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Fresh update on "riverside county" discussed on KCBS Radio Morning News
"Police in riverside think a former law enforcement officer in Virginia with catfishing and grooming a teenage girl before he traveled to California killed her family and took off with a teen, as John Baird reports, authorities say catfishing is common and puts kids at risk. This was a tragic case in riverside police say the suspect, 28 year old Austin Lee Edwards showed up at the girls home Friday morning, killed her grandparents and her mother and then fled into the desert with the girl. He was tracked down by authorities and shot and killed in a gunfight with San Bernardino county sheriff's deputies. The deputies did rescue the teenager. She was uninjured. She was turned over to riverside county social workers, but riverside police officer Ryan railsback tells Kay and acts that catfishing, pretending to be somebody else online is very common, and they think that's what the suspect was doing. He was engaged in some form of deception and most of the time those predators who are doing it. It's for sexual exploitation of a child or a teenager. Detectives are still sifting through phone messages and social media and also trying to determine exactly why the suspect killed the girl's family members. John Baird, case
"riverside county" Discussed on KOMO
". You're information station. Californians continued to deal with triple digit temperatures. Kim shepherd talked with ABC's Alex stone about how things are going. The record breaking heat that is pushed California's electrical grid to the breaking point for more than a week is almost over, but this isn't going to be the last of it. Scientists say, you know, the planet's warming, so things are just going to keep getting hotter. We're going to see more wildfires and ABC's Alex stone is going to be busier than ever covering all of these stories. He is in Southern California today. And Alex, what are you hearing about the weather over the next 24 48 hours there? Yeah, I mean, this is now Kim really wild here today that we have gone from a week of crazy heat, 115° every day, wildfires exploding to now a hurricane. And tropical storm now has been downgraded, but coming into California, so now we go from the extreme of the heat to the extreme of the wind and The Rain. And this is not San Diego right now. It is pouring rain, LA by later on tonight. It's going to be pouring rain 70 mile an hour winds. And all of the warnings going out now flash flooding. We don't do this here. And in my 18 years that I've been here, we've never had a tropical storm coming in or hurricane coming in. And I mean, listen to this from the governor's office. The strong wind gust of 60 miles an hour possible, especially over the higher terrain. And then we'll see The Rain come in and potential for heavy rain and flooding in that area as well. And the first big worry today was the wind that they thought, well, with the wildfires that are going that 70 mile an hour winds are going to come in. The fires are going to explode. And before The Rain that we would get those fires running in the neighborhoods and people would be having to get out. We haven't seen that go on. Luckily, but now it is turning into the heavy rain moving in and rain is a good thing to put out the fires, but not when it comes in all at one time in an area not ready for it. And folks in Washington know all too well that once you get the burn scars that then you get The Rain moving in and mudslides and prone to the movement and that's the concern tonight that right. We just had the burn now you bring in the water. Yeah, I had relatives out there in riverside county that you were
"riverside county" Discussed on KOMO
"ABC world news at 6 o'clock in the wee hours of the morning, agreement in Kent. I'm corwin Hague potential end to a 9 day teacher strike. A new selfish safety study is about to get underway. I'm Kathy O'Shea with what may have some people seeing red. It's 6 o'clock. From ABC News, I'm Daria Albert, for the second night in a row, California power officials say the state is close to running out of electricity. ABC's Alex stone in LA with extreme conditions continuing here in California again, the state's power grid issuing an energy emergency and now warning again tonight the state will be teetering on the edge of rolling blackouts. Last night, California went into its highest emergency alert level and was on the verge of blackouts, but when the state sent out an emergency alert to cell phones telling Californians to cut energy usage immediately, power demand quickly dropped in blackouts did not unfold. The hope is blackouts can be avoided again tonight. That heat wave is also fueling wildfires a fair view fire in riverside county has grown to almost 10,000 acres and it's threatening power lines. The Royal Canadian mounted police is a second suspect in a stabbing rampage Sunday is dead from self inflicted injuries. Mark arcan describes how his nephews watched as his sister and one of their siblings was killed. One of the young boys was hiding behind a high chair watching everything unfold. Another suspect was found dead on Monday, no school tomorrow in Seattle with thousands of teachers and support staff on strike, demanding new contracts with better pay and other benefits. A couple of years of really
"riverside county" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"State's last nuclear power plant Diablo canyon in San Luis Obispo open it was scheduled to close in 2025, but the governor made the case that, hey, this heat wave, we need it. We need the Seattle county nuclear power plant to stay open as the state faces energy challenges from an increased demand. Yeah, yeah. And there are wildfires burning in different parts of the state in Southern California in riverside county, and also up north not far from you. What's the latest there? I mean, presumably this heat is creating a lot more dry fuel. Yeah, I mean, things are drying out, as you mentioned, the couple of fires in Southern California, they've turned deadly. This weather is just challenging for firefighters. Because the fuels are flaring up and it's just really difficult for them. They've already got a tough job, and the heat wave isn't helping. Yeah, yeah. And before we let you go, I mean, you can tell us about what you're seeing outside, or is it really people mostly not being outside? What does it look like? Yeah, I mean, just, I mean, the air doesn't look very clear. It's kind of smoggy. Just from the air, not moving around. There's no breeze at night to kind of push the air out. So, and just not very many people outdoors. It looks like it's going to stay that way through Friday because triple digits are still in the forecast. It doesn't look like we'll see any relief until Saturday, but relief means temperatures in the low to mid 90s. So a little bit cooler, but still warm. Steve may only is morning edition anchor and reporter with capital public radio in California. Steve, thanks for the time. You're welcome, Scott. Democrats are getting more nervous about their hold on a Senate seat in Colorado, a state that President Biden easily
80-Year-Old Norco Store Owner Shoots off Armed Robber
"There is a story up on dot com from Norco, California. This is your feel good story of the day. So a bad guy armed with an AR-15 tried to rob an 80 year old man in the store that he owned the Norco market. What the bad guy didn't realize at the time is that the owner was watching a security camp video and he saw the car pull up, there were four people in this car and he saw one of the bad guys getting out and putting on a ski mask and the owner of the store knew what was about to happen, so when the band guy came in and said, put your hands in the air, the owner of the store took out his shotgun and literally blew the bad guys arm off and the whole thing was captured on surveillance video. You gotta listen to this. I wanna hear it again. I love that. Now, now, so by the way, the riverside county sheriff's department, they say that the clerk or the owner of the store did the right thing, he was a legally. He was a legal gun owner. He was allowed by law to own that gun and he defended himself. He did nothing wrong. I will say this, that the owner suffered a heart attack after all of this, but he's okay, he's going to make a full recovery. The bad guys and critical condition at the local hospital and they've arrested others. What I
