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"matthew garcia" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Downtown L A. It's 206. We're back on KNX in depth. Bronte by scan health plan calm. I'm like Simpson and I'm Charles Feldman. Eric Garcetti runs the second biggest city in the country. He's on the front line dealing with big policy areas like homelessness, health care, transportation, all and He was, by the way, the national co chair of Joe Biden's presidential campaign, so A combination of all of those skills sets plus car cities. Early endorsement of Biden made a Cabinet level job for Los Angeles is mayor seemed like a sure thing. With almost all of the top positions in the Biden administration already filled Carcetti finds himself on the outside looking in. So what swims wrong for the mayor? Carla Marinucci, senior writer of Politicos, California playbook, So, Carla, There's a lot of things that we've covered piece by piece here over the last few months, but maybe lay it out all together. For us. There is a lot of press that's not great concerning the mayor that's happened. Semi recently in the midst of a pandemic in the midst of the homeless crisis, and all told, did that kind of sour his prospects? Well, you know, Garcetti hasn't been tapped yet by the Biden administration, but many sources still tell politico that he may be likely still to get a significant role in the administration. Because Garcetti has been there for Biden for a long time, these administration poster going to a lot of Democrats who have played important roles as advisers of supporters, Sir Biden, who are trusted on key assignments, You mentioned the national Co chair of Biden's campaign. Remember, He was also on the VP vetting committee that helped determine Kamila Harris was gonna be the choice there. He's on the inaugural committee. So I think yes, uh, that this moment he hasn't been chosen and was passed over for secretary of Transportation, which I went to Pete. Good judge. A lot of people thought that would be the one But the fact is that there are still a few roles that people think could go to Garcetti as you mentioned, though, there's been some bumps in the road for him, not the least of which are some opponents to do any kind of job he might get in the bite administration. Black lives matter. Has been very, very vocal about their concerns with regard to police in L A and issues related to police brutality, and some of the labor and building trades. Unions have not been happy with Carcetti, but it comes to things like the green New deal. But I think Charles and Mike, One of the biggest problems he's got right now is the issue of a lawsuit that was recently filed by Matthew Garcia. That was a long time bodyguard with regard to his top aide, Rick Jacobs. See Suggestions are the Jacobs had been sexually harassing him and that Garcetti had turned a blind eye to this. This is a court hearing scheduled on Thursday. So this is right up in front as Garcetti is being looked at for some of these key role, you know, and I was going to say is, you know there are key roles And then there are key roles. Cabinet positions require Senate confirmation. Other roles might be significant, but don't require that it might there be a reason why if Garcetti is offered anything in the Biden administration It might not be one that requires Senate hearings and confirmation. Yeah, that's exactly what we're hearing that there's a very a possibility he could become AH, Climate change advisor that he's under consideration to service kind of an envoy. The U. S governors and mayors on the issue of climate change, where he's been very much in the in the lead on that we put in charge of the Navy is another post that we have heard that May he may be under consideration for and there is some talk that he may be considered for a zoo rolls ambassador in Mexico. As you know, he's hey is Hispanic. He's Italian, and he's Jewish, and he speaks fluent Spanish. So that's a role that would be in very important to California. The nation as a whole. Mexico being Leading trading partner. So yes, he one of these rolls, maybe hiss. They may not require Senate confirmation. It may not be exactly a Cabinet post its but a significant role is the way sources describe it to us. There's another politician in the state is having more of a rough go of it than he had before. That's the governor he has the Senate pick to make, does he Claw back some good press with that, or is there always gonna be somebody who's unhappy with who he doesn't pick? Gavin Newsom is at a very, very tough couple of months on this Senate pick is gonna make him friends, but enemies. Too many people feel that the front runner is secretary of state. Alex Videos was, of course from Southern California where you were, the governor needs some or contacts and needs two more support. And Latinos. Latino Caucus has been very, very strong in in backing Padilla for this, after all, Latinos are 40% of the state of California, the population and have never held the Senate seat in 170 years of state history. But Newsom is getting ah lot of pressure from African American women. We talked to Assembly woman, Shirley Weber, who said This is the moment that that that seat right now the Kamila Harris, a seat. Represents the on Lee seat in the U. S senate held by an African American woman, and that she must go to an African American woman they're suggesting and strongly endorsing Karen Bass or representative Barbara Lee appear in Northern California. So But there's no question there's a lot of attention over who is going to get the CD Equality California I should mention the LGBT advocacy group has strongly recommended Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia, who is both Latino, Asian Pacific Islander and LGBT..
