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Fresh update on "orange county" discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

01:17 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "orange county" discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"I mean look you know this is going to be an interesting project because you know both both of these projects that are being done in mission valley and now the sports arena are going to be at least for san diego. It's going to be a first where it's a real high density mix of residential office and entertainment and entertainment that brings in big crowds. So you know. I look at I think the original plan was going to be more in line with what petco turned out to be right. Where the for those of you that have been to petco. You know the surrounding condo buildings that surround petco those unit sell for nine hundred thousand a door. You know seven hundred thousand doors. So they're not. There's nothing affordable that really is around petco per se. There is especially when you think about like. I've a friend that lives in one of those buildings and goes nikon right. Yeah and they can see the bella park from from the balconies and it's it's a really cool building but that's part of the draw is i basically you can go to the roof in wash up being you can get your on the roof of a building block away kind of see the game. You can see it right right from from their outside area so so you know. This is going to be interesting now. Orange county around angel stadium. They they have a lot of residential. That butts right up to it. But it's not on the site so it'll be interesting to see how they handle. You know the combination of you know a big concert one night and living in a residential neighborhood you know well i could just going to be a high density residential neighborhood. So i'm kinda interested to see how they do the urban planning aspect of that to buffer that. I can tell you this. When the chargers used to play at a friend that lived in mission valley and not far. And i swear you could not make it to your her house when the chargers played. Yeah because the parking and we forget that charges on planes in eagles for a little while and we haven't had any big games that stadium. Well now it's gone. But like you know the i remember trying to her place in college and like being completely unable to make down the street because not only the parking obsolete gone on every side street and natural in that area but the traffic was so bad. You could make your home so are you wonder like how they're gonna handle that. It's going to be interesting. I mean i've i've been fortunate enough to be. I've gone to a lot of events in california at different places. I've been to the rose bowl. And you know the rules will in pasadena has a lot of residential wrench your la girl shove as ravined where the dodgers play. That's an echo park or silverlake echo park. I think so so. That's in like that's part of a pretty dense neighborhood. So this'll be interesting that they're going to build a neighborhood around. What is like isolated land for a public event. Same with santa barbara. The bowl is built into the riviera. So there's residential all around that. So they have to shut that venue down like it doesn't go on after ten and they only allow the volume. You know only so high. So that's really interesting too when you see shows there that everyone is like if you've never been there. It feels a little quieter than mike if you went to dodger stadium or or a big stadium show. You're like wow that kind of quiet around here now..

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The Bidens attend wedding of nephew and "Real Housewives" star

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last week

The Bidens attend wedding of nephew and "Real Housewives" star

"President Biden has watched his nephew get married before returning to the White House after spending the weekend at their Delaware home the president and First Lady venture to his sister's house about a dozen miles away in Pennsylvania for the wedding of cough in sandy Megan o'toole Kate always uses the son of the president sister Valerie king starred on the real housewives of Orange County and it shared a picture of her and wins last month on Instagram writing meet my man she was previously married to baseball all star Jim Edmonds Sager mag ani

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Los Angeles Vaccine Mandate Now in Effect and Jennifer Horn Won't Stand For It

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:33 min | Last week

Los Angeles Vaccine Mandate Now in Effect and Jennifer Horn Won't Stand For It

"Bad. Santa phone welcome back whammo blam oh zab whammo of the blam. Oh how are we doing this fine. What what day is it today. Wednesday wins it's wednesday day. Are we doing well. You know what things are a little tough here in la. I'm fully on strike. I just started my strike about four and a half ago Yeah well the city of los angeles has now voted to make sure that people without vaccine status without you won't be able to go indoors anywhere. Basically without showing papers that means restaurants gyms movie theaters nail salons. And you know how. I like to get my. You're wrong you're wrong. You just have to go to the french laundry exactly now you the french laundry. Easy peasy but this is a pretty in fact a very significant change for la city not to be confused with la county orange county the rest of the state. Some of them are still experiencing little bits of freedom but la city. And that's where. I live in the city of los angeles Says no more. If you don't prove your vaccine status you can't go anywhere. And i gotta tell you says nothing to do with the vaccine. We could argue all day long about whether it's right or wrong vaccinated unvaccinated. If you don't stand up for freedom right now you might as well say goodbye for it. So i am not going to any place starting immediately. That requires me to show them. This is the point. It's a matter of

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EXPLAINER: What's happening with the California oil spill?

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last week

EXPLAINER: What's happening with the California oil spill?

"Oil has been washing up on southern California beaches all week since a leak in an underwater pipeline sent thousands of gallons of heavy crude into ocean waters this bill has filed the sands of Huntington beach and could keep some beaches closed for weeks or longer crude also washed into Talbert Marcia sensitive wetland it has been spotted down the Orange County coast as far as Dana point with tar balls reported as far south as Carlsbad in San Diego county it's still a mystery exactly how much is spilled the Coast Guard estimates between twenty five thousand and one hundred and thirty two thousand gallons cleanup crews and investigators are on the scene researchers say the impact on wildlife will take a while to understand crude oil components can linger beneath the ocean's surface and affect tiny organisms that are ingested by fish which are later eaten by birds marine mammals and people I'm Ben Thomas

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As California frantically works to clean oil spill, advocates say the damage is already done

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 weeks ago

As California frantically works to clean oil spill, advocates say the damage is already done

"And oil spill off of Orange County southern California could keep beaches and fishing they're closed for weeks respondents have doubled their efforts to clean up an oil spill off of Huntington beach according to U. S. Coast Guard captain Rebecca or we have a fleet of boats out there that are using containment boom to isolate that oil and collected and what we call scammers the suspected pipeline leaks at a hundred and twenty six thousand gallons of heavy crude into the ocean waters following the sands from Huntington to Laguna beach and heading southward environmentalists had feared that will might devastate birds and marine life that Michael's a Carty he's a veterinarian with the oiled wildlife care network said only four birds have been found so far amplify energy operates three oil platforms and the sixteen inch pipeline suspected in the league we have isolated one specific area of significant interest we

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Major oil spill off Southern California fouls beaches

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

Major oil spill off Southern California fouls beaches

"A major oil spill off the coast of southern California shuts down beaches kills wildlife and cancels an air show at least a hundred and twenty six thousand gallons of oil spilled into the waters off aren't county areas along the coastline were closed for miles around Huntington beach pier Orange County supervisor Katrina Foley calls it an ecological disaster and says a petroleum stench permeates the air I feel like I might drink oil if you get this taste in your mouth just from the vapor in the air she says the oil slicks look like pancakes on the water and it's already killed fish and birds and harm the wetlands the cause of the spill is being investigated I'm Julie Walker

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Who is Dr. Jeff Barke?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:01 min | 3 weeks ago

Who is Dr. Jeff Barke?

"Talk about the truth. Let's talk about science with one of the few doctors who's out there telling the truth about what we need to know about. Covert therapeutics boston. Vaccines welcome to america. First one on one. It's dr jeffrey balki. Board thirty five primary care physician. Welcome dr to one on one so great to be with you. Thanks so much for having me on. Well we had you on the radio show a week ago. It was super. It was too short. So we've already invited you back for a one on one discussion for those who missed the interview on the radio show and who haven't heard of you before. Just by way of introduction. Who are you what do you do. And what is our ex liberty our expert liberty is my website sev- where people can go and learn more about me. I've got a newsletter that i put out every couple of weeks naked subscribed it out by the way i recently started. A podcast. informed dissent the intersection of healthcare in politics and that can be found at in armed descent media dot com. I'm a primary care physician board-certified. I've been in private practice for over twenty five years i've served as an assistant professor at uc irvine. I've also served as a board member at the orange county medical association and in my spare time. I work as a tactical physician role local law enforcement agency emily last year. I started a charter school. A hillsdale affiliated republic charter school in the city of orange here in southern california but my day job is treating patients that i've treated literally hundreds and hundreds of cova patients successfully by instituting early treatment with many of our repurpose medications. That were really well. You can get visions early

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4.3 Magnitude Earthquake Shakes Southern California

Saturday Morning Update with Rick Fowler

00:33 sec | Last month

4.3 Magnitude Earthquake Shakes Southern California

"Night, still rattling some nerves here, mostly because of the flaring that's going on at the marathon Petroleum refinery. The fireballs coming through the refinery, also saying, This is the normal safety procedures burning off the excessive gas right after the earthquake. 4.3 magnitude epicenter less than a mile east southeast of the city of Carson, one of the car dealerships, right Here by the refinery, saying, Oh, they felt it alright, describing it as a rolling feeling building up to a strong, powerful jolt, maybe about five seconds and that was it, but it was filled from Ventura County all the way down to Orange County, Fox News said. Last ghost in sports the Nats blowing

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Can Larry Elder Close the Deal in the California Recall?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:16 min | Last month

Can Larry Elder Close the Deal in the California Recall?

"Or how does it but he does it. The the constantly in motion always passionate articulate. Larry elder larry have voted for you. My whole family went on Let's see us at friday was friday. We went to a poll polling station where we live. You were the eighth the eighth you had a scroll down eight times to get to larryelder. Wow i think dennis it's different Ballot ordering in different districts. Sometimes i'm at the top in the middle. Sometimes it's about him. It depends on on what district you live in. I'm gonna. I know how i can prove to. You have voted. As long as i know you. I know you have a middle. Initial trite stanford allen. Yeah mike like you're like your like your producer. Now you think your parents knew that that would happen. there was great. So you showed up at this Terrific event of Of run by My station your station. The local one we run many stations but the local la station a huge sold out event in orange county and a assume the audience went nuts. When you came in they did it quite reception. I was very pleased. Well for good reason. I mean there is a tremendous amount of love for you. Not just support of and in the political sense but love admiration. It's it's a big deal and What's your latest thinking on on the on the part that really counts the recall of newsom. Well dennis they've been pouring a lot of money into it So far at least seventy five million dollars. We suspect closer to one hundred million dollars. For all set and done and barack obama coulda commercial for him and bernie sanders coda commercial for him and senator warren's kind of commercial island joe biden is here today to campaign on his behalf so they throwing a lot of lumber at me

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What Needs To Happen for Newsom To Get Recalled?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:15 min | Last month

What Needs To Happen for Newsom To Get Recalled?

"So let's just go through. If if gavin newsom gets recalled what would be the areas that have to do that. You'd have to have kind of the gay base in san francisco not turn out right. I'm not saying that pejoratively. It's just what it is right. You have to have the hispanic hispanic base in kind of la not turn out right and then you need to have a suburban one one eighty right. You need to have kind of the westwood yoga. Moms and the brentwood won't yoga moms. I mean and kind of like the pasadena. Professors be like not going to happen. And the reason i'm saying this though is that this really isn't uphill climb in california. You need like five different domino's to fall on my right. Yeah that that's a very realistic. I mean it's. It's good that we do that with viewers and listeners be realistic. It is a very steep hill to climb but the things you just mentioned we did see possible which is why it was close in. La for instance. Fifty one percent of hispanics told us in l. a. that were going to vote You know he should. He should trounce The opposition in la should eat at least thirty points out of there. Are we not seeing that. In the reason. Why is because a lot of the people who did tillis they were gonna vote. Were anti newsom. So outside in the county around ventura the suburbs. You was not doing well. And then you had san diego. For instance where if sandiego was a bigger margin for no or for Yes to recall him then. Probably means orange county would've been a little bit wider and it may have been a lead for a minute there but san diego was not as pro recall as we expected it to be or it needs to be so there are definitely five. Domino's maybe even more that you need to see fall of that white liberal base which is that bay area He needs to more inland hispanics for sure Central valley hispanics the working hispanic in the central valley. They tend to be more conservative in they do. And they're getting more conservative of the years but they for while were the most pro

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Florida Parents Can Opt out of Mask Rules

Dewitt Law Review

00:22 sec | 2 months ago

Florida Parents Can Opt out of Mask Rules

"Of days, Thousands of students will be heading back to class. Orange and Seminole County schools are making mask wearing mandatory. Gentle Navarro, with our new Spider Channel line is following the new development just like for Orange County schools. Not everyone will be forced to follow the rule, The district says. All parents have to do is send their students to school with a signed note saying they're opting out of the mask

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Why Is Larry Elder Running for Governor of California?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:07 min | 3 months ago

Why Is Larry Elder Running for Governor of California?

