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"rachel peach" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

03:05 min | 9 months ago

"rachel peach" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

"The ongoing pandemic has touched nearly all aspects of our lives including our food chain meat. Production is down substantially due to corona virus processing plants leading to growing concern over the nation's supply consumer reports just published information on where to get meet during this pandemic so joining us now is consumer reports investigative reporter. Rachel Peach Men Rachel. Thanks for being with us and so when we talk about the vulnerability of the meat supply chain. What does this mean for consumers? What can we expect to see? And at the Grocery Stores Short will consumers are experiencing limits on their meat purchasing options and perhaps some increases in price. Simply because there's a bottleneck at the meat processing plants where there have been severe. Cova nineteen outbreaks so while there is plenty of meat on the farm. Animals are there. There's this bottleneck at the processing plants. That isn't helping us get the meat to the grocery stores where people are trying to buy it now. Rachel we've heard a lot about beef. Being one of those meets specifically that may be difficult to find all meat products be affected at this point. All meat products seemed to be affected. Production in general of me is down about thirty five percent right now but I want to make clear that we also have supply in cold storage at this point. We've got hundreds of millions of pounds of pork poultry and beef. So it's not that won't be able to get any meat. It's just that your options may be limited all right and you have to limit how much you actually bring home to from the grocery store. How long do you foresee this meat? Supply being impacted like this. Well it really depends on what happens at the meat processing plants. Most important is to keep the workers. They're safe and healthy. If the meat processing plants don't have safety protocols in place then the meat production could slow even further so it's most important to open up safely and scale up in a way that allows workers to stay safe and produce meat and in a way that keeps production going. So it's hard to say how long this will last. But government officials are working. Very hard to divert supply places that need it so for example where there is excess on the farm or perhaps waste on the farm. They are working to divert that to food banks and nutrition assistant programs and consumers that that need that all right. How about just giving us some quick tips for those of us who may be having a hard time finding meet at the supermarket. I know it can vary. Based on the day of the week I go to the supermarket. What can we do as consumers absolutely well? This'll be a great time to seek out your local farmer. Smaller local farmers have been able to be really resilience and pivot and instead of selling wholesale to restaurants or other bigger institutions. They are now offering options to consumers. So you might want to look at the national.

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Grocery chains limit meat purchases to prevent hoarding

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

03:05 min | 9 months ago

Grocery chains limit meat purchases to prevent hoarding

"The ongoing pandemic has touched nearly all aspects of our lives including our food chain meat. Production is down substantially due to corona virus processing plants leading to growing concern over the nation's supply consumer reports just published information on where to get meet during this pandemic so joining us now is consumer reports investigative reporter. Rachel Peach Men Rachel. Thanks for being with us and so when we talk about the vulnerability of the meat supply chain. What does this mean for consumers? What can we expect to see? And at the Grocery Stores Short will consumers are experiencing limits on their meat purchasing options and perhaps some increases in price. Simply because there's a bottleneck at the meat processing plants where there have been severe. Cova nineteen outbreaks so while there is plenty of meat on the farm. Animals are there. There's this bottleneck at the processing plants. That isn't helping us get the meat to the grocery stores where people are trying to buy it now. Rachel we've heard a lot about beef. Being one of those meets specifically that may be difficult to find all meat products be affected at this point. All meat products seemed to be affected. Production in general of me is down about thirty five percent right now but I want to make clear that we also have supply in cold storage at this point. We've got hundreds of millions of pounds of pork poultry and beef. So it's not that won't be able to get any meat. It's just that your options may be limited all right and you have to limit how much you actually bring home to from the grocery store. How long do you foresee this meat? Supply being impacted like this. Well it really depends on what happens at the meat processing plants. Most important is to keep the workers. They're safe and healthy. If the meat processing plants don't have safety protocols in place then the meat production could slow even further so it's most important to open up safely and scale up in a way that allows workers to stay safe and produce meat and in a way that keeps production going. So it's hard to say how long this will last. But government officials are working. Very hard to divert supply places that need it so for example where there is excess on the farm or perhaps waste on the farm. They are working to divert that to food banks and nutrition assistant programs and consumers that that need that all right. How about just giving us some quick tips for those of us who may be having a hard time finding meet at the supermarket. I know it can vary. Based on the day of the week I go to the supermarket. What can we do as consumers absolutely well? This'll be a great time to seek out your local farmer. Smaller local farmers have been able to be really resilience and pivot and instead of selling wholesale to restaurants or other bigger institutions. They are now offering options to consumers. So you might want to look at the national