"riverside county" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"Two cans of the new year 2022 ready to blast off. Ken, welcome back to the beach white male podcast and I love being on Asian America that Ken fong podcast. Here we go, man. Welcome and it's great to still be alive. We are still alive. We survived the holidays. I don't know about you, but I got a lot of reports from friends who got COVID over the holidays. I don't know if you've been hearing the same thing, but thankfully we survived it, but we got some friends who had a rough go during the holidays. Oh, it's more our daughter who's 22. Her friends. Her friend siblings. They're going out clubbing. What have you. You've seen the headlines. It's really the young adults that are kind of the super spikers right now. Oh my gosh, yes. Oh, and then, of course, you know, we got the church crowd. I mean, I've got a good buddy who's on a staff of a big church and they did four Christmas Eve services. Oh gosh. And required the entire staff to be there to greet all these people who showed up over four services and most of them ended up with COVID. Oh, wow. Yeah, but the staff, the most the staff. Oh, okay. Yeah. Wow. I mean, I'm concerned about our church's staff. They just have started to get back into the swing of things, you know, socially distance in the sanctuary. They haven't necessarily said we're not going to have in the sanctuary yet. But a lot of us aren't showing up. Yes, yes. Well, I'll tell you what, Ken, you know, you and I are both church guys. But not all our people are. So we could go on talking about church, which I actually thought of another one story I wanted to tell, but I'm going to move on because I got to tell you first of all that I am so disappointed for you. I heard it on your last podcast, that your planned trip to Alaska to chase down the snowy owl got canceled. Bummer. Bummer. Yeah. Yeah, not Alaska, Canada. Oh, Canada. Canada? Yeah. Okay. Because Alaska, it's part of the U.S.. So we wouldn't have the same inter country restriction COVID restrictions. Yeah. But the U.S. now requires a negative test 24 hours before you reenter and Canada now has a ten day backlog on testing. And candid then now has a restriction that unless you're a resident of Canada, you can't be gathered in an indoor setting for any short period of time, and we will be traveling in vans to the outdoor locations. So yeah, I have now a stockpile of frigid weather clothing. Oh, you're going to have you put away. You went shopping. You were on. Yeah. You got like the best of the best. It doesn't matter how cold or windy or snowy it was. You were ready. Yep. Wow. And can't use it much here in LA. No, that is for sure. You know, there's some poor snowy white owl somewhere way up in that north country that could have been famous. I mean, would have been known by everybody, but they will have to just stay in their anonymity, but there was a little payoff for you when you stayed home. You shared with your group on one of your podcasts here and I tuned into it. It was a great podcast, by the way. You stumbled across a great find, and it was a surprise, right? So, you know, I have now this pent up wildlife photographer's energy because I was supposed to leave on the 16th of January. So that's not that far, right? It's like less than ten days. Right. So then once I found out that my organizer in Canada canceled our snowy owl trip, then I looked on my calendar, when can I drive an hour and 15 minutes from where I live down to riverside county to this Santa center wildlife refuge, which is about 9000 acres, and the last couple of times I went before the end of the year, it was still the drought. And so they have all these pawns for waterfall, but there was hardly any water in them. Right. So I'm thinking, okay, we've had a lot of rain. There's got to be all kinds of waterfall. Well, I go down there, I get there. With your big lens with the big lens. Yeah, 7 30 in the morning. So it's right after sunrise and the paws are just, I mean, there's this one dead tree that the last time I saw it, it was like the Sahara Desert around it. There was no water is cracked earth. And now it's this huge watery expanse. Sweet. Sweet. Yeah, but two problems. Number one, because of all The Rain we got last week. A lot of the roads into the area were closed because of flooding. Hello. Good morning. I couldn't even go. And number two, apparently the waterfowl haven't gotten the memo that there's plenty of water now. So in other words, hardly any variety of waterfowl there. So I told you on a previous two Ken's episode that doing nature photography, if nothing else, it teaches you humility. It's like okay, nature doesn't care that I planned for this day and I got up at 5 30 and I drove down here. It's like it is what it is. So you just kind of make the best. So I was driving around and I was seeing a raptor here. I was taken to pictures and then I saw a couple cars stopped on this gravel road and they're all staring at the top of this telephone pole. And when you see the picture, I tagged you on my Facebook..
"riverside county" Discussed on WTOP
"And most wore masks In Southern California powerful Santa Ana winds and concerns of possible wildfires have prompted power shutoffs to thousands KCB STV reporter Kara finstrom with the numbers Riverside county we're talking about 19,000 794 customers impacted in LA county 15,757 in Ventura county 10,446 in San Bernardino county 8624 in Orange County just over 2500 customers and there is another roughly a 148,000 folks under consideration for further shutoffs Scientists in South Africa say they've detected a new COVID-19 variant with a large number of mutations and are blaming it for a surge in infection numbers The BBC's Mark Labelle reports Britain has banned all travel from the country and 5 other southern African nations Borders are being put up in response to them finding out this information at a very early stage they said that they prefer more support was coming their way rather than this travel ban implemented immediately Emergency officials in Russia say there is no chance of finding any more survivors after a coal mine fire in Siberia The BBC's Sue Montgomery with the latest Three people have been arrested in Russia following an accident in a Siberian coal mine There's now known to have killed more than 50 people The mind's director and two other managers are being held on suspicion of safety violations 6 rescuers are among the dead In Illinois child has a lot to be thankful for today Three year old Delilah Edwards was born with an underdeveloped heart and every weekend since March her parents have traveled 165 miles from Molina.
"riverside county" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"But beyond that if this is now a malian State what about the old soul that goo sauce for the goose is source for the ganda. Can't republicans play hard ball. Can't we do about how this thing. We get organized the left and that's exactly what needs to happen. In the state we need to continue in fact republicans. Pretty good valid harvesting. We we had a great success story. Our friend our mutual friends on dick's who is he's my former partner. We do the gen. And don show together he still does show on. Am five ninety the answer in the empire. He is also running the central committee for riverside county and he came up with this new software. He's got this new plan that he implemented in riverside county. They're the only county that voted. Yes on the recall southern california and it essentially target your voters it. It sends them text messages. It sends volunteers to their door. If they haven't cast their ballots so that someone can go collect their ballot for them. It was extremely successful in riverside. Huge profit on and if the republican party doesn't roll this out in every single county that they don't really want to win elections and unfortunately what happened with the republican party in california at the national level. Is we get caught up in all the nonsense. There is no doubt going to be a push to figure out. Are we going to support. A candidate like kevin faulkner for someone. Like larry elder and twenty twenty two. We need to forget about that. And focus on tactically. How we can win the state back. It's time to play hobble and the footing around no of queensbury rules. It is now four sixteen on the east coast. Pelosi is in the white house desperately.
