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02:46 min | 2 years ago

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"Was here with the child, and he's the one who initiated the nine one one, call Potter says the boy's mom has also been cooperating with police the child lived with both parents. But his mother was not home when his father called for help the child was not breathing. When first responders arrived, he was later pronounced dead at the hospital. Three people have been arrested on the east coast for the murders of three men in Puerto ranch. LAPD captain. Billy Hayes says the group was involved in cross country sales of cocaine, which seems like they all had an equal share. And but there was significant drug trade going from one direction to the other. Hey, says the men in Puerto ranch. Let the killers inside a gated community in February. He says investigators are still working to figure out why the cruise members turned on each other a mother in Orange County. So she's waiting for Justice in a murder case that includes allegations of hate crimes, and deputy misconduct and admitted white supremacist. Gang member was charged with stabbing Iranian American outside of the club in two thousand fifteen Shahzada miss ROY says her son was killed after a racist argument, but no hate crime was charged. It's. A nightmare this past years, then a sheriff's deputy pleaded the fifth when the defense asked if heroin was given to the white supremacist to get him to confess. It is so hard and to come every month and they just give us new date and nothing happened this week. The cop is expected to take the stand after being granted some immunity at the superior court. No see corporate Carson KFI news. Twenty-five leaders members and associates of notorious white supremacist, gang have been charged in Sacramento with directing killings and drug smuggling from inside. California's most secure prisons. One of the people killed was a longtime leader of a rival black gang who just been released from decades of solitary confinement. Prosecutors also say the brotherhood had a drug smuggling partnership with the Mexican mafia mayor Garcetti has promised to get tough on trash heaps around. LA Garcetti says the city will use undercover units enforcement teams and more video surveillance to catch people dumping their trash on streets and sidewalks all the debris that we collect. From crews like the ones you see behind us nearly eighty percent of it comes from illegal dumping business owners next to a notorious dumping ground, on skid row, say produce sellers pay the homeless to dump their trash that has been towns of the trash is so bad, you can see rats running around in the sidewalk in downtown LA. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news. Today was a tragic day. The West Point community are United States army a West Point cadet has been killed and twenty two other people have been hurt when the military vehicle, they were in rolled off a road and overturned involved in a standard training, exercise it occurs as part of their military training program here at West Point. The academy superintendent Lieutenant General, Daryl Williams says it's not yet known what caused that crash this morning..

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01:30 min | 2 years ago

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"Live and local three to one tation Stevens governor Newsome says he has concerns about enacting tougher rules that limit parents from choosing whether to vaccinate their kids, the measure would give state public health officials instead of local doctors authority to decide which tildren can skip their shots before attending school. Spin considered by the state assembly amid growing cases of measles news until reporters at the California Democratic party convention today, that, although he supports immune is Asian. He has concerns about having government officials sign off on a vaccine, exemption. Meantime, the governor is joining governors of Oregon, and Washington, and calling for stronger reproductive health laws. A letter, the governor's row, collectively says states should be putting their own protections in place to defend every American's right to reproductive freedom governors are now calling for stronger protections in statute, and state constitutions. They say Roe v. Wade is settled law and say efforts by a handful of states to undermine federal law are unconstitutional. Lori. KABC news. A worker is gravely injured at another suffers a broken leg and Puerto ranch today when they fill at least fifteen feet from scaffolding, while working at a residential construction site, partly cloudy day today, chance of rain tonight and the antelope valley. Flash flood warning in effect until nine pm taking a look at area temperature sixty five and Santa, Ana Pasadena, sixty three in downtown sixty five I'm taking Stevens now will look at KABC traffic dependable traffic right now harbor freeway problems continue one ten northbound at Manchester. It's an accident in the left hand lane..

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06:15 min | 2 years ago

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"Slash join. This is the California report. Good morning, I'm lily Jamali an independent report looking into what caused the largest known methane leak in US history has found fault with southern California gas company. The report released Friday, calls out the utility which owns the police. Oh canyon storage field for not doing more to prevent the blow out in late twenty fifteen Larry Buell has more from. Los Angeles, an old corroded pipe casing. That's what led to the massive twenty fifteen blowout at least canyon natural gas storage field near Los Angeles. According to the report conducted by blade energy partners under high pressure, the casing ruptured leading to a well blowout, the report, also identified sixty smaller leaks going back to the nineteen seventies and at faulted the owner. So Cal gas for not investigating or preventing them in a statement. So Cal gas says the new regulations put in place after the leak should prevent this type of incident from occurring again around eight thousand residents evacuated their homes in the area during the nearly four-month methane release some reporting health problems, they believe were caused by it. Alex Nagy of food and water watch claims, the company can't be trusted to keep Lisa canyon safe and she points out that it sits on a fault line. And we know that if there were to be an earthquake at this field it could rupture the wells. And there's no emergency response plan in place. The company says that the facility is needed for. The region's energy needs state regulators allow Lisa canyon to reopen on a limited basis in July two thousand seventeen plaintiffs attorneys plan to hold a press conference later this morning. There are more than three hundred lawsuits ongoing for the California report. I'm Larry Buell in Los Angeles, so cow gas which is a unit of Semper energy said in a statement on Friday that today at least canyon is safe to operate. You heard Larry say that this report, according to so Cal gas, indicates that new regulations put in place since the leak should prevent this type of incident from occurring again. But Matt Pachuco neighborhood activists who has lived in Puerto ranch for twelve years says that's not enough. They will not do maintenance and upgrades at unless it's specifically laid out in a regulation and there are now saying that. Oh, we follow the regulations, but they have a duty way beyond regulations to run a safe facility. That's Puerto ranch resident Matt Pachuco. A lawsuit and months of wrangling, but state attorney general heavier bizarre is now releasing records under a new police transparency law. The records contain information about misconduct and shootings involving agents with the California Department of Justice cake, you, it's Alex Emslie reports the fight for the information isn't over attorneys representing we in the first amendment coalition or heading into negotiations with the DOJ over exactly which records will be produced and win. Sarah says he'll start turning over some files, though, after a San Francisco judge ordered him to on Friday, Corinna, Cardenas has been waiting over a decade to learn more about her father's death, and San Jose after he was shot by a state narcotics agent in two thousand four she thought she'd have that information by now. The year we were just sell excited for two thousand nineteen to head on. We thought we were gonna get answers by being able to access records, we didn't have the right taxes before Dina says she now has nude hope that you'll get that long-awaited information, the department of Justice is still fighting against turning over files. It maintains on local police departments though. The case is due back in court next month for an update on the negotiations. For the California report, I'm Alexandra here in the bay area. There are pockets throughout the region, where RV's and camper vans, are lined up day in and day out for the people who call them home living. There is a way to tackle the high cost of living here, the California reports penny Nelson knocked on some motorhome doors to find out who's living there. Torres is not homeless. He's a commuter. Torres has a family and a home in Fresno, but he works in the bay area where he can earn more money on the celebrity on the central valley for journeymen is acting dollars. An our here is Dana fifteen dollars. More is much better during the workweek Torres tried renting a room with other workers, but he was paying more than he could afford just for a spot on the floor to sleep. His next approach was more successful. He bought a motor home. His is a nice RV that he parks on the street. This is a nineteen ninety-five motor home win by this home. I bay, then those dollar my monthly payment knees to forty dollars. Can you describe your beautiful home, because it is quite nice, this, this talk or motor home is? For six people is three beds. These motor home have a micro way toward gooky stuff a shower. And how do you get your power really know my off because my generator is empty of Gus for take a shower. I need a bucket. Play gallons addictive hot water for my job. You're very tiny. I'm okay here. Okay. Nuts and bolts here, power beyond the generator. His RV has a camping style setup with propane and battery operated lights in the like what about sewage? Well, believe it or not. This is not a challenge. There are RV so-called dump stations all over the place and for twenty five dollars, he can dump his RV's load right up the road following the rules though. That is essential when it comes to curbside living, the police, don't give you a hard time as long as you keep everything clean. Own would be a good citizenship. We know nothing tomorrow. On the California report, we bring you part two of this RV living series. We'll be talking with city and police officials about what the rules are for living in cars and camper vans, for the California report, I'm penny.