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"rachel peach" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"rachel peach" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"The deluge of music on the internet vinyl records are making a comeback as we did when Amazon went from digital to stole I expect we're going to see that continuing gross of vinyl for the next couple of years. You can ration- sales vinyl records have increased from nearly sixteen million dollars in two thousand six to four hundred nineteen million in twenty eighteen Fisher Price is recalling its positive rock in place. Leaper Xavier each cradle on a metal stand. The rocks. Infants and the baby's apparently can roll off of it. Consumer reports investigative reporter Rachel peach men broke the story. Thirty two fatalities confirmed by Fisher Price associated with the rocketing play. And then once we started investigating we talk to parents, and pediatricians and became very alarmed at the safety risks. Pose the recall involves more than four million rock in place. Leaper not everyone's on board with the American college of physicians recommendations on breast exams, the largest US specialty organization says women between fifty and seventy four years of age with no symptoms of breast cancer should get a mammogram every other year. However to radio groups have come out against it saying recommendation is putting women's lives at risk would be missing a huge number of cancer, which occur and the younger population. Nikki Gidwani with the Marsha Rae. Breslin women center in Glendale says the ACP is citing costs as a reason for the recommendation in terms of saving lives. It's really prudent for our patient. Wants to be screened every year to really get the best benefit EP's recommendation can be found in the annals of internal medicine. Karen Adams, Canucks, ten seventy NewsRadio swelling things they shouldn't have nothing new. But it's getting to be a lot more dangerous. Unlike in years past kids toys have a lot more small batteries and magnets things that do a lot more than just sit in your stomach. Also cost about to erode inbetween and the chemicals that just leaked out and react with the acidic contents of the stomach becomes very dangerous because it can cost different preparation. DR daughter. My at dignity health Northridge hospital tells KNX there are certain things that you as a parent should look for. Not asking right. Not eating having chest pain, just grueling or having shortness of breath. They're having trouble breathing of children under six who went to the offer swallowed items doubled from nineteen ninety-five twenty fifteen Brian paying KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. Find over President Trump's tax returns is heating up with House Democrats saying they want him to turn over the tax returns. Before the end of the month. Story is coming up at the top of the hour..

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"rachel peach" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"rachel peach" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"With his caddy. That's about as much as you're going to get out of them molinar each a thirteen under Molinari's, so stoic the energetic. Brian k trick with the call there at fifteen Molinari on top is the third round comes to an end. He was in the greenside bunker at eighteen able to chip up and leave it for feet from the hole the moment. It's a two shot lead over Tony female and Tiger Woods both at eleven under Molinari's at thirteen. Under Brooks kept at ten under par three shots back. You're listening to exclusive coverage of the two thousand nineteen masters on Westwood One. At least one tornado has slammed into a small town in Texas today a dozen people were hurt several homes were damaged border Makina Rodriguez easy in Franklin. Didn't see a lot of tree damage what trees Bree in the road? There was some construction signs that were flipped over and people had to be extricated from their homes Franklin's about one hundred twenty five miles south of Dallas, abandon accused of throwing a five year old boy from a balcony forty feet down to the ground floor at the mall of America outside Minneapolis, Bloomington. Police chief Jeff punches is the young boy is in serious condition. The child that fell is still alive. I know there's been some reports and concerns about whether or not he was if you still alive he is. He's still receiving care does not appear that the suspect knew the boy or his family. He has a history of being involved in disturbances at the mall after a week of warnings from consumer advocates popular infants sleeper now is being recalled by Fisher Price, more than thirty infants die after laying in the rock and play Rachel peach men broke the story is an investigative reporter for consumer reports danger inclined sleep products inherently caused. An increase in the risk of suffocation for infants babies should not be put to sleep at an incline because it can lead to a decrease in oxygen levels. And also this particular product and others like it are associated with infants rolling over onto their stomach and suffocating because they're not able to roll back onto their backs. The recall affects more than four million Rockin, please sleepers the number of measles cases in the US continues to grow including here in California. And public health experts are not happy about it or communities scattered throughout the US that have lost their herd immunity to measles because so many parents have refused to vaccinate their children. That is the case where someone with measles come to the United States. They will introduce measles. And we will have the kind of outbreaks Dr Arthur Ryan, Goldens, professor of epidemiology UC Berkeley school of public health. He says that is incredibly frustrating because measles was eliminated in the US twenty years ago. Now, there are four hundred sixty five cases nationwide, including seventeen in California. That's unfortunate. Because the vaccine we have is very safe and very effective since it's going to be difficult to eliminate the disease from the US again because hurt him unity is reached when roughly ninety five percent of the population is vaccinated, and the anti vaccine movement is preventing that from happening Cooper, Ronald KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio..

