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Fresh "Pasadena" from KNX Midday News with Brian Ping
"Past the four or five, and it's going to stay sluggish over towards the 1. 34 times your next report. 12 25 more traffic reports more often. Tom Frank, a next Inseventy news radio this afternoon, the beaches were looking good. 74 degrees will be your afternoon high temperatures getting into the upper seventies by the weekend and the beginning of the workweek eighties will be the story for Ellie in Orange County. This afternoon. An all weekend long, mid eighties and nineties will be what you see as we get into the workweek for the valleys were doing 89. Degrees today and into the weekend, low nineties and even upper nineties are definitely in your future over the next few days, and for the inland empire. We're doing 91 degrees this afternoon. We're up to 96 as we head towards Sunday. An upper nineties and triple digits will be your story as we get into the beginning of the workweek, lots of sunshine for the high desert today with highs around 93 degrees this afternoon. We're doing 98 by Sunday 96 as we get into Monday, and the mountains will see lots of sunshine with temperatures in the seventies, we'd selling California's most accurate and dependable forecast. I'm CBS to meteorologist Martina Brown K annexed and 70 NewsRadio. Checking some temperatures right now. Pasadena checks in at 82 degrees. Let's see. We've got toe 88 now in Chino 79 degrees, sunny skies downtown Los Angeles. At 12 17. The Trump administration is appealing a court order extending the census count through the end of October. The announcement comes just hours after a federal judge granted a request from the city of Los Angeles and other plaintiffs to.
Bus-size asteroid to zoom by Earth, ducking below satellites
"The size of a school bus will zoom by Earth tomorrow, scientists at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena Say the asteroid is believed to be between 15 and 30 FT. Long It's expected to travel 13,000 miles above the earth's surface and may pass by satellites orbiting at about 22,000 miles away from Earth. Come on
Fresh update on "pasadena" discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
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Bus-sized asteroid heading for Earth’s atmosphere
"At NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, say an asteroid the size of a school bus is zooming by Earth tomorrow, but they say it will be a safe pass and it doesn't pose a threat. The asteroid is believed to be between 15 and 30. FT. Long It's expected to travel 13,000 miles above Earth's surface. At its closest point,
Fresh "Pasadena" from KNX Evening News
"Santa Ana Margaret career O K Annex. 10 70 News Ready at City Council has announced there's a nine PM curfew tonight in San Clemente. Saito. Five time now for traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the fives. Here's Today's Fondo on the 1 10 South found little past the 91. We're just getting reports of a fire and this is a grass fire. Just off the roadway. So fire Department, of course, is on the way there and it looks like we have a new problem in Pasadena. And this is on the tube. Jenny Span is you're coming up on lake. We've got some debris. Looks like large debris in the right lane. Could be an appliance on the 2 10 eastbound just before Lake again In the far right lane. We still have that flare reported close to the right lane on there, too tinny. Spend it, Sunlen, So we're hoping to see a break in traffic soon. And get that out of your way. Your next report 8 15 more traffic reports were often I'm Denise Fonda in the SD CCU 24 hour Traffic Center K Next 10 70 NewsRadio fifties and sixties tonight another day tomorrow in the seventies eighties and low nineties right now at L. A x 66 degrees. 78 right now In chance.
Bus-size asteroid to zoom by Earth, ducking below satellites
"The size of a school bus zooming by Earth tomorrow. But scientists at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, say it'll be a safe pass and doesn't pose any threat. The asteroid is believed to be between 15 and 30. FT. Long it's expected to travel 13,000 miles above Earth Service at its closest point. It'll also end up near satellites orbiting about 22,000 miles away from the planet.
Fresh "Pasadena" from KNX Evening News
"They're prepared to sue the district with help from two activist groups, Parents revolution and innovate. Public schools. Groups that work to point out disparities between raised in education school never provided any instructions on how to access Aaron's passes in assignments so we could not access any of the online learning platforms, one mom talking about the experience through an interpreter since school. It'd again. Erin does not receive enough time with her teacher. She has three life classes a day that lasts for about 30 minutes. Each way, USD has responded to can X with a statement says it hasn't been served with a lawsuit but is aware of the parents complaints and acknowledges enormous challenges in this pandemic is the district works to bridge the digital divide in downtown L. A Craig figure can extend 70 news radio. Coming up in four minutes here on can't accept getting used to getting back to school in Orange County. Right now. Traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the fives and let's get you over to Daddy's Fondo. We've got a sigalert for South 1 10 north found the gauge off ramp is blocked by a crash. So it looks like stage. He's gonna need a little time to get this one completely off the roadway. And again. This is out of the main line on the off ramp wanted Northam, Right. Engage an industry. We're still waiting for a break. 60 west before the six l five. Be careful, there's a big rig. I reported in your left lane in Montebello. We have a wreck on the 60 east before San Gabriel Real Boulevard, hoping to see this one cleared pretty soon some debris reported in the number two lane from that one. And right at the Riverside Interchange. We've got a new rec reported on the 60. This is on the eastbound side as you come up on the 91. So right at the interchange, you've gotta crash reported there in the number three lane. Next report. 7 45, with more traffic reports more often. I'm Denise Fonda in the SD CCU 24 hour Traffic Center K Next 10 70 NewsRadio. Tonight's low is getting down into the fifties and sixties, windy in our mountains tomorrow seventies eighties and low nineties with the dry heat. Triple digits returned to our valleys on Sunday. Right now, it just 83 degrees in South Pasadena, Van Nuys, 80 to 68 Manhattan Beach at 7 36 its premiere on the Kelly Clarkson Show, and we've got music's biggest stars all week.
Magnitude 4.5 Earthquake Strikes Near South El Monte In Los Angeles Area
"As if there weren't enough issues with pandemics and wild fires. A preliminary 4.5 magnitude earthquake struck the Los Angeles area, according to the U. S Geological Society. The quick was centered less than two miles west southwest of South El Monte. The focal point of the earthquake was thesis Location has a magnitude 5.9. Whittier Narrows Earthquake in 1987. The quake is one of the largest to hit the Los Angeles Basin. In the last five years. There were reports felt in La Habra, Long Beach, Oxnard, Ontario, Pasadena and near the Beverly Hills area, as well as other regions throughout L. A county. There have been no reports of damages or injuries around the city of L. A.
Fresh "Pasadena" from KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens
"Expected their next report. 5 45, with more traffic reports were often I'm Denise Fonda in the S T. C c u 24 Hour Traffic Center K Next 10 70 NewsRadio Sunny near normal cooling into tomorrow and maybe that holds for Saturday Sunday. It does not. We bring the temperature's up Sunday and Into next week. It is our next heat wave next week, five day forecast. 5 45 Pasadena. Right now it's 88 degrees Long Beach 76 in Fullerton, 82. It's 5 37 doctors across the country or warning parents about an extremely dangerous even deadly social media challenge that's circulating among.
3 Los Angeles area deaths linked to Labor Day weekend heat wave
"We now know the record breaking heat wave over the long weekend. Was a deadly one corners. Officials have determined that he'd exposure played a role in the deaths of at least three people believed to be homeless. The dust of other homeless people over the holiday weekend remain under investigation. Environmental heat exposure is listed as a significant factor in the deaths of two men one in downtown, the other in south L. A. A woman died of hypothermia in South Pasadena. We really dropped the ball during the vicious heat wave. Andy Bales, CEO of the Union Rescue Mission on Skid Row, issued pleas for help that weekend too local Politicians and religious leaders to open malls, churches, even parking ramps to provide some relief for people living on the streets. The Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza was turned into a cooling center in the middle of the heatwave. There were no cooling centers in the downtown area. No comment from Mayor Eric Garcetti. I believe we did have an abject failure not only to address the heat over that weekend, but even addressing the smoke now L. A Councilman Bob Blumenfield yesterday introduced a motion seeking protocols for opening Relief centers and calling for more
Los Angeles Councilman Seeks to Establish Protocol for Smoke Relief Centers
"Record breaking heat wave We suffer through on the Labor Day weekend. Turn deadly coroner's officials have determined that he'd exposure played a role in the deaths of at least three people believed to be homeless. The dust of other homeless people over the holiday weekend remain under investigation. Environmental heat exposure is listed as a significant factor in the deaths of two men one in downtown, the other in south L. A. A woman died of hypothermia in South Pasadena. We really dropped the ball during the vicious heat wave. Andy Bales, CEO of the Union Rescue Mission on Skid Row, issued pleas for help that weekend to local police. Titian's and religious leaders to open malls, churches, even parking ramps to provide some relief for people living on the streets. The Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza was turned into a cooling center in the middle of the heatwave. There were no cooling centers in the downtown area. No comment from Mayor Eric Garcetti. I believe we did have an abject failure not only to address the heat over that weekend, but even addressing the smoke now, Ella Councilman Bob Blumenfield yesterday introduced a motion seeking protocols for opening smoke. Leif Centers and calling for more of them.