"Larry elder. Jd why are you doing this. Well it was a combination. I would say twenty percents a woman. You probably don't know name. Jimmy san who came out of nowhere. She's a political activist. Here in california had all sorts of papers documents. Researches kept me contacting me ignoring her she said just have just have dinner with me so i did and she laid out the formula for why she thought i could win a statewide election. If i at this recall election. I thought she was nuts. Then dennis prager came to me. Too twenty percent dennis prager. He asked me to run. And i said hell no twenty percent. A guy named pastor jackets who has the calvary church. In costa mesa. In orange county i twenty percent a man named lionel. Chet wins a longtime filmmaker and friend of mine and they were at eighty percent now and then the rest were barbers laundry. People of the guy that drives me every now and then the one that i just make up for me. I just ask them. You think run people are asking me to do. And i kept waiting waiting for somebody to say. Are you insane. You have a great life. You're making some decent money. Why do you want to subject yourself to this. Want to put your personal life to exposure. Why do you want people to twister by all around and treat you like everything. But a child of god and finally. I got to the point where i said to myself if not you who if not. Now when i'm a native californian i've been talking about these issues about crime about homelessness about the outrageous cost of living about the fact that for the first time in our state's history. Young people are leaving the state places by tennessee and florida and texas. The primary reason is cannot buy a house and then you add to that the arrogant way. This man shut down this date in the most way than any of the other fifty governors or having his own kids enjoying a in school private education while exempting himself from his own distance from the mandate and this famous french restaurant is become a metaphor four-fifths arrogance because naturally was he violating the mass mandates and the social distancing mandates there. He was with the mary professionals. Who drafted up and so people which just live it. That's why two point two californians signed petitions to have this man recalled about a quarter of those who signed the petition are democrats and independents. Who just two years earlier voted for him.

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Stephanie Murphy on Capitol Riot Hearing and "Childish" Partisan Attacks

The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Stephanie Murphy on Capitol Riot Hearing and "Childish" Partisan Attacks

"January six attack on the U. S. Capitol. Congresswoman Stephanie Murphy is one of the seven Democrats on the panel. And the loan Floridian. January six was an attack on our democracy. It was an attack on the peaceful transfer of power, and it was an attack on this Capitol building. It was also an attack on real people. The panel is hearing testimony from four police officers who defended the building during the riot. A government agents he in central Florida is issuing a vaccine mandate the Orange County tax collectors

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Imprisoned 'Dating Game Killer' Alcala Dies in California

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Imprisoned 'Dating Game Killer' Alcala Dies in California

"The man they called the dating game killer has died on death row in California Rodney James Alcala may have killed as many as one hundred thirty people across the country say authorities he was sentenced to death in twenty ten for five murders in California in the late seventies he appeared on TV's the dating game in nineteen seventy eight the following year he killed a twelve year old girl prosecutors say he raped one woman with a claw hammer and would repeatedly strangled and resuscitate his victims to prolong their agony a prosecutor in Orange County city killed people because he enjoyed it a caller was seventy seven he died of natural causes at a hospital in California according to prison officials I'm Rita Foley

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"orange county" Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak

In the News with Mike Dakkak

01:56 min | 3 months ago

"orange county" Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak

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"orange county" Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak

In the News with Mike Dakkak

05:09 min | 3 months ago

"orange county" Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak

"Icu. Now i wouldn't want to be one of those fifty four or one of those fourteen. I wouldn't want anyone that. I care about to be one of those fifty four or fourteen. My heart goes out as one human being to another to those people and their families but do those numbers warrant a state of emergency and so at every board of supervisors meeting residents go down to the to the To the board and they address the board and they say hey. It's time to. It's time to lift this thing and everyone out. There is wondering why it is exactly. The state of emergency keeps getting extended every thirty days. And it's gone to the point now where the contempt has gone so far on the part of the board of supervisors against the residents that they have just come out and basically admitted the reason. They keep extending. This state of emergencies to get money is to get money from the federal government does not mike dak saying this is not a member a resident of orange county california saying it. This is the board of supervisors saying it themselves. And i have a recording here that i want to play for you. Demonstrate that have a listen so colleagues i We have to vote to continue the local health. Emergency and i appreciate your comments. Visor wagner earlier about even if we were to cancel this health order it would make no change. In people's life. The state guidances will still apply. In fact all we can do is take the risk of shooting ourselves foot by being denied funding so with that in mind though we only meet every two weeks and we know that the the state changes the order declaration of emergency sometimes pretty quickly. So what i would like to propose. Is this that we continue our local emergency declaration but that it will continue without further board action but due to terminate immediately whenever the state changes dot status so that way it takes immediate action effect without us having to convene a special meeting and pick the risk of postponing for a few days while we may be outta town and make our way back. I'll second for a discussion. Can i ask one clarifying question from. Yes ma'am go ahead mr kim. Would there be any a concern about that as it relates to our funding because this is really all the reason. Why we're continuing the emergency declarations. So we continue to be able to get reimbursed for any expenses that are covid related. I don't believe so the discussions i've had with my peers and other large counties all indicate that they're having similar discussions to consider tying their local declarations to the state so that it can end as soon as practicable. Okay i think that makes sense. That's that's reasonable. Thank you thank you. So i would move the recommended actions under item. Forty one with the one change that i just mentioned second okay. Any other comments questions okay. Any opposition item passers. Thank you all right item passes. Hey this is great. So we're just going to keep this sham emergency going just to get money back from the state. That was a supervisor. Chief had supervisor of frank kim there. I'm sorry that was chairman. Does speaking of frank him was the The attorney they're speaking on behalf of the county a couple of days later about a week later actually. On june thirtieth. This took place. June twenty second. On june thirtieth one of the members of the board of supervisors don wagner is at a meeting sponsored by the greater costa mesa republicans. Costa mesa is a city in orange county and he made very similar content Comments he says there wouldn't be it wouldn't make a difference in people's lives wouldn't make one difference in people's lives if we lifted this emergency order. We're just not gonna get tax dollars back into don wagner eighty the agenda item every thirty days now south week On mr pay attention you guys put it off record that it's an agenda item rather not to extend the local county emergency and despite being at less than one percent positivity yes so so. We are operating on a continual state of emergency. That's a mocking federal funds. Admittedly to help develop a vaccine pass or vaccinations mobile molestation pods to identify the dachshund hesitant to track us to your point. We have a concern because of your comments right now about as being a free people and out we should be dictate you know watching the government. Not the government watching us in all of these decisions. The question any Kick the can of the road but truly the powers in the board of supervisors to add this. They haven't had your size passionately Emergency and one.

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"orange county" Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak

In the News with Mike Dakkak

02:53 min | 3 months ago

"orange county" Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak

"I doing everybody. Mike deck with you with today's update as some of you know i have been following closely. This wacky story coming out of orange county california. The reason i've been covering it is. Because i believe orange county is currently serving as an incubator for just about every major challenge. That's facing us as a country and at the globalist are bringing to bear on us. Medical tyranny When the in the form of forced vaccinations the erection of the surveillance state with these vaccine passport systems corruption on the part of local officials possible infiltration from an influence from foreign sources potential abuse by three letter agencies. The list goes on and on and so while this may seem as a local story it has anything but it is a national story masquerading as a local story. First of all every story starts out as a local story. But i think this is a a local story. That's masquerading as a national story. And as the oc goes. I think the rest of the country is going to go because if the oc falls the rest of the country is going to fall and one of the stranger data points that has come out of orange county in recent days and weeks. Is that the board of supervisors which is the controlling body out there in the county. It's a five member. Board has basically admitted that the reason they keep extending a local state of emergency local health emergency declaration. There's a health declaration. it's been in a in a health. Emergency declaration that's been in effect there for fifteen months since march twenty twenty since the beginning of the covid pandemic or planned democ as some people have taken to calling it and it has to be renewed every thirty days now. The thing with these local health emergencies is that they shouldn't last a day longer than they have to. It says it needs to be ended at the earliest possible date and they should only be effect. Forget this folks seven days. It should only be in effect for seven days. They've been around. This one's been around for fifteen months and so residents. There have been going to board of supervisors meetings and berating. These supervisor saying hey look we have been in a state of emergency for the last fifteen months. It's time to lift the state of emergency and the supervisors say well. It's because of these outrageous in out of control. Covert infection rates first of all the orange county. California is a has a population of over three million people. Three point one million people you know how. Many people are currently hospitalized. Because of kobe this is according to the health director. Dr clinton chow himself. You know how many people are hospitalized. Currently as of this week in orange county california fifty four fifty four out of three point one million of those fifty four. Fourteen are.

Orange County Commissioners to Consider Limiting Picketing

Orlando's News at Noon

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

Orange County Commissioners to Consider Limiting Picketing

"Commissioners will consider limiting picketing reporter Julian Amaya joins us from the newsroom with the latest This all started when Orange County Sheriff John Mina brought a proposal to consider limits on neighborhood protest to the county commission, also following the protests outside the window Mayor vacation home of Derek Chauvin last year. Sheriff Mina learned that he couldn't force protesters to move elsewhere, at least in Orange County. With the support of Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings County lawyers introduced an ordinance to limit picketing and neighborhoods and keeping protesters away from homes. Now Winter Park in Orlando have similar rules in place. A public hearing is set for tomorrow at two p.m. live in the

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New Details Emerge in Apparent Road Rage Killing

Mark Thompson

01:25 min | 4 months ago

New Details Emerge in Apparent Road Rage Killing

"Where new details are emerging about the couple arrested after a horrifying road rage incident 24 year old Marcus Erez at 23 year old win Li are each being held on a million dollar bail, and it's expected they'll be arraigned today. She's accused of driving the car when he allegedly opened fire the bullet killing six year old age and Leo's who was in the back seat. And laid to rest yesterday. Our lead national correspondent David Begnaud is following this in Orange County, David. It's an awful story. Good morning to you. Good morning. We've learned so much information within the last 24 hours. The suspects have no criminal history. They're not involved in any gangs. The gun was legally registered to the male suspect. He purchased it legally as well. Uh, and the suspects apparently altered their appearance a bit, but they didn't exactly go underground. In fact, on Sunday, they went to eat sushi and the police watched them. But the cops didn't want to make the arrest of the restaurant because they didn't want to cause a scene, So they waited for them to leave. They followed them home. And that's where they got them. It sounded like an accident. Like all of a sudden, and then it was crazy screaming. This is Julie, who didn't want us to use her last name, describing the moment that she says police moved in and ended the more than two week manhunt. Arresting her neighbors Marcus Aires and Wendy Lee. We absolutely believe that she was the driver and that he rolled down his window and extended his arm out of the car and fired around from a gun. This is