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"rachel peach" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"rachel peach" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"The tournament's youngest champion in two thousand. Four Phil Mickelson think of legendary birdie putt on the final hole to claim his allusive. I major in twenty thirteen. Adam Scott triumph in a sudden death playoff in the falling rain and in twenty fifteen Jordan speeds youthful brilliance, earned him his first major equaling the masters all-time scoring record Rolex is proud to be a part of golf and celebrate the greatest masters moments of yesterday today and tomorrow, this is a story of perpetual excellence the story of Rolex twenty forty eight on KNX vans accused of throwing a five year old boy from about Connie forty feet down to the ground floor at the mall of America outside Minneapolis Flemington. Police chief Jeff pants as the boys in serious condition. The child that fell is still alive. I know there's been some reports and concerns about whether or not he was if he is still alive. He is. He's still receiving care does not appear that the suspect knew the boy or his family. He has a history of being involved in this. Turbans is at the mall, a six year old George girls died after being accidentally shot by her four year old brother the shooting happened Monday inside a car parked in the driveway of a home and unincorporated Dallas, Georgia. A sheriff's spokesman says the family was in the car bought to leave home when the car wouldn't start. He says the mother got out to see what was wrong, and somehow the little boy found the handgun and accidentally discharged. His sister was shot in the head. She was pronounced dead Thursday. Detectives believe the gum was retrieved. From the car's center, console no charges will be filed in the case after a week of warnings from consumer advocates applauded or infants lever now is being recalled by Fisher Price, more than thirty infants died after laying in the rock and play Rachel, peach mint or broke the story as an investigative reporter for consumer reports insent inclined sleep products inherently cause an increase in the risk of suffocation for infants babies should not be put to sleep at an incline because. Was it can lead to a decrease in oxygen levels. And also this particular product and others like it are associated with infants rolling over onto their stomach and suffocating because they're not able to roll back onto their backs. A recall affects more than four million Rockin play sleepers..

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KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"rachel peach" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Seven fifty three on this Saturday morning at several measles outbreaks in the United States, just keep getting bigger, including here in California and public health experts. Tell KNX the anti vaccine movement is to blame ninety five percent of a given population needs to be vaccinated in order to maintain hurt immunity against measles communities where the rate is lower. And that's where you tend to see outbreaks occur and be sustained Dr Kathleen Harriman is with the California Public health department. She says it's sad and frustrating to see that happen because measles was eliminated the US twenty years ago. But now there are four hundred sixty five cases, including seventeen in California. Because these outbreaks always put susceptible people at risk. And there can be complications from measles. She says she thinks the brakes are going to get worse before they get better. And she says parents need to do their part by ignoring the anti vaccine movement and getting their kids. Immunized Cooper, Rummell KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. Fisher Price is recalling its popular rock and play sleepers. They feature a cradle on a metal stand that rocks. Infants and the baby's apparently can roll right off of it. Consumer reports investigative reporter Rachel peach men broke this story. Thirty two fatalities confirmed by Fisher Price. Associated with the rock and play. And then once we started investigating we talk to parents, and pediatricians and became very alarmed at the safety risk at pose the recall involves more than four million rock and play sleepers. Northern California woman has been sentenced to fifty two weeks of child abuse counseling and four years of probation for abandoning her six-year-old son at Los Angeles Union Station this happened last June fourth the walnut creek woman pleaded no contest to a felony child endangerment charge. She also must enrolled in a mental health program of protective order will allow the woman to have monitored visits with her son. A one falls four stories Filippini in Hollywood, we have that story coming up after CBS news hour right now, seven fifty five traffic.

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KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"rachel peach" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"You realize of course, we can never be on the thirtieth anniversary of the hit romantic comedy when Harry met Sally, actor and comedian. Billy, crystal sank, his hands and feet into cement at the Chinese theater. In Hollywood, crystal told the crowd that he does not take this lightly at all, adding I take this to my heart. Crystal first gained fame for his work on television. Notably the comedy soap. He was also a member of the cast of Saturday Night Live before beginning a long and successful film career. Disney unveils its new streaming service at about half the cost of what Netflix charges which could result in Disney becoming the top dog in the streaming world. Transformational pattern that is now going to obselete cable television. It's as important as the advent of cable expert porter Bibb of media tech partners tells KNX the house has certainly roared. In a classic Disney overwhelming manner. They have fun believable content. They priced it at a very appealing in high competitive rates. Basically their timing is going to be perfect says it won't kill meth legs, but utterly destroy. The other plans streaming services are simple. It is brand that is the content and the built in audience is the has from TV and movies, but the parks Bob, real cane accent, seventy NewsRadio after a week of warning. Some consumer advocates a popular infants sleeper now being recalled by Fisher Price more than thirty. Infants have died after laying in the rock and play Rachel peach men who broke the story is an investigative reporter for consumer reports insent inclined sleep products inherently cause an increase in the risk of suffocation for infants babies should not be put to sleep at an incline because it can lead to a decrease in oxygen levels. And also. This particular product and others like it are associated with infants rolling over onto their stomach and suffocating because they're not able to roll back onto their back recall fix more than four million rock in place. Sleepers a Philadelphia documents dealer calls it one of the truly great funds. Ethan ravage talking about the handwritten notification of president Abraham Lincoln's death, the telegram was thought to be lost. But will now go up for sale. It was written inside the home or Lincoln was taken after being shot at Ford's theatre on April fourteenth eighteen sixty five he died. The next day and secretary of war Edwin Stanton dictated, the telegram that reads ABRAHAM LINCOLN died this morning at twenty two minutes after seven the document had been in the hands of civil war generals, family and his valued at half a million dollars. Pam Coulter CBS news three fifty time for your money. Wall Street is signing up for Disney. Plus shares jumped to an all-time high after investor. Got details of Disney's new cheaper than Netflix streaming service in Netflix, shares gaining weight cheaper. The stock dropped four percent. The dip shave six point nine billion dollars off nets this market value. The deal that went him. The Simpsons is paying off for CEO. Bob, Eiger, Disney stocks are jazz nearly twenty seven billion dollars to Disney's market cap that covers more than a third of what Disney paid for twenty first Century, Fox if your weekend plans include a few drinks, or maybe a few too many. Here's something to think about a company called neutral, drip is selling an intravenous hangover remedy in ministered at homes and offices oriented so-called lounges in Manhattan to wealthy clients. It says include musicians and athletes a similar business. Infuse wellness is based in Santa Monica customers think it works. The FDA says it does not regulate v hangover treatments on Wall Street the Dell of two hundred sixty nine points. The NASDAQ up thirty six in the SNP up nineteen for the week. The Dow is unchanged. The nasdaq..