"matthew garcia" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"I've been saying these for months they work and we need your help Governor Kevin Stitt requiring state workers to wear masks but so far not the general public, and with more than 10 20,000 Cove in 19 deaths, Texas is now second only to New York. There's encouraging news about another vaccine candidate, and it pushed the Dow to a record close soaring 470 points today, Modernist says preliminary data shows that it's vaccine could be 94, a half percent effective. Pentagon officials say they're expecting orders by the end of the week, which will reduce U. S troop levels in Iraq and Afghanistan to 2500 by mid January. You're listening to ABC News from California's capital City. This is Sacramento's news 93.1. Hey, FBK. I'm John Prine. Iz a 302 with your top local stories. California's halting its reopening plan to combat an upsurge in covert 19 cases, Governor Gavin Newsom said in a news conference today. 28 counties are moving back to the purple tear, and some counties will move multiple tears. Not just for example, yellow to orange orange to red, you will see some examples of counties moving from orange. Two Purple in the purple tear businesses are only allowed to operate at limited capacity Locally. They include Butte, Nevada, Eldorado, Plaster, Sutter, San Joaquin, YOLO and Yuba counties. Stanislas and Sacramento counties were already in the purple tear. Stockton man is facing felony child abuse charges in the death of his two year old infant son over the weekend. Stockton police say 24 year old Matthew Garcia remains in the San Joaquin County jail. The child was hospitalized for several days before he died of his injuries at the UC Davis pediatric ICU. No word on wind. Garcia will make his first court appearance and fulsome Mayor Sarah Aquino is under quarantine after testing positive for covert 19. Kino announced over the weekend that she had contact she had contracted the virus after coming into contact with a co worker who had it. She first learned that the co worker had covert 19 last Friday and got tested Saturday. In a statement, Aquino shared that she feels like she has a mild case of the flu. Traffic.
"matthew garcia" Discussed on HISTORY This Week
"History this week. September sixteenth nineteen sixty five I'm Sally Helm. The word had gone out through local deejays on Spanish language radio and through notices in the newspaper of the National Farmworkers Association. On Mexican Independence Day at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church. In Delano California. There's GonNa be a big meeting. Something important to discuss. So five hundred farmworkers and families have shown up. There sitting in pews and on balconies waiting to hear whatever there is to hear. Everyone knows that tensions are brewing in California's Central Valley about a week earlier of Filipino farm workers walked off the job. There led by a man named Larry IT Leong and they're protesting bad working conditions and low wages. There are a lot of Filipino American farm workers in Delano and the surrounding towns, but the majority of workers are Mexican and Mexican American. So if the strike is really gonNa work, these groups need to come together. And the striking Filipino workers have asked for support. They've come to the national farmworkers association. A group of mostly Mexican American workers led by Dolores, Huerta and Cesar Chavez. Chavez later said quote. Was Oh God, we're not ready for a strike. There was only about one hundred dollars in the bank to support striking workers, where to and Chavez, and other leaders Gilbert Padilla they've been organizing and preparing, but they thought they had more time. Now they have to make a decision and. quickly. So on September sixteenth. In Our Lady of Guadalupe. Church, they put it to a vote and the workers decide unanimously to strike. With that, a new phase begins in what will become a five year struggle on the farms where much of America's produce is grown. And, that struggle will reach far beyond the farms, two grocery stores in New York City and shipyards in London, and even the battlefront of the war in Vietnam. Today, how did a small group of activists organize a strike? And then expand that strike to a national boycott of grapes. And what can their work teach us about how to build a successful multi-ethnic movement? Thank you to homedepot dot com for supporting this episode of history this week, our producer Julie explored their collections of home decor and will tell us about her homedepot dot com purchases later on. So stick around. On September eleventh to won the world changed, but there were warning signs, it's always easy in hindsight to say a big mistake I'm Jim agreed I'm a reporter in the WNYC news room and I'll be revisiting the evidence to understand why we didn't see it coming I'm troubled even to this day that we miss something blind spot the road to nine eleven a new podcast series from history and WNYC Listen wherever you, get podcasts. Professor Matthew Garcia is an expert on labor movements and Latin history. He now teaches at Dartmouth. And when he was growing up, you would not find a grape in his household I love graves. didn't eat grapes growing up because I grew up as a good Mexican American southern California observing the great boycott. My family are Mexican Americans and my grandparents were farm workers, and so it was very conscious of the boycott. Garcia ended up studying this moment later in life an academic and he eventually did start eating grapes again but he never saw them the same way. Grapes are a strategy for social change and that was impressive to me