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01:45 min | 2 years ago

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"And when it breaks, I'm Bill Seward live from the twenty four hour KFI newsroom. A new report says, so cow gas failed to do detailed inspections before a blowout near porter ranch. The report looked into the cause of the biggest natural gas leak in US history. It says the wells contact with groundwater lead to corrosion, and the eventual blow out in two thousand fifteen blade energy partners found that so Cal gas did not conduct failure investigations on sixty casing leaks going back to the nineteen seventies, so Cal gas, says new regulations put in place, since the leak should prevent future problems thousands of people from the Puerto ranch area left their homes for months because of the league. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news, LA's ban on parking RV's along some streets is a big loophole in it councilman. Greg Smith says repeat offenders get tickets, but don't get towed right now, there's no place to tell so the total yards can't pick them up. Get the tickets they ignore them. There's no enforcement. He says Chatsworth about open the city's first lot four toed RV's. But he says that lot will only hold about thirty RV's attorney general William Barr says he wants to know what happened at the beginning of the investigation into Russia's meddling in the two thousand sixteen election. He told Fox News he's been trying to get answers and has found a lot of them inadequate if we're worried about foreign influence for the very same reason we shouldn't be worried about whether government officials abused their power and put their thumb on the scale. And, and so I'm not saying that happened. But I'm saying that we have to look at that the bar says a number of investigations are underway. Problems in echo park on the one. Oh, one out of the one. I wanted auto crash.

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04:21 min | 2 years ago

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"Independent thinkers. K F, G, O west Orange County and I heard radio station. Weapons confirmed. I'm Tessa live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. The F16. jet that crashed near March air reserve base in riverside was carrying weapons on board. There was no explosion in yesterday's crash. Despite the fact that the jet was carrying. Fuel and munition, it's unusual, but given the circumstance if the aircraft didn't have a lot of feel on it, it may be normal that they, they jettisoned or they burned off most of the field before they came in for the landing. Maybe percent county fire chief Sean Newman says officials are still monitoring the crash site for any has Matt issues the pilot ejected safely, but was still taken to a hospital twelve people on the ground were hurt. The two fifteen freeways still closed for the crash investigation advocates say customs and border patrol agents have recently abandoned almost seventy immigrants in Marietta Lewis in Alaska with ACLU, you southern California says asylum-seeking families are now being randomly dropped off, at bus stations across the I E, these individuals zoning states. They don't know the language. They don't know where they are right. They've been in detention facilities for the past couple of weeks upon presenting themselves, at the border customs and border patrol say record numbers of detainees have placed the agency at the breaking point and put national security at risk hemp, farmers have expanded their. Operation in Lancaster. So Cal forms now has the largest hemp grow in the state with one hundred acres already in the ground, and another two hundred on the way we think industrial hemp, has the opportunity to bring back farming and jobs to analii owner, Donald Collins says the operation will employ about three hundred people this summer, but he says, none of this could have been done without new pot laws being legal with the federal government. And the state government has been essential to make it happen. Curse will begin harvesting the crop about eighty days. Monica Rix, KFI, news, LA's ban on parking RV's along some streets has a big loophole councilman Greg Smith says repeat offenders get tickets but don't get towed right now. There's no place to go. So the total yards can't pick them up to get the tickets. They ignore them. There's no enforcement. He says, Chatsworth is about to open the city's first lot for toad RV's. But he says that lot will only hold about thirty of them. A new report says, so Cal gas failed to detailed to do detailed inspections before a blow out near Puerto ranch. The report looked into the cause of the biggest natural gas. Sleek in US history. It says the wells contact with groundwater lead to corrosion, and the eventual blow out in two thousand fifteen blade energy partners found that so Cal gas did not conduct failure investigations on sixty casing leaks going back to the nineteen seventies, so Cal gas, says new regulations put in place, since the leak should prevent future problems thousands of people from the Puerto ranch area left their homes for months because of the league. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news. President Trump says the US had a trade agreement with China, and they broke it. They took out a lot of the things that we negotiated that would done. And my said, can't do that the two countries are still trying to work out a trade agreement, US, trade officials issued a three hundred billion dollar target list of Chinese imports this week. It was announced after China raise tariffs on sixty billion dollars worth of American imports heads up tested. There's a crash on the five. This is along the northbound scientists before the fifty five freeway, it's blocking the third lane from the left and delays or sack. Up out of Irvine coming off of the one thirty three freeway attempt to seal beach with Mike O'Brien KFI in the sky sponsored by injury attorneys superwoman super lawyer dot com. Twenty two westbound read at the hookup with the northbound four zero five right around value. We'll check the your accent at all cleared there. It is heavy throat about not around the corner on the eastbound side, the ninety one or twenty two eastbound just about you like that accident, the left lane, very heavy from bag Nola, and continued showing up ahead through the orange crush up towards fifty five fifty five northbound on the break, Sarah, pretty much little before or five to the ninety one just a little pocket of loosening nail right around. But twenty two age is an accident. Visit superwoman shivered lawyer dot com like up rien KFI in the sky KFI in the sky helps get you there faster. I'm Angel Martinez. This hour. Sponsored by the one. We trust attorney sweet James bergener. For instance, forecast is next. This is Joan coupo-, the Howard Jarvis taxpayers.