Los Angeles - Pasadena police increase patrols, citing weekend violence
"In violent crime in Pasadena now, prompting police to increase our patrols for the next several weeks. Assaults with deadly weapons and Pasadena 40%. Compared to last year. Just this weekend, there was a fatal stabbing a car to car shooting and another shooting at a local park that left two people critically injured. He's also been a spike in overdose deaths that appear to be related to opioids.
Jay Beever, Embraer, and Designing Luxury
"Jay. You're an interesting guy because your proof that talent and innovation can cross pollinate different professional fields. But let's start at the beginning talk about cars. Where'd you start such a fun story? I. Think there is something that can benefit a lot of people because sometimes we have a mentality that we can't do something if we're not trained or degreed in a certain skill set in that regard I always had a dream of being a car designer automotive designer it started because of my own Ed Richter and his wife k they own studebaker. Rare student bakers like the Rock, any Newt Rodney the famous Nordic football coach and that particular studebaker in thirty two and thirty three head a version with a rumble seat. The back of the seat would open up and you can sit back there. Well, he owns one original condition. They still drive it to this day and I remember as a child going to their home and peaking in the garage and not only was the rock. Ni there. But hiding around the corner three cars wide a commander in another student bigger from thirty three in disheveled but yet al capone gangster looking. Need to be restored in the Shadows Bee's, and it was inspiring and he has since restored that commanders well, beautiful cars that led to a journey of understanding Raymond lowy and his influence with the star liner and and everything else that he did outside of automotive everything from the coke bottle two steamships, the example of cross industry designed capability, and how they can learn from each other. So those automobiles and being so enthralled with the shapes and forms and the mysterious nature of them. Of course, because they are stuck in a garage was always a thrill being in the big three capital. Detroit suburbs knowing some ankles at work for the car companies and my mother worked for crain communications and she was a key line artists which was related graphic design page layout for making magazines back before digital publishing back when we had use razor blades and wax I've got some razor blades stories she would come home that's the articles in the early days of graphic storytelling, pie charts, and that stuff before the Mac really did it well, for us I got to watch all that and it was all related automotive interesting thing was like billing model airplanes World War Two model airplanes. Give me a B seventeen, b twenty, nine, b twenty, four I would recommend them get another kit and build it again, sometimes melt holes in the side of the single to a bottom of. So aerospace was like the carnal thing inside waiting to come out, but it was going to be cars. So I did I ended up in the car business I used to take my mom's take from those key lining page layout days with exacto blades in Pinstripe, my nine hundred and fifty seven Chevy matchbox car, and that was six years old playing with exacto blades if you can imagine that. Better than matches I guess. But maybe not much. Those, always stayed with me. So from graphics, you can make something look different to designing a car. All of this is really about transportation design being thrilled with things that move. So that was kind of the start of it, but I couldn't afford Zion College I would have loved to have gone to CCS, I spent a couple of summer classes in graphic in other types of designs like pottery, Constanza, pottery as. A kid but it's learning POW powdery Auto Detroit on the why am I being exposed to this? But then there's incredible community college in mccomb county they're outside Detroit and they had a great drafting program. My opportunity to get into the big three was through drafting go. This is great. Fell in love with in high school, and now I can have a career doing this. So went into drafting CAD design hired. At Ford, Motor Company in Nineteen ninety-three as an intern doing cad purity aided design drafting and three D. modelling, and that's when that stuff was really just coming on board it used to be guys had to draw. So you were at the forefront of that new technology in many ways going back to the drawing real quick I think the thing that helps the most even to this day is understanding what A. French curve can do and a large spine. One of my projects at the college was to create an body car, GM car body side, and three different views, projecting the points in three different orthographic views and make the arc continuously perfectly smooth accelerated curves were necessary in all of us so that you could inevitably put that on aluminum plates that was a hard way to go but it was fun. So then. We get into Ford and they had their own homegrown computer system called the PG S and that was done on these lundy tubes that were tube TV's really with light pens and we stroke the light pens on the screen and rotate things around, and there's a little keyboard tracking our time talk about ours disappear quickly when you're building things I couldn't have thought I could of ended in a better career exam. Making something from nothing into three D. and having it show up on the road someday. So I really liked that approach to design design engineering though I hadn't had the opportunity to actual industrial designer transportation design school like you'd find in Pasadena Arts Center or
Family files claim after man killed in officer-involved shooting in Pasadena, Los Angeles
"Death of a man who ran from Pasadena Police during a recent traffic stop justified. Lawyers for the family alleged, in part that there are problems with how the city's officers are trained. The father of Anthony MacLean, a young black man shot to death August 15th of this year by a passage in a police officer. Has taken the first steps to sue the police department and the city of Pasadena after McLane's father and just break me down, I don't see no reason why I should have been shot in the back and killed. I don't know if I can live with this develops in my life. Anthony McLane was in a vehicle that was pulled over for no front plate and pretended windows. For some reason he ran. He's losing out on a son for the rest of his life. Because of a trigger happy officer. Family attorney Michael Corio says that McClain did not have a weapon on him, even though Pasadena police have said one was recovered from the scene in Pasadena. Craig figure can extend 70 News Radio Can X has
Family files claim against City of Pasadena, Los Angeles, after man killed in officer-involved shooting
"A family of a black man who was shot to death by a Pasadena officer is taking action against the department. They are alleging that bad officer training led to the wrongful death of an unarmed person. Ah and, ah, that's what they're alleging. The Pasadena Police Department put on notice that they face a civil and federal civil rights lawsuit over the shooting death of a black man who happened to be a passenger in a car that was pulled over earlier this month. The reason that they pulled over the driver in this case was for no front license plate and tinted windows. Why did they have to get the people inside the vehicle out? The people in the car were Frist. Anthony McLane ran an officer chased him ultimately shot him. Why did this officer not have his bodycam footage on? Why did he turn it on halfway through after he shot and killed. What was Anthony saying to the officer at that moment, will never know their claim against the city and the police department here in Pasadena also says that officers delayed medical attention to Anthony McClane after he was shot in the back in
Airbnb Says It's Removed More Than 50 Los Angeles Properties Over Party Ban
"The party is over as Faras Airbnb is concerned, the short term rental company says it's delisted 50 Los Angeles County properties from its platform when it announced an indefinite ban on parties at the homes. Addresses aren't listed you to privacy. But Airbnb says the large homes are in L, a Malibu, Glendora, Hacienda Heights, Pasadena and other areas. This move comes after more cities like Ella have begun cracking down on parties and mansions or corona virus. Health orders are simply being Ignored
Turn the Page