"riverside county" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Radio with David and Alan Masters. Here's your host. Meanwhile, some voters in Riverside County have received multiple ballots for the recall election, and it's not the first time this has happened. In the Empire Bureau chief Ron MacMillan explains. Why, plus just what happens if someone tries to vote more than once? It's really hard to trust the process when nobody can even explain why two ballots were mailed to one person. Sherry, who didn't want us to use her last name, told us not only did her husband get two ballots in the mail before last year's election, the same thing happened again this year. Our fear is it could have ended up in the wrong hands are fear is it could have counted it twice. Mhm. Yeah, I mean, look, if you try to vote twice, if you're a conservative, I'm sure they'll bring the full force of the law against you. But I mean in California. Apparently people can print their own ballots. And so we We've got a real problem in America, Pat. This is my concern or get adopted. Where I live. Which by the way is population is not even that of most large California counties. Adopted mail in voting. 20 years ago. In that 20 years, not a single Republican, has been elected. To, uh, excuse me, just one that I can recall in 20 years to statewide office. That's been it, so it is a process which is prone to manipulation. Yeah, and and they intentionally. It's kind of but they let the ballots go out. They don't purge the voter rolls. They have incompetent people working. They have intentionally malicious people working at all blends together, and if you challenge it, that's once again the gas like you and say, uh, everything's perfect here. Everything's don't. Don't you want people to vote? Don't you want people to vote? And I said, Yeah, and that two or three times, baby But I do want people to vote and I'm afraid we have to go backwards in time and once again go back to paper ballots. There can be numbered identified and maybe we have to go with the Afghani. Um, Iraqi system of fun printing? Yeah. So outside and I think it's really odd that we were able to secure free and fair elections in Iraq, but we can't do it in California. Oh, boy. Wow. What a mouthful. That is. Now wait. I want to play a clip. Eight. This was from yesterday and listen to what's already happened there. Go ahead..
"riverside county" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"I get an email every morning from axes. mike allens site out of the beltway. Big lie hits california. Recall election the big lie a falsehood peddled by donald trump. The two thousand election was stolen is now being peddled by conservative figures among other down ballot elections most notably the california recall election. The article says to be clear. There's been no evidence of widespread voter fraud in the california recall election. It's election day. How can they make that conclusion. How do they have any idea what the result is going to be or if there's any election fraud maybe those writers over at axios should have watched the report on. Kabc tv out of los angeles. i don't think. Abc seven out of l. a. is a conservative leaning media organization. I think. Kabc out of los angeles is part of the mainstream media. Here's what the mainstream media in l. a. reported out of riverside county california. Check this out. Meanwhile some voters riverside county have received multiple ballots the recall election. And it's not the first time this has happened in that empire bureau chief. Brian mcmillan explains why plus just what happens if someone tries to vote more than once. It's really hard to trust the process when nobody can even explain. Why two ballots or mao to one verse sherry. Who didn't want us to use her. Last name told us not only. Did her husband get to ballots in the mail. Before last year's election the same thing happened again this year. Our fear is that could've ended up in the wrong hands are furious and could have counted twice but they're not the only riverside county voters to receive multiple ballots. It had an individual's name on it that we had no idea who that person was. But it had are drifts. Both tom idiotic and sherry reported the problems to the riverside county registrar. Voters is a very small scale. Problem is that You know maybe a little bit more substantial than we think it first plants. That's exactly what i asked. Riverside county registrar rebecca spencer. Either heaved about twenty at these phone calls. So why would people receive multiple ballots. Spencer said there are several reasons if someone re registers after a ballot is mailed if there's a dmv transaction or of someone votes early or in person because as we all know during the pandemic every registered voter automatically gets a ballot in the mail as we all know because of the pandemic every registered voter gets a ballot in the mail. What can go wrong. Actually just tells tells us there's no evidence of widespread election fraud big lie. Yeah nice try. Nice try access i guess. Abc seven in california. Didn't get the memo from access the there's no evidence of widespread. What about that report. I might take that report and use that as evidence of potential election fraud. No the unions lot in california all those corrupt unions..
"riverside county" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"Gallagher what we talk about the left getting a huge assist from the mainstream media. We'll give you an example. Access is inside the beltway. Online site mike. Allen is a guy headline this morning. Big lie hits the california recall election the big lie a falsehood peddled by donald trump. Says the article that the twenty twenty election was stolen quote unquote his now. Being peddled by conservative figures amid other down ballot elections most notably the california recall election. Why it matters. That's one of their catchphrases over at axios. Why it matters now that the president has been set. Some conservatives will likely use unfounded allegations of election fraud as a basis for undermining all potential election outcomes. They don't agree with and then the article goes on to say the classic of classics to be clear. There's been no evidence of widespread voter fraud in the california recall election. How today it isn't over yet. It's election day. How would they know that. There's no evidence of widespread election fraud when the election is over there in the process of i mean this is what i mean now. This is kind of frightening to actually us. I would imagine. Let me play a report for you from abc. Seven in los angeles cut eight. Here's a report. According to access the smart kids in the inside because everybody inside the beltway is smarter than everybody else right. Just ask them if you hear. Somebody brag about being inside the beltway that somebody who is convinced. They're the smartest person in the room and trust me. They usually aren't but here's abc seven. This is abc. The local affiliate in los angeles wabc tv in los angeles seeming to refute. The axiom assertion that to be clear there's been no evidence of widespread voter fraud in california. Meanwhile some voters riverside county have received multiple ballots for the recall election. And it's not the first time this has happened in that empire bureau. Chief ron mcmillan explains why plus just what happens if someone tries to vote more than once. It's really hard to trust the process when nobody can even explain. Why two dollars to one person sherry who didn't want us to use her last name told us not only did her husband get to ballots in the mail before last year's election the same thing happened again this year. Our theories could've ended up in the wrong hands are here as it could have counted it twice. But they're not the only riverside county voters to receive multiple ballots. it had an individual's name on it and we had no idea who that person was. But it had our drifts. Both tom idiotic. And sherry reported the problems to the riverside county registrar. Voters is a very small scale problem. Is it maybe a little bit more substantial than we think at first plant. That's exactly what i asked. Riverside county registrar rebecca spencer. I received about twenty of these phone calls. So why would people receive multiple ballots..
"riverside county" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand
"I mean they're getting sued here. They should be charged and imprisoned and we should know their names. And why would you. Why would anybody in riverside county Trust the foster system a look at this you go get a call to take in. Social workers often experience a psychological phenomenon called cognitive dissonance in which they reconcile their actions for the greatest good of the child. They are placing with a caregiver. Despite potential negative outcomes like rape it can give an appearance of common sense and caution flying out the window so they have faulty brains. I guess so they. They have cots more. Get a home right. I mean joe biden do this. Maybe they rationalized. We put them in a good home. He'll stop doing this now. No but the thing is none of that really holds up to ten seconds of scrutiny. There is no explanation. there is no excuse. There's no reason there's no nothing. It's it's that their brain malfunctions so he raped another boy in two thousand and now he's due to be released from prison in september. In a what. I think the social workers like all those la county stories they just get so jaded and Their senses get blunted. They they don't react anymore. And i think some of it's just get this case off my desk every hand. I don't think they care. I think after a while they look at all the kids and all the parents as just a whole lot of trash and this is a terrible job. And i don't wanna do it anymore and i don't care because there's no i bet you it from their point of view. Hey there's no fixing the whole lot of them here. So what does it matter by. The new recall desk is rolling out next. John and ken show debra mark has news. kfi am six forty..