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01:31 min | 2 years ago

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"Bit. KABC has dependable traffic right now at a new problem in the south bay area. Northbound four zero five at Inglewood an accident in the left lane already backed up to about artesia boulevard. East one thirty four four Islam debris and lanes backing up to pass also on the south seven ten in Washington working at a crash in lanes backup up to the sixty. He's chatted. Vincent roadwork. In the two right lanes backing up here via Verdy eastbound from the six zero five next report at one forty four. I'm Rhonda Kramer, AM seven ninety KABC. Seven hundred ninety KABC market check the Dow closed down twenty two points, the SNP closed down five and a half poison. The NASDAQ also closed down thirteen points AM seven hundred ninety KABC socal weather highs in the mid sixties today. Sunny tomorrow, maybe showers on Sunday. It's fifty eight and Hawthorne fifty nine in Puerto ranch. Sixty in Costa, Mesa sixty one in downtown LA here. Seven ninety KABC in HD now ninety five point five FM HD two booming in on seven hundred ninety AM plus get the livestream and the podcasts at KABC dot com. Pros do it. Right. Say five percent every day. By shopping at Lowe's in store online say five percent eligible purchases with your Lowe's. Business credit account. Do it right for less. Start with Lowes. Exclusions apply. See store for details. US only KABC news is sponsored by lows. Others might show you down, Mr.. About how many times.

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02:29 min | 2 years ago

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"Local and state leaders are planning new projects around Puerto ranch from a settlement with so cow gas A judge yesterday approved a one hundred twenty million dollar settlement over natural gas blowout in two thousand fifteen state attorney general heavier Sarah said the originals announcement last year funds would help stop future problem. Part of the settlement includes the monitoring of methane at the canyon facilities fence line. So that way we have current information hundreds of people who live near the gas leak sites still have pending lawsuits against so Cal gas, the merger of AT and T and Time Warner is good to go. The US circuit court of appeals in Washington. DC rejected the Trump administration's claim AT and T's eighty five billion dollar takeover of Time Warner would harm consumers the decision called the government's objections unpersuaded. Aaron Katersky says it was rare for the government to try and stop a merger of a distributor and a supplier. Ca Turkey says Time Warner's content, which includes CNN and HBO should help AT and T compete with Netflix and YouTube, which produce content and sell it directly to consumers without a cable subscription, the Venezuelan leader opposed by the US has sat for a rare interview with American media, president equal last minute. All whom the Trump administration calls a dictator claims the US is willing to go to war for Venezuela's oil. He spoke to ABC's Tom yomas through an interpreter bolo guy. Everything the United States government has done is doomed for failure. They're trying to fabricate a crisis justify political escalation and military intervention in Venezuela to bring the war to South America. Vice president Pence visited Colombia yesterday to show support for an opposition leader who lost to mother though in a recent contested election. President Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen is beginning three days before congress with a closed door interview Cohen is set to appear today before the Senate intelligence committee. He's being asked to reveal what he claims to know about sensitive issues like the president's alleged contacts with Russians Cohen is doing prison soon. Partly for lying to that same committee in two thousand seventeen a congressional rookie can add superhero to her resume. The new comic folks at comes out in may is called Alexandria. Oh, Cossio Cortez and the freshman force new party who this one cover features and a white pantsuit standing over on knocked out red elephant while a blue donkey nervously adjusts, his collar, another cover shows wonder woman like. Outfit comic macabre shirt. Devils do has released satirical comic books before most notably. Former President Obama was transformed into Barack the barbarian Aaron bender KFI news..

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02:11 min | 2 years ago

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"Over the so Cal gas leak near porter ranch deal worth almost one hundred twenty million dollars will reimburse local governments for the cost of responding to the leak state attorney general Sarah said at the original announcement last year that the settlement would also provide upgrades. We will have a local local monitoring network established in Puerto ranch. There will be a mitigation fund that will be available to help mitigate this type of pollution in the future. The natural gas leak in two thousand fifteen was the largest in US history. People who live in the area still have their own lawsuits, pending, Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news woman in LA who says she was assaulted by R Kelly says the singer's lawyers not being honest as our Kelly surrendered till police. His attorney said he thought all the accusers were lying responsible. It's ludicrous. I mean, the only person that's lying like I said before is Robert servicer Kelly's Martinez says she was sexually and physically assaulted by R Kelly over a four year span starting in one thousand nine hundred five her attorney. Gloria Allred says are Kelly can no longer run in high think we all just want Justice. He's entitled to his day in court. But so are the alleged victims Allred says she represents at least six women accusing R Kelly of abuse in west LA, Chris ancarlo KFI news marriage could depend on genes. Researchers at Binghamton university in New York say their study is the first to show that the gene which regulates the release of oxytocin often called the love hormone could affect bonds between partners. The study says different variations of the Oxy tosa receptor, gene could alter the way one spouse feel supported and loved by the other researchers say the results showed jeans truly can impact the way people feel and behave in relationships. Debra Mark KFI news, the SEC has found. Tesla founder Elon Musk violated an agreement by tweeting should be held in contempt. The agreement is that any tweet related to his car company or customers needs to be preapproved. The feds say musk did not get approval last week when he tweeted that tesla made zero cars in two thousand eleven but we'll make. Around five hundred thousand in two thousand nineteen the SEC says the inaccurate tweet was sent to more than twenty four million people issues on the five in Glendale. A little bit of good news here with this issue. Northbound just before the one thirty.

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04:09 min | 2 years ago

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"Playing live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Barbara Klein, sixteen states are suing the Trump administration for declaring a national emergency at the southern border. California's attorney general filed the suit in district court today as demonstrate. Took to the streets of several cities to protest the president's move NPR's. Ryan Bank reports Trump signed the declaration to enable access to funds for building a barrier along the us Mexico border almost immediately a group of state attorneys general and the American Civil Liberties union announced they would challenge Trump's declaration in court democratic legislators Alexandro Cossio Cortez in on Castro said, they would sponsor a joint resolution in congress to terminate the declaration, but on Fox News Sunday White House adviser, Stephen Miller suggests that the president would feed oh such a measure. He's going to protect his national emergency declaration guaranteed. Congress has a short window of time to challenge. The president's declaration Democrats would need a super majority in both chambers to override a presidential veto Ryan Bank, NPR news, Washington. Then as well as socialist President Nicolas Maduro is accusing President Trump of acting as if he owned Venezuela. The reaction comes after Trump addressed. Mostly Venezuelan and Cuban immigrants in Miami. Today, calling Madero to step down and warning Venezuela's military of consequences. If they remain loyal to him. Wisconsin's new democratic governor Tony Iverson is making moves to legalize marijuana in his state that's time for Wisconsin to join the more than thirty other states and the district of Columbia in legalizing medical marijuana and ensuring access the CBD oil in Wisconsin. Everts also plans in his budget proposal to decriminalize the possession of small amounts of marijuana. This is NPR and this is KCRW at six thirty two. I'm Steve shiitake is good evening. Here's what's happening right now. In Puerto ranch today reports are of what's being labeled a possible triple homicide. I live fire reporting that they found three men shot to death at a house on via Galileo. They have not released the men's names or ages nor have they determined. What happened at that home law enforcement officials also have no suspect description available right now. But again three people shot and killed at a home in Puerto ranch will keep you updated on this. Breaking news story reaction is strong among democratic members of congress today. The former FBI director Andrew McCabe claims the President Trump may have committed a crime when he fired his predecessor James Comey. Mccabe says the dismissal of the FBI director was likely an effort to publicly undermined an investigation into Trump's campaign ties to Russia. Show in an interview over the weekend on CBS, sixty minutes. Mccabe said that federal investigators had good reason to open a counterintelligence investigation into whether Trump was a possible national security threat because of the suspicion that he was working on behalf of Russia. LA congressman Ted lieu was a member of the House Judiciary in foreign affairs committees. No, president station ever believe a former KGB operative over career US intelligence officials, and it makes you really wonder what does Putin have on Trump. Trump said in a TV interview with NBC just days after Comey's firing that he was thinking of quote this Russia thing when he fired Comey McCabe has claimed that given the evidence some intelligence officials were seeking cabinet members in the administration to invoke the amendment twenty-fifth amendment and remove the president from office. That was Lou on MSNBC today a story in the New York Times last year claimed the deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, had openly talked about secretly recording the president in the Oval Office and talk seriously about that amendment to remove Trump at at the time Rosenstein rejected the claim and a Justice department spokesman said McCain's claims are also inaccurate at six thirty four KCRW sponsors, include Sony Pictures, animation presenting Spiderman into the spider verse nominated for an Academy Award for best animated feature Spiderman into the spider verse now playing.