and I felt like in all the history I learned I hadn't learned exactly how the boycott worked and how Cesar Chavez and Dolores Huerta and Gilbert Padilla, and all these people that I learned of since made it happen. Chavez and where the and Padilla and others did their work in California's Central Valley much of the country's produce is grown asparagus almonds, walnuts and Avocados citrus growing there, and of course. Grapes. Grapes were really popular and there was expanses large expanses of acres that you could grow on a almost like a plantation type setting many of the workers on these huge farms are Mexican American and they had deep groups in this region. Mexican people had been coming to the American southwest or ill North Bay to them before there was a line separating that area and so it is a kind of native lands in some ways. Farmers knew the land and how to work it. After Mexico's nineteen, ten revolution, many rural farmers were displaced by the tumult. And number of them moved north. They came north because it was familiar to them and they also came north because their labor was of great value to that. Virgin, Nina content they were recruited they were wanted and they really found themselves useful. They found themselves comfortable and so many of them state. By nineteen twenty at least seventy, five percent of farm workers in California were Mexican or Mexican American. Many also stoked the racist idea that these workers were biologically suited to difficult farm labor, which often involved stooping down close to the ground. Is the so-called short handled Ho it created incredible back pain and back problems because you're bent over the handle this short they presumed that Filipinos and Mexicans were biologically predisposed to using those instruments and so there's this way in which racism is built into the kind of technology that is imposed on workers to use in farming. Men Great Depression brought many poor white farmers to California anti Mexican sentiment really grew and between nineteen, twenty, nine and nineteen, thirty, nine, the US government began mass deportations repatriating Mexican Americans to Mexico. Even, though many of the people deported had been born in the united, states had never been to Mexico. But then in the nineteen forties will work to meant that there was a new shortage of labor on farms in California. and. So the Roosevelt Administration started something called the bracero program. It brought guestworkers from Mexico to the United States but these workers would only stay for a short period of time. They could be paid a lot less and that if they became a problem could be shipped back to Mexico this undercut the ability of Mexican Americans to organize unions because the growers could just go to the guest worker by the nineteen fifties and sixties other labor unions are well established across the US organizing miners, an auto workers and others, but farmworkers are a real bind. Labor laws don't protect them. The work is often short term and far-flung so it's hard to get organized. Plus the program means workers have even less bargaining power. But there is a real need for them to band together. Because farm workers are getting paid really badly and living conditions are often terrible shanties and. Structures, there was a lack of running water oftentimes, there is a lack of sanitation, but organizing has proved really tough. Until some new activists come on the scene..
"matthew garcia" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"I'm Melissa Barkley. Today marks the first day of the statewide mask mandate issued by Governor Evers just a reminder It does require people that wear face coverings indoors. But not with those you live with. Face coverings are also strongly recommended if you are outdoors, but you cannot maintain safe distancing. The order will expire September 28th. But there are a lot of big questions about how this mask mandate will be enforced Long after Governor Evers executive order was announced Thursday, requiring anyone at least five years old to wear face covering within a public indoor place. Sheriff's across the states, saying they will not investigate any complaints for possible violations. Over a dozen Everly statement, citing their reasons, ranging from a lack of resource is to properly and force to not wanting to question a person's medical conditions for not wearing one and seeing it as a constitutional overreach. One exemption is Sheboygan County who will use the mandate as an educational tool. To encourage people to wear a mask Esteem. Albert W. T. M J News Well, not the Brewers, Now the Brewers home opener fans expected yesterday. The major league Baseball season being tested as Corona virus continues to wreak average on the schedule. After two Cardinals players tested positive. The cruise home opener yesterday is postponed. Brewer's owner, Mark Attanasio, spoke with the media and said, it's going to take everyone pulling in the same direction to get thru the year. We have a lot of really smart people working on this number of committed Ares who wantto play through this, but everybody wants to play safely. If we're not smart and safe, then will fail. But you do everything we can not fail. 20% of the scheduled major league Baseball games are not played yesterday as a result of covert 19 map, Ali W T. M. J. Sport as of right now are brewers. Game Day. Coverage starts today at 5 35 just today, I snapped. That's the words of Matthew Garcia, the only Brewers fan who tailgated at Miller Park on Friday. That's what he tells team J News. He says that he wanted to do something that would be part of his normal summer routine. Braatz got.