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Rick Warren retiring as lead pastor at California megachurch

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 4 months ago

Rick Warren retiring as lead pastor at California megachurch

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting Rick Warren is retiring as lead pastor at a California megachurch megachurch pastor Rick Warren has announced he is retiring Warren told his congregation Sunday the search for his successor will be launched this week according to the Orange County register the sixty seven year old worn has led the saddleback church for forty two years while the main campuses in Lake Forest saddleback church has expanded to fourteen locations in southern California with an average weekly attendance of thirty thousand they're also international campuses in Hong Kong and Germany the Philippines and Argentina Warren has written multiple books including the purpose driven life hi Mike Rossio

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Albert Pujols signing with Los Angeles Dodgers

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 5 months ago

Albert Pujols signing with Los Angeles Dodgers

"Albert Pujols is staying in southern California a person with knowledge of the deal says a Los Angeles Dodgers are signing the veteran first baseman to a major league deal the LA times first reported the agreement the forty one year old pulls left the angels earlier this month after nearly ten seasons with the Dodgers Orange County rivals the oldest player in the majors is batting one ninety eight this season with five home runs and twelve RBIs pools was in the final year of a ten year two hundred forty million dollar contract with the angels who didn't win a playoff game during his tenure I'm Dave Ferrie

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Many American Parents Are Hesitant to Vaccinate Their Children

BBC Newsday

02:10 min | 5 months ago

Many American Parents Are Hesitant to Vaccinate Their Children

"As young as 12 and now eligible for the fires of biotech vaccine in the United States. But many Americans are hesitant, especially when it comes to vaccinating their kids. The BBC's Reagan Morris talks with parents in California about why they will or won't be vaccinating their Children. They're chanting against Corona virus vaccines. Hundreds of people in Orange County, California, We're protesting a local government plan to create digital vaccine passports. They don't want vaccines mandated to them. Or their Children My kids have. They've had their share of vaccinations. But there was vaccinations are they've been around for a long time. This one is experimental because I had cove it. I mean, I do have friends that died from it. I'm sorry, but here's the thing they weren't getting treated. Clinical Studies of 12 to 15 year olds have shown that the Pfizer vaccine was 100% effective in preventing cove. It That was a study of 1100 Children in the placebo group of the same size 16 Children contracted the virus. Many of the people I've met in this protest survived covert with mild or no symptoms. They resent the lockdowns, close schools and playgrounds and they feel their post viral antibodies are enough to protect them naturally lives in Los Angeles and has four Children. We've all had covert. No. Definitely will not put that experiment in any of our bodies. Unfortunately, I have my dad did it and my sister did it because they lived in Israel in Israel is not allowing anyone to go in any of establishments without It's called the green eyed. It's basically what they're trying to do here. They were forced into it. They don't want to. That's the problem is all this is being forced Tiffany picket in her five Children have all also had covered They don't know how long the antibodies last there. Would you consider getting the vaccine for yourselves or your Children? I want to give it at least another year to see what happens when another Corona virus comes out, and we're able to see how wild strain reacts to those who have been vaccinated.

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"orange county" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"orange county" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"This week alone the giveaway has helped nearly eleven thousand Orange County small business owners due to the positive reaction that we receive from the small businesses we're extending the PP distribution for a limited period of time into next week we will give away additional PPE kits on Tuesday may the nineteenth and Wednesday may the twentieth and we will do so at two different locations are one in east Orange County at the three points elementary school and one in West Orange County at the Orlando technical colleges meet Florida campus other sites on again both on the east and west and they'll be open from nine thirty eight AM until four thirty PM next week again on Tuesday and Wednesday eligibility for receiving the PP has not changed we are focusing on small businesses would want to know more than forty employees and they can be either for profit or non profit again we hope that our citizens take advantage of that by going to our website and registering and see a field dot net backslash PPP Philomela shift gears a bit and talk about the cove in nineteen the numbers here with an Orange County Orange County now has one thousand six hundred and nineteen positive cases and the number of individuals who lost their lives due to a virus it is it is on change we remain at thirty six from what we previously reported we open new testing sites this week I like the one of the late mark elementary school which quickly filled up with over nine hundred appointments Orange County now has tested over forty thousand different individuals with a three point nine percent positivity rate compared to the state of Florida is overall rated seven point one percent you can see on this account is in pretty good shape and doctor fino always does a fantastic job will share with you the updating you hear more from him about that as well in addition on county health services will once again have a new tests and site next week we will be moving into the riverside elementary area to operate next Tuesday through Friday last Tuesday through Friday at riverside elementary the mere Florida tech campus will serve as a site starting on Tuesday may twenty six for more information you can go to our website again.

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"orange county" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"orange county" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Orange County health officials reported a hundred twenty four more cases of covert nineteen and two new deaths that's a total of nineteen hundred sixty nine cases and thirty eight people have died some groups in LA been working to help street vendors make it through the pandemic typically street vendors would be posted up on sidewalks and corners throughout the city streets has been around for a very long time in in its part of the economy but inclusive action for the city executive director Rudy Espinoza says those vendors have been sidelined by the pandemic unfortunately a lot of street vendors are documented in so there and they won't have access to government resources so his group started the street vendor emergency fund we've deployed a little over three hundred cash card so far in the last month each room with four hundred dollars he says more on the way as donors continue to step up Chris and Carla okay fine news searches of two freeways are closing this weekend the five between one thirty for the one seventy in Burbank will be closed for thirty six hours starting at two this afternoon lasting until two Monday morning crews will be demolishing the Burbank Boulevard bridge over the freeway there will be overnight closures for the one oh five near LAX a cruise can restrict the freeway that closure happens from nine tonight till eight AM Sunday between Sapulpa Boulevard in California St if work isn't completed the freeway will close again Sunday night into Monday morning still in Boyle heights on the tenth that is spelled with a five in a one on one meet it's in the right lane sees P. is on scene trying to get that over to the right shoulder you'll be tapping your brakes approaching if you're in Sir Rideau's ninety one westbound just before the six oh five a brush fire on the right shoulder of the freeway has emergency crews on scene blocking the right lane so it's because of some stop and go traffic from pioneer Boulevard traveling on the twenty two eastbound in Westminster let's get past the four oh five it's gonna be about an eleven minute drive to get to the fifty five this report is sponsored by all state can't find this guy helps get you there faster a beta Marino Southland whether from can't buy sunny hot highs in the seventies at the beaches eighties to low nineties for metro Alain and window seat load upper nineties for the valleys and Inland Empire just a couple degrees cooler tomorrow and it's going to be mostly sunny and warm all the way through next week with highs in the seventies and eighties weekly local live from the K. by twenty four hour newsroom I'm Amy king this portion of the show is brought to you by sweet James the people's attorney Martin accident go to sweet James dot com with an Allstate agent you get a local expert and help finding the best coverage for you and because they live in your community.

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"orange county" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"orange county" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Orange County convention center test site what's the age restrictions were lifted yesterday crews ran out of test gets much more quickly patients start to exhibit a temperature of at least ninety nine point six or have respiratory symptoms health officials say the center has enough test for five more days and at that site results should come back in about a week how bout some optimism senator Marco Rubio is confident we'll be coping nineteen we can win we will win this battle and I think how quickly when and how the price of only when depend on it every single one of us doing our part from the people at home that are staying home to the scientists and and the brave and incredible doctors and nurses in Scott I know you'll like this one we're heading into Palm Sunday at one church in Seminole county is trying to bring it on home Markham woods Presbyterian is offering palm fronds and communion set for members to pick up at the church's drive thru portico and they're going to feed you to barbecue chicken to go Friday from five to six thirty your move your car Ford and receive another bag from one person with gloves on that will have your palms and your community kept the church will stream it's Monday Thursday Good Friday and Easter services on Facebook live Marcia Taylor news ninety six point five W. DDL inch and Scott one more twin or church related story the church in Deltona Trinity Church is having a food drive for two to three thirty today what kind they are out on L. can Boulevard at the corner of arrowhead Avenue so too good church stories around and I'm assuming that social distancing will be yeah they're gonna put it in your car like a drive through thank you to the same church that had a toilet paper drive for a week or two ago exactly are Killin it at Trinity Church should information Jean thank you meant twelve fifty one now your news ninety six point five W. DB I'll sign for the five day brought you by pro Teck air conditioning and plumbing services meteorologist Cassandra creamy that it is going to be a beautiful day across central Florida lots of sunshine and similar to yesterday we are keeping our temperatures on the cooler side highs are expected to reach the upper seventies and low eighties will be to eighty degrees today in Orlando tomorrow will be a little bit warmer lots of sunshine with a high of eighty three on Saturday mostly sunny with a high of eighty four and by Sunday we start to enter into another chance for rain well partly cloudy skies a thirty percent chance for scattered showers with a high of eighty two and on Monday partly cloudy a twenty percent chance for rain with a high of eighty four from channel nine Eyewitness News I'm meteorologist Christopher crimp right now we're at seventy six degrees in Sanford I've got seventy five now nothing but sunshine and only those severe weather station Jack Iran is hearsay touch Garrity triple team traffic I for in your toll roads both moving well light traffic no issues at this time just watch your speed limit as you're traveling about.

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"orange county" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"orange county" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Orange County live on the I heart radio cleaning things up I'm Michael crozier from the KFI twenty four hour news room firefighters been putting out hot spots at the scene of a fire at the refinery in Carson the fire started late Tuesday night by an explosion in a cooling tower LA county fire captain Tony and Brenda says officials have been monitoring the air quality we're not getting any detection of any chemical constituents making its way into the breeding zone outside this facility refineries the largest one the west coast with the ability to put out more than three hundred sixty thousand barrels of crude oil every day an exclusive T. P. strategy KFI poll shows LA county district attorney Jackie Lacey is leading in the DA primary race like he's getting support from thirty six percent of likely voters while San Francisco DA George Gascon has nine percent of voters support and federal public defender Rachel Rossi has six percent the big takeaway here is that gas gone if he wants to force Jackie may seem to run off needs to grow and communicate to voters rapidly if I political strategist John Thomas says the poll shows forty nine percent of likely voters remain undecided Thomas says that means Lacey may be forced into a runoff on the general election in November several people have been shot and killed at a building at the Molson course complex in Milwaukee I first heard this is this is not a good day right now Milwaukee alderman Russell stamper represents the district with the complex is located please have been going through the click to clear the complex which includes a brewery that's a hundred sixty years old this year apparently killed himself president trump is named vice president pence says the head of his newly formed coronavirus task force which is working to contain the spread of cold at nineteen health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar says risk to the American people remains low at the same time what every one of our experts and leaders have been saying for more than a month now remains true the degree of risk has the potential to change quickly and we can expect to see more cases in the United States he's R. as part of the new task force of medical experts that's being led by pence pence says the group will also work with Congress governors and local leaders across the U. S. to provide resources and help contain this read all of the virus and officials in Missouri say hunters have donated almost three hundred fifty thousand pounds of deer meat to food banks and pantries across the state this season it's part of the share the harvest program which started in nineteen ninety two sampling whether from Catholic clear skies out there lows around fifty degrees clear all day today and hot like yesterday highs mid seventies at the beaches mid eighties naturally Orange County around ninety inland empire in the valleys little cooler.