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01:38 min | 2 years ago

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"Debra Mark has news. Three men have been shot and killed inside a home in Puerto ranch. LAPD officers Sal Ramirez calls about. Shooting. I came in shortly before four this afternoon right now. Saunder investigation. It's looking like it's gonna be a burglary slash homicide at this time Ramirez. The people were already dead when first responders arrived. The news is brought to you by Black Panther, the family of a mentally ill man has sued. Anaheim police excessive force in wrongful death. Lawyer John Burroughs says cops are trained not to use the tactics. They used against Justin Perkins strikes to the forehead strikes to the body with batons and then ultimately choking him. And he died within a couple of days. Anaheim PD's says the cops were responding to a call for help during an assault. Cops say two officers were hurt during the scuffle and have not returned to work. A couple of LA city council. Members have crossed the border to help migrants. Trying to get into the US the delegation showed up two shelters in Tijuana to drop off supplies and pizza made a Costco councilman Mitchell. Farrell says the focus is on people who have to wait in Mexico until their court hearings in the US. S? The problem is they're just not getting the asylum hearings in the numbers that they used to even though the need is great as it's ever been. He says the supplies came from donations. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news. Sixteen states have filed a lawsuit against President Trump's emergency declaration to pay for a border wall with Mexico that suit was filed in the northern district of California, which has ruled against the Trump administration in the past. We have a crash.

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03:50 min | 2 years ago

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"Right. So anyway, also bass the question that we've been yelling out. Well, which is worse. Another Butte county fire. That's that's paradise. Or that inconvenience he said proper warning would allow people to prepare for the shutdowns and look at this solution keep their garage doors open during those wind days, it's terrible. If you. He compared PG and need to a drug dealer who violates probation by committing a different crime is a good one. He noted the PGA equipment was involved in starting seventeen recent wildfires and dismissed the companies claim that it warned it's probation monitor that the county DA's office was investigating criminal actions by the utility involving fires during twenty seventeen and I'll subside that inadequate notification was a probation. See they were technically they're on probation because they were criminal, right? And he says those fires killed twenty two people burned alive in their cars and homes. There's one clear pattern here PG. Andy is starting these fires. Global warming is not starting these fires. You've got to be on your absolute best behavior. No, more crimes. Wow. Well, what did he do? He start jailing these executives then. Yeah. You already left right to geisha, Jason Williams tracker down and throw in prison tracker down. If this makes me crazy. If these executives have committed this kind of carnage you have so many dead burned bodies. So many burned out houses the executives go to prison. Treat them exactly the way, you would an arsonists. Imagine if an arsonist right got some gasoline and started a fire that burned twelve thousand homes. He would get life in prison. He might get the death penalty for all the eighty four people who died. Well, why don't these people why isn't guy should Williams going going to San Quentin and back to the public utilities commission. He said how did somebody fires happened under your regulations, you know, in two years three percent of California burned up house upset think about that three percent of the whole state burned up? We cannot continue to sustain these kinds of catastrophic injuries to the state the death and destruction PG, and he's not only source of these fires. But it's a source at most of all it's unthinkable that a public utility is causing that type of damage. And again, like we told you the public utilities commission response was we're just an economic monitor who would make sure the people are getting their power at a reasonable price safety. We cannot do. Hey. One hundred people die. Hey, what are you gonna do? I that's there's there's a new there's a new idiot. Who's the been appointed? Interim CEO we're gonna have to track this character. John Simon sat in the front row. Listening to the judge good timing for Mr. Simon get his big gig. Yeah. Bankruptcy is your first order of business? This guy was the janitor. He was the last guy left in the building. Everybody else fled with their with their golden parachutes. Simon says Simon says Simon says I listened carefully and I will take your points. He told the judge jail the mall. Yeah. Yeah. Here's the point stop setting fires and stop killing people try that because you know, what the legislature tried to let them off the hook. They gave him that Bill last year where they can they can use you bonds and the rate payers have to pay the bonds to pay off some of the liabilities. Of course, they didn't cover the twenty eight thousand fires and well climate change is nothing. You can do Allison. Yes. You know, what there is something you can do when you're going to do it. And I think that's why Jerry Brown was selling the climate change new normal, BS recover. He was. Yeah. Providing cover for the energy companies, which he has done every day. He was governor. And remember his sister sits on the board of Semper energy which owns so Cal gas, which created the Puerto ranch natural gas disaster. It's a big conspiracy. All right. It's time for some money for somebody. Maybe oh your chance to win a thousand dollars is now.