"Kate How's life? Dory. Will first of all today in the New York Times Crossword? Yes. As now as now I'm an expert doing, Oh, I know what you're. GonNa say go on and I woke I woke up this morning to texts from a listener that was just like I can't wait for you to see the New York Times crossword like thirty two across and I was like, oh Six thirty in the morning, I'm like frantically getting onto the New York Times crossword thing. And it says. Skin care product and I was like Oh my God what and so it was five letters and so I just wrote in serum but then it turns out that was wrong. It was not serum but it was one of my other favorite products toner I know. I was GONNA say spoiler but I know sorry too late every it hustle away I mean whatever I also was like, ooh, maybe it's serum. But Alas. I mean, I even was self absorbed enough to think maybe the person who wrote this listens to the podcast and this is like a super secret Easter Egg. Listen, I had like the you are a writer. New York Times crosswords. Send us a smoke signal in across shorts will shortz if you're out there hydrating. Face. Hit US. Doesn't do all the players Mahjong themed crossword not too long ago. A really yeah. Did you feel like that was assigned to you the yes? Definitely. was made for me. I'm gene okay. I survived or my family made it through the first day of one hundred percent distance learning at home. You know shoutout teachers shut up parents and Guardians shutout school administrators everyone who works at schools I mean just shout out to everybody. But so great. Because We did it and They had a really good day. And I mentioning it because I went to trader Joe's for the first time in approximately six months Ah-ha. I hadn't been to TJ's like TJ's near me. All the teachers are tiny, but a new one opened up. Who never experienced new TJ's before. But I was like I'm doing it. I'm going to trader Joe's. I use the excuse that we needed frozen being Tuxedos and then I got there and I was like well, I'll load up my cart with like eight thousand bags of truffle flavor things. But it was. So it felt so good to be back in a trader Joe's I. Don't know how why to explain I I don't know how to explain why like the experience of a specific grocery store feels. Like being with an old lover or something. Do. You know what I mean. I was like Oh right My main goes strips are like, yes the frozen lot. Just. All, the TJ's and the things that we love in my house I stocked up on. So many snacks because story now everyone in my home like. We're all there and we're all kind of like in work mode like you know summer is over and we must provide. School lunch for her children during the day and I don't know why it feels different from lunch any other time but it just does yeah I hear that. I stocked up on. FROZEN SOUP dumplings, they'll eat those sound good. I. Mean I just was like, what can I serve these creatures for lunch. I made a little favor them today with. Charmed, charmed by and then I heard my lake second grader telling her teacher on zoom about it like we had a buffet for lunch which was really like I took out snap peas put them in a bowl I opened Hamas I caught up some pita bread. But it felt like a win and I'll take any win. I can get right now Louis. So that's what I'm to I literally eight. So many TJ snacks today just for the pure pleasure I'm jealous. A-. Have truffle potato chips that were so good. I, had never seen them before. I had a Pasadena Salad from them. I mean I just Tj it hard all day just like strictly trader Joe's and so into this for you. Yeah. Yeah. Thank you. I'm into it too and I also want to note that they have like new hand soap trader Joe's. we've never talked about really about a hand soap on this podcast and I feel like it is something I could I like kind of I don't WanNa say horrid I don't like misuse that term but I stock up on a lot of hand soap. But I'm a sucker for a sleek bottle and certain smells and I. Do feel like hand soap is an item where like I splurged on a fancy hand soap and I'm wondering is that a thing is that a scam like fancy hand soap the same as just like a regular trader Joe's Hanso with just a fancy name. Sores there's something special about a fancy hand well, okay. I think the answer is yes and no. So. So it's like a scam one can get behind. Yes. So like I love the smell of a sob hand soap, it is right ridiculously expensive like it's obscenely expensive I did splurge on it once and I was really happy. And then I just kind of stopped buying it because I was like. This is sort of ridiculous like I was kind of embarrassed even though I did really enjoy it but I think. It for me it has to be like, okay, this is like the thing I'm splurging on right now you know what I mean if you have one thing that you splurge on, maybe it's a night cream maybe it's a Sierra maybe it's hand soap. Maybe you don't spend on anything but like if you splurge on something. That that would be my thing for the month or something
Los Angeles - Rolling Power Outages Impact Southern California Throughout The Weekend
"Southern California Firefighters still battling several wildfires around Ella not helped by a heat wave. That's also meant rolling power outages. Power was out in South Pasadena. It was in the dark. This after California Yes. Oh, the independence is an operator ordered rolling blackouts across the state in order to stabilize the state's power
Locals Trying To Escape Extreme Heat, Prep For More Rolling Power Outages in Los Angeles
"Else, it's the weather Southern California weather in a word is hot, Strong Ridge of high pressure is going to result in some more hot weather and also an elevated fire risk heading towards the start of next week. There's a heat advisory up until nine PM Sunday for the Los Angeles County Coast. With highest highest between between between 90 90 90 and and and 100 100 100 for for for the the the Los Los Los Angeles Angeles Angeles County County County valleys valleys valleys and and and also also also for for for the the the San San San Fernando Fernando Fernando in in in Santa Santa Santa Clarita Clarita Clarita and and and San San San Gabriel Gabriel Gabriel valleys valleys valleys and and and excessive excessive excessive he he he warning warning warning until 9 p.m. Wednesday with highs between 101 110 the next several days and for the Antelope Valley. There's an excessive heat warning until 9 p.m. On Thursday. High temperatures across the Antelope Valley make it as high as 111 degrees. I'm meteorologist Jeff Marquet. Next in 70 news ready and we may hit 111 in the San Fernando or San Gabriel Valley is well, let's see. Right now. We have 111 degrees in San Bernardino in Chatsworth. It is 107 degrees and let's see her Pasadena. 106 degrees. Not exactly walking. Whether is it 4 31 No Flex alert has been called for today, but it's still a possibility. It's one step before a power emergency. That's what we we saw saw Friday Friday with with rolling rolling blackouts. blackouts. The The power power grid grid just just couldn't couldn't take take it. it. California's California's independent independent systems systems operator operator will will make make the the call. call. If If we we have have another another alert alert or or emergency. emergency. Today, Today, they'll go ahead and take a look at supply and demand. You know that that is always a possibility. In terms of you know, they see an issue with the overall grid. Southern California Edison spokesman Robert Vega's is urging people Shut off extra lights and not use heavy appliances during the hottest part of the day, and that can help ease the potential for any sort of equipment issued due to the heat into the tremendous demand that's on the system, so conservation on the part of customers is something that can help us prevent some outages at the local level, he says. People won't automatically be notified if their area is going to be in a rolling blackout, But people can't sign up for notifications. Emily Valdas can extend
Los Angeles - State Resolves Issue With Computer System That Tracks Coronavirus Cases; Officials Expect To See Surge In Cases In Pasadena
"California, a computer glitch and recording the Corona virus has been fixed. But it will likely revealed the harsh truth of the surging case Numbers there. Jeff knew in of KCBS TV has more. California officials say the problems with the state's computer system that tracks covert 19 cases has been solved, and they expect to see a surge in infection numbers. In cities like Pasadena. Dr Yang Eun Go is the director of Public Health, please 15 years old. That's before the iPhone existed.
Are You Putting on Enough Sunscreen?