Los Angeles Lyft Driver Left Bloodied in Violent Attack
"And an early morning attack left the Los Angeles area lift driver with a serious head injuries and led to calls for more support from lifting Uber Dash Cam caught audio of the violent assault of the driver, E Lu just over a week ago outside a bar in Riverside County outside L. A. The attack left and bloodied and bruised with a head injury, which required stitches. The passenger was said to be a DJ. And just before the attack, Lou had told him he had far too much equipment. To fit into the trunk. The incident led to the arrest of a 23 year
Ex-LAPD Officer Charged With Manslaughter in Connection With Deadly Costco Shooting
"Facing manslaughter charges for the deadly shooting of a developmentally disabled man and the wounding of his parents at a Costco in Corona while the officer was off duty two years ago, former officer Salvador Sanchez was arrested this morning and is facing felony charges of voluntary manslaughter and assault with a semi automatic firearm for the shooting. 32 year old Kenneth French was killed. Sanchez lawyers said he was holding his son and knocked to the floor, fearing for the safety of his son fired his weapon. Riverside County prosecutors have decided not to charge Sanchez and Sanchez lawyer says the charges are politically motivated by the state attorney general in Chicago this weekend.
"riverside county" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Keywords every week they had 20 after from 5 28 to 6 20 PM next chance to win next hour around 4 20. Hey. A few listeners sent this story which popped up over the weekend. That we have a large reservoir out in Hammett. It's called Diamond Valley Lake. And the report. There is that, despite the drought It's filled to 80% capacity and has plenty of water for Southern California. In fact, I was just looking up this reservoir. Uh it was completed in 1999. As a few listeners. John had heard you say we haven't built a reservoir in decades. But you know, this one was completed in 1999 went I I went to a Look, I looked this up. Online and several news articles and the last one completed by the state was 1979. On all the lists. I looked at. Yeah, Well, maybe this wasn't officially the state's construction. I don't know. Yeah, I don't know. But why is it at 80% if it's drying up everywhere else. Uh, the water official here, Brent Yamasaki Metropolitan Water District head of operations, said that it is because of conservation. Because people have been cutting back their water usage. In recent years, they've been able to hold on to more of the water in this reservoir than they normally do. And he thinks they're only going to have to use about 15% of the water in Diamond Valley Lake this year, which should still leave it more than 65% full. Remember metropolitan Water District. That's That's the big conglomerate that sort of almost all of us, but get water except for you. You really DWP Chon, But MWD serves a lot of water utilities around Southern California. It says here. Typically during wet years, Southern California gets most of its water from the state water project, but during dry years they get the water from the Colorado River. And because water levels at Lake Meters so low M w D decided to tap into its storage of Diamond Valley Lake. To provide water to parts of northern Riverside County this year. It has the most emergency storage that we have in all of Southern California. Said the director there you want to save it for last, So that's pretty good news, huh? Yeah, Now is that just is that for everybody or just people in that area? Well, it serves the M W D, which I know that's for my water. It's the main water agency from my water. So it's a lot of Southern California local water utilities get their water through the Metropolitan Water District. That might be why there's some southern California counties that are not part of the drought emergency from Newsome. Yes, I noticed that. And it's Hillary North and in the Central Valley. Yeah, And I was I was wondering why? Because we obviously have had hardly any rain. I don't I don't know if we even got four inches. The sweater. But I guess it's because maybe this reservoir has Helped boost the situation so much and it's after us out of out of an emergency. It's pretty massive. Now. Meanwhile, on the other side of this, the Sacramento Bee recently ran a story. Claiming a study That says that snitching on your neighbor's water usage can actually help us save water. The University of Wisconsin in Madison found that in a state the size of California, one additional complaint of water wasting per 1000 people Can result in 32 billion gallons of water saved. Which could serve a city the size of San Francisco for over 16 months. So they're recommending snitching because snitching makes people conserve isn't that that is one of the most unpleasant human qualities. Have always despised since I was a little kid of people who stuck their beaks into other people's business, ratting people out telling on them. Yeah, from kids in school, too. Now these busy body pains in the ass and yeah, yeah, they're watering their lawn. They're washing their car, washing their cars too much soaking their long It's a family to fix leaks. Some guy who is keeping his restaurant or his bar open. Hey, what's going on there? Looks like Looks like somebody is running a business here. Oh, I can't stand those people. And this story in P, says Sacramento residents are particularly enthusiastic about snitching because their government workers that's why they got a higher average number of waterways complaints. That's what I talked about before, but it is good. Why Why do people get into the work they get into? There's a certain personality of a government worker, and that's to tell other people what to do. That's why you get into government because now I'm in charge, and I'm regulating your life. Same thing with these these health officers, right? Oh, I'm terrified of germs. I don't want you to die in germs, either. So you got Mark gaily running around with a mask on everywhere he goes slapping masks on little Children. These are manifestations of people's personalities and their disorders and their neurosis. I think you're right. That's yeah. So it doesn't reading the story and you're right. You hit me with that, like, Oh, yeah. These are government workers in Sacramento. Sure, Right? So it's second snitching is all for the good of it. My patriotic duty to you. And you know what Snitches get. Um, which is, uh, you said that, uh, you know, the Metropolitan Water District built the Diamond Valley Lake Reservoir. Yeah, so it wasn't It's not in your your research. Well, it's not in this because it's not built by the state state. So yeah, the the last state will take them. However, they're built. Oh, I know, I know. But but but but But the Newsom is running around like Jerry Brown lecturing people and they don't build any water storage. The state doesn't And of course, you know they got the deepest pockets to do this look at how valuable it looks now. That reservoir, which opened in the late nineties, is a key to Southern California's water supply now because it's still pretty full. That's what they need to do Duplicate that effort. Well, they they need to start because they started planning in 1987 Construction started in 1995 not completed, Uh, until 2000 and three Yeah, they started They started filling the lake in 99. It took him four years just to fill the lake with water. He needed an extra hose. All right, more coming up. John and Ken K. F i. Deborah Marquez News L. A County sheriff in a wave A has asked for help finding the driver who hit and killed his 70 72 year old man in Diamond Bar. Bruce Boodle was killed on the fourth of July at the intersection.
Suspect under arrest for allegedly shooting BB gun at cars on freeway
"The CHP is trying to determine if a 34 year old Anaheim man arrested last night for shooting BBS and cars. And Riverside County is the same person responsible for about 100 similar shootings on Southern California freeways over the past several weeks.
