated representatives who were actually employees of the company, but for certain tasks, they are representing the FAA they do spot checks, and they do monitoring. But the reality is there's not an inspector at every corner of the of the shop or at every corner at the airport when these planes are flying Peter Goltz, do you have any doubts about the decisions? That regulators overseas have made out of what I guess we could call an abundance of caution. There've been a couple of crashes, so let's stop this plane for a while. And see what's going on? I have to say that that yesterday was the first time I started to really have concerns of myself because I've worked with the the British investigators and regulators I've also worked with the German investigators and. I have the highest regard for them. These are not folks that that you know, would make hap has your judgments. So I am concerned that that some of the finest regulatory investigative groups have now called for the grounding. When you say you're concerned. You don't mean you're concerned about the European regulators screwing up you're saying that you're beginning to be concerned about this airplane. I am beginning to be concerned about this airplane. Would you board a seven thirty seven max eight as plenty of people did just yesterday, including the secretary of transportation. I would do it. But I I continue to believe in the in the safety. But I would be I would be less than honest. If I said, I wouldn't be. A little nervous. Okay. Peter goltz. It's always a pleasure talking with you. Thank you so much. Thank you. Steve is now in aviation consultant, and is a former managing director of the National Transportation Safety board the agency which investigates transportation accidents in the United States and elsewhere..

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01:41 min | 2 years ago

"major sigler" Discussed on KCRW

"KCRW sponsors include Amazon prime video presenting this giant beast that is the global economy a new docu series from the director of the big stores. Kalpana explores the ways money affects everyone now streaming on prime video. Israel's attorney general is preparing a corruption indictment against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and this comes just a month before Israeli voters to the polls coming up you'll find out what indictment could mean for Netanyahu and for the country. President Trump and Kim Jong failed to make a deal in Vietnam for this particular. Visit we decided that we had to walk. The US secretary of state says the two sides could hold future meetings that story plus fallout from Michael Collins public testimony this afternoon on all things considered from NPR news. The latest news of the day weekdays at four thirty on KCRW. Well, some very good news from the CHP major Sigler has just wrapped up in the San Gabriel area. Eastbound ten Garfield at one point all lanes were shut down as they were dealing with a collision there. Everything's been moved over to the right shoulder. And again lanes have been reopened east ten at Garfield. Westbound side of the ten at Fairview earlier wreck excuse me fair. Plaques earlier wreck should be clearing there. In commerce north five at Washington Ghana wreck involving a pickup that's over to the right side. Going to be cloudy. Highs today from the fifties to the mid sixty s support for NPR comes from Greenway maker of luxury massage chairs from Japan with chassis point detection and.

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01:52 min | 2 years ago

"major sigler" Discussed on KCRW

"Going to open the borders to aid. You'll get the details. Coming up. KCRW? Sponsors include Universal Pictures, participant media. Andrine works pictures, presenting green book nominated for five Academy Awards, including best actor Vigo Mortenson best supporting actor Mahershala Ali and best picture now playing. Got a new Sigler to tell you about. This is coming in the Santa Fe springs area. Northbound six zero five at the fi- the right lane taken away there, and you are backed up coming away from about valley view. It stays heavy as you make your way up towards Garfield. And then once again from the seven ten into east LA interchange, major Sigler has been causing big problems in Granada hills east one eighteen at Woodley an overturned semi has had a couple of the middle lanes taken away there and serious backup to Puerto ranch. Looks like some folks may be using the water one as an alternate because it is extra heavy this morning from Soto as you make your way over towards the one seventy you're on that westbound ten Santa Monica freeway, a lot of company at this point from Normandy. As you make your way over to about national. Could be sunny, but on the cool side today with highs mostly in the sixties should be somewhat warmer tomorrow right now in Long Beach. It's forty seven degrees. Forty six in Santa Ana fifty in Palm Springs. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. And from the Andrew w Mellon foundation. Guided by the belief that the arts and humanities are essential to the well being of diverse and democratic societies. Learn more at Mellon dot org. And from K Buxbaum in supported the David Gilkey and zombie will tomato memorial fund established to strengthen NPR's commitment to training and protecting.

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