"matthew garcia" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Long after Governor Evers executive order was announced Thursday requiring anyone at least five years old to wear face covering win in a public indoor place, sheriff's across the state, saying they will not investigate any complaints for possible violations. Over a dozen have released statement, citing their reasons, ranging from a lack of resource is to properly enforce to not wanting to question a person's medical condition for not wearing one and seeing it as a constitutional overreach. One exemption is Sheboygan County. In their statement, they said they will use the mandate as an educational tool to encourage people to wear a mask. And Milwaukee now in phase 4.1 of their moving forward plan. The changes made allow schools to offer in person classes with 50% capacity after their safety plan gets approved by the city's health department, bars and restaurants will remain a 50% capacity, but they will need a safety plan approved by September 15th. Mayor Tom Barrett says. It's about slowing the spread of covert 19. If people are working with us, and if they're doing what they can help us reduce this part of the disease. That's what's going to be more powerful than anything Gyms and athletic center Open with restrictions on how many people could be there. An employee at a sicko gas station in Sheboygan killed after being struck by a vehicle Friday afternoon. Police say it took place just after 1 30 near 14th and Jefferson as the employee was assessing equipment on the parking lot. No one else was injured and the driver of the vehicle remained on scene. One person is dead after they were shot and dragged by a vehicle on Milwaukee's Northside Friday morning. Please say the 49 year old Milwaukee woman was one of two people shot near 27th and Atkinson, a 28 year old Milwaukee man expected to survive just today, I snapped. Through the words of Matthew Garcia, the only Brewers fan who tailgated in a Miller park parking lots. Friday. He tells team J for news. He wanted to do something that would be part of its normal summer routine..
"matthew garcia" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Be enforcing it? Not long after Governor Evers executive order was announced Thursday requiring anyone at least five years old to wear face covering within a public indoor place. Sheriff's across the states, saying they will not investigate any complaints for possible violations. Over a dozen have released statement, citing their reasons, ranging from a lack of resource is to properly enforce to not wanting to question a person's medical condition for not wearing one and seeing it as a constitutional overreach. One exemption is Sheboygan County. In their statement, they said they will use the mandate as an educational tool to encourage people to wear a mask. And Milwaukee now and face 4.1 of their moving forward plan. The changes made allow schools to offer in person classes with 50% capacity after their safety plan gets approved by the city's health department, bars and restaurants will remain a 50% capacity, but they will need a safety plan approved by September 15th. Mayor Tom Barrett says. It's about slowing the spread of covert 19. If people are working with us, and if they're doing what they can to help us reduce this part of the disease. That's what's going to be more powerful than anything. Gyms and athletic centers can We open with restrictions on how many people could be there. An employee at a sicko gas station in Sheboygan killed after being struck by a vehicle Friday afternoon, police say, took place just after 1 30 near 14th and Jefferson as the employee was assessing equipment on the parking lot. No one else was injured and the driver of the vehicle remained on scene. One person is dead after they were shot and dragged by a vehicle on Milwaukee's Northside Friday morning, police say. The 49 year old Milwaukee woman was one of two people shot 27th and Atkinson 28 year old Milwaukee man expected to survive just today, I snapped. Good words of Matthew Garcia, the only Brewers fan who tailgated in a Miller Park parking lot. Friday. He tells teams for news. He wanted to do something that would be part of its normal summer routine broads and.
"matthew garcia" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Hard for the intervenors thank you Mister Harrison counsel for the New Mexico legislative council service good afternoon your honor Tom nasco on behalf of the New Mexico legislative comes thank you Mr nasco Kelso for the governor Michelle lu Han Grisham good afternoon your honor Matthew Garcia for governor Michelle lu Han Grisham incident minutes Jonathan glass thank you Mr Garcia Kelso for the Democratic Party of New Mexico good afternoon Gretchen Elsner Elsner line policy on behalf of the Democratic Party of New Mexico thank you Michelle counsel for the Libertarian Party of New Mexico good afternoon your honor Stephen peak Curtis for the Libertarian Party of New Mexico thank you Mr Curtis mia quickly review the time allotments for argument of course the settlements might be extended depending on the questions from the court for the petitioners county clerks have responded secretary state I understand if you're twenty minutes you're going to use five for opening all the intervenors Republican Party county clerks to legislators will then be next they have twenty minutes they will be followed by the interested parties who each have five minutes I will argue in the following order first will be the Legislative Council five minutes governor of New Mexico five minutes Libertarian Party of New Mexico five minutes Democratic Party of New Mexico five minutes following the interested parties then the petitioners and respondent will be given fifteen minutes from the bottom and I understand Mister.