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KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"rachel peach" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Things could cause serious internal hard number of pediatric ER visits for swallowed items has doubled over the last twenty years, Dr my life with dignity health Northridge hospital tells KNX in many cases, it's not just simply a matter of going in and pulling something out. Younger than six years old have come into the ER that have ingested these small button battery those batteries can leak acid and other chemicals into the body. The doctor says if you spot symptoms don't wait get your child to a hospital the x Ray. And then the timing is also very important because you can see pretty bad damages within one two hours after the ingestion and sometimes even up to eight to twelve hours or so kids are also increasingly swallowing small magnets, which can do major damage to the GI tract. If they stick together Brian paying KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio Fisher Price, recalling its popular rock and play sleepers feature a cradle on metal strand that rocks. Infants in the baby's apparently can roll off of it. Consumer reports investigative reporter Rachel peach mint has that story. Thirty two fatalities confirmed by Fisher Price associated with the rocketing play. And then once we started. Investigating. We talk to parents, and pediatricians and became very alarmed at the fifty risk at pose recall involves more than four million Rockin play sleepers. Well, when it comes to first dates millennials seem to know what to ask what to expect and how much to spend nearly twice as likely as their elders. The fuel comfortable discussing salary credit scores. Student.

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KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"rachel peach" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"I'm CBS scarf camp. KNX ten seventy NewsRadio forty seven and San Clemente. Fifty nine late force at one forty seven the top prosecutor in Chicago is under fire from the mayor and police trying to restore faith in her department. Cook County state's attorney Kim FOX says in a statement that she invited an independent review of the resolution of a sixteen criminal counts, formerly pending against my lead who was accused of staging a racist, homophobic, attack on himself in January FOX recused herself from the case, but her office stunned many when it dropped the charges against Millette who insists he is innocent. The city is sewing spell it for more than one hundred thirty thousand dollars. It says it spent investigating the alleged hoax. Alison keys. CBS news, Terry. We are just. It's going to be friends. Okay. You realize of course, that we can never be friends on the thirtieth anniversary of the hit Bermuda comedy. When Harry met Sally, actor and comedian. Billy, crystal sank, his hands and feet into cement at the Chinese theater. In Hollywood, crystal told the crowd, he does not take this lightly at all, adding I take this to my heart crystal, I beam favors work on television. Notably in the comedy soap. He was also a member of the cast of Saturday Night Live before beginning a long and successful film career Disney debut in its new streaming service at about half, the cost of what Netflix charges which could result in Disney becoming the top dog and the streaming world. Transformational pattern that is now going to opt sleet, cable television. It's as important as the advent of cable expert porter Bibb of media tech partners tells KNX the boss has certainly roared. In a classic Disney overwhelming manner. They have unbelievable content. They priced it at a very appealing and highly competitive rates, basically, their timing is going to be perfect says won't kill Netflix, but will utterly destroy the other plan streaming services. Threes are simple that is the brand that is the content and the built in audience is the has from TV and movies, but theme parks. Bob Brill can't accent, seventy NewsRadio. After a week of warning. Some consumer advocates popular infants sleepers now being recalled by Fisher Price more than thirty. Infants have died after laying in the rock in play. Rachel peach men who broke the story as an investigative reporter for consumer reports insent inclined sleep products inherently caused an increase in the risk of suffocation for infants babies should not be put to sleep at an incline because it can lead to a decrease in oxygen levels. And also. This particular product and others like it are associated with infants rolling over onto their stomach and suffocating because they're not able to roll back onto their backs recall affects more than four million rock and play sleepers. Philadelphia. Documents dealer calls it, one of the truly great fine ravaged talking about the handwritten notification of president Abraham Lincoln's death, the telegram was thought to be lost. But will now go up for sale. It was written inside the home or Lincoln was taken after being shot at Ford. Stater on April fourteenth eighteen sixty five he died. The next day and secretary of war Edwin Stanton dictated, the telegram that reads ABRAHAM LINCOLN died this morning at twenty two minutes after seven the document had been in the hands of a civil war generals, family and his valued at half a million dollars..