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13:53 min | 2 years ago

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"Stopping did. You did you do your number one. Yes. Yes. Make sure I'm fully drained. Yes. Thank you for asking. In case you've been under a rock. There a significant weather system headed our way. You might wanna get under a rock. It is going to be a rain and wind event. And remember, the wise words don't drown turn around with that plays in that announcement that we get that emergency aid. Come on with the warnings about mechanical voice, right? And he actually says that don't drown turn around. Look again. This is Darwinism don't drive into a massive puddle. Don't do that. You focused on getting somewhere. You really liked what I want to turn around and find another route I can dig out through this. No, if lake sized you're not going to the what is going to pour into your car and the car in front of you see what they can do that guy. Does come back. If he doesn't turn around and go, right? So anyway. This be where you're doing your public service thing. Tomorrow Saturday is a lot of you can stay home. And that's what I don't you drive into a lake and go under that your business. You got a baseball game tomorrow as well. I was yeah. There was going to be one. But thanks so now probably not enjoy the Super Bowl Sunday. This story. I up. Book they do put their lives on the line. Well, there's a bunch of California Highway Patrol cops are in trouble. They've actually been temporarily relieved of duty it suspected that. They fraudulently received hundreds of hours of overtime pay while working out of the east, Los Angeles station. That's where most of them seem to be coming. And one of the things we talked about on this show. It is it is the one thing that no one's ever. Did we get a handle on? But whenever we read about big pensions and big costs. It's because it's often common. I think in fire departments as well as police the overtime. Yeah. For time is just horrendous. Over time and a half double time. Are you just see this this? Well, all right now, you might say, oh, it might just be one guy or two guys. You know, a few bad apples is the stupid cliche. Now. This was a whole barrel full of bad apples, dozens dozens of CHP officers. He knew what there are a lot of them were doing they were exaggerating the number of hours they worked in protection. Details for Cal trans workers during freeway maintenance you ever drive by and you see you see HP cop just sitting there and in front of them as little as little Cal trans team standing around a whole right staring down the whole. That's right. Then they sit down and they drink some beer, then they get up, and they stared down the hall and meantime, there's a cop sleeping in a patrol car. You know, where where the codes are the block off traffic, right? Up typically involves sitting in a cruiser at each end of construction zone to ensure motorists don't get too close to the workers. Yes. Because there have been people that just drive right into them, particularly they do like the late and overnight, but the drunk people out there. Yeah. Yeah. There's supposed to be a barrier. So the fraudulent overtime three hundred sixty thousand dollars of our money. Yeah. So they would write down that. They sat there for ten hours when the only sat there for like five or something. Yeah. That's kinda how it went. And I guess they did some sort of audit to see what they were really doing and found out that that's what was going on. And it looks like most of it came out of the east LA office involving these officers. So I I mean, I thought the CHP it's supposed to be good guys. Right. Why are there so many bad guys dozens dozens dozens you guys have good salaries? You have incredible pensions. He knows came out care and you get to retire young. So why are you doing this to us? Why are you taking our money? It came out of the a lot of it came out of the one station because once word gets around and these guys all hang out. What's a good idea? Write down that you were protected the couches workers for like eleven hours instead of like three. Well, the chief Mark Gary. Overseas. This will not be tolerated HP southern division. He said there were ringleaders inside the station who were behind the scheme is that. Right. Yeah. Ringleaders got everything go. I'm extremely disheartened by the actions of these employees. Nice not only line officers supervisors were involved in. There said the chief our supervisor complicit in this. What are you guys doing you? I mean, you you railroad us with all your stupid ridiculous tickets. You got the big salary. You get lots over time. You get the healthcare. You get the pensions. You get to retire young. What else do you want from us? No, it's worse. You want my last dollar? They're largely paid out of the DMV money. Is that right? Yeah. I think so I think their budget comes out of all the cars SP's for the road. Right. Remember, the car registration tax write that went up along with the gas tax. So you you disbanded the DMV yesterday deduct through. Yes. You announced that we decided we only need a license once in our lives and our registration only once in the life of your car, right one. You shouldn't have to pay money every year and get reregistered read licensed every five years that's nonsense. Once that's it. Now, we move over to the utilities the utilities, man. We found this out with so Cal gas years ago with the Puerto ranch gas leak did we not more criminals? Yeah. Because they're quasi. I write semi private public. That's really scary. Well, there you know, what their private companies doing an absolutely necessary public service. That's right. So there's this weird gray area. So Cal gas today has been fined three point three million dollars. Was it the Puerto ranch gas leak? No, it was a different event. Apparently there was a gas explosion in Ontario back on January twentieth. Two thousand seventeen and they failed to test a section of pipeline that was damaged in the explosion. So the wonderful, California Public utilities commission has fine. Socal gas three point three million dollars after initially agreeing to examine the pipeline. Socal gas told the committee last month that it was cancelling the test until a lawsuit coming out of the explosion is resolved. So the commission staff said the gas companies decision to cancel the test was irresponsible to public safety unacceptable, and they're getting fined, and in addition they could end up having to pay hefty civil judgment to over the explosion itself. I don't know. I don't see the story who got hurt or what happened. But it's the same kind of thing, which brings us to the even bigger utility. It's been in the news now for weeks Pacific Gas and electric, you know, those guys the murderers and arsonists or the arsonists in the murderers because you start the fire. I then you kill people. Yes. I am reading tonight that Gavin Newsom as office as we always love a letter has sent a letter asking is a federal trustee overseeing the bankruptcy of PG and E, and they want to make sure that the wildfire victims are represented in the preceding. So we've talked about this a lot this week that under the bankruptcy. It's possible that. The twenty eighteen wildfire victims and the biggest of which was the campfire that destroyed paradise could end up with nothing. They're like unsecured creditors. Literally, nothing, right. Like, they would have burned PG need would it would end up burning paradise for free. Right. Twelve thousand homes. How many people did that kill Edelman? Four eighty four. Yeah. Something like that. Yeah. So so they killed. Let's say eighty four people. They burned over twelve thousand homes, and it's not gonna cost PG and E anything because of this bankruptcy filing. Nothing. No penalty all debt cleared away. Wow. Gotta have gotta have the utility. They there too big to fail. But they don't importantly, what's. We need them. If you want gas and electric and you live in that region. Yeah. You do. Until they kill you. Well, that's the deal. Hey, you need electricity unless we decide to kill you. And if we kill you, you don't the electricity, anyway, I'm reading that this judge, and we're gonna talk about him. Again, we talked about him earlier in the show, and he should be singled out because he's extraordinary, and this is a judge by the name of William Allsop. He is the federal judge is closely scrutinizing Pacific Gas and electric he was assigned to them back after the San Bruno gas explosion in two thousand ten familiar with that did kill that was PG and E killing people nine years ago. Yes. And and they're, you know, they're considered criminals because of what they did. And they've yeah, that's felons. They're officially on probation. I don't know. But the see the executives should have been. Instead, it's just the company that's a felon and the company's on probation. So Al is basically yelling at the company because all the executives are responsible for the paradise fire. They've all fled. They took billions of dollars in bonuses. And they ran out the back door. Yes. So that's what pisses me off about this. He's yelling at a bunch of PG, Andy lawyers. Don't give a crap anyway. One of them is Kevin or Seaney. He's been the main spokes whole attorney for P Jeannie, and what else trying to do obviously is closely. Take a look at PG these operations. And he's saying, you know, what you guys are about profit. You've never been about safety. You always get these statements from companies like this safety is our primary concern. Well, not really and he's tired of making excuses. And he says you're going to have to turn off the Chrissy when the fire risk is out there. You're just going to have to do it. We don't want to hear any fans or buts. He also, of course, before we hit really ugly fire season later this year, he wants to go out there, and and clear the brush clear, the deadwood clear anything that these wires could ignite because obviously if you look at the longer term, you talk about undergrounding, whatever that will just take time. He wants something done this year now to prevent another major disaster like what happened in paradise, and he's not taking any of their crap. He actually said to them in court. Should I just let you keep killing people? Can't we have electricity. It's delivered safely in the state. And no one's sure what's going to come out of this yet because he hasn't set the final requirements for this. But he talked about having them inspect all of their lines. His response was at. Expense. He's considering demand that requires PG. Andy, not start another fire. He's gonna he's going to set a list of criteria to prevent not even one more fire by these guys that would be amazing if people's success, but I mean, that's that's got to be the goal is you do your job. To the goal of. No fires. Because every time there's a fire. It's because PG and he did something wrong. They they didn't maintain the transmission towers, the wires weren't secure the wires were an insulated. The conductors that connect the wires weren't properly maintained they didn't turn off the trinity during the high wind event, it always traces back to an action that they either took or did not take took all those actions. Then probably most if not all the fires never would have happened. And remembered the the craziest part of the story that fire known as the campfire that destroyed paradise it allegedly started. What's that little that women's one person towns, it Polga is as something like that poll? And she says that she she contacted in Karachi says you might wanna take a look at. What are your transmission lines? If it's not doing too good sparking or something. They they put her off. It was it was all about it was all about profits returning value to shareholders. So well, also is yelling at them. Not only the PGA attorneys, but the attorneys for the California Public utilities commission. Now, wouldn't you think the public utilities commission should have been on our side and agreeing with the judge's argument notice they were teamed up with PG, and so the California regulating agency and the power company, we're on the same side, they're supposed to be adversaries, and the public tilles commission is making the same argument that PGN is what does that tell you that the California Public utilities commission is filled with bunch of criminals to I bet your most of them are former energy executives protecting their buddies. How did this never come up before? When you think about the fires? I realized the last couple of years have been particularly devastating. But there have been fires caused by utilities now for quite some time. How could nobody ever step back and say we're not doing enough to make sure that this doesn't happen where? They say the other day was two thousand fires started by just three and a half years two thousand three and a half years. So the lame lame ass attorneys PG any any activities commission said well, if we shut the power in advance, then that's gonna cut out cell phone connections. Oh, my God, you realizing people wouldn't be able to check their Facebook. Well, they're they're thinking that public people need to call nine one one or something in an emergency wouldn't be able to get help. That was the argument they were making. Yeah. I know, but when the cell phone towers melt from the raging fire impact vulnerable, medical patients and trap cars and garages. Yeah. What if you're at home in your on an iron lung, right? And that goes out, all right? Well, what's an event later or Lockridge intent and the power. You give the warning give a warning. And you should have yourself a backup system..