"matthew garcia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The past seventeen years as the music director of the royal opera house Covent Garden and he's also been electrifying his audiences as the music director of the Old Testament del academia Nacional de de Sumpter chia in Rome and throughout all this success surround Tony remains passionately committed to the future of classical music to could you tell me your investing in the young and it's your sixtieth birthday this year so a very very Happy Birthday to you thank you John well Tony your in the middle of a tour with the national youth orchestra of the USA now this orchestra is made up of players between the ages of sixteen and nineteen and they come from all across the United States and Tony although you were born in London with a sneer and to a tendon parents you actually moved to the United States with your family as a teenager exactly the same sort of age or perhaps a little bit younger than everyone who's here can you actually remember how you felt making music at that time I remember at the age of thirteen I wasn't particularly good already for three years I've been playing piano for my father's voice students so that part of my life gave me quite a broad spectrum of knowledge when it came to the voice but I really wasn't that great a piano player but I got good later after I moved to America but when I see these young people in this orchestra it does make me think of myself at that age but it said I didn't go to Conservatorium I didn't I somehow was somewhat isolated so I I have to say that there's a certain amount of frankly MD that I didn't have the experience that these kids are having well we've got we're delighted to say eight of the oak street here with us right now hi I am Sasha her I'm from Philadelphia and I play the cello hi I am I read concilio I'm from Lisle Illinois and I play the violin hi I'm Phoebe run I'm from Seattle Washington and I play the flute hi jury lane and I'm a violinist from Colorado springs Colorado hi I am exist of hollow I'm from Casper Wyoming and I play the cello hi I'm Roger content of fuels from Boston Massachusetts hi Matthew Garcia and I am a violist ranch in Texas hi my name is Jacob I am a percussionists from Orlando Florida so even with just eight there's a huge variety of distance geographically and places and all sorts of different things to talk about now you've been performing together on this tour so far in New York in Tanglewood which is in the Boston in Berlin and you were at the Edinburgh international festival and at the B. B. C. problems which is the world's biggest music festival jewelry are you finding I'm loving it this is the first time I've played in an orchestra of the scale to be able to play in an orchestra comprising musicians from as big a nation as America it's just a massive selection and it's such an honor to be chosen as one of the lucky few Roger if it's an honor to be chosen I think I'm right in saying that your almost the veteran here your nineteen years old and have the old man the only straight out that's that's the maximum age isn't it is yeah so was it a long journey getting here to this orchestra it has been yeah getting into and why it's been a long dream and it's amazing to finally get here into out of all places be able to play the BBC proms the concert house the concert about it's really an honor and Jacob known you play the timpani and the country yes Sir well I was a very very very long time ago the caution plates and also like you I walls also which you are now a budding conductor what do you feel you've got from being with certain Tonia in the last few days the last few weeks yes one of things that particular enjoyed is feeding off of his energy because it's very often to work with the conductor where you physically see them but it's hard to emotionally connect with them and I wanted things are issues the fact that you're able to find this energy inside of you and and bring out with the ensemble and when you're trying to communicate with someone you don't have to say verbally but instead you can communicate through your body into and through you know various motions and allow us to portray the music in a way that allows almost a truly enjoy it I think you've got a question to ask surrendering yes I do you talked a little bit about your background and piano and I'm wondering from there when you started getting more serious about music how you got into conducting or if it was something that you would always been interested in conducting for me was never an ambition my ambition for myself and what how my father so my career going his wish for me was that I become the world's greatest accompanist at the piano you know when I went to work at the New York City Opera as a pianist reserve rehearsal pianist I worked with some singers their who set up but you play the piano like an orchestra you play the the operas so symphonic clean certain when is it you've got to conduct this is what he's talking about whole idea of conducting the idea of standing in front of you know a hundred people and the idea of having authority was for me something that was so beyond scary but others imagined it for me and I started conducting it will I was awful but I did see that if I worked with the orchestra by coach the oaks of the way I coach the singers that I could be myself and I didn't have to be this fake figure of authority I think authority is something that at least to me as for a conductor is how good a musician you are really of course if you're really good musician then you can stand up in front of people and say now it has to be you know let's go this way let's you know you can guide things in a certain direction but the orchestra every musician in the orchestra must feel that you have a real command of or a knowledge of how music works you know how everybody in the orchestra fits into the fabric that is Castro music find out how everybody actually discovered classical music service double session my parents always really like classical music for always grew up listening to it and they actually signed me up for piano lessons when I was five but I think I really like hi my own break through when I was in eighth grade when I heard Jacqueline.