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"orange county" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"orange county" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"D. Orange County live on the I heart radio open house I'm rob new life from the KFI twenty four hour news your military bases in California in two other states will be taking in up to a thousand people who may have been exposed to a deadly virus defense secretary mark espers approved a request to provide military housing for U. S. residents arriving back in the U. S. from areas affected by corona virus the housing will be set up at marine corps air station Miramar north of San Diego at Travis Air Force base in the bay area and bases in Texas and Colorado people in the housing centers will be monitored for two weeks and would be transferred to hospitals have symptoms show up the CDC has put one hundred ninety five passengers under quarantine at March air reserve base in riverside county they returned Wednesday from Wuhan China where the virus was first detected any came K. F. I knew delta airlines is spending all its flights to China starting February six because of corona virus concerns they announced Friday the suspension would last through April thirtieth it said it will continue flights to China until next week to allow customers looking to leave China an option to do so Superbowl fever is sweeping across the nation as the San Francisco forty Niners aim for their first NFL championship in twenty five years C. H. B. officer my Kerr says if you're among those traveling to a party today make sure you designate a sober driver ahead of time No Way toll you're in the middle of party to try and make a decision on what you're gonna do plan ahead schedule ride Cher plan who's going to be a sober driver schedule something to get you home safely she'll say if you're hosting a Superbowl party keep an eye on your guest if someone seems like they're not okay to drive make sure they don't you might see if another guest can give them a lift or set up a ride for them yourself tickets are still available if you want to go to the Superbowl fifty four but ABC Jim Ryan says the upper level endzone tickets at hard rock stadium or more than five thousand dollars she spent forest cool brought his family of four from Kansas city we got rose the seats the cheapest tickets cost me twenty two thousand four hundred dollars add in travel hotel and food and this is at thirty five thousand dollar trip but Forrest Cole's father died last year left his son a truck which he sold for twenty two thousand dollars to at least buy the tickets Cole says his dad would be okay with that he was a huge change their in game starts at three thirty PM so cal whether from KFI in clear skies tonight mostly cloudy the rest of the weekend sunny again on Monday right now it's fifty five degrees in Laguna beach in garden Grove it's fifty four sixty in Monrovia.

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"orange county" Discussed on StoriesHere Podcast

StoriesHere Podcast

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"orange county" Discussed on StoriesHere Podcast

"S. b. e. n. g. main b. e. n. g. Bus think village which was Are indigenous communities are indigenous gabriella. No or a tunga community are native americans. They typically have their villages right adjacent or close by Own water source would have been the san river So are are indigenous communities. Would there was. There was a bustling village which we like to see would have been basically the museum. Grounds are on and probably a little bit extending as well. That would have been kind of the site and then just a whole lot of native plants. you know oak trees wild wild Bunnies and Hawks and als- so a lot of just kind of a native of native wildlife handgun on plants. You know A trees probably a bunch of tooley in sycamore and arroyo willow and meal fat and a bunch of native plants with larger mammals. Not necessarily i would. Obviously you have a a bog. Cats There might have been some mountain. Lions bears You would have coyotes and things of that nature. so i'd probably say like the large larger mammal moore. I those it goes mammals up arms and then if you would have gone like thousands or hundreds of millions of years ago in orange county would have been actually out of the ocean. So you have like wales. Things have any interest. There's a whole nother organization here in orange county. That kind of on is a stewards of all archaeology on artifacts and phones. That are more like the natural history. This is wayne parker with the stories. Here podcast talking today. Remotely with kevin cabrera. Who's executive director of the heritage museum of orange county kevin. I really appreciate your time. And i wanted to ask you about in my discussions with people for the stories here. Podcast i think a lot about the power of place and i'm curious if that's something you think about an and if so what it might mean to you any person who comes here than they get that power place would. It needs to them. And i think that's why we're we're really really trying to expand everything that we do here because it allows an opportunity for someone to find it. And maybe this space and i think from the standpoint of what our staff does and everyone who's involved with heritage museum the power place here are the sense of place here at heritage museum really connecting each and every one of us and i think that's why we've been so successful kevin. Thank you for your time today. What a wonderful conversation and also our thanks to the staff. Volunteers government officials and guests who make the heritage museum such an important place to experience and a nod also to the native peoples in animals who occupied that land. Long before us. You can learn more about the museum at heritage museum dot org. This is wayne parker. You can hear other episodes at stories. Here dot com or on your favorite podcasts service. Thank you for listening..

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"orange county" Discussed on StoriesHere Podcast

StoriesHere Podcast

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"orange county" Discussed on StoriesHere Podcast

"So we have two historic homes on site. We have the kellogg house and then we have the mad house. On the nag kellogg couches built in eighteen. Ninety eight and the house is built in eighteen. Nine hundred eighty nine so You know we We try to have the visitors. Having experience of how life would have been during the eighteen ninety s when they go home but then it's also so much more so we say you know we have these eighteen ninety eight to eighty ninety s beautiful victorian homes and And knows where basically those are. Those are the centerpieces of the newseum on those homes. Obviously we preserve the family histories We preserve the homes Which i would say that historic preservation. You know more. Probably more specifically on the west coast. His is not necessarily huge priority. When you go when you go back to the east coast visit cities on the east coast. People are a little bit more aware and a little bit more fame bellevue. I believe historic preservation in the east the west coast. It's a little bit rare so So we share stories of the families. We actually have archives collections of the families as well And so yeah we say you know the the the museum you have this on you you you literally get a chance to step back into time especially when you walk onto twelve acres. There's a lot to see. You're talking about the value of all these different cultures communicating with one another. And certainly the big story of this country and of california is immigration. You've said that your parents were immigrants. Does your family situation going up in that. you think. Help you tell those stories as you talk to people yes definitely I definitely think that that kind of personal experience in knowing my parents have stories coming here and understanding that You know my parents experiences one kind of unique experience to maybe themselves just to in overall maybe kind of experience immigration from people of mexico. I believe that You know all people who eventually immigrated into the united states during ready to an area they have these stories in there is a shared experience their shared their shared experiences in the senate. And i think when we understand that there are shared experiences in in on in experience when things like this occur that it actually gives us a he keeper understanding of ourselves an appreciation for other people that we are not familiar with and and actually connects them. There's a connection so for example We were talking to our when we were doing the interviews and talking with our vietnamese elders. The students myself. We made a lot of connections to it means culture to mexican culture and if it wasn't for us having these conversations really actually getting down and sitting down and spending time with These these elders. These folks community members neighbors actually We would have. We would have had never known and so like one example within that. Is you know the They were they were sharing. How there's a celebration That do The they do memorials for family members. Who have passed away and they kind of build these little altars in their homes to members of their families who passed away And the first thing that the students thought of for like hey. This is the same thing that we do. For what else we do. The same exact thing and so for them they're like it just gave them the value and appreciation for other people. Say how we are. Not so very different. We are super unique in our own culture in our own ways. But we're also very similar. And we're continuing our discussion kevin cabrera. Who's the executive director of the heritage museum of orange county kevin. You've been talking about all these cultural things. I know you also have a focus on sort of hands on things. And i was hoping to come down and learn how to be a blacksmith. But i guess that's gotta be a delayed a little bit based on something that happened here. That is correct but we actually had a fully functioning blacksmith shop on sites. We teach lacks machine classes the gills and then we also all of our elementary programs which i'm run from kindergarten to fifth grade We can also add the blacksmith component to that program. Yes for a fourth of july. Two o'clock in the morning the fire. The the blacksmith shop actually caught fire and burned down and so the entire for for the entire shop was burnt. So that's bump in the road. We are obviously currently working with insurance to get everything hopefully back in running as soon as we can. but that's also a a beloved dump. Space within the newseum people don't necessarily get get to smell coal-burning anymore and nc the fire in the origin and actually get to learn that trade and and that trade even though it's not how it was hundred years ago hundred twenty years ago. Where you know blacksmiths. Were joined things to the commute for the community that were very necessary so like making a a a butter knife that you have to use. While that's not hobby see were blacksmiths or doing today. There'd be more creative. With the the skill blacksmith him And so you see how something like blacks mccain has a ball from being something that was very necessary for community for the likelihood of a community to now being a creative space where you can create things that people are going to enjoy and there's going to be one of a kind hello. This is wayne parker with the stories. Podcast continuing my conversation with kevin cabrera. Who's executive director of the heritage museum of orange county and kevin like to ask. Now what would we have seen five or six hundred years ago at that location. Oh i love that you mentioned that. So yeah five hundred. Five hundred seventy years ago What's really unique about the museum is. We're located really adjacent to the river. The santa ana river which is the the major water source You know kind of that kind of to orange county so it comes all the way from the san bernardino mountains and that river flows oddly down to the beach to the ocean essentially and so Five hundred six hundred years ago The space that will we are currently but then also not just what we are currently. But we're heritage museum and santa ana would have been we would have a it would have been the space of The us binga village. So i'll spell it out. He a..

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"orange county" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"orange county" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"T. T. Orange County on the I heart radio not interested I'm Mary Kay course Eddie live from the KFI twenty four hour news room breaking news a tipster led police to a homeless man who was signed in the deadly stabbing another man during an argument at a Skid Row restaurant on new year's day date Devon Lampkin a forty nine year old man who lives in a homeless shelter was arrested on suspicion of fatally stabbing fifty six year old Homer Garcia or sandals police say the stabbing happened Wednesday morning inside a diner near seventh and main streets investigators said the victim and suspect were eating before they got into an argument and the suspect grabbed a knife officials that he stabbed the victim and then took off LAPD said a citizen where the crime spotted the suspect inside the downtown central library around four o'clock yesterday and officers in the area responded to the location Lampkin was then taken into custody police in Venice have cleared three devices that looked like explosives councilman Mike Bonin says the bomb lookalikes were left at the site of a future homeless shelter the slow this down or halt this has failed we need to provide an alternative to encampments all over the city in our neighborhoods phone and says the homeless shelter is supposed to open next month with space for more than a hundred and fifty people gas prices have taken a slight dip in LA in Orange County is the average price of a gallon of gas in LA county fell to about three dollars and sixty cents an Orange County the average price is down to about three dollars and fifty three cents a gallon those averages are the lowest they've been since the end of August the mother of the US army intelligence officer has been deported to Mexico after living in San Diego for thirty one years fifty one year old Rocio Gomez went to Tijuana Thursday following several failed efforts to remain in the US the mother of three came to the US in nineteen eighty eight and has previously been deported three times that made her ineligible for asylum her son who is a second lieutenant says he's not sure when he'll be able to see her again a terrible mix up in South Carolina a man and his nine year old daughter had been killed on a new year's day hunting trip there officials say the man and his daughter were mistaken for deer by other hunters new year's day was the last day of the South Carolina hunting season and if we don't have enough sickness going around authorities in China have confirmed forty four cases they knew what respiratory illness the cases are somehow linked to a food market there but the cause of the old of the disease well it's still unknown and the most common symptoms are fever shortness of breath and lung damage Iran has vowed retaliation for the U. S. airstrike in Iraq that killed in a lead Iranian general secretary of state Mike Pompeii told CNN general cost some soon the money was planning an attack in the Middle East which Pompeii says could have wrist American lives this is a man who's put in American lives arrest for an awfully long time and last night was the time that we needed to strike to make sure that this imminent attack that he was working actively was disrupted so the money's activities have been linked to the deaths of hundreds of American service members including I. E. D. attacks during the Iraq war well looks like we still have problems on the fifteenth heading out of Cologne pass into Fontana fifteen south before Sierra Avenue this is a fatal crash investigation unfortunately two right lanes remain shut down here you are back to two at Glen Helen parkway in near a loan on the westbound side of the sixty country village road to about at a one to two right lanes closed by Caltrans till around six AM and to Monterey park sixty west bound Atlantic to the seven ten two right lanes coned off till about five o'clock in the morning and it's city on the westbound side of the ten between Arlington and la Brea two right lanes take away till eight thirty as well in that Norwalk oh north that's out of the five Norwalk Boulevard to Lakewood Boulevard the two right lanes shut down to around nine thirty in the morning KFI in the sky.