Coachella is Canceled
"Six day coachella valley music and arts festival which draws around ninety nine thousand people per day to southern california. Each bring has been canceled again. It's country music cousin. Stagecoach has also been axed for twenty twenty one a riverside county health orders said both festivals were quote gatherings of an international scope unquote so too big a risk to take in a state that still battling some of the highest numbers of covid nineteen cases in the country. It's fair to say that the pandemic has not been kind to the live music industry last march. The two biggest concert promoters in north america live nation and aig presents suspended all of their tours saying in a joint statement that they hope to come back in april. Yes april twenty twenty. We all had high hopes back then right well. April came and went and justin bieber did not come to a city near you. Both live nation and eighty g were forced to make significant staff reductions and their executives took deep. Pay cuts and this. Latest cancellation is more bad news for ag presents. Because it's the parent company of voice which put on the coachella and stagecoach festivals together. The festivals were projected to generate more than seven hundred million dollars in overall economic activity in two thousand nineteen over one hundred million of that was expected to be injected back into the economy of indio california where the festivals are held and on top of that. Nine thousand concert goers were expected to stay in nearby airbnb so that number had doubled from twenty seventeen so the coachella cancellation is a loss for g loss for indios economy. A loss for anyone hoping to rent out their house for the festival and well even the artists scheduled to headliner missing out. That's a gig. That reportedly made arianna guerande a cool eight million. According to variety but the cancellation could mean more spending money. In the pockets of disappointed ticket holders the typical coachella attendee spent around twenty three hundred dollars for tickets parking food and merchandise in two thousand eighteen money magazine reported but that money saved is likely not a salve on the burn for folks who've been waiting for a year to go to coachella and we'll have to keep waiting with coachella cancelled. Ag presents is hoping another big name festival. Firefly scheduled for june in delaware doesn't face the same fate and it's already pushed back. It's new orleans jazz fest. From late april to october of this year in hopes that the covid nineteen pandemic will be less of a threat. Meanwhile rival live nation has is on how las vegas is responding the pandemic in hopes that the city is ready to host. Its electric daisy carnival in may and live nation is already rescheduled. Its bonnaroo festival three times. It's on the calendar. Precip timber penciled. In course
"riverside county" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Year on the I Heart radio app Busted. I'm Bill Seward from the 24 hour. Kay if I newsroom Riverside County officials have kept what amounts to a 100 million doses of fentanyl off the streets. 2 kg of the synthetic opioid That's up to 100 times more potent than morphine has been seized during a gang related investigation in downtown Riverside, Riverside County, D a chief of investigation it, Joe del Judy Chase says Getting this much fentanyl off the street will undoubtedly save lives. Authorities say just 2 mg of fentanyl could be lethal. For most people, 2 kg would make up to a million potentially lethal doses. Amy King K F I News, a church in Pasadena celebrated a legal wind yesterday, the Supreme Court partially back places of worship in two cases where churches sued over covert 19 restrictions. One of those churches being Harvest rock church in Pasadena and ruled that California could not banned indoor worship due to covert 19, senior pastor with the Harvest rock church in Pasadena tweeted about the legal wind, saying they held fast to the Constitution and the Supreme Court agrees. The justices voted 63, citing the Constitution's protection of free exercise of religion and ruled that regulations violated the First Amendment. The doors have opened for some shelter in the Valley. 47, formerly unhealed, Angelenos moved into the West Valley's first bridge housing site this week. The facilities meant to provide transitional housing for the homeless. The willows in Canoga Park. Will provide resource is including case management space for animals and larger quarters for couples. It currently has 47 residents. It'll expand the house 80 people after the covert 19 limitations airlifted. The project was funded through the mayor's bridge housing program and the States Homeless Emergency aid program and boxer Leon Spinks has died. Spinks won gold at the 1976 Montreal Olympics. He's best known for beating Muhammed Ali in 1978 in a 15 round decision. Spinks had battled prostate and other cancers for five years. He was 67 so Cal weather from K Fine low clouds and fog giving way to sunshine highs in the sixties and seventies. Right now it's 49 degrees in Calabasas, 52 in Arcadia,.
Coachella and Stagecoach 2021’s April Dates Canceled
"Coachella and stagecoach will not be happening in two thousand twenty one. This is the second year. Both festivals have been cancelled because of the covid nineteen crisis. The news was posted on twitter from the public health officer of riverside county. Which is where the festival takes place. The tweet stated the festivals planned for april twenty. Twenty one will not take place. They look forward to returning the following year. The twenty twenty events were postponed to october last year then cancelled when the date neared in hollywood. Michelle pollino fox news.
Coachella Cancels April 2021 Dates
"Has forced a large music festival in California like to cancel its plans. Coachella has had been scheduled to run from April 9th to the 11th. Then from April 16 to the 18, the public health officer for Riverside County, where the annual festivals held each year made the announcement on Twitter. There's the third time the massive festival has had the change its plans because of the pandemic Last March, the festival's April dates were postponed until early October. Then in June, those October dates were canceled as well.
"riverside county" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The water vapor analyses. It just jumps out at you. It's all of this additional moisture, and that's what produced the sustained rains overnight. And the danger. Of course in those burn areas, Bill is what you know now, none of that vegetation to absorb all that moisture. You have mudslides and the threat of mudslides, and that's sort of the situation that we're in. Can you can these happen without the specific Jura geography we have in Southern California. Sure, of course. Yeah, Ken, but you know you were right to mention the geography here. You're right to point to it because those those The topography of Southern California. You want to think of it that way I can enhance it, meaning as that area that pocket of air moves over the mountains, it's cooled. And as I was just saying the cool air can't hold as much moisture as the warm air, So as the air gets cooler, it drops out. Of that air mask more water, and that's what's happened over the mountains. And that's why you see those rainfall totals in the mountains so much higher than the rainfall totals at sea level so overnight and we had a foot of snow in many spots locally in our local mountains. But if you look at the rainfall totals there, you know they run they can run 200% of what you see at sea level. All right, Mark. Thank you Much Mark. Heard here on K. If I usually with Tim Conway, sometimes billion. It's always fun. Sometimes I love talking to you. Bill Handel will go back to listening now, but I'm available anytime The bat beam goes up. Thank you. God. What us suck up, you know, Um, But then that's what have a good one. Mark, do you buddy stage right, coming up. Handle on the news. Late edition, And it's a super segment. Right here on K. Oppa up. 6 40. All right, Jennifer. I hope he says he misses your call next time. The latest winter storm is causing problems in wildfire burn areas. Some neighborhoods in Riverside County, San Bernadino County and OSI had been placed under evacuation warnings and orders because of mud flow risk. Cal State L. A meteorologist Ilya Nyman says fires leave the soil vulnerable of heavy rain hits.