"matthew garcia" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Greedy say the key drill. Because they want to fight the fire fake you fake or sadness all around the world and. Here in Chicago from people who used to live in Paris, and who have visited Notre Dom Eric Marie lives in Chicago. He grew up in Paris. It is Paris. It's like if you asking what he's our. I mean Notre Dame de full tower, and I'll do twelve you take that away. You don't really recognize Peres? He says his mother's residence is still within walking distance of the cathedral Chicago's cardinal blaze soup, which is praying for the people of Paris after the fire the big fire yesterday a big hit to Catholics around the world. Especially pitch says Notre Dame has been a symbol of faith in porta to the people of France for century. He says the cathedral will reach for the heavens. Again, a trial of a man accused of murdering a seven-year-old girl in Chicago's north Austin neighborhood in twenty twelve is now underway WTN to Andrea darlas reports. Opening statements were delivered yesterday Giral Dorsey is charged in the murder of heaven Sutton who was shot in front of her home near a candy candystand in the seventeen hundred block. Of north Luna as she played with other children. Witnesses testified to men came out of gangway and one started shooting. Police say in all fifteen bullets were fired one hitting heaven in her back. She died about an hour later. Police say the gunman was firing at rival gang members. When she was hit. Andrea darlas WGN news exhibit dented body pulled from Joaquin harbor last week as a teenage boy who went missing in January after jumping into Lake Michigan to save a friend. Matthew Garcia's body was recovered from the water on Thursday, sixteen year old drowned after leaping into the lake off Waukegan municipal beach to help a friend who had fallen in the friend was rescued from the water big donation.
"matthew garcia" Discussed on KOMO
"In charlottesville virginia chance by white nationalist that emancipation park last night police so forty to fifty demonstrators gathered to protest a judge's ruling this past summer to allow the removal of a robbery robert e lee monument from the park a white nationalist rally in august turned deadly in charlottesville when a man drove his car into a crowd of counter demonstrators killing one woman charlottesville police say saturday night's rally was brief without any disorders i'm michelle franzen abc news stay connected stay informed this is komo news this is twenty four seven news on komo news i'm paul jackson and wherever delhi has been arrested on allegations of rape this happened in auburn after show friday night the woman accuses the rapper whose real name is cornell hayes of assaulting her on his tour bus what was in a parking lot of a local walmart police are you there was enough evidence to make an arrest emily was booked to the jail early saturday morning then released in a statement his attorney calls allegations completely fabricated and devoid of credibility deputies are questioning two teenagers about a brush fire the fred the neighborhood and graham investigators say the fourteen and fifteen euros haven't been arrested they live near the spot where the fire started friday afternoon now flames came within a few feet at the homes of matthew garcia darren inside there the fire families who.
"matthew garcia" Discussed on KOMO
"And sewage districts of the city of bellingham health officials confirm long leg has been hit by a toxic bluegreen algae because sap son says the public should avoid all contact with long leg duda elevated levels of the toxic bacteria the origins of a brushfire to threaten the neighborhood ingraham friday raising suspicion fire investigators question of fourteen and fifteen euro who live near where the fire started that fire moved close to the home of matthew garcia volatile the sad kumble out over the golan lower as a hose area garcia and his family evacuated with others in the neighborhood rain helped douse the fire everyone is back home safely this morning a forty one yearold tacoma woman pleads guilty to placing a bomb under the car of someone she believed to be a police niche the device exploded blasting hold vehicle and scattering debris through elp a neighboring yards one was injured court documents say between august and october 2016 kenny joe bennett became convinced that the victim was providing information to authorities about her drug trafficking activities and recruited someone to help her blow up the victim's car bennett sentencing is set for early next year he will spend the rest of his life in prison that's the sentence handed down to ann arbor and man who tortured then killed his girlfriend's 18yearold autistic son comost carleen johnson file this report at the can't regional justice center the state of washington versus matching christiansen caused matthew christensen was convicted back in august the 45 the like lead never see freedom again sentences sixty five years in prison for homicide by abuse and other charges for also torturing the younger brother 18yearold otto smith and his brother jonathan spent four months basically being imprisoned and tortured by christian who met their mother on craigslist and santos told the judge what the defendant did this such a vulnerable young man is hard to comprehend there were moments in this cloud that no one will likely forget several members of the jury were here at sentencing today one told me the mothers should be locked up too because she allowed the abuse she stuck up said no on on the judge agreed with prosecutors to that exceptional sentences 65 years as defense attorney said they will appeal at the retail justice center in kent carleen johnson come on is on the road be aware the.