"As I record this, it is August which here in the northern hemisphere means hours of outdoor time under the blazing summer Sun. But even though many of us do wear sunscreen to help prevent sunburn skin cancer and the kind of skin damage that the beauty industry calls premature aging recent researches found that we're not applying that sunscreen is thickly as we should hang its effectiveness by about forty percent. Sunscreen is rated for Sun Protection factor or SPF WITH SPF thirty able to block ninety, seven percent of ultraviolet rays, the higher, the SPF, the greater the protection although even SPF one hundred doesn't block one hundred percent of UV light. The problem according to this recent research out of University College. London is that few of US US enough sunscreen to enjoy those high levels of protection. Lead author entity young explained to US via email that to calculate ratings in the lab. Sunscreen is applied thickness of two milligrams of product per each square centimeter of skin. He said, an average woman has about one point, seven square meters or eighteen point three square feet of skin for a whole body sunscreen she will need about thirty three grams or one point. One fluid ounces with three whole body applications a day that's about one hundred grams or three point four fluid ounces. For reference, a fluid ounces roughly equivalent to a shot glass of sunscreen and a large tube of sunscreen holds eight fluid ounces of product. So a person spending a full day in the Sun should use about half a tube by themself. Are you using that much sunscreen probably not young and his colleagues estimate that our real life application of Sunscreen is closer to about point seven five milligrams per square centimeter at less than forty percent of the recommended thickness as a result or not getting anything close to the ninety seven percent protection promised on a bottle of SPF. Thirty. The good news from young study is that you can get away with using less product with SPF of fifty or higher. They found that even the real world application rate of point seven, five milligrams of sunscreen per square centimeter if using SPF, fifty provided considerable DNA protection compared to untreated skin. So does that mean that you should run out and buy the most expensive SPF one hundred or spread your regular SPF thirty as thick as cream cheese on a BAGEL. We also spoke with Ivy Lee a board certified dermatologist based in Pasadena California who explained that you could. But that the best daily Sun Protection Strategy is to keep it realistic. Lee, said I tell my patients to go for the highest SPF possible. That feels good on the skin for daily use. How do you know you're really applying two milligrams per square centimeter? No one knows we don't want to induce anxiety over this we want to build healthy habits. Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the United States and exposure to ultra-violet or UV. Light is a risk factor for all types of cancer including melanoma more than nine thousand, three, hundred Americans die for melanoma every year. UNPROTECTED EXPOSURE TO UV light damages the DNA and skin cells leaving them more susceptible to skin cancer DNA damage can result from either a few severe sunburns or a lifetime of cumulative sun exposure. Incredibly the American, Academy of Dermatology reports that getting just five or more blistering sunburns between the ages of fifteen and twenty will increase your overall melanoma risk by percents. and. Lee says that although skin cancer is less prevalent in people of color exposure to UV, light can also cause premature aging they sunscreen use will slow the appearance of wrinkles and age spots for all skin tones. Healthy sun-protection habits include avoiding sun exposure during the peak between ten am to two PM wearing a wide brimmed hat and sunglasses went outside and full sun, and of course, applying sunscreen on all exposed skin even in overcast conditions. For full coverage, Lee recommends starting the day with a cream or lotion type sunscreen preferably fifteen to thirty minutes before you step outside. Instead of measuring out of full shot glass of product, Lee tells her clients to think of applying sunscreen like a massage or can fully into the skin without missing a spot since body sizes vary and product spread. Differently there's no preset amount that works for everyone. Lease suggests reserving spray or powder type sunscreen for fast reapplication on the go the ideal is to reapply every two hours but lease as a more realistic plan is to reapply around lunchtime if you're going to be out all day. If you're heading out on water sanders snow more frequent applications are required because UV rays reflect off of those surfaces. According to Lee it's a myth that you can't burn the palms of your hands or the soles of your feet. Also, tablets and other hand held devices reflect UV light too. So pick a shady spot if you're going to spend some time in the sun scrolling.
Origin Stories: Joe Coulombes Quirky Legacy at Trader Joes
"From wondering I'm David. Brown and this is business wars daily on this Monday August third. During the pandemic, the news has been rushing by faster than a bullet train. It's easy to get caught up in the daily news overlook the big picture. So this week we're taking a little step back in looking at the origin stories of some of America's most iconic companies I in our series trader. Joe's it's founder Joe Colom died in. March, at the age of eighty nine trader Joe's of course, is the neighborhood grocery chain that transformed millions of people, shoppers, and employees alike into cult-like fans. The impact of his markets has been so significant that the Washington Post called Coloma cultural icon there's no trader Joe's near You well, let me. Step back for just a second and tell you the story. It was nineteen, sixty, seven Joe Coolum. Thirty seven had built a chain of eighteen convenience stores in California when gigantic seven eleven came along and he realized he couldn't compete according to the New York Times. The had to find something else to do one day. Kulam read that sixty percent of young people who were qualified to go to college. We're going thank you GI bill. He also read that Boeing was building a plane, the seven, thirty seven that would give more people the opportunity to travel overseas the assumed more international travel would make Americans pallets more adventurous New York Times reported. The idea for trader Joe's a store with fresh produce, sophisticated flavors and good wine affordable prices was born he opened the first one in Pasadena California that year famously Kulon conceived of Trader Joe's is a store for the quote over educated and underpaid his stores would serve budding foodies who wanted something more than they could get it typical supermarkets but who couldn't pay a fortune for it and something? More was what he built quirky stores with. South. Seas flair shelves stocked with Exotic Cheeses and gourmet foods from other countries and eventually natural foods and organic produce. He also trained cashiers to be both friendly and authentic a tradition that continues. So strongly today that following colognes death one woman tweeted name one mental health professional that could teach me as much about emotional intimacy as a trader. Joe's cashier. The hawaiian-shirted workers often seem so unusually pleasant that people ask why they seem so happy. It isn't simply good customer service training that accounts for the smile. It's no Colom also believed in treating employees well, today according to the trader Joe's claims that its workers are among the industry's best compensated employees they receive annual raises ranging from seven to ten percent health insurance starts on. Day One more than one person tweeted that trader Joe's covered health crises that other companies would likely not such as the woman who claimed that her colleague faced a two million dollar bill for brain cancer treatments. But with trader, Joe's health insurance he paid nothing as the A. P. noted, many workers have stayed with trader Joe's for decades in an industry marked by high turnover. From colognes ethics good food at affordable prices came hundreds of store brand items like Granola in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, two unheard of cookie butter and frozen Mac and cheese
Los Angeles - Fatal Pasadena fire blamed on electrical malfunction
"NewsRadio Fatal fired Pasadena apartment complex that killed a four year old boy and injured his brother and mother was apparently caused by faulty wiring in the building. Arson investigators went through the wreckage of the apartment on Washington Boulevard in Summit Avenue for hours. Pasadena Fire Department spokesperson leased the dairy in said the fires, point of origin was tied. Wiring leading into a refrigerator at the unit, and the fire quickly spread, endangering the lives of all who were inside. Unfortunately, the four year old male who was inside the unit when our fire personnel arrived within four minutes of the initial call the mom and the other son, three year old male in the 29 year old female them on on the lawn. It's still not clear of smoke alarm for
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"The vice mayor of Pasadena says he wants an investigation into that city's public health response to nursing homes and other long term care facilities the vast majority of the more than sixty corona virus related deaths in the city of involved the space facilities Tyron Hampton said of the council meeting this week he had asked in March about what the city would do about nursing homes he said nothing happened then debated with councilman Margaret my gosh your people are dying okay maybe it's fine with you I would you know but people are dying in overtime that's right I said multiple times that they need to shut the location down where the city's public health director Dr Ying Goh said her department has in fact taken action to protect long term care facility residents something California schools going to have to spend big sums to protect kids and ensure social distancing once classes finally return the head of the American federation of teachers Randi Weingarten tells can actually things classes will have to be staggered throughout the day have to be you know hard enough so that kids are not sitting right on top of each other they're sitting five six feet away if you look at the average class so you're talking about twelve or fifteen kids you're not talking about thirty or forty kids so if you're doing that in places that are overcrowded already you're going to have to stagger the school day she says her union is demanding two hundred and fifty billion dollars for school districts across the nation in the next ambulance bill to help pay for all the changes needed to re open campuses the federation is out with a twenty page document detailing all the safety protocols needed to re open schools safely one of the main proposals a system to test trace in isolate new cases should be of Newport beach has partially reopened its beaches reopening for active recreational use went into effect today with approval from state officials approved activities under the plan include walking running surfing kayaking and similar activities sunbathing in games like volleyball volleyball are prohibited beach parking lots will remain closed surveys indicate that Long Beach residents are ready to re open parts of the local economy and ramp up the recreational opportunities as well and at the top of the list beach bike paths and parking lots for parks although right now people can enjoy some ocean activities people can traverse the Santa to get to the water for a paddle boarding or kayaking but you can't really congregate on the beach at Long Beach councilwoman Suzie price says golf courses and tennis courts should also be considered priorities for re opening and within a few days the city could allow some low risk businesses like flower shops to get rolling again batik type retail I think it's identified as capability of curbside pickup she's hoping that stage three businesses like restaurants would start gearing up within a couple of weeks but her colleague councilwoman Stacy Mungo Flanagan says they're working on getting things open where we're headed in the right direction and I expect a notice from the health officer in the next day or two regarding our recreational opportunities meantime Long Beach is trying to increase testing capacity for the corona virus John Baird can extend seventy newsradio cargo traffic at the port of Los Angeles remains at about eighty percent of normal for this time of year unfortunately less cargo means fewer jobs long sure labor's ships at the port of Los Angeles are down at this juncture by nineteen percent port executive director Jean Soroka says they moved six hundred eighty nine thousand shipping container units in the month of April which was six percent below last year it was however a significant increase from March looking down line to the remainder of this year's second quarter he says they see twenty eight void sailings which is a tremendous number yielding softness in the market through the months of may and June Soroka says retail continues to delay postpone or in some cases cancel orders he doesn't see any real noticeable uptick in traffic until the fourth quarter of the year and that's based on the re opening of the economy Margaret Carrero can extend seventy news radio Los Angeles county sheriff's department is reporting that ninety six of its employees and two hundred and four inmates have tested positive for the corona virus since the start of the pandemic two hundred and six employees are currently quarantined more than a thousand have already returned to work of the inmates who tested positive one hundred forty one remain in custody in isolation fifty seven remain in custody but have been recovered but have recovered now and six were released from custody.