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"rachel peach" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"rachel peach" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Number of pediatric ER visits for swallowed items has doubled over the last twenty years. Dr my lie with dignity health Northridge hospital tells KNX in many cases, it's not just simply a matter of going in and pulling something out. Younger than sixty years old. I have come into the ER that have ingested be small button battery those batteries can leak acid and other chemicals into the body. The doctor says if you spot symptoms don't wait get your child to a hospital the x Ray. And then the timing is also very important because you can see pretty bad damage is within one two hours after the ingestion and sometimes even up to about eight to twelve hours or so kids are also increasingly swallowing small magnets, which can do major damage to the GI tract. If they stick together Brian paying KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio Fisher Price, recalling its popular rock in place. Sleepers feature cradle on a metal stand that rocks. Infants in the baby's apparently can roll off on it. We'll roll off of it. Consumer reports investigative reporter Rachel peach men broke the story to say talent is confirmed by Fisher Price. Associated with the rock in play. And then once we started investigating we talk to parents, and pediatricians and became very alarmed at the safety risks. Pose the recall of those more than four million rock in place. Sleepers when it comes to first dates millennials seem to know what to ask what to expect and how much to spend nearly twice as likely as their elders feel comfortable discussing salary credit scores. Student loan or credit card debt unafraid. First date that found in a study from thank rate dot com. Bank rates. Amanda, Dixon, millennials unique financial challenges. And so when they're dating talking about money's less awkward. They're both trying to figure out how to overcome these financial Austa Kohl's blend you'll say ninety seven dollars as an appropriate amount to spend on a first date. Stephan Kaufman, CBS news, traffic.

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02:34 min | 1 year ago

"rachel peach" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Infants have died after laying in the rock and play Rachel peach mint is an investigative reporter for consumer reports who broke the story. Incense inclined sleep products inherently caused an increase interest of suffocation for infants babies should not be put to sleep at an incline because it can lead to a decrease in oxygen levels. And also this particular product and others like it are associated with infants rolling over onto their stomach and suffocating because they're not able to roll back onto their backs recall affects more than four million rock and place. Levers, the jockeys ad said, I need to have decided not to protest a ban on writing crops in whips at have opted for a new device called the cushion crop. Triple crown trainer. Bob Baffert tells cakes soft crop that doesn't hurt the horse just helps keep the animal focused on the race. It's a big step forward to to you know, they were they weren't going to ride with him today. But they changed it came with this crop. And so we're gonna try them out today. Everybody's gonna have him. And it almost looks like a hard talking stick. The thing at the end of it. But you know, we're we're we're going the right direction. The owners said I need to prove the ban on writing crops and the California horse racing board. Quickly followed banning their use statewide. They could chill a fist of music festival kicked off today in the desert the music mecca attracts huge crowds and some of the hottest acts around Kat Corbett DJ at our sister station. K rock is out there. Now, she tells Kate what's coming up for the first weekend. You know, obviously, the headliner on Sunday came Impala smart. I definitely more k rock artist. And they're going to do. Well. And like, I said, Billy. I think is going to be tonight's headliner is childish Gambino, aka Donald Glover. He's expected to hit the stage just before midnight five and cast. A have you making that Friday night drive out of town? Listen up. We got some road troubles there. We'll talk about that in to that. It's forty-three. This is Bill. Finally, got me Bill. What's that the Clark street? Crater the mother of all pothole. Yeah. Year after rim wrecking year. It's twelve to the people of this town, they tried to fill it. But it always turns Comey could, but you know, stay to you. Not that trash talking to pothole. Yes. Yes. I am go with a win. That's here to help life. Go. Right. State farm. Talk to an agent today. Rick skateboards serving so Cal for over forty years, the specialist.