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"puerto ranch" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"puerto ranch" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"In between each drought. So what are we doing to conserve our water and make conservation away of life right now. The statewide Sierra Nevada snowpack which provides about a third of California's water is one hundred fourteen percent of normal. Monica. Rix, KFI news, hundreds of public school teachers in LA have gone to online to bash their new contract. The teacher's union says the large majority of its members voted last night to approve the deal to end the strike, but most of the comments from teachers on social media talk about the feeling sold out in cheated some say to strike which started a week ago. Monday was a waste of time. The new contract calls for class sizes to be reduced by one student each of the next two years. A teacher at Puerto ranch community school has accused the LA school district and teacher's union of illegally deducting union dues from her paychecks. Irene Sieger authorized collection of her dues last April. As a condition of employment, two months before the supreme court banned force collection of such dues Segers lawyer, Mark mixed. John and Ken his clients been trying to leave the US. Union for months Sita thirty plus year kindergarten teacher she worked during the strike this last week, and she doesn't appreciate what the union does. And how they do it, and she can exercise your rights under the first amendment of the constitution and the union just won't let her deal with the lawsuit was filed yesterday and is seeking class action status. A state Senator is trying to keep some young LGBT people off the sex offender registry right now, someone who does the deed with an underage teen in a straight relationship is not on the sex offender list, but gay sex of the same situation. Make someone an offender this is fundamentally about ending discrimination against young old you cheap ball state. Senator Scott Wieder says the sex offender registry should focus on people who are victimizing others eighteen year old having sex with his seventeen year old boyfriend when it's consensual. She's not a risk any kind of sex with an underage person is still a crime. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news. Firefighters are on the scene of a major fire. Fairness strip mall in Westminster NBC four is reporting that the businesses either a flower or bridal shop will keep you up to date on this one Orange County has surveyed more than fifteen hundred homeless people in the first part of the national campaign to count all people living on the street. It was still dark when ninety teams of volunteers across thirty four cities started.