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"And I just let her has in his letter have ash and I was like these are talking. My wedding's what it was like my dad's body wasn't even cold yet. Like this was like and it says in the caption what a Viking traumatic thing that we had to turn like sadness and joy with us like quake weddings is operatives. Visa'S GONNA run out so we wouldn't get fucking kicked out of the country like new although we're in the middle of a sucking pandemic how dare you I go and your bio says you're the daughter of a king. Your Daddy's girl like I am imagined the pain. Imagine Your Dad dropping dead in front of you. Were you thinking about getting the covers. Fuck you I think. The king she was referring to was no it was it was That's what I thought too. But it was about her dad. 'cause I was like and then it was like a whole it was like something else and then a separate thing and I was like. Is this Jesus or her dad. But it I think she'll get on the Internet. I refer to Jeff as my husband sometimes because I say we're domestic partners again only. Og people know this because either like Oh yeah. They're you know they're they're supposed to get married Italy this year. We've been on a wild rollercoaster. Some women's semi mischievous I think this woman had no idea who it was she was. I'm a new follower and I just think it's disgusting that you've hidden your wedding photos from us. What you ashamed or or a Youtube Uji to show anybody their wedding that you had. I was like a squeeze me no. She didn't man. You must be like just following me. Five minutes Oh. This isn't legally my husband yet. We try to get married three times and like everything shitty has happened. I was like way to me. I was flattered by it because I was like this woman is so invested in my life that she thinks I'm hiding my wedding photos. She's like I got.
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"Badger them today. And I'm probably like what you're like. Okay I'll pike cast now's it. He's like eight hours. What if it's going to be like you know the scene from love? Actually where your friend was just videotaping you. Because we're like madly in love with you guy workers at the situation like a best case scenario. You find out that your friends madly in love with you forever. You like Oh fuck. I'm never going to get this footage but like it was interesting so when we first somebody else had you know connected us through instagram. And you know we live in this world world where you know adult women. We always become friends on the Internet. Which I'm so here for but your story was so interesting. She you're marrying this Italian guy and you've lost your dad and you're living at home with your mom and your in a very creative field and you're kind of a boss bitch like running your own clothing line and and doing the damn thing and it was just so interesting. I was like my God. We literally are having the same days because at the time I found you about a year half ago I was living at home with my mom before I moved back to New York. I'm engaged the Italian stallion by data. Just Donald like what the fuck is happening. This is so crazy that we have a ton of mutual friends from L. A. And and I just love your story but I just think it's cool to have these open honest conversation because I'll tell you my followers will reach out and say so. Many women are in our situation where they lost a parent loss. A loved one. And it's interesting dealing with it as an adult and kind of navigating these things like I run my own business. I somehow have to take care of my living parent and make sure that they're okay. I also want to feel like. Oh my God Jeff. Jeff Oh jeff comes in high real quick. What's wearing his basket. I'm surprised you didn't get a bulldog. Will we try to eat a bulldog? Okay my listeners. Know we've been trying to rescue through. We talked about by the way my cousin out of nowhere on Saturday goes so you're friends with heather. By the way all the women in past the the our friends from New Orleans. First of all a cindy her best friend me ball who lives in Alabama are so fucking obsessed with you and when I talked to my screen shot that we talked like all the most amazing women around I for like what's blood coming out of their eyeballs. That we were friends. Your friend's name is meatball ball. She lives in. I don't know she got that nickname at some point in time. I don't even know her real name is Bernard I'm fucking cheek. Jeff wanted to name our alcohol and I said Adam Sandler already has a French name. Meet Bali is a meatball and I was like. I don't want to be on balls out in the dog park. Must go Rigatoni like I was like we can still doing Italian Pasta. Bullish stick with. That's so funny and also my cousin was like your friends with other and I was a kid she goes. People are really giving her a lot of shift forgetting that puppy like. Why can't they just leave her? The fucking Oh. It's so funny well. It's only new followers. Oh Jeez or like this has been trying to adopt a God damn dog for the last six years. Yeah that's what I don't like about new followers. Don't roll up on my page and tell me how to live my life to scroll back a little bit a little bit of research about if I wanted.
"pasadena" Discussed on Absolutely Not
"You are tuning in you know. I've been very open and honest and raw and really just like real about the situation with losing my father and I know you've talked about on your podcast and I hope you don't mind just bringing us. Oh No we matt. What's going on in our lives so wildly parallel total APN away. You're married to authentic Italian. I'm hearing like Newark Italian. But he thinks he's like I am finish off the boat. You live at home at your mom's house right own jeff and I are moving into my mother's home and you got married in the backyard. I chew might be having a wedding in the backyard so just update email kind of your journey in the last. You know couple years of losing your dad moving home with your mom marrying the Italian like all of that. If you don't mind catching and I'll do it quick. 'cause it's like a really fucking insane shit. Storm was living in New York working for a very big Italian suiting. Company moved there to pay his dues to work. Really hard to eventually like his goal was to move to Umbria Which is like a very small town in the middle of Italy where with umbro shorts shorts actually opposite where Francis is from and I mean it's beautiful and he's wearing his company and we have kind of like would break up because he was so cute as Hungary with my mom the other and he's like you know Mama I was so work focused and I'm looking at a love this woman but I'm like how am I going to bring this woman into this world like because literally. Brunello will the copy of company. Where from real good? Shelly is so elegant. So conservative knocks. Oh conservative but like very like very Italian. Yeah and he's one of the most honorable legendary elegant fabulous man like on this planet. He's like a Georgia Armani like it's unbelievable and what he does or his people and the people who work there and the way he operates of course. I doubt his dream to work next to him. And I'd like just launched and we got engaged which was like a weird. I was like we gotta break up and he was like you're right. We gotta break up and then three days later rear like we have to get married like we can't happening works so we did that with no plan so we got engaged we went to Italy to like how many meet his family and he proposed to me and then he went to work and I didn't seem like two months and I was like we. What the fuck are we going to do? And I was like living in an apartment in Venice. He and my dad were obsessed with each other and he was like okay. They're gonNA give me this job offer like you're GONNA move to Italy and for a couple weeks. I was like okay okay. I'm moving Italy do laundry in hanging outside and I was like what would I do there? You'd like you'll you'll have my babies and I was like alone like and then like all those things started hitting me like I don't speak the language it's an incredibly conservative community like. I'm so loud and put my foot in my mouth all the time like I've worked since I turned twelve and could legally work job and now I'm not work all day long. And what would that mean for like my mental health and then we're trying to get a job in Italy's actually sort of impossible. Michael. It's impossible. She was like I'm a nurse and JD. Recertified like six times and is now ten years later able to a nurse so it's not easy just as hard as it for other people to come into our country and work is just as hard for us to go to other countries. They're like we. We don't have jobs no. They don't have jobs at all when you could work with the company and I was like well. How does it feel? Kinda like they're doing some sort favor. Rano Damian like I WANNA be hired because I'm good at that job and meanwhile like lv had just launched as a party brand like Diplo Lake showed up at our launch party and dominate. That point like you didn't have instagram. Like you weren't even allowed to post instrument. I'm just like doing drugs like in the La Times. You know what I mean. You're making like pleasure pants which I do here. And you're just like fucking thriving I'm GonNa Crop Top some fo pants like in Venice Beverly Change. It's been three years now I live in Pasadena and still limit is your truth. It's your journey. Oh yes we all make friends with the girls. And then you're like you know. Chilling the canals. I gotTa go God. Damnit who job here. I don't understand is I never did. I don't get the canals. There's a lot of mosquitoes I don't get it but I would be in Pasadena right there with you and now you're staying home. Stay in safe but also not necessarily staying sober then. You Need D. H. M. Detox. Guess what there are no days wasted after drinking with my favorite little tool d. h. m. detox. I mean. Listen. We all got to take care of ourselves. We all get to stay home. 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"pasadena" Discussed on Absolutely Not