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05:15 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Karen Adams, our top local story at six thirty a street racer who caused a fiery crashing commerce that killed three people. Get sentenced to more than twenty two years in prison. One hundred twenty seven miles an hour, two and a half seconds before impact. Prosecutor Michael Blake it playing Russian roulette on the freeway that are lakes us during that late night race three years ago on the five freeway Diablo Lockhart ran into slower traffic slammed on the brakes lost control and hit a big rig the tractor trailer flipped over the center divider smashed into oncoming vehicles and burst into flames. A UPS driver in to college students died for other people were seriously hurt Lockhart apologize to the victims and their families sincere way expresses remorse for what happened in all my career. I have never seen that in a criminal case Lockhart. Attorney Dimitri Guerin says his client wanted to accept responsibility for what he did. Sorry years Goren says with the time already served and credit for good conduct. He expects Lockhart to get out of prison in about eight years. Cluggy cluggy skew KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. The other shoe has now fallen with the Lakers Johnson quit Luke Walton was basically given his release now should replacing him as coach be the team's next move Bleacher report Lakers reporter, Eric Pinkas says a BIC decision. Lies ahead for Lakers ownership. As the controlling owner of the Lakers has to decide can they now trust and build around the vision of linka. And if that's the case, then that's all there is they don't need another president. They would trust him. But if not then they need to go find someone else. And if you're gonna find someone else does that person in a want rob Pelinka as their general manager and the answer? Maybe. Yes. Maybe. No. Meaning also getting a new coach. Well, that's got to be put on the backburner until a decision on. What they'll do what their front office is made Randy can extend seventy NewsRadio a popular. Infants sleeper is being recalled by Fisher Price, more than thirty. Infants have died after laying in the rock and play Rachel peach mint is an investigative reporter for consumer reports who broke the story. The danger is that incense inclined sleep products inherently caused an increase in the risk of suffocation for infants babies should not be put to sleep at an incline because it can lead to a decrease in oxygen levels. And also, this particular. Product and others like it are associated with infants rolling over onto their stomach and suffocating because they're not able to roll back onto their backs. The recall affects more than four million rock and play sleepers swallowing things. They shouldn't since not new, but it is getting a lot more dangerous. Unlike in years past kids toys, have a lot more small disc, batteries and magnets. Do a lot more than just sit in your stomach. And then that will also cost about to erode between. And the chemicals just leaked out and react with the acidic contents of the stomach becomes very dangerous because it could cost preparation DR. Doctor my Lai at dignity health Northridge hospital tells KNX there are certain things that you as a parent should look for. Not acting right? Not eating having grueling are having shortness of breath with they're having trouble breathing number of children under six who went to the swallowed items doubled from nineteen ninety-five to thousand fifteen Brian paying KNX ten seventy NewsRadio antibiotic resistant superbugs killed thousands of people each year. But now there's an effective and extremely simple way to combat them by swapping on regular hospital. So for a subject so called Chlor exiting and adding the use of nasal swabs superbugs have been cut dramatically Dr Susan long of UC Irvine has been heading up the research and Orange County. And she says even the researchers were startled at how simple the strategy is. And how well it works. The magnitude. We were pretty confident it would work. We didn't know to what degree we were helping that it would reduce the super, bud. We saw a huge benefits and infection across the board superbugs and things that are regular hosts on the body that just shouldn't be in certain places when you're ill. And so we were surprised when when it first happened and we've been incredibly, please. Wong says in facilities where the strategy has been used. They've seen a reduction of superbugs by twenty-five percent. Nathan Roberts KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. Disney debut in its new streaming service about half the cost of what Netflix charges which could result in Disney quickly becoming the top dog in these streaming worlds. Pattern is now going to obviously cable television. It's as important as the advent of cable reporter, Bebe of media tech partners tells KNX the boss has certainly roared. Classic Disney overwhelming manner. They have unbelievable content. They priced it at a very appealing and highly competitive freight, basically, their timing is going to be perfect says it won't kill meth legs, but will utterly destroy. The other plans streaming services are simple. That is the brand that is the content and the built in audience is the has from Donnelly, TV and movies, but theme parks. Bob brill. Can't accent seventy NewsRadio. The president wants to do it. Sin migrants to sanctuary cities. The details coming up after traffic.

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"rachel peach" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"rachel peach" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"And play sleepers after more than thirty infant deaths over the past decade the sleeper. Features a cradle on a metal stand that rocks. Infants. The company said it will continue to work with the consumer Product Safety Commission, but the American Academy of pediatrics said on Tuesday that the warning does not go far enough consumer reports investigative reporter, Rachel peach men broke the story and explains what prompted the recall danger is that infant incline sleep products inherently cause an increase in the risk of suffocation for infants babies should not be put to sleep at an incline because it can lead to a decrease in oxygen levels. And also this particular product and others like it are associated with infants rolling over onto their stomach and suffocating because they're not able to roll back onto their backs. Cable. News time is five fifty four. There's a new restaurant concept open downtown that is you could say blazing. This restaurant is hand tailored and completely mimicked off of dispensaries in states, like California and Colorado. Derek Scholtz on his new place called fried which is opening today on Washington avenue downtown he says the. Menu is set up like a dispensary star with a note. Whether that's a chicken nugget or cauliflower nugget, then you're going to choose your strain. We have a whole different lineup of strains, which is our word for sauces. So sweet and sour sauce is a sweet and sour diesel, which is named after a cannabis strain. Are buffalo sauce is fire OG now there was no actual marijuana envy sauces, but you can't get them infused with CBD oil here is we don't want to get everyone product. Of course, we want people to feel high because feeling is good, but I don't necessarily need to walk through the door. Hi, I just need you to feel high after you've had our experience. That's our goal here. He's behind red oak biscuits, which recently moved from downtown to Cherokee street, he grew up on a farm in Warrenton. But is now an urban entrepreneur with everyone support and Saint Louis city Saint Louis county Saint Charles county and good old fashioned Warren county where I grew up. Mostly what's needed is an open mind to come here. See the city where it's at now, and I can. Guarantee. It's not the perception that's in your mind anymore ride is already franchising soult says the first agreement is inked, and he'd like to have thirty of them. Eventually Friday says also fills a late night need in Saint Louis. They're open from eleven AM until one am, and we don't know how much a franchise agreement is. But I imagine already Sunday one before you even open your first store, though. That's pretty good. That's a really good sign won't take much at all. We have more news for you. Coming up.