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09:29 min | 2 years ago

"puerto ranch" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Debra Mark. Someone getting assaulted alcohol. I don't know you want me to go. Check. I hear shouting. I'm gonna go. See what's going on? I think somebody's imperil. John and Ken show. John kobylt Ken chiampou KFI AM six. Forty welcome. Everybody. Welcome the chance at a thousand dollars. It's coming up in about fifteen minutes or so later on this hour, we're bringing back a task. We didn't know we would visit again, but we are all I think we'll be visiting this frequently you do this is specific reason we're bringing out the desk, and it's perfectly named and appropriate. That's coming up after four thirty here on the Chongqing show. Earlier last year, the US supreme court ruled that teachers police officers other public employees in some states, including California could not be forced to pay dues or fees to support their unions. Because it, you know, the money gets used for political messages, for example, and you should not be forced in America to spend money on political messages that you may not agree with Irene Sieger should have been one of the beneficiaries of this. She's a teacher at the Puerto ranch community school in Los Angeles. And she signed a car that authorized a deduction of union dues from her paycheck in April, which she had to do. But then two months later, the supreme court said, no she doesn't have to pay the dues, but they're still taking your money. But. And she told the United teachers of L A the union that she was resigning. She doesn't consent any further deductions and the union denied her request. And we're going to talk with Mark mixed president the national right to work foundation. Who is representing? Irene Sieger saying is doing this legally go to Mark. How are you? I'm doing fine. Thanks for a briefing that case so well upfront. It's it's an important one for sure saw what was the reason that the UCLA the teacher's union denied Irene Sieger the right to get out of reduced pay. Well, first and foremost, they're simply ignoring the US spring court the court ruled on June twenty seven th of last year, as you mentioned that any government employees anywhere in America. Could not be compelled to pay dues your seems to get her keep the job and that immediately freed up five million workers across the country, including a whole pass love them in California from force payment of cheese, and the court went on to say that workers had opted the into any cheese would be deducted from their paychecks and had to affirmatively waive their first amendment rights. Well when Irene sign the card is conditional employment beforehand. She had didn't have those rights. And then once she once she got them granted by the teacher's union. Never informed her. So when he resigned she was giving an affirmative waiver. She was giving an affirmative definition of correct? The ability to exercise these rights and the union comes up with this kind of crazy window period that they say, oh, you you have to meet this window period. In a case in this case from the Seger. It's a thirty day window parades or occasionally got over in Ventura County on behalf of the math professor is a fiftieth just keen day window period for some people. We've got a case for Minnesota a ten-day window career, and you have to show up at the union hall and me a specific guy at a specific time winds up not showing up at the meeting. I mean, it's crazy, right? Well, they do that on purpose barrier. They set a bunch of conditions. So that it makes it difficult impossible for the the union member to meet those conditions, and they're still stuck in the union for another year. That's right. And in case she's a thirty plus year teacher kindergarten teacher she worked during the strike this last week. And and she doesn't appreciate what the union does. And how they do it, and she can exercise your rights under the first amendment of the constitution and the union just won't let her do it now. So so the union. As these these stupid games to keep Irene Sieger from getting old thing. Yeah. From bolting the union and yet yet really you have to go to a lawsuit to get to. I y is quietly help her get out easier and make the story go away. Now, they're making it a big deal. Yeah. Well, it it basically comes to kind of an intimidation factor. You know, you have one employee in this case is going to be a class action lawsuit. There's obviously hundreds if not thousands of other workers simulations way to like Irene the one over in Ventura County is a class action lawsuit too. We we argued at a ninth circuit court of appeals case up in San Francisco last month on behalf of forty thousand California state employees, the case called Hamadi comedic choose me that they could force the union there to pay back a hundred million dollars to state employees had money taken out of their paycheck. Just seems like there should be some kind of local agency that she could go to handle this for. Would handle this your defiling? A federal lawsuit is not something that everybody has has the ability to do. Well. And that's why the right towards foundations around. We were representing messeghero for free. We provide that aid to her. And so she doesn't have any legal Costner's matter. But you're right. I mean, the public employees relations commission out in California does some of this for state, employees and others. But for a teacher like Irene and others. That are similarly situated, it's it's a very difficult battle you. You're exactly right. You know, going out and hire your own lawyer, doesn't it doesn't make sense because you're fighting over thousand dollars a year and most lawyers want more than that to litigated case like this. So yeah, it's unfortunate we have to go into the court system. But the reason why we do it. And the reason why and and thank you were getting some publicity about it. And hopefully, maybe the unions will back off and say, look if you want out you can get out, and and we're going to let you out, and I think that's ultimately it will happen to you. Because I had because they will have the legal right to get out. Supreme court decision. The union fought it up to the US supreme court and they lost. Now they have to comply with the ruling. That's right. Shouldn't be now. Go to another judge. To get to get the union to comply. The supreme court already said that the union has to comply ask this, Mark. We're talking to Mark mixed presidents of the national right to work foundation. Did the teacher's union in LA change anything about how to get out of the union after the supreme court decision last June? Did they change any methods? Not that we're aware of until someone brought it to their attention, quote, unquote. Right. They didn't change anything and entering was never informed of these rights after the fact, and you know, we sent a letter to controllers in states across the country wants to record issue decision telling them they shouldn't be collecting any money from anybody until they can prove that they had this waiver first minute right in this case in the AFC, Orange County. We don't believe they did that and the and that's one of the the argument for making indications. They just didn't inform them their rights and wants notify these workers wanted to get out. They made it very difficult. Are making it very difficult. So you're hoping through the publicity as you mentioned that some other teachers will join onto this class action suit. We hope so, and we hope that is racing, you know, put sunshine on this idea that in nothing in the supreme court decision line, California law. Stop anyone from joining the union voluntarily. That's really what the kind of the the other side of the coil. It just gives the freedom to either join the union or be out of the union either. You wanna pay the money or you don't pay the money exactly, which is based should be basic freedom of life. If she had been able to get out of the union months ago, Mark what would have happened to her under this new contract, which you've been included in the in the deal or not. Yeah. That's a great question. And that's one of the one of the issues remains unsettled in this whole idea this this kind of institution of compulsory unionism, giving you officials ULA in in L A, and and the SE over in Ventura County had the privilege of it's known as exclusive representation meetings there. Soul voice in a bargain unit. And because they have asked for and been granted this power to represent every single worker and a bargain, even though even if the worker didn't vote for them didn't want to be in the union and would like to talk to their employer themselves. Those employees cannot under the law talk to a school board member or their principal about their working conditions. They have to go through the union. Well, the union comes back and says because you know, we're quote unquote forced to represent all these workers we need to pay them pay us as a condition of their employment. But we'd like to say to the book represents your members and do a great job of it. And you'll have you'll have no problem recruiting teachers to join your organization, but when you're out there doing the political stuff, they do in the manner that they do it you're turning off a lot of teachers and taxpayers and citizens of states like California. And and you're making the case for individuals like I renowned individuals that Mitra that say, you know, I don't agree. And and that's what this all about. So she will be under this new contract you, but you can't do it any other. Way. There's no other recourse for other than accepting this union as her bargaining agent. Because that's what the law says she has to do Mark. We appreciate you coming on. Thank you. Thank you, Mark. Mexico's president from the national right to work foundation and get in touch with them. If you're a public employee union member you having trouble getting out of your union because the supreme court said you have the right to get out of there. Not still the dues deducted from your paycheck, and there's a teacher up in Puerto ranch. She's done just that a new class action lawsuit that represented by the national right to work foundation. More coming up your chance to win a thousand dollars.

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"puerto ranch" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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08:51 min | 2 years ago