"matthew garcia" Discussed on KOMO
"There is no deal yet and democrats are against block grants that were in the last version of an obamacare repeal on north korea who refused to clarify his calm before the storm comment earlier this week it was asked about a tweet today on the one thing that would work with north korea all the reports the chief of staff general john kelly is on a happy president trump says kelly tells him he loves the job more than anything he's ever done mr trump now on his way to republican fundraiser in north carolina outer rain bands of hurricane nate or hitting the coast of mississippi in alabama the category one storms potential again stronger as it moves over the coast later tonight forecasters say chuck's iverson abc news stay connected stay informed this good afternoon from the komo twenty four hour news center i'm jeff pohjola here's what we're following threetime grammy winner nelly has been arrested here in washington state down in auburn accused of assaulting a woman now the woman accuses the rapper whose real name is cornell haines of raping her on his tour bus now hours before the alleged assault nelly posted a video to facebook asking his fans to come fine him to win tickets were these in the parking lot of a local walmart where the incident allegedly took place police arrested in early this morning however nilis attorney calls the allegations completely fabricated president trump not offering any clarification on his cryptic comments that he made to reporters earlier this week possibly referring to coming military action abc's gloria riviera has the story might has as yet to fully explained the president's cryptic comments last week regarding a calm before the storm that is how he referenced his meeting with tottenham lataria leaders at the white house abc news the president and the press secretary to clarify these comments come amid escalating tensions with north korea and the administration's expected decertification nuclear deal with iran lawyer are abc news washington deputies were questioning two teenagers about a brush fire that threaten the neighborhood and graham investigators say the fourteen and fifteen year olds have not been arrested but they do live near the spot where the fire started yesterday afternoon flames came dangerously close to some houses matthew garcia evacuated erin and firing gave the fire another brush fire is out today rain overnight help with some of the hot spots families who evacuated are now back home a long time at seattle sports radio talk.
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"The komo twenty four hour news center line jeff pohjola the rapper nelly has been arrested in auburn on allegations of rape this happens down near auburn is after a show last night the woman accusers the robber whose real name is cornell haines of assaulting her on his tour noor bus while it was in the parking lot of a local walmart police earlier was enough evidence to make an arrest in new delhi was booked into jail early this morning in a statement his attorney calls the allegations completely fabricated and devoid of credibility meanwhile president trump not offering any clarification on his cryptic comments will be made reporters earlier this week president possibly referring to coming military action if gloria riviera has more from washington the white house has yet to fully explain the president's cryptic comments last week regarding a calm before the storm that is how he referenced his meeting with top military leaders at the white house abc news press the president and the press secretary to clarify these comments come amid escalating tensions with north korea and the administration's expected decertification of the nuclear deal with iran lawyer their abc news washington deputies are questioning two teenagers about a brush fire that threatened the neighborhood and graham yesterday investigators say the fourteen and fifteen year olds have not been arrested the do live near the spot where the fire started the flames came within a few feet of some homes matthew garcia evacuated side inside the fire now rush far is out this morning rain helped with the hospitals overnight families who evacuated are now back home a long time seattle spoke radio host is announced he's no longer with the station after he entered an alford plea on a charge of patronizing a prostitute mitch believe he who is the host for years on cage aar sports radio says his twenty three year tenure is now officially over the times says court records show that levy of bellevue thursday entered a plea on a misdemeanor charge almost six weeks after he was arrested during an undercover prostitution staying in the offered plea he does not admit guilt but acknowledges that there is sufficient evidence for conviction if the case where to go to trial he was sentenced to two years.
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"Radio sports talk host here in seattle no longer has a job mitch levy says his twenty three years on the air it k jr is officially over this comes after he edited alford plea this week on a charge of patronizing a process the toot sale time says levy was arrested during an undercover prostitution sting in bellevue six weeks ago on thursday he was sentenced to two years of probation alford meat and alford plea means that he does not admit guilt but acknowledges there is sufficient evidence for a conviction the origins of a brush fire threatened to dave hooded graham yesterday's raising suspicion fire investigators are talking to a 15yearold any 14yearold who live near where it started the fire moved close to the home of matthew garcia so i went to the said come barreling out over the the lawnmower twohove daria heresy and his family evacuated with others in the neighborhood rain helped douse the fire everyone is back home this morning komo news time is now thirty four coming out what's with all the truckers on strike will explain coming up in just a moment first let's check aaa traffic every ten minutes off john nelson pull collusion 169 northbound at four hundred street in enumclaw using froth getting cleared out of the roadway with a collision involving a car in a motorcycle through ignorance who tricked there a collision on the shoulder highway 18 westbound a warehouse away still distraction left wave vita appears shut down for the weekend and i5 picking up the slack looking at some heavy traffic northbound i 5 from west seattle bridge through the convention center next report at nine forty four i'm john nelson komo news seth wayne has leather mostly cloudy skies dominate the weather forecaster daytoday skies well yeah they're going to remain cloudy through the evening hours as well showers are likely not only through the morning but into the afternoon and evening with those temperatures in the up per 50s be in the upper 40s overnight and early tomorrow morning at skies turned sunny by tomorrow afternoon i'm seth wayne in the komo weather center at the moment we got some scattered clouds of the area and fifty two in downtown seattle komo news time is nine thirty five in a.