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"rachel peach" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"rachel peach" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Again taking front and center. CBS news Natalie brand has the latest adviser Stephen Miller has emerged as the administration's point person on immigration matters. President praised him this morning, but also made clear who is in charge of immigration policy. There's only one person that's running. You know, that is it's Bates. But some democratic lawmakers are concerned about Miller's hardline stances, Stephen Miller who is not confirmed by the Senate strikes me as having a truly extreme view of immigration in the United States. And my concern is that we will soon be back to a family separation policy. The president says he is not considering reinstating the controversial policy on separating families at the southern border. But sources tell CBS news Miller is reviewing all options and Natalie brand CBS news the White House. There's new pressure on the government to take action on a product for infants. CBS news. Steve Kathan reports. The American Academy of pediatrics is demanding a government recall of the Fisher Price rock and play sleeper for infants. The group says it's been linked to thirty two deaths. Usually when kids roll from their backs to their sides or stomachs and can't breathe. It happened to Evan Overton five month old son just before Christmas. So it was time for the last time. It was the worst day of went away. Rachel peach mint of consumer reports says government efforts to warn parents or change the recommended age limit or not enough. It's a risk for babies of any age. There is no circumstance where this is a safe environment for babies to sleep Kafe, and she Bs news a family of five escaped a house fire in lemon grove last night broke out on golden view terrace. Firefighters say flames started inside the garage and quickly spread throughout the house to family dogs got out safely, but a third did not survive the two adults and three children inside the house reliable to get out on.

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"rachel peach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"rachel peach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Favorite local supermarket. Police say a woman was arrested after she stole a city owned vehicle and took it for a joyride last night. Dan wing reports. Philadelphia police say Philadelphia streets department truck was left idling in the area of twelfth and walnut streets, while crews were busy fixing potholes in the street. And that's when the woman decided to jump in the cab and take off in the truck officers eventually caught up with her in the area of sixteenth and locust streets where she was taken into custody just before nine pm. Police officials say the woman admitted that she was high on drugs at the time, and that she did not give a reason for taking the truck. No one was injured during her joy. Ride or arrest down wing KYW NewsRadio American Academy of pediatrics joining growing calls to have a Fisher Price baby sleeper recall there have been dozens of related death. Officials say Ken Crawford has more on that consumer reports author Rachel peach mint says the magazine found deaths of babies younger than three months and says the sleepers very design on an incline poses a risk to infants because they can suffocate if their heads tilt forward and with this product out on the market being marketed as a sleeper parents are confused in a statement to CBS news, Fisher, Price, said the product meets safety standards. And while the loss of a child is tragic and hurt breaking. It's essential that the product warnings and instructions are always followed in Sumer reports link thirty two infant death to that product. It's eleven fifty five time for money news on KYW stocks are slightly higher headed the release of the minutes. Of the Federal Reserve's March meeting at that gathering. The fed kept rates steady and forecast new additional hikes this year that announcement is at two pm eastern time a decade after the financial crisis that chiefs of the largest banks facing a grilling from lawmakers on everything from income inequality to their ties to politically controversial industries. But the preceding so far have not resulted in any meaningful calls for new legislation or pledges of change at the banks,.

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"rachel peach" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"rachel peach" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Lettuce deer around potholes. The trick is to have the systems scan for potholes and plot avoidance without compromising safety by steering into the other lane or getting too close to curbs objects or pedestrians. Researchers released a study recently where they were able to trick. Tesla do veering toward oncoming traffic by placing reflective stickers in the road. Confusing. The car. Ars visual systems. Jim Chenevey CBS new pressure on the government to take action on a product for infants. The American Academy of pediatrics is demanding a government recall of the Fisher Price rock and play sleeper for infants. The group says it's been linked to thirty two deaths. Usually when kids roll from their backs to their sides or stomachs and can't breathe. It happened to Evan Overton five month old son just before Christmas. For the last time. I Rachel peach mint of consumer reports says government efforts to warn parents or change the recommended age. Limit are not enough. It's a risk for babies of any age. There is no circumstance where this is a safe environment for babies to sleep stoop, Kafe and CBS news WWE news time nine thirty five. The antiabortion spotlight is on Georgia where Republican governor Brian camp is expected to sign a Bill that would ban most abortions. If a heartbeat can be detected, Mississippi and Kentucky already have such laws something new about Jasper and Theodore and a Livia we're only a few months into the new year. But they're already some baby names. That are topping the most popular lists name berry has released its twenty nineteen top baby names. So far this year. Posey is the number one name for girls right now me low for a boy may lows never been on a best of list, but it's believed to be popular from the actor Mailo vent Amelia from. On the TV show. This is us other top names for girls include Olivia Aurora and Maeve for boys. Jasper Atticus Theodore and Asher, traffic and weather together is next once the state of the Detroit public schools community district. I'm Greg Bowman joined Brooke Allenby, two two seven four the story. We'll get away tickets in the four o'clock hour to see steely, Dan..