"riverside county" Discussed on AP News
"AP News Good Morning. I'm Ed Donahue. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says the speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, will send the article of impeachment against former President Donald Trump to the Senate Monday. The next step would be a trial. It will be a full trial. Will be a fair trial. But make no mistake. There will be a trial and when that trial ends, senators will have to decide. If they believe Donald, John Donald John Trump. Incited the erection. Insurrection against the United States. Last week, the House impeached Trump over deadly violence that the capital by his supporters. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell wants the impeachment trial to start next month. Some patient began when unprecedentedly fast and minimal process over in the House. Sequel cannot be an insufficient Senate process that denies former President Trump has due process. Or damages. The Senate Or the presidency. A trial delay could appeal to some Democrats. It would give the Senate more time to confirm President Biden's Cabinet nominees on CNN this morning. Dr Anthony Fauci said a lack of candor and fax about the Corona virus pandemic under President Trump very likely cost lives because it delayed getting sound scientific advice to the country. President Biden plants take executive action to provide a stopgap measure of financial relief to millions of Americans. He wants to get assistance flowing, while Congress begins to consider his much larger $1.9 trillion coronavirus economic relief package. With millions of Americans waiting for their chance to get a Corona virus vaccine. Ah, fortunate for you are getting bumped to the front of the line as clinic scrambled to get rid of extra perishable doses. By the end of the day, one bright spot in the economy. Sales of existing homes rose in December, pushing the entirety of 2022, a pace not seen and 14 years. This is AP News. In Riverside County, California, Hundreds of immigrants lined up to become some of the first farm workers to receive Corona virus vaccination shots as scale. Hernandez got a shot. That's fantastic. You know, some people.
"riverside county" Discussed on AP News
"AP News Good Morning. I'm Ed Donahue. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says the speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, will send the article of impeachment against former President Donald Trump to the Senate Monday. The next step would be a trial. It will be a full trial. Will be a fair trial. But make no mistake. There will be a trial and when that trial ends, senators will have to decide. If they believe Donald, John Donald John Trump. Incited the erection. Insurrection against the United States. Last week, the House impeached Trump over deadly violence that the capital by his supporters. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell wants the impeachment trial to start next month. Some patient began when unprecedentedly fast and minimal process over in the House. Sequel cannot be an insufficient Senate process that denies former President Trump his due process. Or damages. The Senate For the presidency. A trial delay could appeal to some Democrats. It would give the Senate more time to confirm President Biden's Cabinet nominees on CNN this morning. Dr Anthony Fauci said a lack of candor and fax about the Corona virus pandemic under President Trump very likely cost lives because it delayed getting sound scientific advice to the country. President Biden plants take executive action to provide a stopgap measure of financial relief to millions of Americans. He wants to get assistance flowing, while Congress begins to consider his much larger $1.9 trillion coronavirus economic relief package. With millions of Americans waiting for their chance to get a Corona virus vaccine. Ah, fortunate for you are getting bumped to the front of the line as clinic scrambled to get rid of extra perishable doses. By the end of the day, one bright spot in the economy. Sales of existing homes rose in December, pushing the entirety of 2022, a pace not seen and 14 years. This is AP News. In Riverside County, California, Hundreds of immigrants lined up to become some of the first farm workers to receive Corona virus vaccination shots as scale. Hernandez got a shot. That's fantastic. You know, some people.
"riverside county" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"The law. My daughter scheduled to get married in a local wineries. Riverside County. It was it was a four hour ceremony. They didn't pull $20,000. They were to provide The ceremony. Uh, the food, the music and alcohol. Okay, so to the cold it it was rescheduled to try to work with him. We were scheduled another telling us that we could have the ceremony. But they're gonna have to have the exception on different day. So I attempted to try Torto telling me you don't wanna cancel it. The cancelation normally is 200 days, 200 days prior to the wedding. Cancel, obviously, because what's going on? We were unable to do that. So the question is, they refused to give us our money back. Yeah, that community, right? I'm confused. Okay, so they'll give you the wedding on one day, but the reception another day. Why wouldn't you move the wedding in the same day of the reception Because they don't know when we'll be able to have the reception. In other words, we we could reschedule the wedding. This ability Got it, but what they don't brand But why, Okay? Because reading wedding is easy because you don't have to have the food and all of that. So they're saying the wedding ceremony itself. They'll let you use their place. But as far as all the rest of it, they have no idea when they're going to perform it. Well, you could say no to that. You could ask for your money back. Their argument is going to be. We can't do it because of the cove it as soon as the covert restrictions are lifted, which they're not yet. It's this is one of those where no one really knows what's going on. If you look at the contract on what basis are they allowed to cancel or what basis are they allowed to not go forward? Probably a force majeure contract, which means that came in the contract. You know what? I don't know where to go with that you if you sue them, you're gonna have to sue them. Uh in if you want to do it without a lawyer, Small claims we can do it and you can do it yourself. Aziz to a breach there, it Z. This is one that's wide open and you're not the only one and no one knows what's going on. Are they being reasonable at all? Well, fairly. No, they're not. Because they're saying, Hey, you could have the wedding on this certain day that we've already picked, But they're still gonna cost you 20. Grand reception is basically is what we're offering. No, no, You can't know what they're offering you Nothing. They're offering you nothing. All right, So whatever they think, is a reasonable offer that doesn't exist. So now it's an issue of they've canceled and they don't know when that's going to be able to be put back on. And so what do you do with that? Ah lot. My money They're saying No, You can't do it. They're saying we're prepared to, But we're under covert restrictions. Help! I would I would do a little research and find out if these lawsuits have been filed. I'm sure they have. And there are lawyers out there that have done exactly that. Now for $20,000. That's a little bit. You know. You don't want to hire one, but some, it could be that there are lawyers that effectively have templates off there. Where is it? It's almost just fill in the numbers at this point in the dates because so much of this house going on, so just throw their, uh, mentioned, um Venue wedding venues, Lawsuits cancelation, Just throw all those words and see what you what comes up with because you're in new ground as we've solved, said before, man, and there's no force majeure provision, Force majeure is basically an act of God. Which cancels everything. For example, Let's say you have a business and you owe rent on the business $5000 a month for the facility and earthquake comes and wipes out the building. Guess what? You're not paying rent anymore. Why is that? Because an act of God force majeure made it impossible. And we don't even know if Covad if the covert virus is eyes considered a force majeure yet. It's just it's way up in the air at this point, Jared Hi, Jared. Welcome. So I purchased a go pro with a large accessory kit from a third party seller on Amazon and I was