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"To follow the events again london as more details become available but we do know that several people were hurt after a vehicle ploughed into a crowd of pedestrians one person has been detained we do not know yet if this was a terror attack we'll have more information for you as soon as we get it meanwhile president trump not offering any clarification on cryptic comments made to reporters earlier this week the president possibly referring to coming military action abc's gloria riviera has more from washington the white house has yet to fully explained the president's cryptic comments last week regarding a calm before the storm that is how he referenced his meeting with top military leaders at the white house everything is press the president and the press secretary to clarify these comments come amid escalating tensions with north korea and the administration's expected decertification of the nuclear deal with iran lawyer with your abc news washington closer to home deputies question two teenagers about a brush fire that threaten the neighborhood graham investigators say the fourteen and fifteen year olds have not been arrested they live near the spot where the fire first started yesterday afternoon flames came within a few feet of some homes maria are matthew garcia evacuated bear iran side they're the fire now the brush fires out this morning rain helped with a hot spots overnight families who were evacuated are now back home a judge sentenced to nineteen year old who admitted to try to record women in the locker room of the ballard pool two one day in jail rory carlsson will also have to register as a sex fenner spent twenty nine days doing work release and community service in court on friday he gave a tearful apology nizar my coworkers friendship choice the you had me officials say carlsson admitted to hiding a cellphone in the.
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"Four hour news center by jeff pohjola here's what we're following for this saturday morning the seventh of october two thousand seventeen president trump not offering any clarification on cryptic comments he made reporters earlier this week president possibly referring to coming military action abc's glory riviera with more from washington the white house has yet to fully explained the president's cryptic comments last week regarding a calm before the storm that is how he referenced his meeting with top military leaders at the white house abc news press the president and the press secretary to clarify these comments come amid escalating tensions with north korea the administration's expected decertification of the nuclear deal with iran larry are abc news washington deputies were questioning two teenagers about a brush fire that threatened the neighborhood grandma investigators say the 1450 you'd girls have not been arrested they live near the spot where the fire started friday afternoon flames came within a few feet of some homes matthew garcia was evacuated erin inside the fire the brushfires out this morning rain helped with a hot spots overnight families who were evacuated are now back home a judge said it's is a nineteen year old who admitted to trying to record women in the locker room of the ballard pool two one day in jail rory carlsson have to after registers of sex veterans but twenty nine days going to work release and community service in court on friday he gave a tearful apology go workers friendship trust officials say carlsson admitted to hiding a cell phone and the female staff locker room with ballard pool last march and other fire near clear alum is threatening twenty homes in those families have been ordered to get out the tian away river fire started friday afternoon it's grown of two hundred fifty acres and evacuation shelter opened that the mercer creek church in ellensburg a longtime seattle radio talk show host announces he's no longer with the station after he entered it alford plea on a charge of patronizing a prostitute former mid morning show host and fifty yearold mitch.
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"Two years probation a boys and girls club installers counties losing money and patients because someone keeps vandalizing their vans couples gade cohen has more on the effect is having on the kids who is in girls club the fleet driving their mission forward cycles eight and out of the law ir olive our van direct for mercy volmer and a 150 kids rely on their six fans to get around safely and on time we need to now japanese ran from take cut hence marci's frustration house was right under this week mercy staff found that gasline on one of their fans cart at a garden hose shoved inside i have sam they were just letting a gaffe spell out until some third a container repair and refill for the tank cost them almost two hundred dollars why would somebody did at staff and to care they must be really got spray but now marci's desperate to because they found it cut gas line at least six times is here plus someone's site the now gas at least a dozen other times they are now working that means i can't yet to wear i need to be at this point mercy's patience is running on empty we would get them how we would help them stop in selma escape cohen come on man is charged with firstdegree murder after cop say he bragged about the deadly shooting to several people police say abel linares mateo shot edison velez quiz last month after blessed quiz was lured outside by his ex girlfriend ana kasporov a was also charge with murder this week deputies are questioning two teenagers about a brush fire that threatened the neighborhood and graham investigators say the fourteen and fifteen year olds haven't been arrested they live near the spot where the fire started friday afternoon flames came within a few feet of some homes matthew garcia evacuated erin inside with i gave the fire brush fires out today rain help with a hot spots families who were evacuated are back home tonight now they find nuclear alum right now is threatening twenty homes knows those families of in order to get out the tian away river fire started friday afternoon it's grown now two hundred and fifty acres evacuation shelters open at the mercer creek church in ellensburg just as the weather is becoming more fall like an temperatures dropping some kids in the kids school district got some new witter coach for free it's part.