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Pediatrician group urges recall of baby rocker linked to infant deaths

WBBM Programming

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Pediatrician group urges recall of baby rocker linked to infant deaths

"The American Academy of pediatrics yesterday joined a growing calls to have a Fisher Price baby sleeper recalled consumer reports has linked to thirty two infant deaths to that sleep or CBS news. Correspondent Jan Crawford. Sumer reports author Rachel peach mint says the magazine found deaths of babies younger than three months and says the sleepers very design on an incline poses a risk to infants because they can suffocate if their heads tilt forward and with this product being out on the market being marketed as a sleeper parents are confused in a statement to CBS news, Fisher Price said the product meets. Safety standards. And while the loss of a child is tragic and hurt breaking. It's essential that the product warnings. And instructions are always followed the warning applies to all models of the rock and

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"rachel peach" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"rachel peach" Discussed on KOMO

"A small handgun and opened fire in the emergency room striking at least two people FBI deputy special agent. Justin flexes, that's when the doctor took action in between shots the doctor sawn opportunity to. Jump on the subject and disarmament and he did that and while doing so he sustained the contract windows neck despite his injuries. He was able to get bond to put down his gone pretty heroic is in custody, and the doctor is recovering Sherry Preston. ABC news Massachusetts man, arrested today for sending threatening letters and a white powder. Envelope to an online dating site ABC's Aaron Katersky. Welcome to the wonderful world of anthrax. Liam McLeod allegedly wrote to the chief executive of. Okay. Cupid in a letter sent in the same envelope is a white powder. Federal prosecutors in Boston set a follow up letter contained red Brown staining described as aids infected blood, none of the substances turned out to be hazardous, but MacLeod is charged with mailing threats to. Okay, cupid in a total of nine letters. Okay. Cupid helped catch the guy when it searched blacklisted accounts from Beverly Massachusetts and came up with MacLeod's name court records said he must have had an ongoing dispute with. Okay, cupid and match Aaron Katersky. ABC news New York time now for your KOMO consumer tip of the day with herb Weisbaum. It isn't proven yet. But a growing body of. Research suggests CBD supplements may help pets suffering from pain and help those with seizures or anxiety. CBD comes with the Canada's plant, but unlike THC, it doesn't make people or pets high consumer reports Rachel peach mint has some tips for anyone considering giving their furry family members CBD talks here, and you'll have to bring up that conversation to make sure that the CD doesn't interact with any medications at your pet is already on. You're also going to want to start with a low dose and increased gradually to make sure that your pet is doing well as your pet is on the consumer reports says cannabis for pets is largely unregulated silk can be difficult to know which products have been formulated responsibly look for the CEO from the national animal supplement council that could help identify quality products caution. Don't give your pets anything with THC and don't use CBD products meant for humans. They could contain ingredients that.

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"rachel peach" Discussed on Travelogue

Travelogue

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"rachel peach" Discussed on Travelogue

"And happy friday this is travelogue the podcast conde nast traveler and i'm here in the conde nast podcast studios with laura redman and rachel peach mun laura's of course our deputy digital director and she edits our website rachel's a writer for us and on the skype we've got tyler moss who's also a writer both rachel and tyler have covered our subject today for us recently and in the past couple of years months brad rickman and our topic for the week is both a complicated one slightly sad one and one that we hope we can help people get a little bit more pleasure joy and satisfaction out of if we can get to an end point with that but it's flying with pets which has been in the news a lot legally and which we have been covering there was an explosive story last week which will get into but the first thing that i was curious about from you guys rachel and tyler is i'm not clear on what the actual policies are the official policies for the may carriers particularly domestic do you guys have a handle on that sure in general the pet can come in the cabin with you if there is space and the pet is small enough to fit in its carrier underneath the seat in front of you the pet also needs to be able to stand up and turn around within the carrier on each airline has specifics on the size of the carrier but i believe it's generally like seventeen by ten inches and each airline i feel like has variations on that right it's so important to check airline website at the very beginning to make sure that you can put your pet in a carrier on their plane because united only recently and again we'll get into this united had a big program call it's pet safe programme which allowed you to ship your pet by cargo and they just put it on hold because they've been having a lot of problems but like typically it's either carrier in the cabin right or in car.

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