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"orange county" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"orange county" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Stood next to Orange County sheriff John you know exactly one year after he was murdered while walking to school the suspected killers are no longer a threat to this community it turns out the two killers later tried robbing a man of his phone the guy killed denim Williams the other killer Dion tree Florence is already in jail charged in connection to that one the later be charged with Martinez's murder gene Wexler news ninety six point five W. D. via breaking news another GOP member of Congress will retire from Congress at the end of his term this time it's North Carolina Republican mark meadows a big supporter of the president he says he struggled with the decision but it's the right time you're listening to the southern and expanded newsfeed armory computer we were you fifteen straight minutes of news weather and traffic with no commercials three Democrats are standing by their decision to break ranks with their party during the historic impeachment vote representative Jeff van troop New Jersey in Collin Peterson of Minnesota voted no on both articles Wednesday night Michigan congressman Justin Amash a former Republican down independent was a yes vote along with nearly all the house dems president Donald J. trump has abused and violated the public trust by using his high office to solicit the aid of a foreign power not for the benefit of the United States of America but instead for his personal and political gain all other Republicans in the household together to vote no against impeachment new poll finds nearly half of all Floridians are divided when it comes to pitching president trump a Mason Dixon poll out yesterday shows forty six percent of registered voters in the state who our surveyed support impeaching the president while fifty percent oppose it the rest of those polled aren't fans of the president but don't want him impeached either the house voted last night to impeach trump on two articles abuse of power and obstruction of Congress a Senate trial is expected to begin next month orally news ninety six point five W. D. B. L. another Chinese nationals charged with illegally entering president trump's Mar a Lago club it's the second time this year police say fifty six year old in June leave refused to leave the resort Wednesday he was arrested on charges of loitering and prowling I still county may sue makers of generic drugs over price fixing allegations county says it may have been over charged all law firm will help the county review the cost prescriptions for people on its insurance the move comes after forty states including Florida sued more than a dozen generic drug makers accusing them of fixing prices in collusion the allegations are that they conspired to work together to seven markets set where they would go and others wouldn't go and therefore raising an elevating the prices for these drugs case is still open in federal court this is kind of cool to last day of a Los Angeles auction of classic movie memorabilia including items from Steve McQueen Michael J. fox Burt Reynolds betting is John Travolta's personal home use the European premiers of the movie grease just a made a fifteen hundred to twenty five hundred dollars Michelle Nichols lieutenant or her a third season read Starfleet uniform from TV Star Trek also for sale as is the grace Spock uniform from the franchise's first movie you can also been on the sign designating John Wayne's parking space on the Warner brothers studio lot Chuck secrets and ABC news this is a special edition of Orlando's morning news our live team coverage of the president's impeachment continues next after all to hasn't needed that comb and a very very very long time seven oh eight other Landau's morning news the five day forecast brought to you by U. S. heating and air conditioning chief meteorologist Tom Terry joins us hello Tom Doherty watching another storm system here that will get here in time for the start of winter on Saturday this weekend right now the storm is over the desert southwest but it's going to move all the way across normally storms will move more toward the north and east that's our general tendency but this one's going to dive south and east to get in the Gulf of Mexico that's why by Saturday evening Saturday late night Sunday morning we're gonna have some weather to watching putting a chance for some gusty thunderstorms and some heavy rainfall that's going to be our main issues I think we'll deal with a starting late Saturday in the meantime nice day sixty eight today still chilly this morning seventy three tomorrow then again late Saturday through Sunday got that chance for rain and storms but looks like the first part of sorry Joe looks pretty.

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"orange county" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

14:09 min | 2 years ago

"orange county" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"It's measurable. It's strategic. It's it's it's making sure that it's not just one not one view but we bring together and some of these collaborations there might be sixty partners from nonprofits to the schools themselves to a consultant if we need it and we bring together who is needed the companies that our partners altogether and run this ecosystem. It's really really magical yeah. It's so great because you're just saying like this one pillar as has education. You're seeing that you're starting from the very beginning in the elementary and you're like you're saying you're going all the way through and you're setting them up with if they don't have exposure took or if they do additional experiences to set them up for success. That's so great. I love that share with me. Some of the other pillars that you guys are working on well. One of the things that we are excited about is I work around Financial Stability Okay and so we have measure we everything we do is measure with than outside index so they're not the soup parks measurements like. Oh look what we did right. This is for accountability so we have a financial stability is a big area for families and we had a goal to prove that by twenty five percent in ten years and that was also achieved in five years amazing and is that just Orange County is all just orange county all all that's going on in Orange County and so in that particular case we know that certainly some things have happened in the market in terms of you know increased salaries and all that but also we do things like we we leverage leverage things like the earned income tax credit programs so that is a way that we trained five hundred volunteers to help low income people most who are earning twenty two thousand in a year think about that living in Orange County but help get them get their tax refunds back because they have to be working to earn to you without filing as well all right we help with the filing and we them get that earned income tax credit back which could be three to five thousand dollars which might be the difference of them getting out of debt and on their way okay to prosperity and that has a multiplier that's crazy because we may be invest seven hundred thousand in that year a year of the so fewer donating. I know you are so thank you yeah that if you're an investing in our work we pull back into the community twenty one million dollars getting these amazing rate of return rate of return right. Anybody would be proud of them and it's it's a AH wonderful so they're other programs that we do. We have again financial literacy centers in schools because we don't want a child to leave school and and we want to help their parents not become homeless. Yeah I the Best Homeless Prevention Program for families out there as spark point and we lead those until I talked about education pillar in the financial stability pillar and we'd chief though so just so you know again. We just didn't rest on our laurels. We up those goals so we're in two point Komo now. We're going to close the disparity rate of graduation rates between schools the haves and have nots quite frankly in terms that we know what schools graduate -aduated eighty five percent where schools in more prosperous series of Orange County or at graduate in like ninety eight percent. We WanNA close that gap and I think the committee wants to be partners with associate education. Is your passion out there please. I get involved with that and financial stability. We need to improve it another twenty five percents so we're all in fact they're back in and probably the one of the things that most people ask me about maybe have read about our. United Ten homelessness offer that one has been really quite a journey and there's so many things that I think have gone that we're moving in the right direction but there's still so so many of our homeless neighbors that are need help and so we are all in on that issue and I can talk more about that. If you'd like yeah no please do. I mean I know personally. I've helped raise you know contributions or funds just to be able to get simple packets together and and we're talking like socks and or or bat like bags or a flashlight just little simple things that people don't even think about and we would go and hand them the Maori and so I was just I mean it was all orchestrated event but that's just one thing that I experienced and it was incredibly humbling. I mean I don't know if you WANNA share some some of the things that we're doing to make that impact yes so we have a huge ecosystem that were leading around the United Ten homelessness and and it started because we realized that the business community had really been asking gauge when we started and we start looking at best practices another thing we do is look across the country country who's doing something well and we found for example. Orlando Florida that a cut their street homelessness and half and three years. We wanted to really understand what was going on. What are they are. You doing great. One of the things that they have done is they've they've marshaled garnered support from the private apartment community and so we launched with a one of our dear partners a pilot called welcome how Mosey so we actually got some funding from the county of Orange to put in a landlord incentive program because if I'm homeless and you're not yeah I think I've been walking around on the street with a voucher. I Ah I've gone through the assessment process in everybody that is homeless. That's getting help has been assessed and again most people who need eight. How have a disability have something that they're not going to be able to get back on their feet in a long term scenario without health? Dan so I'm walking around going door to door but I don't have credit. I don't have money for first and last night the positivity and so huge hurdle you turtles so we're taking that right away so through our generous donors we've been able to Fun I last month rat that we've been able to put a damage mitigation fund. We've we've donors that have helped us with providing funds so every place to be furnished uniquely and based on the disability of perhaps that talent but also the size and configuration of that particular apartment right so we've put this all together and in some cases it's come. I'm from the county of Orange and just this last month. If I can tell you one mazy yeah so we were called by one of the housing authorities are you're five there soothes me there are four housing authorities here in Orange County okay and they were like sue we have thirty people who have been looking for a place to live for months in some cases years we have to get thirty more families housed by the end of August to apply for up to three hundred more vouchers I for hot for three hundred families up to yeah and but we have to get these three house and we haven't been able to do it so we went out to current donors new donors. We went out your. F- for the let's see if we can find this program because we didn't have money just sitting around to rail real that gap and long behold in thirty days we had seventy three people that came together and raise five hundred thousand dollars and then we I have I've been getting chills because we have landlords property owners that have come forward to say we want to help and so we're getting the the people house and so person the other day that I was learning about is just just brings me sad but there's so woman that has been living on the streets taking care of her disabled daughters for twelve years. Wow her disabled daughter twelve years. She's been living on the street and through this this program. She was just house to her and her daughter. That's amazing. What a Gift Yeah so. There's things going on small large. We'll help with diaper. Dries will help put together the welcome home packages yeah but in this case we actually had generous donors that helped fund this program. Graham so thirty more people are going to be able to live in a place. They can call home. That's amazing and people just take that for granted. I mean everyone's like they're. You know you get get so busy in your day to day but this is a real struggle for people in our and I just want to emphasize is in our local community. People don't even realize how so many people are homeless and going without and don't realize what they're going to get their next meal and where they're going to go and this is this is right here in Orange County and in in and I have a lot of I have a lot of people that I connect with every day that you know we give might give money globally because there's maybe in their mind there's other issues but I just really wanna be able to draw attention to this amazing organization and all the things that you as are specifically he doing right here locally Orange County making an impact of your community and creating a change for the next generation and these are the people who are going to be their children will be around your children and in the reality is is we're helping one another just INCR-. Why not you know exactly they are neighbors? I there is so much misinformation so if somebody out there wants to know the facts we did a cost study with UCI. We just didn't ourselves. We hired we commission. UCI To do a definitive research study on the homeless situation here in Orange County and that again is on our website so ah united way OC DOT org but to your point. It's it's close to its over. Seventy percent of the people that are homeless are from Orange County that are lived here at least ten years that how they got homeless in the first place is they lost a job. They didn't have the resources to keep paying their rent so they lost a place to live in. Normally there was some other trigger factor in their life which could have been for a woman domestic violence. It could have been an illness. It could be the death of a spouse something spiraled out of control and they didn't have a network to fall back on and so it could happen to Anne of us. I'm working with a realtor right now. That wants to help her. Brother is homeless and she is like driven because no matter what she's done. She's is not been able to help him long-term. Everybody were helping. We're helping along the way with the case management here. The caregiving through the amazing network of service providers is out there but I just really do want to help shake that meth and there is there is the other side that any of us lived on the streets. You're I- LETITIA Russia for any period of time. The constant Strauss would take a toll on US mentally yeah and who knows what might go to for to escape right so true and so there's a lot of reasons but at the end of the day it's a small portion of the amount of people living here in Orange County and we need to help and there are ways to help in a sustainable so please get involve yeah and just so you know like my my why is my aunt was homeless here in Orange County and she had a great job and like you said multiple triggers happen lost her job and had turned older and had a midlife crises and just didn't know what to do view and literally found herself on the streets and I couldn't help her and she didn't want my help and so didn't know really how to help but I got myself involved in local organizations wants to be able to realize that there was a need I can give back to an organization that that's able to help an end. Maybe you can share different ways to help but I know I personally. I volunteer my time. I volunteer on one of your your your a little smaller bores the and participate in that and and then I also give financially I encourage other people to as well and it doesn't mean that I'm encouraging everyone just to give united way but giving in general is such a huge like like my way of saying thank you and giving back and I know I'm making a change so I might personal y but everyone has a story to get to them to get where they are today but maybe you can share where people can how they can contribute or how they can volunteer your locally yeah well. What and thank you for sharing that story. That's just everybody like you said we all have something going on in our lives right so do we always talk about it in terms of time talent treasure right and so some people can give all three some people may be at different points of time. You have more treasure than time or more time than treasure and we always love like talent like you allowing us to have a chance to interface with you. It's wonderful so thank you for sharing your talent time with me today. I think the volunteering there's opportunities in terms of folks that have time we have different opportunities through our partners nonprofit partners so again they can go on our side and they can learn a different volunteer activities specifically for united ten Hamas. We need the positive people who really want to impact change and become housing champions. There's a plan to build twenty seven hundred permit support of units around Orange County those would be apartments that come with case management to help people who need help we need those built and so people might be passionate about that and we could help train them and how do they become a positive voice and they could go on United to end Homelessness Dot Org and learn.