"Conversations to come. New Episodes of with wet are available every Tuesday on all platforms. It's interesting I don't know you are but I turned thirty three this year and I've realized there's like the mind body connection of me. Listen to my body like I know of. I don't get enough sleep or like when I'm on the road if I don't take XYZ. Before I go to bed or I don't take like fucking I'll shut down all shut down. I will shut the fuck your age and it. Just we've gotten to that point. Yeah I mean I can't and now it's interesting you said you know you're trying to get pregnant. I went to the doctor recently because I've had these horrific experiences and I had those eighth grade. Oh fucking eighth grade hospital. One sent me to the hospital. I had an ovary flip over and then I had a tour in that. I had a rupture I ended up in the fucking hospital. Wait a minute in eighth grade. I would've just thought I was dying grade one ruptured and it all that stuff just stayed inside me and made me feel like shit for like septic. I was like almost but I was like nauseous. I how all these gastro had like. I was always like a gastroenterologist because I was like I don't know what the fuck is wrong with me but they ended up putting birth control. Which was the only thing that stops the suggests but I went to Catholic school so when the girls out I was on birth control. It spread like wildfire that I was like Slab and then also like Kinda had street cred. Now you're from Pasadena so I feel like Pasadena Street cred is like a whole nother world. You know what I mean I I was by I wild for Pasadena like when I moved. I'm wild when I moved to New York. I moved in two thousand five to go to Parse ends and like didn't move into a dorm had gotten apartment on lower east side that shared with a goal from Manfred Amy. They grew up on the west side. Santa Monica they were like very advanced because they raised like way. This is like super suburban. But I had this moment that was really important for me which was like okay. I can do. I can be like Miss Pasadena and do that really well but I always. I always had like cool friends at other places and I like volunteer like homeboy industries. From the time. It wasn't like I always felt like I could get along with anybody. When I moved to New York I ended up moving to the lower east side. I mean two thousand five. It was just starting to get gentrified and I was never scared. I walked with my Chin. Anybody talks shift me. I said something back. I just didn't have this. Like fear instilled in me and I made a lot of different friends and you know I started living my life getting tattoos hanging out with you. Know like New Yorkers really cool for me especially I was talking about it yesterday because one of our friends in that group actually just passed away. We were talking about how that group in New York had like kids. Who ARE REALLY POOR? Kids who are really rich kids who whose families were like so insane kids who liked really have a family but it was like all like equal playing field of like beautiful experience they were graffiti and they did art. And you just feel like I'm so lucky that instead of hanging out with the people from L. that moved to New York. I didn't hang out with any of them. I Really Matt. All these new friends. So when I come back from New York and would you know I would give myself little stick and poke tattoos which are like still love tattoos. I'm getting removed or just because they're like bad but I'll get more but like oh my God love on a calf someone like my friends like my best friend's parents from New Orleans and they were like what did you do to your body like even today with my mom to the doctor and Pasadena and literally did not introduce himself. First of all he treated. My Dad died and like cried about my dad. But like didn't introduce himself to me just talking to my mom whatever and look oh you have tattoos and I was like fuck you like. That's what you got out of this. It's very conservative. And so I was always loud like I was a species director like you were in school. You know I just had like a lot of personality like very big for this town but now you're crushing it. I mean I it's funny now. Everyone's like Oh my God. I saw on instagram. Like you. So fucking county to me in high school. Yeah isn't it funny? Isn't it funny? How the cuts come around the console. He's come around. You know what we need to put up a Mug and I want I want I want it. Says the cuts always come? They do trust me. I eight people coming out of the woodwork. I've sorority sisters who year southern Shit is a whole other level. I have a sister who literally would not give me the time of day. 'cause she was from Jackson Mississippi which I didn't even when I went to Ole Miss. I didn't even know. The Jackson was a capital Mississippi. I thought it was. I was Jacksonville. Florida I didn't realize the Jackson was in Mississippi but no her dad was like the only doctor in town. So it's like a big deal but it's funny now like when you do have some sort of I guess maybe public persona how people come out. And you're like you literally a nightmare to me in college. And now you're cool but whatever you're like F I get. I'm living my best life. I have no elementary schoolteacher. Reach out to me. Who was so. I didn't find out until later in high school that I had dyslexia and add which we all have a form of it so it's not like they don't need like a violin or anything but I remember being young being like this is not clicking for me like it was much harder for me to absorb information than a whisper my peers and I had this teacher that would be raid in front of class. Call me dumb. Tell me that I care can worst and I was always doing our and he was like no one cares about your art like so crazy and he liked messaged me on facebook which I don't have anymore and was like really proud of you and I was like you literally are the reason why I leave at elementary school. Like the one of the worse people to ever come into my life. You are not allowed to gradulate me about anything. I had that with Mr Beazley and it's interesting. Somebody recently tagged my podcasts. A guy that went to high school I talked about on my podcast. And he he posted at Mr Beazley. Who's my math teacher? This guy made me cry everyday. Math wasn't my thing. I wasn't his letters I was dyslexic with. I can't the numbers do not the same thing. Flip them yeah so like geometry. I just leave every day crying and I always was one of those kids and I feel like you said earlier like when we were talking a you know now recording in your lake we just get each other like I feel like we're similar backgrounds with various stories and that's one of the reason I want to bring on the podcast but it's interesting like I've always said like stay in your lane. I knew what I was good at it. I knew as an artsy kid. I knew it was creative but then like math are just fucking destroyed. Me and this guy was such a fucking asshole. My parents never had to go to the school. Mike Talk to a teacher because I kind of held my own but there was there one teacher and he commented he sent me a message. There was like suck my Dick Alert. Did you still do? Mister Kessler is Mr Beazley such teacher's name such features whether you're working from home getting fit from home or honey..
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"I got uncovered your long time to do this shit. It's fucking not the only like K. Holes go in on the Internet. Would I o embarrassed? Faira Abraham Oh from teen mom Oh yes because she owns her daughters. And I'm right there with you. She so and I don't say a thing nor will I ever know. But that's also such an extreme like. I'm not looking at normal people being like right like and I think what she's doing is insane but I'm not saying anything about it and I'm never going to. I'm good sometimes. I'd like to look at our instagram. Course Union some days you need to get up and go you know what? I'm not fair literally. Look you know who gets really mad as my husband will be like. Are you serious looking at my girls and scrub his know who she is? He'll be like what are you do jeff same way? What am I know about this? I guess there's some like you know their celebrity blogs or whatever will there's one for like instagram people and these people were writing all this means it was. It's literally the same three women who are writing some. Maybe not nicest stuff went really awful stuff about me on the Internet and I was reading laughing so hard and I was like. Why are you reading this? Because these people are fucking miserable cont Lords. He's like why are you reading it? But I was like Jeff this. I'm a comedian. This shit like fuels me up fucking hysterical. And then he's like and they did say something about you on here Jill. What that's the thing with our packing men who don't care about it wait till it's about. Yeah uh-huh uh-huh if somebody said anything about the Italian he would lose it well. He was secretly famous in Italy for a long time. Like we don't talk about it but he was on a reality television.