"puerto ranch" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Six four seven nine after three o'clock and just for fun. We'll sort through the latest on the state of the union length. Anybody cares if it comes or it doesn't happen next Tuesday? But it's pretty funny. What's happening today because Trump and Pelosi trying to one up each other cancel unattended. Anyway, I I listened to cable news for a few minutes drive in here. The anchor was going we're in uncharted territory. This is unprecedented. This is never happened before that a president has been disinvited from delivering state of the in. It's like said down. From middle name. Anyway, unprecedent this is I don't know what to make of this. Right. The decorum and the order of this terrible on dignifies. Remember when Clinton would give state of the union addresses that would go on for about an hour and a half. And he was in his underwear weird. I mean, I remember that gas bag time we were still on the air at six o'clock dead. And we were like I'm not staying to the end there's going to be seven forty. It's a laundry list of nonsense. That never gets passed. And if it does get past changes nothing. No, I do not understand. Why anybody even runs it? But it's not news. It's a cliche campaign speech. I'm fredrick. -ation? And the same the same theatrical moments where the Republicans all cheer the Republican president the Democrats sit on their hands and vice versa. And then there are special guests in the audience with some emotional moving story and the president uses them to to provide a human element to whatever issue. They want to highlight it very scripted. All all I think all that's required by law is that the president issue on paper just a general rundown of how the country's doing, and he could just Email it to you know, everybody's everybody's computer. And that's it. That's all it's all your required to do. And they didn't have this many years ago. When television came suddenly, it'd be a televised national address with all this great drama and Thompson nonsense so necessary. There's one single interesting thing that comes out. If any of this stuff. So yesterday the end of the teachers strike in the LA unified school district coming up at four o'clock. We will have a guest on the show to talk about a teacher at Puerto ranch community school. Irene Sieger who was filing a federal class action lawsuit against UT LA the teacher's union alleging that they still took dues out of her paycheck despite a change in law that bars public sector unions from forcing members to pay. So we'll talk about this with a Representative from one of the groups that helps people out the wanna do this. Mark mix is president of the national right to work foundation. And they're representing this teacher. He'll be on four zero five talk about this again class action, hope and other teachers wake up and see the absurdity of this. Because as we learned during the show yesterday this deal for the teachers of which they're big things seemed to be class sizes and getting more counselors and more librarians in the schools, really. Turned out to be I mean reduction of one student per grade level from twenty thousand nine to twenty twenty over the course of three or four years. I guess the three years it'll be four less students. I think that's pretty marginal. That's that's nothing. And because because it's so little how you you can't enforce that. Anyway. If I think some of this is going to happen naturally because they're losing students enrollment is going down every year and is going down dramatically. So I think naturally some of the some of the class sizes are going shrink, his nobody. Nobody sends their kids to public schools except largely the poor and the immigrants. I mean, it's now forty percent of the kids don't speak English to the LA public school LA public schools. Yeah. Yeah. Eighty four percent. I think it's his Hispanic eighty four percent poor. It's statistics show that there's one specific demographic that's getting served all the taxpayers have to pay for this. But most of them have to send their kids. Well, they either have to move to a suburban public school or they got to send their kid to a religious school or a private school or charter school. But the actual main public school system is unusable for most of the middle and upper middle classes, and certainly the wealthy in Los Angeles. They can't send their kids to these schools, and there should be a lot of resentment about this because then you have to pay the extra tax to send your kids to pay school because even Catholic schools charge something on the on the counselor end enough councillors to bring the ratio closer to one counselor five hundred students that's a joke right now. There's one for every seven hundred to eight hundred the fallacious. Elsa gun times. Police actually had an had a headline today about how you know the teachers celebrate. Yeah, I've got that one the gains in after contract. Significant gains here. So you have one one counselor for five hundred kids, and what was it one counselor for five hundred and thirteen kids. Is everybody's smoking crack how could you have one counselor for five hundred kids, and you call that a victory, and why is the Gunda times backing the union? On this even union got screwed. Why are they insisting the union one big like I'm trying to figure out 'cause 'cause they're pro-union everybody. What the union got screwed? But then then that about objectively and analyzing the contract. But if you're throwing we are trying to figure out what happened. If you're pro union members both sides declare victory, although I don't think the superintendent declared victory here. Okay. But he had to play the politically correct line. This is about getting the kids back. It's a Big Ben victorious. But what's the reality? The reality is the teachers teacher struck and got a handful. I think. Ah? The occurred to them that the money's not there right now. In fact, we have a story that that what's going to happen next is that the Garcetti and the rest of the city officials are going to team up with the teachers union and the schools, and they're going to try to get this rollback a prop thirteen which is on the ballot and twenty twenty pass. But they believe it will bring a windfall of money for the schools. They want to go after commercial property owners split role. It's called right. Of course, they have a ridiculous bureaucratic. And they wanna do is they want to raise property taxes on commercial owners right because it is about commercial real estate property. Right. Not about your residence, and they believe that there's been shenanigans in the way title is transferred. So it looks like the properties never stole sold rights. And if it's never sold then you never have to pay property value. Right. That's kind of what it is. We're gonna have John coupon. What Friday Friday Friday is in town. It'd be in studio and he's going to he's going to explain this. But because this apparently was one thing that they dangled in front of the union says, I will work real hard this passes. There could be billions more dollars in some will come to L A. Maybe that'll help us. But that's not what is it everybody. This this gas bag, Alex Kudo, Pearl say look we gained very little out of the strike, but me and beaten her and yoga pants. He he kind of did it was. Clip yesterday. I think we did play it where he kind implied. It's just an incremental or we're on the road to on the road to yet. Usually, right. We've got very little out of this. But we think we'll get more the next contract. I just want to smack people. You you you every every all three of them. No, there's no money. And all he did is is really screw up. Parents lives for a week and a half and wasted a week and a half of the kids live with your and your your back to where you started before the strike. We were looking at the Facebook page for teachers and it looked like they were angry, but supposedly a pass with two thirds of the union. But one third went online, they got loud, and they got vocal because they saw what we saw what the hell is this. We didn't get much out of this. They didn't. All right. We got more coming up. John and Ken show KFI..

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03:49 min | 2 years ago

"puerto ranch" Discussed on 790 KABC

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"puerto ranch" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"puerto ranch" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Read your Roe v and her family didn't let a few frigid gusts. Put a damper on their holiday plans shopping together. Whatever the weather and not far away Wayne shook and Bob pen enough off veteran bicyclists heading off to challenge the conditions and the unknown gusty, which is the worst. Because you don't know when it's coming. Back here live, you could see one of the benefits to windy days like this clear views when all the dust and pollution is finally blown away. Always see from here right now are plenty twinkling lights live in Puerto ranch. Gordon took about you NBC four news fire broke out on a float today at the rose parade bringing the event to a complete stop it happened on the Chinese American. Heritage Foundation float around nine forty five this morning as it was making its way along orange at Colorado. The ninety foot long float had to be towed that caused a long delay. And let me people assume the parade had ended so crowd started leaving early missing the final floats the parade. No one was hurt till the rose parade is over and tomorrow is your last chance to get an eye full of all the beautiful decorations designs in detail in person. NBC four is Kim Baldato gives us a closer. Look. It's the parade after the parade. But this time the people parade around the incredible floats admiring every detail take a look for two days. Floats are on display long. Sierra Madre in Washington. Boulevards visitors can take their time looking at the creations. They saw on TV for only a few seconds.

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Update: Primary Elections 2018

John and Ken

02:02 min | 3 years ago

Update: Primary Elections 2018

"And veterans presenting section eight vouchers are just more of a hassle and there are only two thousand of those vouchers in the entire state of california he says two thousand can't get a spot in one of the two million rentals available in the state it's sad for those veterans that are in many cases having a hard time making ends meet have no place to go and as we know many wind up homeless he says the bill would add veteran and military status to housing discrimination categories such as race gender and religion corbin carson kfi news polls have closed in indiana while last minute votes come in for primaries in west virginia ohio and north carolina abc's mark remillard says the race in west virginia shaking up or shaping up rather to be a key senate race for republicans and controversial candidate don blankenship has shaken up the race and brought a fair amount of criticism his way for using the term china people in a campaign ad lincoln ship later said he was not race baiting he says he was focusing on china taking jobs away from the us vice president pence his brother greg has won the republican nomination for the congressional seat in indiana and west virginia's democratic senator joe manchin has been projected as the winner of his party's primary president trump has announced the us is out of the international nuclear deal reached with iran during the obama administration this was a horrible onesided deal that should have never ever been made it didn't bring calm it didn't bring peace and it never will the president says it allowed iran to keep enriching uranium which put a closer to developing nuc nuclear weapons trump signed an order today to impose sanctions on iran but he says he is willing to renegotiate a new agreement rape things can happen for iran iran's president says he's ordered his foreign minister to negotiate with other countries traffic from the helpful socal honda traffic center we have a stall on the one eighteen in puerto ranch this one's on the eastbound side right at tampa avenue it's blocking the middle lane and traffic is a huge mass coming away from sodo mike o'brien's checking out when a park the kfi in the sky brought to you by injury.

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