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OC Talk Radio

14:09 min | 2 years ago

"orange county" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"It's measurable. It's strategic. It's it's it's making sure that it's not just one not one view but we bring together and some of these collaborations there might be sixty the partners from nonprofits to the schools themselves to a consultant if we need it and we bring together who is needed the companies that at our partners altogether and run this ecosystem. It's really really magical yeah. It's so great because you're just saying like this one pillar as does education you're seeing that you're starting from the very beginning in the elementary and you're like you're saying you're going all the way through and you're setting them up with if they don't have exposure retort or if they do additional experiences to set them up for success. That's so great. I love that share with me. Some of the other pillars that you guys are working on well. One of the things that we are excited about is I work around Financial Stability Okay and so we have measure everything we do measure with an outside index so they're not the soup parks measurements like. Oh look what we did. This is for accountability so we have a financial stability is a big big area for families and we had a goal to prove that by twenty five percent in ten years and that was also achieved in five years amazing and is that just Orange County is all just Orange County all all that's going on in Orange County and so in that particular case we know that certainly some things have happened in the market in terms of you know increased salaries and all that but also we do things like we we leverage average things like the earned income tax credit programs so that is a way that we trained five hundred volunteers to help low income people most who are earning twenty two thousand a year think about that living in Orange County but help them get their tax refunds back because they have to be working to earn too without filing as well all right we help with the filing and we them get that earned income tax credit back which could be three to five thousand dollars which might be the difference of them getting out of debt and on their way hey to prosperity and that has a multiplier that's crazy because we may be invest seven hundred thousand in that year a year of the so fewer donating. I know you are so thank you yeah that. If you're an investing in our work we pulled back into the community twenty one million dollars getting these amazing rate of return rate of return right. Anybody would be proud of that and it's it's really a AH wonderful so they're other programs that we do. We have again financial literacy centers in schools because we don't want a child to leave school and we wanna help their parents not become homeless are the best homeless prevention program for families out there as spark point. Oh see and we lead those I talked about education pillar in the financial stability pillar and we'd chief though so just so you know again. We just didn't rest on our laurels. We up those goals so we're in two point. Omo Oh mode now. We're going to close the disparity rate of graduation rates between schools. The have have not quite frankly in terms of we know what schools are graduated -aduated eighty five percent where schools in more prosperous series of Orange County or at graduate in like ninety eight percent. We WanNA close that gap and I think the committee wants to be partners with us. Associate Education is your passion out there please. I get involved with that and financial stability. We need to improve it another twenty five percents so we're all in fact there. We're back in probably the one of the things that most people ask me about and you've maybe have read about our United Ten homelessness offer that one has been really quite a journey and there's so many things have gone that we're moving in the right direction but there's still so how many of our homeless neighbors that are need help and so. We are all in on that issue. I can talk more about that. If you'd like yeah no please do. I mean I know personally. I have helped raise you know contributions or funds just to be able to get simple packets together and we're talking like socks socks and or or bat like bags or a flashlight just little simple things that people don't even think about and we would go and hand them. Maui and so I was just I mean it was all orchestrated event but that's just one thing that I experienced and it was incredibly humbling. I mean I don't know if you WANNA share some some of the things that we're doing to make that impact yes so we have a huge ecosystem that we're leading around the United Ten homelessness and band it started because we realized that the business community had really been asking gauge when we started and we start looking at best practices another thing we do is look across the country country who's doing something well and we found for example. Orlando Florida that a cut their street homelessness and half and three years. We wanted to really understand what was going on. What are they you doing great. One of the things that they have done is they've they've marshaled garnered support from the private apartment community and so we launched with a one of our dear partners pilot called welcome how Mosey so we actually got some funding from the county of Orange to put in a landlord incentive program because if I'm homeless and you're not I want I think I've been walking around on the street with a voucher. I Ah I've gone through the assessment process in everybody that is homeless. That's getting help has been assessed and again most people who need eight how have a disability to something that they're not going to be able to get back on their feet in a long term scenario without health plan. Dan so I'm walking around going door to door but I don't have credit. I don't have money for first and last night the positivity and so huge hurdle you turtles so we're taking that right away so through our generous donors we've been able to fund. I last month rat that we've been able to put a damage mitigation fund. We've if donors that have helped us with providing funds so every place to be furnished uniquely and based on the disability of perhaps that talent but also the size and configuration of that particular apartment right so we've put this all together and in some cases it's come. I'm from the county of Orange and just this last month and if I can tell you one mazy yeah so we were called by one of the housing authorities or are five excuse me there are four housing authorities here in Orange County okay and they were like sue we have thirty people who have been looking for a place to live for months in some cases years we have to get thirty more families housed by the end of August to apply for up to three hundred more vouchers Chris for hot for three hundred families up to yeah and but we have to get these three house and we haven't been able to do it so we went out to current donors new donors. We went out your F- for the let's see if we can find this program because we didn't have money just sitting around to rail bill that gap and long behold in thirty days we had seventy three people that came together and raise five hundred thousand dollars and then we have have. I've been getting chills because we have landlords property owners that have come forward to say we want help and so we're getting the the people housed and so person uh-huh person the other day that I was learning about is just just brings me sad but there's the woman that has been living on the streets taking care of her disabled daughters for twelve years. Wow her disabled daughter twelve years. She's been living on the street and through. This is program. She was just house to her and her daughter. That's amazing. What a Gift Yeah so. There's things going on small large week. We'll help with diaper dries. We'll help put together the welcome home packages yeah but in this case we actually had generous donors that helped fund this program. I am so thirty. More people are going to be able to live in a place. They can call home. That's amazing and people just take that for granted. I mean everyone's like they're. You know you get get so busy in your day to day but this is a real struggle for people in our and I just want to emphasize is in our local community. People don't even realize how how many people are homeless and going without and don't realize where they're going to get their next meal and where they're gonNa go and this is this is right here in Orange County and in in and I have a lot of I have a lot of people that I connect with every day that we give they might give money globally because there's maybe in their mind there's other issues but I just really want to be able to draw attention to this amazing organization all the things that you as are specifically they doing right here locally Orange County making an impact of your community and creating a change for the next generation and these are the people who are going to be their children will be around your children and in the reality is is we're helping one another just INCR-. Why not you know exactly they are neighbors? I there is so much misinformation so if somebody out there wants to know the facts we did a cost study with UCI. We just didn't ourselves. We hired we commission. UCI TO DO definitive research study on the homeless situation here in Orange County and that again is on our website so I united way OC dot org but to your point. It's it's close to its over. Seventy percent of the people that are homeless are from Orange County that are lived here at least ten years that how they got homeless in the first place is they lost a job. They didn't have the resources to keep paying their rent so they lost a place to live in. Normally there was some other trigger factor in their life which could have been for a woman domestic violence. It could have been then an illness. It could be the death of a spouse something spiraled out of control and they didn't have a network to fall back on and so it could happen to and I'm working with a realtor right now that wants to help her. Brother is homeless and she is like driven because no matter what she's done. She's is not been able to help him long-term. Everybody were helping we're helping along the way with the case management care the caregiving through the amazing network of service providers south there but I just really do want to help shake that meth and there is there is the other side that if any of us lived on the streets your Isleta Asia for any period of time the constant Strauss would take a toll on US mentally yeah and who knows what might go to for to escape right so true and so there's a lot of reasons but at the end of the day it's a small portion of the amount of people living here in Orange County and we need to help and there are ways to help in a sustainable so please get involve yeah and just so you know like my my why is my aunt was homeless here in Orange County and she had a great job and like you said multiple triggers happen lost her job and had turned older and had a midlife crises and just didn't know what to do view and literally found herself on the streets and I couldn't help her and she didn't want my help and so didn't know really how to help but I got myself involved in local organizations wants to be able to realize that there is a need I can give back to an organization that that's able to help an end. Maybe you can share different ways to help but I know I I personally. I volunteer my time. I volunteer on one of your your your a little smaller bores the and participate in that and and then I also give financially and I encourage other people to as well and it doesn't mean that I'm encouraging everyone just to give united way but giving in general is such a huge like like my way of saying thank you and giving back and I know I'm making a change so that's my my personal y but everyone has a story to get to them to get where they are today but maybe you can share where people can how they can contribute or how they can volunteer your locally yeah well. What and thank you for sharing that story. That's just everybody like you said we all have something going on in our lives right so do we always talk about it in terms of time talent treasure right and so some people can give all three some people may be at different points of time. You have more treasure than time or more time than treasure and we always love like talent like you allowing us to have a chance to interface with you. It's wonderful so thank you for sharing your talent and time with me. Today I think the volunteering there's opportunities in terms of folks that have time we have different opportunities through our partners nonprofit partners so again they can go on our side and they can learn a different volunteer activities specifically for united ten homeless. We need positive people who really want to impact change and become housing champions. There's a plan to build twenty seven hundred permit support of units around Orange County those would be the apartments that come with case management to how people who need help we need those built and so people might be passionate about that and we could help train them and how do they become a positive voice and they could go on United to end Homelessness Dot Org and learn.