foolish. I bought from Amazon and didn't read the reviews and I get the product in the mail and the two reasons why I bought it was for the Led light and the two spare batteries. The led light was missing. The to spare batteries are incompatible. I go. When I read the reviews, I find out. Other customers complained about the same problems. They were charged restocking fees and shipping fees, not complain to Amazon. Hampton said nothing about it, and and so I was just wondering if I had a case against him against the guy who sold you the product. That wasn't what he said. Exactly. Of course, Ugo. I mean, it's Here's what I'm going to sell you its and if it's not what I sell you that And I've either misrepresented her cause fraud. So how much did you spend for the go pro with the government's for 76, OK? And how if you were to replace that if you were to buy batteries and the l E D light, how much would that cost you now? That would cost me definitely over 100 bucks worshiping. Okay, So you're out $100 going on? Was Alexi. I'd be entitled to next day shopping to fulfill his original shipping day that he promised when we made the deal, all right. He offered me a partial refund, but I turned it down. I said no. Any 300 bucks. So we're going to court. All right. So where is he located in New Jersey. And I'm in Indiana. Good. So here's what you get to do. You get to jump on an airplane and fly to New Jersey. File A small claims suit. New Jersey fly back home. Then the day of the court case, show up fly back into New Jersey. You show up. And if maybe if if I were him and really want to screw with you, I'd write to the court saying I can't show up. I'm sick or I had a car accident or whatever can we postpone? And the judge says, sure, not a problem. So when you walk into court, his smile is that I'm sorry. It's been postponed will come back in another six weeks. You get to go back home. You get to fly out to New Jersey again argue the case, hopeful you in and you get your 400 bucks or whatever. This point. Just take your money, What you can get and get the hell out of there. It's just no, I think I wrote it to New Jersey. Sounds fun, then do it. You can do it a few. It's about the money. It's about the principle. Well, no lawyer. No. Yeah. Yeah. Once you get a lawyer because they started $500 an hour and you want to hire a lawyer for a $400 a $400 debt that's owed you Absolutely. Yeah. Hey, listen, then what you do is I would contact if you don't want to even go to small claims Court where you get to go out there and file a suit. Um yeah, Just do it. He goes look of small claims Court, New Jersey, New Jersey Law and filed the lawsuit. Maybe even be able to file it This way. You'll have to show up. All right. Unless they let you do it by fun. I could use some time off working on vacation, then go for it. But the answer is yes, He's liable. OK,.
"riverside county" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"I'm Bill Seward for the 24 hour KF I newsroom, the military will be helping some local hospitals breathe a little easier. Members of the Army Corps of Engineers air headed to L. A to assess oxygen delivery systems. Earlier this week. L. A county's Kathy Chichester said the pumps, which push oxygen throughout a hospital, are overworked because of the needs of covert patients run that oxygen at high slow and two Rennard ventilators. It's causing extreme pressure on the hospital's the engineers or do some time this weekend, and we'll review at least six hospitals in the county Steve Gregory King. If I news, California, has a large stockpile of ventilators sitting in warehouses, even though covert nineteen's worse than ever in the state. Medical experts say more patients can go without the machines now because of advancements in treatment. But officials have also warned holiday gatherings could push the state to new record high hospital populations, including patients who need ventilators. Several studios have put a pause on production for shows in L. A. Because of the recent surge Warner Brothers, Universal, Disney and other companies have postpone filming. It was set to begin next week. Some shows Being affected by the production pause include shameless, a Brooklyn 99 and N. C. S. A man's been arrested in Marietta for allegedly tending an indoor marijuana grow of about 1000 plants. Cops found the man in the plans Tuesday while serving a search warrant at the home. The plants were taken away to be destroyed in Riverside County is not authorized any commercial scale growing of marijuana. Police in San Francisco are investigating a vandalism at the home of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. It included a pig's head with what looked like red paint and graffiti on the grand store that red canceled rent, and we want everything with a to K on the top Left corner after grad store A B C's lose, Pina says the two K was making reference. The $2000 pandemic relief checks that have been stalled.
Los Angeles County Officials Warn Of An Overwhelmed Healthcare System If COVID-19 Restrictions Aren’t Followed
"Good evening. Everyone across parts of california tonight stores are nearly empty restaurant dining indoors and outdoors band to name just a few of the covid restrictions that have put life on hold for tens of millions. Sadly there is no shortage of business at hospitals but the urgent measures to ease the strain on. Icu's being met with resistance including among some of those charged with enforcing the rules. Let's begin with. Miguel almaguer in los angeles tonight in california. As cova cases skyrocket and open. Icu beds dropped to critically low levels. A lockdown has been triggered for thirty three million people implementing the nation's toughest restrictions. The new mandates prohibit any mixing of households even for a walk outside retail businesses including pharmacies must cap capacity at twenty percent. They didn't have any toilet paper. Rouda of bottled waters amid the frenzy the by basics hair and nail salons are also forced to shutter again but at least seven county. Sheriffs say they won't enforce the new mandates the riverside county sheriff's department will not be blackmailed bullied or used as muscle against riverside county residents and now with more businesses closed in california according to record thirty four thousand factions in a single day leading authorities or lane mixed messages over the state's locked out when you have the challenge to the healthcare system. You've got to do something like that. I think we could be causing a lot. More harm by overly restrictive recommendations
California sheriff refuses to enforce stay-at-home orders
"Southern California say they will not actively enforce the new state home orders that took effect this morning. Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco went further lashing out at Governor Newsome in a videotaped message. These closures and stay at home orders are flat out ridiculous, Bianco said. The health metrics being used to justify the closures or faulty and he said they're taking a heavy toll on local businesses. The dictatorial attitude toward California residents while dining in luxury traveling, keeping his business open and sending his kids too in person. Private schools is very telling about his attitude toward California residents, his feelings about the virus and it is extremely hypocritical. Riverside, like many counties, has seen record numbers of new code cases in the past couple of weeks. Orange County Sheriff Don Barnes also said the health orders are quote a matter of personal responsibility and not law enforcement. And L. A county sheriff Alex being a waiver said his department will focus on education enforcement of possible super spreader events. Support for
Most of California to enter sweeping new virus lockdown
"Most of California is going under a sweeping new lockdown in an urgent attempt to slow the rapid rise of coronavirus cases across Southern California. I see you capacity has dropped below the state's new 15% threshold. Which now sense says into a new regional stay at home order the necessary Claire works at two of the largest hospitals in Riverside County, where she says they have been running out of room for patients. Sometimes they're waiting downstairs in the hallway on a gurney for days. The Southern California region is now at 12.5%, which means bars, breweries and wineries must close. Along with hair salons, barbershops and personal care services, restaurants and retailers will face modification.