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"In Pasadena Altadena they are done now on the westbound at two ten and all lanes are open right now everything's flowing smoothly between the L. one thirty four interchange Pasadena interchange and well it must be a moving closure because now I'm seeing a lanes slow between the two ten west between foothill and the two so might might be a sweeper train going up through there if you see something give me a call on the KNX traffic tip line three two three four six seven ten seventy so we can let everybody else does going on I have a feeling well it's either a wide load going up on the two ten or it's a sweeper train going through there and do we still have our single or working in the cold passes on the fifteen north between the scales in the one thirty eight the two right lanes are closed along with the one thirty eight offramp until about three CH peas opening this was for an earlier big rig tractor fire and they have to clean that up and get it out of there and figure out how to get the trailer out of there as well and also in Congress the seven ten south is closed from the five down to Atlantic along with the five south connector to the south seven ten yeah if you're going to go across the well into this next hour so we'll talk about what's going on in the Angeles crest highway up at highway thirty nine add to two fifty five I least hours with more traffic reports more often can extend seventy newsradio good morning and happy Monday we are ending the last couple of days of March here in the south land with temperatures heading into the above average territory today temperatures will begin to warm up compared to the weekend as a high pressure system builds in that high will continue to strengthen as we head into tomorrow.
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"Pasadena at one point the driver jumped out of the car ran into a house and then Rovio then took off again CBS Tuesday after wind spoke to a woman whose vehicle was hit on foothill Boulevard Arcadia very very scary especially when he got out the car and just started walking across the street and throwing up his hands and everything from there he went on to the two ten freeway where he tried to carjack one person C. H. P. officers with guns drawn were able to get him to surrender after police arrested the man he was taken to the hospital no bystanders were hurt as they cross virus and statistics continue to rise in the U. S. fears of the virus or hitting communities across the nation what began as an outbreak in China is now considered out to be a worldwide epidemic or even a pandemic CBS news White House correspondent we jag says the administration is saying it's all under control but not everyone believes that from his Florida resort president trump brushed off the chance of coronavirus making its way to the White House even as the mayor of Washington confirmed the first case in the nation's capital no negative zero zero doesn't show the same confidence on Twitter claiming we have a perfectly coordinated and fine tune to plan on face the nation Connecticut senator Chris Murphy said there could be thousands of cases in his state even though only two have been confirmed I think we have no concept of the scope of this epidemic yet because we have not been able to test and what is unforgivable is that the administration didn't see this coming there are more than one hundred thousand confirmed cases in more than ninety countries and the US senators one of we'll have that story coming up for you in three minutes right now so I thirty five have a good weather together every ten minutes on the five your shipping well it's all happy until you leave right now in Anaheim five south bound at Disneyland drive a brand new two car crash looks like other movie that went over the right shoulder still problems heading downtown this is on the one ten south bound at Figaro a three car crash but a lot of heavy back up on the harbor freeway as you come off of the five three does not answer to five of the ninety one they're still dealing with that motorcycle that crashed over the right shoulder embankment and into the bushes and commerce now northbound five eastern reports of a small dog sitting on the right shoulder good news is hopefully the dog will stay and not run out of the freeway still sick a lot heavy traffic on the northbound five approaching the six oh five and in the locker Senta to tell westbound just before like receta they have cleared a stalled car that was in the middle lane your next report coming up at nine forty five I'm Jeff Pegues reports traffic reports more often can extend seventy who's ready twenty percent chance of showers through tomorrow afternoon late in the evening when I pick up a seventy percent chance of showers on Monday a light winds highs in the sixties and seventies after the lows in the forties and fifties right now in Torrance it's fifty seven Malibu at.
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"Are in Pasadena this morning for the twenty twenty rose parade later the granddaddy of them all the Rose Bowl game begins our in depth team coverage starts we can extend seventies John Baird he's live near the parade starting point first thing I noticed when I arrived here very tight security I've been through so many checkpoints already this is what they call a tier one event police are everywhere I'm very close to where the parade will begin the floats are all dressed up and ready to roll the second thing I noticed though is that it doesn't seem as cold tonight as it how's it past rose parades a couple from Anaheim brought their sleeping bags and plop down about two o'clock this morning can be all night this night it's not as cold as I thought it was going to be so it's great I mean we're here we're alive we're Allegra doing is well as we can right now yeah it's it's been a little cold but you know we gotta air mattress so we've been living in luxury some would say three hours and counting until the one hundred thirty first rose parade will get underway reporting live in Pasadena John King at ax ten seventy newsradio and you'd think that living near Colorado Boulevard would make it easy to grab a good spot for the parade some people who live right off the Boulevard Tel connects there's not site and a downside for like the old guy but usually it's like litter filled after the city but I mean it's the rose parade and and then the game we can't really be the energy in the city so it's like a it's a give and take another resident says the good thing about it is it's temporary and so yeah there's some inconveniences but I you know you just have to deal with it for a bit and then it's over so if you live nearby you can keep an eye on a good spot or even see the parade from home but then you have to deal with the crowds and closed streets rob archer cave acts in seventy newsradio bringing in the new year in downtown LA we're gonna take a look back coming up in just a minute right now it's five oh five traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the volunteers or cough it's a new problem here in Santa Clarita fourteen north bound before sand canyon car stalled out in the middle lanes if you're on the two ten west bound transition to the one eighteen west brown wants you to watch out for an orange cones in the middle lanes and that's sort of strange because there is no Caltrans work going on tonight in Granada hills all lanes are now clear this is on the one eighteen eastbound past haven Hersey's free rent a break to clear two cars that got into it that two car wreck was blocking the carpal in the left lane the cell waiting for a tow on the right shoulder the one ten north bound before academy road this is as you head out of downtown LA stalled car could slow your ride this is cocked out in the left lane and the east LA interchange another stalled car there this is on the sixties bound before Loreena the car stopped in the right lane with his hazard lights on there's no shoulder in that area so the car doesn't have anywhere to go and tell it gets a toe off the freeway and you're driving through Covina there's a stalled car this is on San Bernadino freeway ten eastbound before via Verde it's in the right lane and then in Anaheim five north bound on the harbor Boulevard exit a car has a flat unix supporters of five fifteen I only suck off with more traffic reports more often can't extend seventy newsradio mostly sunny for your new year's day highs today going to be in the upper sixties we do have a high surf advisory through Friday for LA in Ventura county beaches the waves are going to be seven to ten feet tall overnight lows in the forties currently at fifty degrees in Southgate fifty three degrees and fuller ten.
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"About the roses as Pasadena get set to host the twenty twenty rose parade and the big Rose Bowl game with hundreds of thousands of visitors coming into town lot of them going to be camping out overnight a theme for the twenty twenty rose parade is the power of hope in the hope is everything will float along smoothly people say they can't wait the flower is everyone so happy it is just a nice start nice way to start the new year for those who choose to camp out on the sidewalk overnight be sure to dress in layers and keep this in mind sidewalks older frigid overnight and so we want to ensure that people bring maps to separate the sidewalk from sleeping bags there again is with the city of Pasadena she advises parade goers to stay hydrated to drink fluids when you need to some other rules no drones and no bonfires either embers could easily cause injury or worse so sorties will snuff out the bonfires but what we do in our to professionally small manufacture barbecues elevated one foot off the ground you'll need to bring a fire extinguisher tool but leave your drone at home in Pasadena John Baird came in acts ten seventy newsradio if you're planning to drive to pass a needed to see the rose parade arose bowl game you start thinking about some alternate routes as because Caltrans gonna be closing ramps along the two ten seven ten one ten and one thirty four freeways tonight starting as early as six board some service streets also gonna be closed off you can see a detailed list of all the closures are a website and K..