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OC Talk Radio

15:23 min | 2 years ago

"orange county" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"To navigate navigate the system of the different programs and services here in Orange County. What does that mean what that means is that when you're in a crisis the situation and I think we're very realistically. We kind of joke about it but we say everybody. Is only six seconds away from a crisis right. It could be that car slam. Stop Stop suddenly and you bump into them or you could have a child who ends up getting injured somehow. You could have a situation where you've got a sister. Who who is in a domestic violence situation doesn't know where to go? You could have a cousin who's a veteran who's having a problems re entering into the community. You could know somebody in your neighborhood who has a family member who has become homeless because they've lost their job. What two one one does in strictly by dialing the number two dash one dash one. It's the same thing that's dialing nine. One one you get connected to took us and we have access to over three thousand programs here in Orange County they run run the the gamut from connecting people to shelter programs if they're looking for housing to connect those who are part of a domestic violence situation to a program that can keep them safe and secure we can connect people transportation options in the community legal services just about everything worded to one one come from well the genesis of two one what is really an interesting interesting one here in Orange County. We actually started in nineteen eighty four thirty five years ago when a number of the hospital saw that there was a need for away to connect people to the health and human services here in Orange County however at the two one one number actually came about in two thousand in in four when a number of what we call ourselves in for information referral specialists across the State got together and petitioned petition the California California Puc to get the number so there is a two one one in every community in here in Orange County. We've got ninety seven percent percent coverage. I think within the state of California this one up in L. A. County Riverside San Bernardino San Diego and obviously Orange County that Cetera what each of the individual to do is they get to know the community resources and make sure that they have a good idea of what what type of programs are offered and who they can see. It's it's to help streamline the path to the appropriate resource interestingly distinctly enough to one one as a whole really took off in two thousand and five when Hurricane Katrina hit when I talked to one as a whole I mean and nationwide and when that situation occurred and it's no different than here in California if we have an earthquake or wildfires right you have people who've never ver- needed to tap into the social services safety net who all of a sudden need to figure out how to get help because they've lost their home they can't move back into their home for whatever reason united way saw an down in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina that there was the need to build this into more of a robust system in the country so there are two hundred forty two one ones of those half of them are what I would call owner operated by the United way by the local united ways. The rest of us are independently run but we all have a good relationship with the local united way. I'm curious about what we did before before we needed to one one. I'm assuming that there was a time before two one one where there was a a need and I wanNA push back before that too before there was a need. How did these these he's social traumas. How did we deal with them then. Will I think there are a couple of things so this is pre nineteen eighty-four. Are you thinking so yeah for that. So I think obviously it has something to do with our social services network right. I think that there was a stronger longer sense of community and neighborhood one of the things I've found so interesting here an Orange County is if you go back to pre the beginning of our organization in in eighty four I think there were maybe a million people living here in Orange County. the thirty four cities towns operated very independently there were geographic barriers between them but I think that within each of the community unity say operated fairly the independently and and they they relied on themselves so if you think about it much more of a net a neighborhood network with the expansion of course we're over three million people here in that growth came pretty fast and so you think about the stress rests on the system. I think we're just at the point. Now is a community that we really are building out systems of care which is always a challenge right because you have people who are still very familiar with operating things independently who are now having to work in in a collaborative way but I do think societally if we take a look at it I mean for me one of the things I really see he is with the growth that we're seeing with baby boomers becoming our elderly now and the stress on the system what we're calling our silver tsunami soon Nami that we're really concerned about people losing their housing because a up one partner spouse dies and now they're down to one social the social security monthly check. They don't have the two people are no longer living with their family. I that yeah the no longer living with their family in what I'm curious about is do. They even have a relationship with their family right well. That's a good point. I mean I- anecdotally just for myself myself. I have a father who's ninety three or about to turn ninety three who lives in Colorado and he's still is living on his own very independent. He's it's great health. His doctor told me physiologically as is that of a seventy five year old which is Great but we've had conversations stations about him moving out here with us and I've had friends and I'm talking friends who are are seniors themselves who have said Oh. You don't WanNa do that because it's as if it would disrupt your life well. I come from a family where we do that. Type of thing wouldn't even cross my mind not to do that but I I think that's the exception versus the rule at least hearing California. I don't know if it's true across the country but I at least Orange County well. I I have heard about the the baby boomer's being the sandwich generation. we find ourselves in a place where we're helping our children and through them our grandchildren and the same time we're paying attention to our our parents and and and and that to me is a part of the community that that that deals with issues here in in now when things get out of hand or more than we have out of the resources. Mrs Or the contact with resources to deal with it would seem to me then something to one would become very important almost most like a safety net but not the place of I the the play the first place we're going to call We're going to look at each other. We're going to and be dealing with the family and I'm wondering if that's what was then and that there was a process of love. I don't know a lot of people moving in without their families to California a lot of immigrants coming in in I wonder if if part of providing resources is also providing a path back to the development of community yeah I think that having a path back to the development community is very important I would say that where we function as a safety net as an example would be if you have somebody who has a senior parents but they don't know that they can sign up for cal fresh and they could get an additional fifty dollars that would help towards their groceries or they might be looking for senior daycare if you will and they they wanna make sure that they're there are adult. Their parent is taking care of during the day by going someplace we can connect to those resources. We have fabulous new program called to one ride ride so someone has a computer they can just log onto to one one right dot. Org or they can call us but it actually taps into all the transportation tation Multi County L. A. Riverside San Fernando Dina and Orange County that taps into what it will cost. If you take a bus awesome what the routes are the train etc and are there nonprofits who can actually come to you to pick you up or with the Trans. OC Ta with with our bus system if you actually need to have somebody who can take a wheelchair or needs to walk you up to the door a demand response what I think the adult children of those seniors would be glad to know that there's that kind of resource right one of the things I found when I talked to baby boomers who are part of that sandwich. situation generation is that they they need to know the two one one is across the country so if they have a call from an adult child who has come to rely on them strictly for financial support there is a little bit of pushback where you can say why don't you call your local one and see if they can get you connected to some help right right which is a lovely lovely thing to be able to do right and and and Mary my wife Mary in in Riverside at Saint Michael's church in that outreach ministries industry. She's been doing there for seven years. there's a tremendous amount of of helping people to learn that there are many resources for them helping to find jobs helping them to find housing in in tapping into the city of Riverside in this particular case because their resources there that people who were on the streets may not be aware of it all my I'm wondering that ah about providing resources which is absolutely necessary important and vital at the same time resources are not enough breath and I'm wondering where that community formation is now when I was growing up back way before the Internet Church was a place of not only providing resources in in in relationships but it was a place of learning how to relate and it was a place where at best the church community would say here are better ways of relating to each other so you can meet some needs out there and I'm wondering where we do that today well especially in a multi generational multigenerational generational diverse cultural yet. We're all living in this soup called Southern California and I'm just wondering I mean where does that happen. I have four people where do they. Where do they begin to learn how to support each other. I'm not necessarily in giving rides but incorporate people into community. Well I think there there are some real strong connections that we carry forth with us right or or learning how to do things so you you know. I'm a I'm a a preacher's kid. PK and we moved several times when I was growing up and so from that upbringing one of the things I learned was how important it was to get to know your neighborhood and my parents really understood that church was always a part of it but my main growing up years it was a campus ministry so it wasn't really there weren't other kids. It's the neighborhood was very important when my husband and I moved back to southern California back back in ninety seven. It was very very important for us to find a neighborhood that functioned as a neighborhood where you knew your neighbors and around the neighborhood we live in is just fabulous. I mean we have people who've lived there for twenty-five thirty years. They raised their children there. We we have a grandparent's age. People are in their eighties and nineties who lived there. We have young families. It's it's it's a really wonderful blunt. We have people who come from all parts of the world it's very very diverse but we get together every Memorial Day Fourth of July Labor Labor Day and New Year's Eve those that that's a standing thing that we do every single year and we are all there for each other and get together other times loosely sleep in a ranch type things but we've come to rely on each other in when someone new moves into the neighboring them into the fold you do something to say We'll see you and we are here now now. I just got off the phone before I came to the show with a friend of mine who is now living in in San Francisco was in Chicago and he was asking me he said you know we're living in San Francisco in the living in the tenderloin because that's where the law school is my wife is going to and and he said in Chicago I would carry around McDonald's you know.

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11:26 min | 2 years ago

"orange county" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"We are going to have a great conversation conversation today with my long time friend Karen Williams who is CEO of two one and I want to welcome to welcome Karen to the pill four five and once you tell us what is two one one. I'll thanks so much for having me and thanks for giving me this this opportunity to share with the community what we do to one one if you think about it in a nutshell provides hope to people when they're looking for help to navigate navigate the system of the different programs and services here in Orange County. What does that mean what that means. Is that when you're in a crisis the situation and I think we're very realistically. We kind of joke about it but we say everybody's only six seconds away from a crisis right. It could be that car slam. Stop I stopped suddenly and you bump into them or you could have a child who ends up getting injured somehow. You could have a situation where you've got a sister who is in a domestic violence. Situation doesn't know where to go. You could have a cousin who's a veteran who's having a problems re entering into the community. You could know somebody in your neighborhood who has a family member who has become homeless because they've lost their job. What two one one does in strictly by dialing the number two dash one dash one. It's the same thing that's dialing nine. One one you get connected to into us and we have access to over three thousand programs here in Orange County they run run the the gamut from connecting people to shelter programs if they're looking for housing to connect those or part of a domestic violence situation to a program that can keep them safe and secure we can connect people transportation options in the community. legal services just about everything worded to one one come from well. The genesis of two one one is really an interesting interesting one here in Orange County. We actually started in nineteen eighty four thirty five years ago when a number of the hospital saw that there was a need for away to connect people to the health and human services here in Orange County however at the two one one number actually came about in two thousand in four when a number of what we call ourselves in for information referral specialists across the State got together and petitioned Titian the California California Puc to get the number so there is a two one one in every community in here in Orange County. We've got ninety seven percent percent coverage. I think within the state of California this one up in L. A. County Riverside San Bernardino San Diego and obviously Orange County that Cetera what each of the individual to do is they get to know the community resources and make sure that they have a good idea of what what type of programs are offered and who they can see. It's it's to help streamline the path to the appropriate resource interestingly tinley enough to one one as a whole really took off in two thousand and five when Hurricane Katrina hit when I talked to one as a whole I mean and nationwide and when that situation occurred and it's no different than here in California if we have an earthquake wildfires right you have people who've never for needed to tap into the social services safety net who all of a sudden need to figure out how to get help because they've lost their home they they can't move back into their home for whatever reason united way saw an down in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina that there was the need to build us into more of a robust system in the country so there are two hundred forty two one ones of those half of them are what I would call owner operated by the United way by the local united ways. The rest of us are independently run but we all have a good relationship with the local united way. I'm curious about what we did before before we needed to one one. I'm assuming that there was a time before two one one where there was a a need and I wanNA push back before that too before there was a need. How did these these yes social traumas. How did we deal with them then. Will I think there are a couple of things so this is pre nineteen eighty-four. Are you thinking so for that so I think obviously it has something to do with our social services network right. I think that there was a stronger longer sense of community and neighborhood one of the things I've found so interesting here. an Orange County is if you go back to pre the beginning of our organization in eighty four I think there were maybe a million people living here in Orange County. the thirty four cities towns operated very independently there were geographic barriers between them but I think that within each of the community entity say operated fairly independently and they they relied on themselves so if you think about it much more of a net a neighborhood network with the expansion of course where over three million people here and that growth came pretty fast and so you think about the stress rests on the system. I think we're just at the point. Now is a community that we really are building out systems of care which is always a challenge right because you have people who are still very familiar with operating things independently who are now having to work in a collaborative way but I do think societally if we take a look at it I mean for me one of the things I really see he is with the growth that we're seeing with baby boomers becoming our elderly now and the stress on the system what we're calling our silver tsunami soon Nami that we're really concerned about people losing their housing because a up one partner spouse dies and now they're down to one social the social security monthly check. They don't have the two and people are no longer living with their family. I that yeah no longer living with their family in what I'm curious about is do they even have a relationship with their family right well. That's a good point. I mean I- anecdotally just for myself I self I have a father who's ninety three or about to turn ninety three who lives in Colorado and he's still is living on his own very independent. He's it's great health. His doctor told me physiologically as is that of a seventy five year old which is Great but we've had conversations nations about him moving out here with us and I've had friends and I'm talking friends who are are seniors themselves who have said Oh. Oh you don't WanNa do that because it's as if it would disrupt your life well. I come from a family where we do that. Type of thing wouldn't even cross my mind not to do dad but I I think that's the exception versus the rule at least here in California. I don't know if it's true across the country but at least tyranny Orange County well I have heard about the the baby boomer's being the Sandwich Generation we find ourselves in a place where we're helping our children and through them our grandchildren and the same time we're paying attention to our our parents and and and and that to me is a part of the community that that AH deals with issues here in in now when things get out of hand or more than we have out of the resources uses or the contact with resources to deal with it would seem to me then something to one would become very important almost most like a safety net but not the place of I the the play the first place we're GONNA call We're going to look at each other. We're going to and be dealing with the family and I'm wondering if that's what was then and that there was a process of love I dunno a lot of people moving in without their families to California a lot of immigrants coming in in I wonder if if part of providing resources is also providing a path back to the development of community yeah I think that having a path back to the development community is very important I would say that where we function as a safety net as an example would be if you have somebody who has a senior parents but they don't know that they can sign up for cal fresh and they could get an additional fifty dollars that would help them towards their groceries or they might be looking for senior daycare if you will and they they want to make sure that they're their adult. Their parent is taking care of during the day by going someplace we can connect to those resources. We have fabulous new program called to one ride ride so someone has a computer they can just log onto to one right dot. Org or they can call us but it actually taps into all the transportation tation Multi County L. A. Riverside San Bernardino and Orange County that taps into what it will cost if you take a bus awesome what the routes are the train at such right and are there nonprofits who can actually come to you to pick you up or with the Trans. OC Ta with with our bus system if you actually need to have somebody who can take a wheelchair or needs to walk you up to the door a demand response what I think the adult children of those seniors would be glad to know that there's that kind of resource right one of the things things I found when I talked to baby boomers who are part of that Sandwich situation generation is that they they need to know the two one one is across the country so if they have.