Santa Ana winds to bring fire danger to Southern California
"Red flag warnings of extreme fire danger go into effect for a large swath of southern California with Santa Ana winds developing Santa Ana winds blow from the interior toward the coast that creates potentially critical fire conditions with the combination of vegetation withering low humidity and powerful gusts especially below mountain passes and canyons the Santa Anas will affect the region from Ventura county northwest of Los Angeles down to the Mexico border through the holiday and into the weekend cal fire captain Fernando Herrera tells KESQ crews are on twenty four hour call those guys are staying at a fire station they're sleeping there and they're ready to go the winds could also bring blackouts southern California Edison is considering shutting off electricity to more than seventy six thousand customers to avoid power lines sparking wildfires that has Linda Lincoln's in riverside county worried about her thanksgiving dinner hopefully we'll we'll go out and train I'm Ben Thomas
Deputies fire at armed suspect who shot at them in Eastvale, SE of Los Angeles
"East Fail with three kids inside has been shot by a Riverside County sheriff's deputy. The sheriff's Department says the man fired several shots of deputy Before he was shot and taken to the hospital around four this morning near a pack of court and Fuller Ranch road. The kids were removed from the home there, okay. Several guns were found inside. No deputies were injured. Ah, hiker who had
California Votes To Keep Criminal Justice Changes
"Was a good day for criminal justice reformers. In California statewide voters resoundingly defeated a ballot measure that would have rolled back some reforms. And voted to give people on parole the right to vote in the Bay Area. Six police Accountability measures enjoyed strong support, and San Francisco's former district attorney, George Gascon, appears to be winning in his challenge to the more conservative sitting Los Angeles D A. But voters did reject an attempt to end money bail. Here to sort out what All this means is cake politics correspondent Marissa Lagos. Marissa, You have been covering criminal justice reform efforts in California for over a decade now, were you surprised by these results? You know, I wasn't surprised Hera. But I do think that it is a huge win for the reform side of things. I mean, we've heard for years ever since some of these changes started coming through both legislatively and at the ballot box. A lot of pushback from law enforcement and other folks who saw them is going to far and I think that voters weighing in s O decisively on both proposition 20 rejecting some of these rollbacks of reforms and also on some of these police oversight measures really does show a shift an opinion. I spoke to Kate Chatfield, she's policy director at the Justice Collaborative, which is a national pro reform group. She knows that proposition. 20 wasn't even close. Even though law enforcement worked really hard to make the case to voters standing is all the usual cards in the deck. You know the Willie Horton playbook, crime is increasing the fear based mailers in the voter saw through them. And Kate, of course, is referring to that. 1988 Presidential Willie Horton ad The really helped Republicans win and I think that you know, while the No 1 20 side spend a lot more money than the outside, and I think some folks see that is, you know, money talks. I do think that Given how much we've heard talked about these issues that voters it seems like they knew what they were weighing in on and just didn't want, Teo turn the tide back the other direction. Yeah, you know, proposition 25 that was aimed at Indian cash. Bail was pretty suddenly defeated. What happened there? Yeah, This is a really interesting one. I mean, I think there's a couple things happening. One is that you didn't have the same coalition on the left really backing this reform. There's a schism with a lot of people kind of on the more progressive wing of The Democratic Party. The bail industry also spent a lot of money on this, and I think that the combination of them targeting folks in places like Riverside County and more conservative counties with some of the doubt that was cast by progressives probably was the reason they were able to build this coalition against prop 25. But it does feel like if you look at the kind of universe of all these that that is a bit of an outlier. It was a very complicated questions, so that may have been part of it. So do you think these results could actually encourage state lawmakers to go even further in the future? I do. Although I don't expect to see any dramatic huge reforms come out of the Legislature. I think we'll see what we've seen in years past, which is piecemeal attempts to kind of dismantle some of the harsher sentencing laws. I do think from the outside that we're going to see more pressure from advocacy groups to push the Legislature further. It's worth noting that just before the election The Sisters of Polly class who was one of the crime victims who has really helped spur the three strikes movement in California, came out to say that they want to see reforms and that they are unhappy with the way three strikes when the way their sister's name was used. So lawmakers may not go as far as voters, but they're going to get some pressure. Well, thanks
Los Angeles stores and businesses prepare for potential election-related unrest
"I 24 hour news from several businesses in the South Land have been battening down the hatches for just in case things get out of hand honor after Election Day workers have already boarded up storefronts along Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, has announced the street's going to be close to pedestrians and vehicles Tuesday and Wednesday. L. A Mayor Garcetti says the city is in expecting unrest, but he's preparing just in case Ofthis building management company, Douglas MN sent a message to its tenants, saying its security staff will be on high alert and ready to respond should any events arise. It's also warned it's ground floor tenants to protect their businesses and has provided them with contact information on companies who will come board up their businesses. Aimee King KO Phi News voting machines in Riverside County
Riverside County, SE Of Los Angeles, Back In State’s Most Restrictive Purple Tier
"Place on Earth Still isn't Disneyland and most other big theme parks in California will remain closed on the new state guidelines released today. Major theme parks will only be allowed to re open in the least restrictive or yellow fourth tier of the state's reopen the road map and even then, with only 25% capacity. The state is also putting Riverside County back into the purple tear of tight restrictions.
Snow Fire Evacuations Lifted; Fire Burning Near Los Angeles County's Lake Hughes Area Now 96% Contained
"By a truck fire on Thursday just outside outside Palm Palm Palm Springs Springs Springs has has has burned burned burned more more more than than than 6000 6000 6000 acres. acres. acres. The The The Riverside Riverside Riverside County County County Fire Fire Fire Department Department Department says says says the the the fire fire fire is is is 20% 20% 20% contained. contained. contained. CAL CAL CAL Fire Fire Fire says says says evacuation evacuation evacuation orders orders orders have have have been lifted in the town of Snow Creek northwest of Palm Springs. Firefighters say the fire may get into the windy point community just off highway. 1 11. The fire burning in Los Angeles County near the Lake Hughes area has ripped their more than 31,000 acres, and his 96% contained will be
Latest California Wildfire News Updates
"Here's the latest on fires burning in the West. The fire burning west of Palm Springs in Riverside County is now 15% contained. The fire has burned more than 6000 acres. Firefighters are battling a fire near Yucaipa that has charged more than 22,000 acres. The fire 65% contained A fire burning in Fresno, near Shaver Lake is 25% contained. The fire has burned more than 270,000 acres. So
Los Angeles wildfires rage as heat wave bakes West
"Wave in Southern California is making it difficult to control multiple wildfires burning in the area from member station KPCC in Los Angeles. Julia Paschen has more. It was the third day fire crews have had to endure more than 100 degree weather, while battling wildfires in Los Angeles and Riverside County's firefighters have had to take frequent breaks to stay hydrated while working in full protective gear. The extreme dry heat of this weather system can accelerate flames. But for the ranch to fire burning near like Hughes, thunderstorms are an added challenge. Smoke from the fire has created its own microclimate. A dense cloud was visible from across southern California Saturday, and that plume has all the ingredients in it for thunderstorms. That means crews must watch for fresh fire, sparking from lightning strikes and for spreading embers caused by erratic storm winds.