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"The Pasadena area on Sunday November eighth twenty twenty and turning it over to the masses people on bikes and trikes and skates or those who were just out for a stroll I would do it would you yeah I think it would be fun the kids would be able to be like we're on the freeway yes they would and there would be hydration stations along the way plus plenty of activities near the Pasadena Goldline station with live music and pop up large food and plays owns you name it although you may be just too busy riding your bike down the one Chandy even bother with anything else well I think it's awesome and it's the old this freeway we have in LA and so wonderful biking experiences certainly wonderful driving experience I'm not sure I would go that far but this would actually be this second Arroyo fast the first one took place sixteen years ago in Pasadena John Baird K. in acts ten seventy newsradio. five traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the FISA check freeways now at lower Nickerson well I'm getting some reports from tipsters on about this problem the five south on just before the two ten there's a van there over on its side in the carpool lane they were reporting it's been cleared but that testers are saying no it has not it has not been cleared so I what I do see is definitely a popular slowing right there on the southbound side the five as you get to the to to the fourteen other once you get past the two ten it's nice wide open drive all the way down from Burbank through to downtown LA I also got a call from another tipster about a problem on the four or five south bound as it connects to the six oh five I don't see a crash there don't see any incidents I definitely do see slowing south on four or five very heavy as you approach the six so five to that connector six oh five south and connected by that in the twenty two connected by that affected by that as well so just have played a little extra time with that your behalf of four five north and has Skirball center drive there was a crash there in lane staff move that over the right shoulder and you can move pretty free Lee through the northbound side out of the supposed to pass and also if you're heading through the Alhambra it area ten east on past Fremont there's a crash there that the express lanes blocked looks like they just clear that one over the shoulder so you do have a back up right now from the seven ten but that should get a little better for you before it gets cleared out completely next report at nine thirty five I'm Laurin occurs in with more traffic reports more often can extend seventy newsradio not quite as hot tomorrow it is going to be sunshine but we'll have high seventies at the coast eighty five in the metro areas eighty eight.
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"Pasadena this morning on an unrelated no bail domestic violence warrants case live in Pasadena Craig figure can extend seventy news for California to become the first state in the nation to war residents about certain chemicals in tap water will tell you more about that got a report coming up in two minutes right now on channel five to the freeway traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the five GHz Tom Tran we're starting with a major major problem along the fifty seven going south bound before imperial highway this was a fatal big rig and motorcycle crash unfortunately somebody lost their life in this accident which means there is a fatal accident investigation going on which will take several hours the right three lanes are blocked right now that fifty seven southbound is jammed up solidly from the sixty does not get any better to get past imperial highway unfortunate Brea canyon road which is typically you're good alternate what's everybody's alternate right now and that is starting to load up it is still significantly better than the fifty seven but it is a rough go you do have the option of paying how far side your goal and maybe take the sixty west bound over towards Fullerton road take that south bound for good will stretch that may be far out of your way from where you're going but you're hearing our plus delays on that fifty seven going south bound wheels of a crash on the one on one going south and finally this one off to the right shoulder you're seeing some slowing starting back at Oxford Street on to the one seventy and we got reports of all lanes blocked on the ten west December Dino freeway at via Verde a crash and furniture blocking lanes the back of starts at the fifty seven once you get past that you can things look pretty good heading over towards west Covina northbound side of the five stadium we have got a stall blocking the left lane I've got traffic backed up from the ten over in in Santa Monica north outside of PCH before the third tunnel gonna sweep trade working in the right lane that is adding to the unusual congestion there on PCH the southbound side of the seven ten from valuable of our two imperial highway fence we were trained working in the right way it export ten fifteen more traffic ports more often contract get extensively neutered southern California whether a clouds and fog this morning sunshine this afternoon to be another hot muggy day in southern California we're looking at highs today mid seventies along the coast.
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"Kelly wage in pasadena she's loving this win from charlie kahlani as much as i'm loving it she requests redone for me and one of four three more music more variety thank you thank you stopping fall ground maybe as they made you college to the ground thing honest music variety for three.
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"That was very visible and the little partment that i grew up in sort of a bad side of town in pasadena and they didn't really look further oh you know also like you know at that point i remember my parents would tell the doctor that like you know they fed me very american diet which they thought was good you know which was a lot of fast food for a lot of my earlier's we'd get to too hot dogs from weiner schnitzel was my dinner and soda and you know that was seen as good that was so i occasionally my mother had time she'd make like a persian meal but they were really struggling they had no money and they're trying to figure out america they didn't have perfect language skills you know so i don't really blame anyone but they're very very hard circumstances and win was the first sense that you may have had rather than these different symptoms physical and psychological that you may have had some serious disease and when did you first start trying to seek that out seek out sort of diagnosis yeah in the summer of two thousand six when it was just short the after gotten a book deal for my first novel i moved back to la when my parents went in our old pasadena apartment then they've just recently moved to this condo in glendale and i went back and thought i would do edit some first novel that just sold on grove atlantic i was very excited and it was the first time i'd gotten like a chunk of money that you know wasn't a lot but it was more than i ever knew and i i was really excited and i got la and i within a few days i lost my ability to sleep entirely and i had like i said some insomnia my whole life but this was very weird i actually couldn't remember how to sleep within a few days other symptoms started showing up so then you know there's are some doctors offices i had some guests writers all sorts of things were popping up and people were just like are you stressed i was like of course so you depressed sure anxious you know all those things i could say yes to so i ended up falling them on a fully psychiatric route and so all the doctors will like we gotta fix your sleep i and so i was put on a lot of really strong hypnotic sedatives and benzodiazepines to control my sleep i was also you know tried me out on that's fantastic presence and things like that and i just deteriorated more and more and more so that that was you know i came back to la in june by october i was many many pounds later could barely speak could barely move yeah but before we move on you phrase that interesting way you said that you've forgotten how to sleep or you didn't remember how to sleep yeah can can you just an interesting and can you describe what you mean by that in practice with that means when i still remember that first night that i got to went to bed and i literally i was clearly having some major neurological problem but i actually didn't know how it worked like i didn't i knew i could shut my eyes you know and have a glass of camel tea and try to just fall asleep like i normally did but i actually couldn't i couldn't access it i didn't know if you fall back into sleep fall forward into sleep i didn't know how it worked and that i had never really experienced in my life i've been anxious as an insomniac before but i remember very vividly that day i was exhausted i've gone to a big yoga class i'd run a bunch of errands but something prevented me from that and you know i've recently had some some of this type of lime insomnia and it's it's brutal it's something you know very clearly has to do with neurotoxins and you just it's it's not like the insomnia that i know most people deal with or that i've even doubtless when i've had i've been lime remission and had some saying zayed's or whatever so eventually you are diagnosed with stage lyme disease can confer people who don't know about the stuff which included me until i read your book i mean can you can you explain why it's such a complicated disease and why there's so much debate in the medical community about it yeah so the first time i got diagnosed with it was.
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"How come you know all this information how come you knew all this information man i was just a party is number one fan club i was like the president of his fan club his whole career man so you know i'm from the city i grew up in the same neighborhood he did so i mean you know i kept up with his career very close cool breath has real cool i agree with you i agree with you yes sir you had that wedding in pasadena man another wedding thanks a lot holiday remember when the president which weighed in pasadena who did he go up to somebody else thinking he was l z z imposter maybe he was at a wedding in are just happened to be there that's what he said that's what he said he saw you at a wedding in pasadena i wasn't attending the wedding i just happened to be at the hotel hotel or something yeah hotel pasadena making money with guys approach hang hanging out an atm machine with no shirt lord ember senator hotel pass while you were meeting one of the boss ladies yes yes it is okay yeah yeah yeah i know there you go see iraq because we were there the same day where you at the atm with your shirt off to you i was that i was eighteen both our chow shirts off what would happen oh l z get way more action than i would that's for sure it depends on where people are into some light them little stubby ones.