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"What is happening Orange County <hes>? I don't know what's happening with you but I couldn't could use a couple of me couple of you a couple of me what happened to Thanksgiving and <hes> by the way happy Thanksgiving to Paul and John David Who's in studio with me today back. Did you guys <hes> have a good thanksgiving. Thanks you know what's great about mine. I didn't have to cook my daughter eight holding like normal condition normal situations. You actually cook. Oh I don't ever I I mean I Paul Roberts Ladies and gentlemen a man of many talents sitting corner. Where's the food by the way no I mean leftovers? I do leftovers. Oh he's giving himself applause. That's normally have everybody to my house because that's what you do in your dad and I had my used to have my aunt and my parents and my daughter and family and friends. This is the first year she and her husband bought a Condo and their little for my little grandson and they did the whole thing they bought the food they laid it out. They cleaned it up. I just showed up eight and left. I've never done that and they ended up and above the Kander for your grandson so he just lets them live there exactly but I'm bummed exactly okay so well. I'm glad you guys both had a good thanksgiving. It was it was nice and you know started as like it seemed like <hes> it was a long time ago already and it was only like a few days actually got to catch up on sleep and it was finished all the leftovers so that's how long ago okay you're just a you're just a growing boy in more ways than one but <hes> anyway so why I'm saying that I could use a bunch of me because <hes> before the show started. We were talking about how you know. Well is your networking networking king a book by John Names that what we're talking about is you're networking net working because everybody says they're networking. Everybody goes to all these networking meetings in fact this time of year you could probably triple and quadruple book yourself open one day really easy right between Christmas parties and all that stuff right invites. We're trying to come in exactly so it's really it's. It really is very easy so so I'm going to get into the background for John. John and I have known each other for a number of years <hes> <hes> we we watch each other from the other. Everybody knows everybody's this is this is the master networker right here sitting across the table again and he figured out a way to do it like that was very smooth. I would say like it's not a drag at all is actually really smooth tested him before because we have hundreds of people come through every month with all the shows do talk radio I throughout as many weird news with John with you know he was like this. I know this you probably told you something about people. You thought you knew that you didn't need it and a couple of miles trying to reaching. I said well this guy. He's so oh you mean that you mean that guy yeah. Here's here's the funny thing okay. Here's the funny thing about Orange County Orange County and John's reaches beyond Orange County but you know we all aspire to be John. John Orange County is very small place right. Yes it is it moot news travels fast. It's a teeny tiny county really in in in many ways. It's three million people but you know it's really funny because the circles overlap they do and <hes> things get hurt and things get passed on and it's it's important that when we have so little time year of course of our day and we all are social animals at the end of the day and we if you're an entrepreneur your business person. There's a certain amount of networking. That's just instinctively. You're doing all the time yes I mean. You don't even turn it off. It's twenty four seven. You're networking twenty four seven. At least you should be right and some people are natural about it. Some people people it's more of a a I think they get to learn as a skill right. <hes> it depends really I think I'm part part about your own background and how you were raised and the environment. You're in you know if you if you are one of many children I think it has an impact. If you're you went to school will that had a lot of diversity. You know it's almost like training ground right. Yes you have to get your background and I wasn't always networker. Yeah I was more of an introvert so it was a learned skill and in my my father is an engineer. I remember reading a book one time about the <hes> the art of the of small talk or something this lady engineer had put together and it was actually very very interesting to read because I don't know that I'm an introvert per se I like my quiet time but I I would say more more of an extrovert than introvert but my father is very much is classic engineer. No I was listening to this lady who I think worked for Air Air <HES> AIR <HES> many aircraft manufacturing company <HES> and she how she needed to learn how to small talk because she would go to these conferences and then all the engineers will just be sitting around on the sitting against the wall and there's nobody in the middle and high school. It was like a high school. Dan Go talk to the girl or the Guy Right yeah so <hes> anyway it was. I was kind of interesting when I was listening to that. I think that was the first time that I realized that it it was in something that was <hes> a given for everybody and yet the way society is and the way that the industry's regardless what which one it is at some point or the other in your course of your career path you find yourself in a situation where you have to actually reach. Out To to to network whether it is four suppliers only or it is across the myriad of services that are provided whether you're an outside salesperson or you're a person that has to deliver a production. There's always a certain degree of socializing Social Asian degree of your as good as your resources absolutely and and and the thing is a lot of people are uncomfortable with that initially I was uncomfortable with that so I decided to come up with a way instead of having to force myself to constantly reach out to New People new areas and and and and force myself networking I sit back and went okay. Why don't you just bring the networking to me right? Why don't I become the center of influence and bring that network to me and it's just a numbers game trying to reach got to a thousand people over the course of a week or I can bring them to you? Instead of going to that. It's it's it's it's it's it's what we refer you would refer to illnesses like not working hard but working smart exactly right and smarter because center of influence. That's what read does with Chauhan Brings People into the studio and he brings an audience to him every or through social media marketing happy for the invite after Serena Cigar with this gentleman yesterday. That's how I that's how I originally met John. Actually I had no friggin clue like like about Sir John Dud other that has these great events that are basically cigar mixers and <hes> we were talking yesterday I I ran into John Ydstie at center club and <hes> we were talking about how I actually thought his events and they we structured it. Because this is the other thing that happens with networking events. You'll go to something like latip or a <hes>. What's that other one called <hes> c._N._I.? Or Yeah thank you yeah and there's a format yeah and there's a reason for the format. I'm not knocking the format especially for people that are needing to learn the sales okay absolutely that <hes> and it is a craft. It is really a craft to do it. Successfully you have a you know the elevator pitch and you stand up and have thirty seconds to do something so forth and so by the end of the meeting. You basically just went through a lot of work. Yes and I told John It's interesting that in his events he doesn't have that much of a program per se <hes> that he just lets people organically basically connect exactly exactly the thing is and again. That's why why why I put together networking and mentioned in the book you know when I go to those number one. It's more work than what I do for a living yeah okay and I have to pay for the privilege which wasn't very good so I wanted to bring people together because one of the biggest problems is trying to break Kayce you walk into a room a networking event. You don't know anybody it's your first time and trying to break into that can be very intimidating even for the most social person and after you get gored a couple of times it's like okay. I'm just going to go sit in a corner have a drink <hes> so why not another one and another one now more depressed than everybody comes to you because you're out on the floor and got e._M._T.'s and everybody there yeah but that's not the impression you WanNa leave so I put together a format where people would remember you if you did that if you passed out drunk we don't need to hear any more of your stories. There was a time when Paul Roberts on the floor. No not that way okay well. That's a vision is that on my head the spreading myself take you to stick it to the next level. Just say Spread Eagle. That's his native native American Indian named people. Are you Irish Erkki talk about the time I was under the glass coffee table knocking to be let in Oh. That's the thing so John Make sure that make sure they expunge your list from Bowl Roberts yeah just the business card could make sure you get the idea that we're not but but but but you know what's interesting about what you were saying to. It's it's an interesting what you chose to do because there's a little bit of stigma with smoking <hes> and so what you act it just hit me when you were talking about this is that there's no breaking ice because when I walk into that Cigar Mixer Okay I'm already looking at myself as being part of a group of people that if we actually lit up somewhere else would probably be frowned upon yes and we actually get to have our own support group called the cigar business and that tax their social support social support group and there's no icebreaking because I'm very comfortable talking to you if I'm very comfortable smoking a cigar it's actually pretty funny you walk in and and and again contrast. It's the other scenario by. Can you get ten feet into the room. You're getting high fives and hugs getting pats on the back. You're getting the haze. I sure especially if you're a regular brother brother okay there's absolutely no I tell us to these things. It's not just you're going around here. Let's let's get it out on the table here. Let's lay it out for everybody. What here on this show new? What's the name of the group? How did you start it? How many let's give them how they can find? The name of the group is called Cigar Business Mixer Group. Basically it was founded nine years ago <hes> out of the need to to meet more type of people I needed to meet our high net worth individuals my specialties alternative investment strategies in the commodities market and you know we we needed to meet more of those and I wasn't doing the regular networking events. They just weren't there well. You tried that right. I tried that you know for. How long did you try before realize? It wasn't a fit for you about two years okay. You're you're locked into the people that are there and if they're not the right people oh well and you're paying for the food so I want to share something with everybody here because I think a lot of people that are on Lincoln today. Don't know this are okay. No no no no no. It's a good one a few years back okay. I don't know if people aren't gonNA realize this but you know how when you go to Lincoln you set up a profile people and you basically they select Orange County as your place of basically being recognized as being from a few years ago. That wasn't an option a few years ago that wasn't an option until a gentleman by the name of Sven he's done. Yes okay basically got live it and if you seize venue don't want him live it because he's a big guy okay but he got a little limited. Lincoln and Lincoln had just kind of started sort of right it was must have been about eight years ago. Maybe at this point right and he basically said well we setting up group saying we are Orange Orange County and we're going to petition Lincoln to add Orange County as an option for basically for you to select the location in Pittsburgh. Greater Los Angeles or San Diego Seriously San Diego gets a Greater San Diego in Orange County doesn't get its own designation..

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